Board welcomes new
members, elects Tabachnick president
The Colonial School Board welcomed three new members and
welcomed back two old ones at its reorganization meeting
on Dec. 6. Leslie Finegold, Christina
Frangiosa and Julie Knudsen attended their first meeting
and were sworn in along with re-elected members Mel
Brodsky and Susan Moore. Administering the oath of
office was Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Justice
Bernard Moore, himself a former member of the Colonial
The Board also elected Alan Tabachnick to his
first one-year term as president and voted Mrs. Moore as
Vice President. Mrs. Moore had served as Vice President
in 2009 and 2010. As their final order of business, the
Board elected Mr. Brodsky to serve a
three-year term on the Central Montco Technical High
School Joint Operating Committee.
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Adult Evening School
The Plymouth Whitemarsh High School Adult Evening School
(PWHSAES) is seeking qualified teachers and substitutes
for classes in aerobics, yoga, pilates, Zumba,
Kickboxing, dance, languages, Bridge and more.
Interested persons should contact Dave Sherman, Colonial
School District Community Relations Coordinator, via e-mail or at
610-834-1671, ext. 2115.
The PWHSAES is a nonprofit organization sponsored by the
Colonial Board of School
Courses are designed mainly for the self-improvement and
enjoyment of the community members. No high school or
college credit is given. All classes are held in
Plymouth Whitemarsh High School, 201 E. Germantown Pike
in Plymouth Meeting, Pa., unless otherwise stated.
Classes are held on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
evenings from late September through late November and
from Late February through the middle of May.