The Colonial School District Board of Directors recognized the 2020-21 varsity baseball team, National Merit Scholarship Program achievers, and a student who won an excellence award in the International Baccalaureate Programme.
Fifth graders at Colonial Elementary had a chance to test drive the picnic tables in a new outdoor classroom funded through the Colonial School District Education Foundation.
Through operation of Traveling Treats, students are learning the art of entrepreneurship.
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Share your ideas for new classes for the winter/spring 2022 session.
Fire safety and prevention lessons were shared as part of Fire Prevention Week.
Colonial Middle School and Conshohocken Elementary School were recently awarded checks.
Many courses in high school offer students opportunities that can help them in the future. Find out more about dual enrollment in this video by PWHS senior Sunson Liu.
Families struggling this winter can request holiday food and children's gifts. Form due October 25.
Families explored computer science through puzzles and games in an online event hosted by CS is Elementary.
October is a month for raising awareness about fire safety in the home and the need for volunteer firefighters.
Discover how the tech school is "preparing today's students for tomorrow's careers" on Oct. 26-28, 6-8 p.m. Different programs highlighted each night.
Scratch made enchiladas with rice and black beans were introduced as part of National Hispanic Heritage Month.
With the fall season comes the school's annual Scarecrow Day, back after a year-long hiatus.
Kindergarteners practice counting and number sense at Math Stations during Math Workshop.
Student gets unique opportunity to compete nationally in the MLB's Pitch, Hit and Run Competition
If your clearances have expired or you are a new prospective volunteer, you can submit the required paperwork using our new digital form.
The students are among the nation's top scorers on the PSAT/NMSQT.
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The three-day training prepares the students to visit ninth grade Bonus Blocks to talk about bias, bullying, and online aggression.