Perkiomen Valley School District Annual Report 2017-18 Annual Report 2017-18 1 | Page 16

Perkiomen Valley School District 3 Iron Bridge Drive Collegeville, PA 19426 What Will You Learn Today? 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 Karthik Ganesh Chief Information Officer Jessica Lester Manager of School & Community Engagement Dana Boccella Supervisor of Special Education Scott Clemmer Director of Operations Erin Gibbons, Ed.D. Supervisor of Special Education Larry Glanski Athletic Director Janet Heacock Payroll & Benefits Supervisor Amy Hurd Director of Finance Tracey Sterling Supervisor of Special Education Beth Yaksich Director of Food Service Find us online at www.pvsd. org or follow us on Facebook, Twitter or YouTube (@PerkVal- leySchools). You can also take us wherever you go by download- ing our free app. Scan the QR code below with your tablet or smartphone to get the app right away. Grantors and Donors Offer Support for Schools The Perkiomen Valley School District is grateful for the support of the following organizations and individuals: • Schwenksville Home & School Association: $4,000 for tables for an outdoor classroom. • Mr. Shearba: $5,000 for an outdoor classroom amphitheater circle • 3M: $2,500 grant to purchase supplies for the Science Olympiad competition. • Terra Landscaping and Perkiomen Valley Baseball Association: $3,000 for sod for baseball infield. • Perkiomen Valley Middle School West Green Team: $3,221 to pur- chase utensils and trays for the cafeteria and $1,727 for a pergola to go in the school courtyard. • Middle School West Home & School Association: $1,386 for books and audiobooks for character education. • Skippack Home and School Association: $1,400 for a fence to be placed around the Learning Garden. • Pottstown Area Health and Wellness Foundation: $29,500 to maintain and extend the wellness program. • PV Golf Booster Club: $3,500 for golf shirts and hats. • PVSD Foundation: $34,607 for grants to teachers/staff members for the Hall of Fame event, digital art tools, a garden kit for life skills classes, furniture and other equipment for the Perkiomen Valley Mid- dle School West library renovation, and virtual reality technology at Evergreen Elementary School, plus $32,000 through EITC funds from Univest for STEM education. • CRES (Educational and Behavioral Health Provider and Foundation): $7,500 for equine therapy for students with disabilities. • PV Alumni Nick Steinman and Peter Dingley: Both artists donated their artwork for permanent display at Perkiomen Valley High School.