Stewardship Partners


The PEAK Stewardship Partners guide and support the PEAK initiative, drawing on their organized experience and expertise to help advance the PEAK mission. 


The Pottstown School District serves Pottstown’s student population of 3,200 with quality learning opportunities. The District is comprised of eight buildings. The main Administration Building is located in close proximity to the downtown area. There are four elementary buildings: Barth, Franklin, Lincoln, and Rupert. Each serves as a neighborhood learning center.

A large campus with athletic playing fields and a stadium houses the two secondary schools. One, a traditional, but newly renovated Middle School located at one end of the campus, and the other, a more modernized four-grade Senior High School with vocational facilities. 

The Pottstown Area Health & Wellness Foundation enhances the health and wellness of area residents, providing education, funding, and programs that motivate people to adopt healthy lifestyles. The Foundation is a non-profit, community organization created as the result of the sale of the Pottstown Memorial Medical Center to Community Health Systems in 2003. The Foundation serves the residents of Pottstown Borough and those within a 10-mile radius. 

Contact information:

Ashia Cooper

Program Officer for Capacity Building & Collaborations


Phone: 610-323-2006 

Quality Pre-K education gives children a strong start in school and in life. PA Pre-K Counts Program provides free, full-day Pre-K for eligible children ages 3-5 at high-quality sites in Pottstown, PA. 

Contact information:

Kim Brown

Pre-K Counts Program Manager


Phone: 610-718-8635 

Early Head Start (EHS) is an early care and education program that provides services to pregnant women and families with children ages 0-3. EHS serves families in their homes or in childcare centers located in South Philadelphia, Norristown and Pottstown offering:

Contact information:

Marissa Regli, M.A.

Montgomery County Director


Phone: 610-277-1505 Ext. 5722

YWCA Tri-County Area is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all.  We envision a world that holds equal promise for every person, celebrates diversity, practices inclusion, and promotes equality. We are committed to drive change, to listen, facilitate discussion, support and most importantly, act. Through our collective work, YWCA Tri-County Area will be known as an organization where all people, but especially women, girls, and families of color, receive trauma-responsive, culturally competent education services that will support the enrichment of their lives.  

Contact information:

Stacey Woodland



Phone: 610-323-1888 Ext.200

Kathleen Seeley 

Senior Director of Early Education


Phone: 610-323-1888 Ext.209

Wonderspring’s mission is to help families thrive by providing safe, convenient, and highest quality learning opportunities and care for children in Greater Philadelphia. Our Keystone STAR 4  locations located throughout Philadelphia and Montgomery County offer high-quality learning and care for infants through school-age youth.   

Contact information:

Steve Cotilus

Senior Director of Programs


Phone: 610-617-4550 Ext. 3023

Erin Corcoran

Director of Wonderspring Pottstown


Phone: 610-326-3819

Since 1900, Family Services has specialized in providing support and guidance to Montgomery County individuals and families in need. Throughout the agency’s history, programs have evolved to meet the ever-changing needs of the community. Current programming focuses on Family Support; Health and Wellness; Older Adults; Parent Education; Reentry Services; and Substance Abuse Prevention.

Contact information:

Eve Bieber

Director, Pottstown Family Center


Phone: 610-326-1610 Ext. 341