On Monday, acting Secretary of Education Carolyn Dumaresq presented the Governor’s Award for Excellence in Academics to three schools in Wilson School District: Cornwall Terrance Elementary School, Wilson High School and Shiloh Hills Elementary School. Based on the 2012-13 School Performance Profile, www.paschoolperformance.org, Cornwall Terrance Elementary School attained a score of 95.3 percent – the highest score in the district and tying for highest score among all 102 public schools in Berks County. Wilson High School followed with a 95.2 percent – second highest in the district and in the county. Shiloh Hills Elementary is the third highest in the district and in the county with a 94.8 percent. To see video of the awards ceremony, please click here.
Wilson Mini-THON Raises More Than $23,000
Wilson High School hosted its first Mini-THON, a fundraising & dance marathon,to raise money for The Four Diamonds Fund at Penn State Hershey Children'sHospital to help conquer childhood cancer. About 200 students spent the entire 12 hours on their feet dancing and playing games. Other students and community members joined for a few hours throughout the event. They certainly surpassed their original goal of $10,000, collecting a total of $23,528. Great Job!
- There will be no parking behind or on the pool side of the lower house
- Students will not be able to walk across the fields to and from school
- Students will have to take an alternate path to the Athletic Training Room
For the construction & traffic flow map, please CLICK HERE. You will notice on the plans that the driveway between the lower and upper house is barricaded. The map also indicates that traffic will turn around (blue arrow). This will not take place for a few months and according to the construction managers, it may not happen until the summer. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact any of the high school administrators at 610-670-0180 x1150.