Stakeholders Meeting/ ESSER III Plan Review/ Non-public Schools Federal Program Participation Meeting
There will be a Stakeholders Meeting/ ESSER III Plan Review/ Non-public Schools Federal Program Participation Meeting held at 5:00 PM on Monday, March 13th, in room 112 at Potomac School. The agenda will include a Stakeholders Meeting for anyone residing within the Potomac School who is interested in a discussion of the federal program ESSER III, the Potomac School District’s Safety Plan, the current Potomac School District Strategic Plan, the Return-to-School Plan, and Federal Program Offerings for 2023-24. If you are interested in attending this meeting via WeBex, please email John Rouse at firstname.lastname@example.org prior to March 10th.
Fort Missoula History Day Competition
Congratulations to all the 6th-8th graders who participated in the Fort Missoula History Day competition. They did an amazing job and represented their school and community well. There were 112 students present and over 60 total entries from exhibits, documentaries, performances, websites, and papers.
Potomac had two Group Exhibits place. Elisa and Claire 4th Place for their project Corp of Discovery and Oliver and David 3rd place for their project The Nuremberg Trials: Holding Criminals Accountable.
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