PW Parent-Teacher conferences will held March 2nd, 12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. & March 4th, 3:45 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Click here for our Conference Scheduling Website.
Please complete a preference form by end day on March 2. Your responses are not a commitment to a particular instructional model but will help in our decision-making process. Click here to go to the form.
With trainer Kenny Williams from REDS Camp. Online Sunday, February 28, 11-11:30 a.m. Click here for the link to the workout and a link to donate.
PWHS will begin in-person learning for hybrid students on alternating Fridays starting March 5th. For a summary of the changes click here.
For updated information on the PWHS Yearbook distribution, Underclassmen pictures, Senior Ads (Baby Pictures), yearbook preorder information and senior portraits (current Juniors), click this announcement.
Equipment to Assist Students in Developing Athletic Skills
The William Jeanes Library Formal Wear Giveaway is open to any middle school or high school student from March 11 to March 14. Registration and masks are required.
Donate $5 or more to honor a Colonial staff member and support the Colonial School District Education Foundation Teacher Grant program.
Colonial nurses are finding new ways to complete the state-mandated health screenings, including height, weight and vision for all students.
Check out the schedule for upcoming games covered by Colonial Instructional Television!
The Tall Storyteller performed stories crafted from African heritage and woven with themes including cultural diversity, healing, conflict resolution, and humor.
Third graders delivered handmade cards and a birthday crown to Nancy Sievert and then sang "Happy Birthday" to their friend, who once worked at the school.
Colonial students share how they "find themselves" in the pages of a book to reflect the 2021 RAA theme, "celebrating a nation of diverse readers."
The 100th day of school provides an opportunity for classroom celebrations and to reinforce what the students are learning.
Dean Suchsland and Alexander Szperka were honored at the Feb. 18, 2021 School Board meeting for their achievement.
The King's Den provides free daily wear, as well as clothes for special events and interviews, to Central Montco Technical High School students.
Members of the PWHS Future Business Leaders of America club took first place in Montgomery County competition to qualify.