Parents/guardians of Colonial School District students in grades 3-5: Learn how to equip your children with the mindset and skills they need to thrive in a highly competitive world.
Conshohocken Elementary School
Read Across America is coming near,
But please don't fear...
Just click on the title to see inside,
And take a look at the activity guide!
There's lots of fun to be had.
The entire week should be really rad!
An activity each day,
We will celebrate Dr. Seuss in every way!
Registration now open for PWHS Boys' Basketball Camp
Need help with homework? Or a quiet place to get it finished? There's Homework Help at the Conshohocken Free Library on Thursdays starting at 3:45 pm and it runs 45 minutes long. Stop on in and get some help.
Join the PW Cancer Awareness Club for its third annual Concert for a Cause: Friday, March 1, 6:30-9 p.m. in the PWHS Cafeteria
Learn about when and how kids are introduced to drugs and alcohol and what to do if you're concerned that your child may be experimenting. Tuesday, February 26, 6:30 p.m. at Colonial Elementary. Click here to register.
With your gift of $5 or more, any teacher or staff member will receive a personalized certificate that recognizes that "It takes a big heart to shape young minds." Proceeds go to the Colonial School District Education Foundation's Teacher Grant program.
You and your student can easily access DreamBox Learning from any computer, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by visiting the Colonial School District webpage.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 7:30 p.m. and Saturday 1 p.m. in the PWHS Auditorium. Click here to order tickets online.
Each class has chosen a famous African American to highlight in a school-wide art project for Black History Month.
Whitemarsh Elementary students are creating a piece of art for a nonprofit organization that is named for one of their peers and that raises money for researching Congenital Heart Disease.
Eight Colonial Middle School string students recently participated in the 45th Annual Schuylkill Valley Area Orchestra at Valley Forge Middle School.
PWHS Junior Shane O'Shea's love of the outdoors and passion for writing came together in a story that won first place.