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PSERS' Foundations for Your Future Seminars
The Public School Employees’ Retirement System (PSERS) holds Foundations for Your Future (FFYF) seminars throughout the area.  These FFYF seminars provide active members with information about PSERS benefits and services.  A PSERS Retirement Counselor will cover topics such as benefit options, withdrawal of contributions, rollovers, taxes, and legislative actions affecting PSERS.  PSERS recommends that all active members attend an FFYF seminar, particularly if you are planning on retiring within the year. Advance registration is not required to attend any of these seminars. For a complete listing of upcoming seminars, click here.
Board Policy Updates 
For your reference, we have compiled a list of Board Policies which were updated since the start of the 2017-2018 school year. 
  • 006: Meetings
  • 008: Organizational Chart
  • 105: Curriculum
  • 105.1: Equivalency of Access
  • 113: Special Education
  • 116: Tutorial Instruction
  • 137: Home Education
  • 138: Language Instruction Educational Program for English Learners
  • 204: Attendance
  • 208: Withdrawal from School
  • 209: Health Examinations
  • 210: Medications
  • 216: Student Records
  • 218.4: Terroristic Threats
  • 227: Drug and Alcohol Awareness
  • 235.1: Surveys
  • 239: Foreign Exchange Students
  • 302: Employment of Commissioned Officers
  • 311: Reductions in Staff
  • 347: Workers' Compensation Transitional Return-to-Work Program
  • 627: Procurement Cards
  • 628: Continuing Disclosure Procedures
  • 702.1: Crowdfunding
  • 709: Access to Buildings
  • 805: Emergency Preparedness
  • 808: Food Services
  • 812: Property Insurance
  • 813: Other Insurance
  • 906: Public Complaint Procedures
  • 913: Relations With Special Interest Groups
  • 916: Title I â€“ Parent and Family Engagement Policy
Freedom Foundations' Graduate Professional Development Programs
The James A. Danner VFW Post 537 wishes to inform the WSSD of a unique opportunity to district K-12 teachers. Endowments cover the $1,400 cost of training. Lodging and meals provided on campus at no cost to the teacher. Transportation to/from Valley Forge would be the only expense in most cases (some extra fees related the "Immigrant to Citizen" seminar as they travel to NYC, Ellis Island, etc.).

Each seminar or workshop avails a teacher to have one graduate credit hour funded by Freedoms Foundation which is granted by La Salle University ( in Philadelphia, PA.

The James A. Danner VFW Post 537 has set aside funds to pay for up to FIVE WSSD teachers if they wish to take three credit hours. There may still be space in the traveling workshops' rosters which will be filling up soon. There is ample time over next couple of months for teachers to register for one of five on campus seminars. 

Point of contact:  
Charles Yost
Chaplain, James A. Danner VFW Post 537
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