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Monthly Archive: October, 2018

Introducing KCBA Architects!

Today we would like to introduce our business partner KCBA Architects!
KCBA Architects have provided services for over 250 school projects in Pennsylvania ranging from modest building upgrades to the planning, design, and construction administration of complete new K-12 campuses. Recent clients include Tacony Academy Charter School,

NEWS: Executive Director Ana Myers featured in new PennLive article on the 2018 gubernatorial race

There are about 140,000 students who attend the state’s 185 charter schools, which are independent public schools overseen by the district where they are located or state in the case of cyber charters. And those numbers are growing, said Ana Meyers.

SCHOOL VISIT: Executive Director Ana Myers visits Gettysburg Montessori Charter School (GMCS)

This morning Ana visited Gettysburg Montessori Charter School (GMCS), a wonderful, well organized, warm school in Adams county. At GMCS, Montessori education blends with traditional elements to bridge the gap between public school and private school. Montessori emphasizes the development of the whole child: cognitive,

PCPCS NEWSLETTER: News From the Week of October 19-25

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Introducing Equinox!

Today we would like to introduce you to our business partner Equinox!
Equinox is the premier employee benefits consultant in eastern Pennsylvania. As a company built on integrity and client service, we recognize the importance to our clients of handling all issues promptly and professionally.

SCHOOL VISIT: Executive Director Ana Myers visits Young Scholars of Western Pennsylvania Charter School

Ana visited Young Scholars of Western Pennsylvania Charter School this week. YSWPCS focuses on two student constituencies: those whose native language is not American English, during their transition into the American educational system and culture, and those native speakers of American English who wish to engage a curriculum which fosters a global perspective and promotes appreciation and understanding of world regions,