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YW Junior Reporters

YW Junior Reporters

Thursday, September 24, 2020

YW Junior Reporters Program Pause. Breathe. Achieve. This summer YWCA’s YEP Department worked with junior reporters in the Pottstown School District. We learned from Jason Reynold’s Write. Right. Rite. series & wanted to share some highlights from our everyday Summertime. Check out the newsletter below!

You GROW Summer Camp!

Wednesday, August 26, 2020

YWCA Tri-County Area’s (YW3CA) Youth Empowerment Program (YEP) team is busy facilitating You GROW Summer Camp for Hill School students this week. Every morning from 9 am -12 pm, a group of about 20 students gets to experience fun activities while learning and growing with our YEP team at the Pottstown Integrated Wellness Complex. Each… Continue Reading You GROW Summer Camp!

Anti-Bias Education

Tuesday, August 25, 2020

Many have said that we need to have a conversation about racism and inequality. We agree that it is always important to have deep and constructive conversations and discussions about race and racism, and then we must turn our talk into action. Dedicated to providing equitable early education to support the needs of our children… Continue Reading Anti-Bias Education

Early Education Open Enrollment

Wednesday, August 19, 2020

YWCA Tri-County Area Opens Enrollment for all Pre-K Programs!  Enrollment is open for YWCA Tri-County Area’s pre-kindergarten programs for children ages 6 months and older at its Early Education Center, 315 King St. Experienced early childhood education staff provide age-appropriate academic instruction, social and emotional enhancement, nutrition and fitness education, music education, and developmental assessment.… Continue Reading Early Education Open Enrollment

Unhooded and Exposed: Revealing Racism in America

Wednesday, August 19, 2020

It’s shameful that the novel coronavirus 2019 pandemic should be model for human behavior. That is, COVID-19 does not discriminate. But among death, severe disease, and toilet paper depletion, xenophobia and racism too have found their way into how the disease will be remembered. It would seem that such a formidable opponent would provide opportunity… Continue Reading Unhooded and Exposed: Revealing Racism in America