• Morning Drop-off Procedures - We are having some problems with our morning drop-off procedures. I am asking everyone to work together for the safety of our students. I have attached a map to help everyone understand how they should drop-off their children.

    I appreciate everyone's help with this.

    Greg Galtere, JHS West Principal 

    Morning Drop-off Procedures - Please enter through the entrance across from Boyertown Park. Drive all the way to the back parking lot, turn around and then drop your children off on the sidewalk. If your child is here for a study session, he or she can enter the building early through the 80s or 90s hallway entrance.We have a lot of traffic here in the morning during a small window of time. We appreciate everyone’s help in keeping our students safe.

    Morning Drop Off Procedures.pdf 

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  • Food Services Update -  In an effort to continue to provide Boyertown Parents with convenient and efficient online debiting services, the Boyertown Area School District an online service EZSchoolPay. For more information, please see the EZSchoolPay letter.
    Computer Debit System Lunch Program - Boyertown Junior High West is pleased to announce the start of a new computer debit system lunch program. We hope the debit system will decrease the need for students to carry cash each day for their lunch payment. For more information, please see the Debit System Letter.
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    • Raptor System Update

      We are pleased to share that all Boyertown Area Schools have implemented the Raptor Identification System for the start of the 2014-2015 school year.  This system is located in each school office.  We will be requiring that all school visitors/ volunteers provide a driver’s license or other government-issued identification card and the visitor/volunteer will be able to proceed into the school as planned.  School staff will swipe the card to determine if the individual is a registered sex offender.  In most cases the system will issue a temporary ID badge to wear during a visit or volunteer activity.  If the system lists any offender information, the principal will intervene and the individual will not be permitted to enter the school outside of the school office area.  Individuals who need to drop off or pick up materials in the school office will not be required to use the system.  This system was identified as a safety improvement by our District and Building Safety Teams.  Through our successful application to the Safe Schools Grant, we obtained outside funding for all of this equipment.  Additional information on the Raptor System can be found on our District website at http://www.boyertownasd.org/domain/1179.  We thank all parents, guardians and visitors in advance for your cooperation as we implement this new system.  We are committed to continuing to provide a safe school environment for all students, staff and community members.  
    • School Safety Increases With RAPTOR 
      The Boyertown Area School District implements Raptor System Visitor Management to improve school safety and instantly screen out registered sex offenders from its buildings with children. Read more... 
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  • Comments and Inquiries Form - The Boyertown Area School District believes the quality of our district improves when we listen to our stakeholders.  Additionally, we believe that you input is valuable to our continued success.  Please click here to view the Comments and Inquiries Form informational letter.
    The direct URL to the Comments and Inquiries Form is http://www.boyertownasd.org/domain/1158 .
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    • Bus Policy Change - Click here for information on the change to the bus policy for the 2014-2015 school year.  
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  • After School Homework Help - We are pleased to announce that we now have our after school homework help program back in place. Students who are struggling to finish their homework may be assigned to homework help. The program starts immediately after school and runs until 3:50. Homework help will be available Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays each week. If you are interested in your child attending homework help, please contact your child’s guidance counselor.
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  • A Note from Transportation - In order to keep our buses on schedule, transportation is requesting that students arrive at their bus stop five minutes before the bus is scheduled to arrive. We appreciate your help with this matter.
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380 South Madison Street
Boyertown, PA 19512
Phone: (610) 369-7471  ·  Attendance: (610) 473-3714  ·  FAX: (610) 369-7476

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