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Collegium Newsletter March 4, 2019

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CCS Family Calendar

Mon., Mar. 4th - Day 4

  • 2nd Grade: Philadoptables Fundraiser Begins (Ends Friday, March 15th) @ 468/486 and 150 Buildings

Tue., Mar. 5th - Day 5

  • Grades 7-8: Penny Wars Begin (Sponsored by the National Junior Honor Society) (Ends Friday, March 15th) @ 515 Building
  • Grades 9-12: Detention 3:00pm - 4:30pm @ 535 Building
  • 150 Building: Little Artists Club (Session 3) | Room 827 4:00pm - 5:00pm
  • 486 Building: Junior Artists Club (Session 3) | Room 515 4:00pm - 5:00pm

Wed., Mar. 6th - Day 6

  • Grades K-6: End of 2nd Trimester
  • 150 Building: Junior Artists Club (Session 3) | Room 908 4:00pm - 5:00pm
  • 468/486 Building: Grades K-1 Lego STEM/Coding Club (3rd Session) | 486 Building Art Room (#515) 4:00pm - 5:00pm
  • 500 Building: Advancing Artists Club (Session 3) | Room 228 4:00pm - 5:00pm
  • Grades 5-6: STEM Design Challenge Teams | Library and Room 202 4:30pm - 6:00pm @ 500 Building
  • HSA Meeting | Cafeteria 4:30pm @ 535 Building

Thu., Mar. 7th - Day 1

  • Grades 9-12: Detention 3:00pm - 4:30pm @ 535 Building
  • Grades 8-11: 2019-2020 Course Scheduling Help Night | Cafeteria 3:30pm - 6:00pm @ 535 Building
  • 150 Building: Student Council Meeting | Room 902 3:45pm - 4:45pm
  • High School Open House for New HS Students and Current 8th Grade Students | Gym 6:00pm - 8:00pm @ 535 Building
  • Grades 6-7: Young Men And Women In Charge Foundation STEM and Leadership Workshops | Rooms 206 and 207 6:15pm - 7:45pm @ 500 Building

Fri., Mar. 8th - Day 2

  • Early Dismissal for Students (Parent Communication/Conferences for Faculty/Staff - PM)
  • Grades 7-12: Cougar Pride Day - Wear Your Cougar Gear With Uniform Bottoms or Jeans

CCS To Reallocate Resources To Better Meet MS/HS Needs

One distinctive CCS quality is its ability to quickly and efficiently make necessary changes. That’s definitely the case with an important vote the Board of Trustees made during its February 21st Public Meeting. Specifically, beginning with the 2019-2020 school year, our Middle School students will move to the 535 Building, and our High School students will be located in the 515 Building.

“The CCS Board’s decision is a forward-thinking plan that addresses the needs of our growing High School population. Our students and staff will work tirelessly to transform the 515 space into a vibrant and welcoming educational environment that is appropriate for our High School students.” -Dr. O'Brien, CCS High School Principal
Mr. Sterious and Dr. O'Brien in the 535 Gymnasium.

There are many reasons why this change will benefit our Middle School and High School students. Here are just a few:

  • High School enrollment is projected to increase by 28% for the 2019-2020 school year. It makes sense to move the High School students to the 515 Building, which is currently being expanded to include 14 more full-size classrooms and four additional support rooms. The 515 Building will also be the future site of Collegium’s state-of-the-art Performing Arts Center.
  • The 535 Building’s square footage is more than adequate for the projected growth of our 7th and 8th Grade programs.
  • Moving the Middle School to the 535 Building will allow 7th and 8th Grade students to stay in their own building for STEAM, Art, and Music classes that they currently attend in our 500 Building.
  • The 500 Building will reclaim space for our 5th and 6th Graders and the future growth of their programs because it will no longer be sharing space with other grade levels.
  • Preparations for the Middle School and High School buildings will help us better designate space for labs and other curriculum-specific areas. For example, the new STEAM, Art, and Music classrooms in the High School (515 Building) will be modernized to address the 9th-12th Grade’s more rigorous standards.
  • Both the 515 and 535 Buildings will continue to have dedicated gymnasium and cafeteria spaces for their students.
Current construction progress in the former 515 Auditorium space.
“We recognize that change is the only constant in life. This particular change will significantly enhance our Middle School learning environment. The added resources and programming will allow us to further shape and develop the CCS Middle School community. Our 2019-2020 school year is definitely the first page of a new chapter for our students, teachers, and families; I could not be more excited." -Mr. Sterious, CCS Middle School Principal

The CCS Board of Trustees continually monitors trends and developments in enrollment, academic standards, teaching strategy improvements, our community’s future worker needs, and many other areas that are critical to CCS’s growth and effectiveness. Reallocating our Middle School and High School buildings is a long-term solution that will accommodate projected 7th-12th Grade growth through the 2025-2026 school year.

Watch for additional information and construction updates in future Newsletters. As always, we are very grateful for your support!

BSU Presents: Black History Month Assembly

In recognition of Black History Month, the CCS Black Student Union (BSU) hosted an amazing assembly last week for CCS High School students. The assembly kicked off with energized performances by the High School Chamber Choir and Jazz Band, followed by spoken word poetry shared by BSU members.

The assembly’s keynote presenter was Dr. Gilliams Holman, a dynamic and knowledgeable speaker (and dedicated Collegium parent) who fully engaged the audience as she shared insights into African American Studies and the impact African Americans have made on our country.

CCS Parent, Dr. Gilliams Holman

After the assembly, Dr. Gilliams Holman shared how gratifying it was to be at CCS and interact with our High School students. “I thoroughly enjoyed sharing my passion for and knowledge of African American culture and literature at the CCS High School Black History Month Assembly, and continue to feel the uplifting and affirming effects of having been able to impart my knowledge of the narratives of notable and ignored Harlem Renaissance figures. A large part of the satisfaction I experienced stems from the enriching bonding I felt within the vibrant community of teachers, staff, and students who assembled with the same goal of celebrating, understanding, and reflecting on the history and achievements of African Americans.”

The BSU’s Black History Month assembly closed with as much energy as it started. Brooklyn G., BSU’s President, said a few words, and then introduced a new BSU tradition, “swag surfin.” Brooklyn had everyone stand up, link arms, and do the dance popularized in 2009 with the release of the hip hop track, “Swag Surfin” by F.L.Y. The dance and track have become a huge cultural unifier across the country. It’s the dance students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) can be seen doing at pep rallies, graduations, and more.

President of the Black Student Union, Brooklyn G.
“I felt humbled, energized, challenged, and supported by the experience of lecturing and interacting directly with the students. The icing on the cake was the deliberateness among everyone in attendance of linking arms, swaying to the beat of the music, and commemorating the distinctiveness of a #melanated culture/people that derive inspiration, strength, and insight from collaborative endeavors rooted in compassion and educational fortitude.” -Dr. Gilliams Holman

Brooklyn summed up the BSU’s Black History Month assembly with these words: “This was an amazing experience. I’m excited to be a part of such a monumental milestone at Collegium. This is the first time we’ve had a Black History Month celebration, and it was nice to see the whole school involved in our assembly.”

What a way to end Black History Month! Our thanks to the BSU for bringing this insightful and fun assembly to CCS. Here’s to many more BSU events in the future!

2019 Kindergarten Science Fair Success

All students and families who contributed to this year’s CCS Kindergarten Science Fair had a wonderful experience. Their projects ranged from explorations of slime and rockets to experiments in ocean water. Each student presented their project to the judges with confidence and enthusiasm.

According to CCS Kindergarten teacher Ms. Megan Yanoviak, also our Kindergarten Science Fair Coordinator, “The Science Fair is a great way for children to explore science topics that encourage high-level thinking skills and problem-solving. When children perform science experiments, they learn about the science and methods behind topics they’re interested in. The whole experience gives students opportunities to excel academically in school.”

At the Awards Ceremony after the Kindergarten Science Fair, the students all commented about the fun they had. Each participant was given a certificate and medal and encouraged to participate in the Science Fair next year.

“I am so happy that the rockets could fly for my experiment. I had fun getting a medal and meeting someone from the science fair. I think I could do this again and test more rockets next year. Learning about science is important because I can learn more and be a real scientist.” -Jordan S., Kindergarten Student

“Science projects are fun for students and can open doors for higher education scholarships for older students,” said Ms. Yanoviak. “As an educator, it’s amazing to watch how much kids learn and grow based on topics of interest."

Thank you, students, for participating in the 2019 Kindergarten Science Fair! Our thanks also to the parents, guardians, and families who supported their children in this activity.

Please join us for next year's Science Fair. You can contact Ms. Yanoviak or Mrs. High (who coordinates the Grades 1-12 STEM/Science Fair) with questions and ideas. Above all, keep exploring science!

5th Graders Perform With PMEA District 12 Chorus

On Thursday, February 14th, three CCS 5th Graders—Hailey C., Emma P., and Rosalinda S.—attended the PMEA (Pennsylvania Music Educators Association) District 12 Chorus Fest held at Downingtown East High School. At the Fest, young musicians from over 40 local schools combined to create a chorus of more than 130 students.

Hailey, Emma, and Rosalinda first auditioned with Ms. Jacqui Urbas, our CCS Elementary Music Teacher who helped to coordinate the students’ participation in the event. Once selected, the singers spent weeks preparing the seven challenging pieces of music to be sung at the District 12 Chorus Fest. They had one full day of practice with the whole Chorus leading up to their evening performance, which was spectacular! Under the direction of Dr. Elizabeth Parker from Temple University, the vocal ensemble created a night of wonderful music together.

Congratulations Hailey, Emma, and Rosalinda on your hard work and dedication! Your talent and heart have already brought so much enjoyment to others.

2nd Graders And Philadoptables: Learning To Help Others

Do you love helping animals? CCS’s 2nd Grade students do, too! All 2nd Grade classes will collect pet items for “Philadoptables” between Monday, March 4th and Friday, March 15th. Philadoptables is a local non-profit organization that provides assistance for foster and shelter animals and helps to save their lives.

The Philadoptables collection is part of a 2nd Grade Unit where students are learning how to be active community members. What better way to learn about participating in the community than by giving back to animals in need?

Your donations can be for cats or dogs, from adults through kittens and puppies. Ideas include:

  • Canned and dry food (unopened)
  • Toys
  • Treats
  • Pet store gift cards
  • Gently used leashes, collars, food, bowls, etc.

Your child can drop your family’s donation into a box located at the front of any 150 or 468 Building 2nd Grade classroom between Monday, March 4th and Friday, March 15th. If you don’t have children in either of these buildings but would like to donate, please send your items to CCS in a bag marked “Philadoptables, 150 Building.” Thank you for your support!

Questions? Email Mrs. Guarente.

CCST Presents: Les Misérables School Edition

Tickets On Sale Now!

Tickets for Collegium Center Stage Theatre's (CCST) 2019 spring musical, Les Misérables School Edition*, are on sale now!

Performances will take place in Collegium’s 535 Gymnasium between Thursday, March 14th and Saturday, March 16th. Tickets are $12.00 each.

We encourage you to purchase your tickets ahead of time, since this incredibly popular show will likely sell out. Visit the website below to purchase your tickets.

Questions? Email Ms. Stell.

*Please note that this show is rated "PG-13" by Music Theatre International and contains adult themes. It is not recommended for younger audiences.

2019-2020 Elementary Student Placement Requests

Elementary students whose parents/guardians have requests regarding their child’s 2019-2020 school year placement should send an email to the Administrative Assistant to the Principal in their child's current building by Friday, March 29th.

The email should share your child's strengths and areas for improvement, along with ideas about the teaching styles and learning environments that work best for your child.

This is also the time to let Collegium know things like whether you would like siblings to be in the same building, or that it would be convenient for all children on your block to be in one building since they carpool together. Requests for specific teachers will not be honored, and requests received after Friday, March 29th will not be considered.

Questions? Please use the appropriate link below.

Spring PSSA Testing

The Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSA) for Grades 3-8 begins Wednesday, April 24th and will follow the schedule outlined below. It is important that students are well-rested, eat a healthy breakfast, and arrive to school on time for their assessments.

English/Language Arts

Wed., April 24th to Fri., April 26th

  • Grades 3-6: 8:40am-10:40am
  • Grades 7-8: 7:48am-10:47am

Math

Mon., April 29th to Tues., April 30th for Grades 3, 4, 7, and 8

Tues., April 30th to Wed., May 1st for Grades 5 and 6

  • Grades 3-6: 8:40am-10:40am
  • Grades 7-8: 7:48am-10:47am

Science

Wed., May 1st and Thurs., May 2nd

  • Grade 4: 8:40am-10:40am
  • Grade 8: 7:48am-10:47am

Please take a moment to also review the PSSA parent/guardian information linked below outlining frequently asked questions, the policy related to electronic devices, the policy concerning calculator use on the assessment, and the PSSA Student Code of Conduct.

Email Mrs. Jenni Burton with questions about 3rd and 4th Graders taking the PSSAs.

Email Mrs. Amber Ammon with questions about 5th-8th Graders taking the PSSAs.

From Our MS/HS Counseling Departments

1. High School Course Selection Window Now Open

Between the dates of Monday, March 4th and Friday, March 15th, parents/guardians of rising 9th through 12th Grade students (this year’s 8th, 9th, 10th, and 11th Grade students) will be able to review core course recommendations made by teachers and make online course selections for the 2019-2020 school year. Students and their parents/guardians will be using the PowerSchool Student and Parent Portal (linked below) to make course selections for the 2019-2020 school year. Both core and elective course selections must be made. For more detailed course information, families can reference the 2019-2020 High School Course Descriptions (linked below) when making these selections.

Please note: The course selection process cannot be completed through the PowerSchool smartphone application. Directions for creating a PowerSchool Parent account are linked below. Students can obtain their PowerSchool account access credentials by contacting the Counseling Department. Please review the links below to complete this process.

If you need help with your course selections, complete the Scheduling Help Form below, and a member of the Counseling Department will contact you.

2. Middle School 2019-2020 Elective Course Options

In the next few weeks, CCS Middle School students will choose elective course options for the 2019-2020 school year. Course description information sheets were sent home with each Middle School student and are also available via the links below. Please look over the course descriptions and have a conversation with your children about their interests for the upcoming school year.

Counselors will make every effort to accommodate student course requests; however, requests made during the course selection window will not guarantee placement. If you have questions, please email your child’s Middle School Counselor.

3. March High School Counseling Department Events

  • High School Open House for New HS Students and Current 8th Grade Students | Thursday, March 7th | 6:00pm - 8:00pm | 535 Building Gym | Optional scheduling assistance will be available during this event.
  • Course Scheduling Help Night | Thursday, March 7th from 3:30pm-6:00pm and Thursday, March 14th from 3:30pm-7:00pm | 535 Building Cafeteria (3/7) and 535 Building Library (3/14) | School counselors, teachers, and principals will be available to speak with families of Collegium's current 8th through 11th Grade students about 2019-2020 course offerings and to provide scheduling assistance. Attending this event is optional as schedule requests can be completed from home.

Questions? Email the High School Counseling Office.

Need Help with scheduling? Submit a Scheduling Help Form!

4. Dual Enrollment Interest Event

The CCS High School Counseling Department will host a Dual Enrollment Night on Thursday, March 14, 2019 between 6:00pm and 8:00pm in the 535 Building.

Dual Enrollment Representatives will be on site beginning at 6:00pm to discuss course opportunities at Immaculata University and Delaware County Community College. Dual Enrollment programs allow students to take college courses for credit while in High School. This event is open to all High School students and their families.

If you're interested in attending this event, please RSVP using the Google Form linked below.

CCS Athletics Video Update

Monday, March 4, 2019

Watch this video to see our Director of Athletics and Extracurricular Activities, John Allen, share information about new faces in his department, recent CCS team victories, and requirements for spring sports participation.

Free And Reduced Price School Meals: Families Can Still Apply

Did you know that you can apply for free or reduced price meals and free milk for your children at any time during the school year? These benefits are available to qualifying CCS families through federal programs like the National School Lunch Program and the School Breakfast Program.

Please don’t hesitate to apply now, especially if your family's financial situation has changed. You can apply online using the SchoolCafe.com link below. (Be sure to enter "COLLEGIUM" as the School District.) You can complete a paper Application if you’re not comfortable with computers. English and Spanish versions of the paper form are accessible at the links below.

If you have questions or need help completing your family's Application, email our Food Service Assistant, Mrs. Francine McGrath.

Education Explained: Genius Hour and Passion-Based Learning

Each week, CCS employees highlight common terms and philosophies in education and explain how they impact teaching and learning at Collegium. This week's contribution comes from our High School Librarian and “Resident Genius,” Katy Ferry.

What would you do if your employer gave you 20% of your week to work on whatever you wanted? Would you create, invent, fix, innovate, or study? This freedom and individuality is behind the “Genius Hour,” a practice that originated in the corporate world. The idea is that by allowing workers to devote time to things that interest them, their productivity will increase.

When students are given time to explore topics that interest them in the classroom, research shows that their overall productivity, educational buy-in, grades, and academic success climb. This “passion-based learning” is student-driven and changes the role of the teacher from a “sage on the stage” to a “guide on the side.”

During Genius Hour work, teachers help students stay on task, but don’t provide step-by-step instruction. The framework of a Genius Hour Project consists of the following:

  • Teachers set aside a specific time for students to work on their Genius Hour Projects.
  • Students are then encouraged to brainstorm and research what they want to accomplish, design, invent, create, or innovate.
  • Next, students prepare an action plan with a “driving question” that describes the purpose of their work and the question they want to answer. The driving question should be based on student research and not easily answered.
  • Now comes the students’ work on their Genius Hour Projects. It’s important that they track their progress by conferencing with the teacher, journaling about the process, and recording their ideas and observations.
  • In the final phase of Genius Hour Projects, students show their work and the answers to their questions using something they’ve developed, like a video, presentation, invention, a paper they've written, or another creation.

The Genius Hour Project is a great way to introduce passion-based learning to students. Although they're given a lot of freedom and are encouraged to be creative while working on their projects, the process is well organized and the projects require research and accountability. The end result is a student creation that communicates what they’ve learned.

Passion-based, student-driven learning sparks innovation and promotes a love of learning! To learn more, view the video and read the article linked below.

Collegium Employee Spotlight: Mallory Goggins

This Newsletter section highlights one Collegium employee each week, and allows families and students to get to know them better. Now, when you see featured employees on campus, you can greet them by name and strike up conversations! Watch this video to learn more about Mallory Goggins, 468/486 Building Assistant Principal.

468/486 Building Heritage Celebration Is Almost Here

Hello, 468/486 Families!

The 468/486 Building is holding its Heritage Celebration on Wednesday evening, March 20th, from 6:00pm to 7:30pm. We are super excited to have many families already signed up to represent the countries below through food, music, flags, clothes, dances, and much more:

  • Mexico
  • India
  • Germany
  • China
  • Philippines
  • Lebanon
  • Liberia
  • Serbia
  • Puerto Rico
  • Poland

If you haven’t already signed up, there’s still time! You can either join a family already representing one of the countries above, or sign up to share information about a country not yet listed.

To tell us about your interest, please either:

  • Print and complete the form linked below, then send it to school with your child, or
  • Complete and submit the digital Google Form below, or
  • Email or call Mrs. Vini Inaganti (610-903-1300 Ext. 7531) and provide the details requested in the form.

This is going to be a fun event that will encourage celebration of the diversity among 468/486 Building’s children and families. We look forward to seeing you there!

Elementary Career Days Coming This Spring

486 Building Career Day

On Friday, March 29th, the 486 Building will host its 2nd Annual Career Day for Grades 2 through 4. We are looking for volunteers to come and speak with our students about their careers. The event will begin at about 8:30am and run through 11:30am.

Career Day is an excellent opportunity for students to think about what their futures could look like. At this stage in their career development, it's important for students to be aware of the variety of career fields and opportunities available to them.

The 486 Building is excited for the 2nd Annual Career Day to be a great event! With help from parents, teachers, and members of the community, students will be even more prepared for their futures.

Would you like to participate? Do you want to share your career or area of expertise? Please complete and submit the 486 Building Career Day Sign-Up Form below.

Questions? We encourage you to email Mrs. Yack or Ms. Warfield for further assistance.

150 Building Career Day

Career Day is rapidly approaching for the CCS 150 Building, and we need YOUR experiences! We're looking for a variety of people interested in spending a morning talking about their careers with our students. Whether you're a nurse, mechanic, astronaut, custodian, or business owner—our students want to hear from you!

Many students are unaware of the different career opportunities available to them. Career Day is a fantastic way to provide students with first-hand knowledge of potential career paths. The event will also help you to get involved with CCS and make an impact on our students’ future. If you're interested, please use the link below to sign up for the 150 Building's Friday, March 22nd Career Day.

Questions? Email Mr. Dower, 150 Building K-1 School Counselor.

CCS HSA Events & Updates

Serving in a capacity similar to a Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) or Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO), our Home & School Association (HSA) owes its success to the efforts of our many parent, teacher, and staff volunteers! Proceeds from HSA fundraisers and activities help fund CCS education and operations.

Spring Box Tops For Education Contest

Our Spring Box Tops Contest is going on now! Keep sending those Box Tops to school with your children. They love participating in the contest to see which class collects the most. The last day for Box Top collection is Monday, March 18th.

Teacher Appreciation Week

Teacher Appreciation Week, Monday, May 6th through Friday, May 10th, is a great opportunity for CCS families to come together in a show of support for our school’s hardworking teachers and staff. The HSA organizes the week’s activities and will reach out soon for volunteers and donation sign-ups.

School Store Volunteers Needed!

Volunteers are needed to open the School Stores in our 150, 468, 486, and 500 Buildings before school and during lunch. The School Stores are a real treat for CCS’s students, and volunteering is very rewarding! Please sign up for a few hours (or more!) using the SignUpGenius link below. We appreciate your support! Note that clearances are required for School Store volunteers.

Volunteering for the Uniform Resale Shop

Volunteers are needed to spend some time each week organizing our Uniform Resale Shop. The Resale Shop is a great fundraiser for CCS and is also a valuable resource for our families. Volunteers help keep donations organized and available for sale. Please use the SignUpGenius link below to donate time to the Resale Shop! Thank you.

Uniform Resale Shop Spring Open House

We’re excited to announce that the Uniform Resale Shop will have an Open House on Sunday, March 17th, from 9:00am to 12:00pm. The Resale Shop is located in our 500 Building and sells gently used uniforms donated by CCS families.

Purchases can be made by cash or check, only. Please email Anna McFadden, our HSA President, to volunteer your help at the Uniform Resale Shop's Spring Open House. Thank you!

Our Next Monthly Meeting

The HSA will hold its next monthly meeting on Wednesday, March 6th at 4:30pm in the 535 Building Cafeteria. (Note that building access is only available until 4:45pm.) When entering the 535 Building, please use the “main entrance” at the rear of the building (the parking lot side).

West Whiteland Police Department Tip Resources

Collegium is committed to maintaining a strong and trusting partnership with the West Whiteland Police Department (WWPD). Together, we encourage all Collegium students, staff, and parents/guardians to contact the WWPD with any information they feel should be investigated.

The WWPD has a dedicated email address and phone number for the public to use to provide information quickly and directly to them.

The email address and phone line above are monitored by the WWPD Criminal Investigation Unit. We encourage anyone with information about suspected criminal activity to contact the WWPD using the email address, or by leaving a voicemail message on the WWPD Tip Line. Everyone utilizing the phone number or email address can remain anonymous, if they wish.

If your concerns are specific to the Collegium campus, we ask that you also contact your Building Principal(s):

Community Opportunities

In this section, Collegium passes along information on local events and activities our families may want to explore. We will not include information about activities that compete with Collegium programs, non-Collegium fundraisers, or information from for-profit companies.

1. Girls Exploring Tomorrow's Technology Event

Girls Exploring Tomorrow’s Technology (GETT) is an annual spring event where girls in Grades 5-10 and their parents learn about career opportunities across Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) related industries. The event is scheduled from 12:00pm to 5:00pm on Saturday, March 23rd at Phoenixville Area Middle School. It will be filled with exciting, enlightening, and experiential activities led by successful women in STEM fields. GETT is free for students, and $10.00 for parents/guardians who would like to attend. To register for the event, click the link below.

2. Philadelphia Area Team Tennis Association

The Philadelphia Area Team Tennis Association, a non-profit organization that provides youth tennis programming in our area, will hold spring programs on Saturdays (in Downingtown and West Chester) and Sundays (in Exton) beginning with the weekend of April 27th-28th. The program runs for 7 weeks, costs $87.00, and is open to all children aged 5-14. Players will receive a t-shirt, instruction, an award, and be able to play and practice what they learn. For more details, access the link below.

Important Collegium Telephone Numbers

Collegium's Main Number

610-903-1300

Building Main Office Extensions

  • 150 Building: Ext. 6811
  • 435 Building: Ext. 6002
  • 468 Building: Ext. 6401
  • 486 Building: Ext. 6501
  • 500 Building: Ext. 6106
  • 515 Building: Ext. 6336
  • 535 Building: Ext. 6602

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