The children have a week to complete 50 kind acts.
The school celebrated the Great Kindness Challenge by doing good deeds for others and themselves.
Congratulations to the senior and sophomore for qualifying for the festival through a competitive audition in the fall.
Many classes are starting in February - get a jump on your registration!
Giant invites customers to round up when purchasing groceries so children can have access to healthy meals over the summer.
The hands-on science lesson is part of the Colonial School District's third grade "Stormy Skies" unit.
Students studying the birth of rocks learned from a real-time example following the volcanic eruption in the Pacific Ocean.
The CMS Student Council sold treats during lunches and raised $400+ for the NAACP.
PWHS senior Chloe Balcer performed on French horn. Sophomore Sophia Somers qualified on violin.
Performances are February 10, 11, and 12 at 7 p.m. and February 13 at 2 p.m. Each ticket is $15. Click here to order tickets.
Students and families joined together Jan. 17 to serve others and remember Dr. King's legacy through poetry, song and speech.
The event, organized by staff and students, brought in 50 units of blood in honor of a teacher's child, who is battling leukemia.
Congratulations to Julia Bertin, Molli Curtis, Ryan Goldstein, Andrew Craft, Fiona Gooneratne, Nathan Kiernan, and Damian Thompkins for placing at districts.
Is your child going to be age 5 by September 15? Then it's time to start thinking about kindergarten registration!
There's still time to register for classes beginning in February, March and April!
The campaign brought in $10,000+ for Colonial schools. Thank you to everyone who donated!
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Are you a registered nurse? Colonial is in temporary need of nurses, preferably Monday through Friday, to help our school nurses during this latest wave of COVID.
With gym construction and a pandemic delaying the celebration, the team was finally able to honor the school's all-time leading scorer.
This winter, the high school's Spanish, French, and Latin clubs collected cans for Philabundance.