PCPCS News

Monthly Archive: March, 2019

PCPCS PRESENTS: Profiles in Leadership: Wayne Jones

Don’t miss the latest edition of PCPCS Presents: Profiles in Leadership featuring Wayne Jones, CEO of Penn Hills Charter School of Entrepreneurship
Wayne is a member of the PCPCS Advisory Council and was recently named named a New Pittsburgh Courier Men of Excellence Class of 2019 Awardee.

WEBINAR: AP 2019 CHANGES: What it Means for You and Your School

PCPCS and the College Board will be hosting a webinar on May 6, 2019 entitled AP 2019 Changes: What It Means For You and Your School. This event is open to all charter schools free of charge.
Starting in 2019-20, the AP program from the College Board is undergoing important changes that will impact all high schools.

PCPCS NEWSLETTER: News From the Week of March 8-14

Click here to read the latest news from the Pennsylvania Coalition of Public Charter Schools.

REGISTER NOW! ACT 55 Board Training

REGISTER NOW!

Beginning in the 2018-2019 school year, school board directors and charter school trustees are required to complete training programs pursuant to Act 55 of 2017. School board directors or charter school trustees appointed as of July 1, 2018 will be required to complete the initial four-hour training program required under Act 55 during their first year in office.

SAVE THE DATE!: PCPCS Announces the 2019 Annual Charter School Conference!

The Pennsylvania Coalition of Public Charter Schools invites charter school leaders, board members, new school developers, educators, support staff, and advocates to our second annual conference focused on educating, inspiring, and connecting the charter movement in Pennsylvania on October 9-11, 2019 in Harrisburg,

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: 2019 PCPCS Annual Conference

The Pennsylvania Coalition of Public Charter Schools (PCPCS) is now accepting presentation proposalsfor the 2019 PCPCS Annual Conference. PCPCS is looking for engaging presenters and compelling presentations to ensure a comprehensive slate of program offerings. Proposals should address trends and topics reflective of challenges,