Conshohocken Elementary School has been recognized by the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s Division of Federal Programs as a Title I Distinguished School for the 2016-2017 school year. From the Colonial District’s website:
“To have Conshohocken Elementary recognized as a Distinguished Title I School reinforces our philosophy that having a rigorous and engaging curriculum throughout the District makes our schools strong and gives all of our students the best education possible,” said Dr. MaryEllen Gorodetzer, Superintendent of Schools. “I’m proud of Conshohocken Elementary’s staff and students for their hard work leading to this accomplishment.”
The honor places Conshohocken Elementary among the top five percent of high achieving Title I schools based on aggregate math and reading PSSA scores from 2016. The school is one of 179 Title I schools in the Commonwealth to receive the honor.
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