POTTSTOWN, PA — Despite a generally gray day and enough of a chill to keep jackets on their shoulders, the sun broke through enough to match the cheery spirits of those gathered at 443 Highland Road Sunday.
The Wyndcroft School officially broke ground for its new Early-Education Center. The new center is part of the school’s “Creating a Campus” expansion campaign in the Rosedale Street section of Pottstown.
“We’re just thrilled we can create this area,” said The Wyndcroft’s Head of School Gail Wolter.
The new section of the school housing its pre-kindergartern classes of 3- and 4-year-olds will actually be a renovated and expanded “manor” house built in the 1920s. Sitting across Rosedale Street, the building was the former home of several people who attended the ground-breaking. One was a woman who actually attended The Wyndcroft as a child.