Perkiomen Valley School District Annual Report 2016-17 Annual Report 2016-17 | Page 16

Perkiomen Valley School District 3 Iron Bridge Drive Collegeville, PA 19426 Learners Today, Leaders Tomorrow Putting Students at the Center of Learning Barbara Russell, Ed.D., Superintendent Laurie Smith, Assistant to the Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction Jim Weaver, Assistant to the Superintendent for Business Administration Brian Allebach, Director of Human Resources Kim Boyd, Ed.D., Director of Special Education Jessica Lester, Manager of School & Community Engagement Scott Clemmer, Director of Operations Rockwell Finley, Ph.D., Mental Health Coordinator Larry Glanski, Athletic Director Janet Heacock, Payroll & Benefits Supervisor Amy Hurd, Director of Finance Ann Marie Lucas, Supervisor of Special Education (Elementary) Tracey Sterling, Supervisor of Special Education (Secondary) Beth Yaksich, Director of Food Service Find us online at, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, or take us wherever you go by downloading our free app! Scan the QR code at right with your tablet or smartphone to get the app right away. Thank You to our Grantors • • • • • • CCRES (Educational and Behavioral Health Provider & Foundation): $4,500 for equine therapy for students with disabilities PVSD Foundation: $46,401 for grants to teachers/staff members for the MLK Day of Service event, registration fees for robotics club starts-ups, furniture and supplies for the high school’s Design Lab classroom, molecular models for the high school biology program, iPads for autistic support, whiteboard and stadium seat- ing for the renovation of the Perkiomen Valley Middle School East library, Yamaha Harmony Directors to support the secondary music program, and furniture for the support student-centered learning the high school computer lab. PDE Bureau of Special Ed Performance/PaTTAN (PA Technical Training Assistance Network: $10,000 for staff training in the School-wide Positive Behavior Inter- vention Supports (PBIS) program at Evergreen, Skippack, and South elementary schools Pottstown Area Health & Wellness: $35,000 to support the district’s Wellness Initiative Walmart: $2,500 to purchase supplies for a learning garden at Skippack Elemen- tary School. Donations in support of the Perkiomen Valley Middle School East Library Project: A total of $30,300 of donations made by Infinite Home Solutions, the East Home & School Association, the East Book Fair and Student Talent Show.