Monday, August 18, 2014

Under Construction

Mercury Photo by John Strickler

The construction project at Pottsgrove High School will prevent normal parking and pick-up and drop-off procedures during the school year, Principal William Ziegler has announced.

There's another impact looming as a result of the construction and renovation project at Pottsgrove High School.

Principal William Ziegler has announced that School Lane, the road that links North Charlotte Street to the high school, will be closed for bus drop-off and pick-up during certain times on certain days.
Photo from Pottsgrove School Disrtict Web Site
It is not possible to drive around Pottsgrove High School 
during the construction project.

In the mornings, it will be closed from 7 to 7:35 a.m. Monday through Friday.

In the afternoons, it will be closed Wednesdays from 1:25 to 2 p.m., and on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, from 1:55 to 2:30 p.m.

Further, for those students who drive themselves to school, the south parking will be open from Kauffman Road only.

Students are still permitted to park in this lot and parking permits will be given out the first week of school.

Access around the building will be closed as well as the access through the football stadium-side of the building.

This is the entrance where parents are being asked to
drop-off and pick-up their students.
All parent pick-up and drop off is to take place at the high school's main entrance, the round lot adjacent to the district office.

Parents are asked to drop off their students and keep moving "to allow for other parents to get in."

For parent pick-up, the line will line up along the curb all the way past the district office entrance.

Also, be aware vehicles cannot make a left out of the front of that lot due to the closure of School Lane during dismissal.

Buses will be dropping off and picking up at the North Entrance of School along the 100 and Science corridor.

For more updates on the high school construction project, check out the page dedicated to it on the district web site.

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