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King of Prussia, PA 19406
Email Phone 844-40-AGORA (844-402-4672)
Technical support: Phone 855-412-3712
Mon. - Fri.   8:00 am - 11:59 pm EST
Sat. and Sun.   12:00 noon - 8:00 pm EST

Main office: 844-40-AGORA

Technical support: 855-412-3712

Talking to Children About Violence

In response to the recent tragedy in Florida, we wanted to provide some resources to help you work through the conversation with your children. Here you will find articles about appropriately addressing the topic for various age levels and also how to help your children understand their feelings. Read more here. Please remember, if your child is ever in need of some additional support here at Agora, the Student Assistance Program (SAP) is always available. Just let your Family Coach know you are interested, and supports will be offered! parent talking to child

2018 STEM Contest

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Use your unique brilliance to build a device that will make a splash!

We invite you to create a deliberately complex contraption, known as a Rube Goldberg machine, to explore this year’s Annual STEM Contest and, ultimately, MAKE A SPLASH! Incorporate water in some capacity—such as hydropower energy, water filtration, or a literal splash—and let us see your innovative ideas overflow into a wonderfully watery whatchamacallit! Students in kindergarten through 12th grade may participate, and you can submit as many entries as you like. The top three winners from each grade level and the overall “Best-in-Show” winner will receive:
  • A STEM kit
  • A Trophy
Start assembling your machine today! Submit entries to Contest ends at 5 PM (ET) March 9, 2018 (more…)

Keeping Our Kids Safe

Agora will be hosting the following session dedicated to keeping our kids safe.

NOPE Parent Community Forum (Narcotics Overdose Prevention Education)

Don't wait until it happens to you.  Take Action NOW!  Experts explain the facts regarding the issues our youth are facing each day, including prescription drug abuse, drug interaction, signs of substance use, addiction, parenting strategies, and where to get help.
  • Average age of first use is 13.04 years old.
  • Each day 2,500 teens try prescription drugs to get high for the first time.
  • One in five teens has abused prescription drugs.
  • In 2016, 230 citizens died from an accidental overdose in Montgomery County.
February 28, 2018 @ 7:00 PM Join Here:

Parent Workshop Series

Our staff is working with our mighty Learning Coaches to create a series of parent workshops that will offer tips and tricks to help our students and their families get the most out of their education at Agora.  We be hosting the following workshops. We hope you can join us for these valuable learning experiences. Mark your calendar! Sessions are at 3pmParent Workshop image Join Sessions Here at 3pm:

Dates to Remember

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  • February 14 – 16: ES/MS Parent Conferences
  • February 16: Benchmark Window Closes
  • February 19: Presidents Day (School and Administrative Offices Closed)
  • February 23: AM 1/2 Day for Students / PM PD for Staff
  • February 26: Asynchronous Day for High School/Data Day but a NORMAL day for Elementary & Middle School

Students Should Strive to Have 95% Daily Attendance!

Strive for 95% Attendance Attending school regularly has a huge impact on a student's academic success starting in kindergarten and continuing through high school.  Even as children grow older and more independent, families play a key role in making sure students attend school every day and understand why attendance is so important for success in school and on the job!

Agora Community Roundtable

Agora Community Roundtable image March 15th @ 3pm & 7pm Throughout the year, the Agora Parent Teacher Organization (APTO) will be hosting open forums for parents featuring some of Agora’s key figures. This will be a chance to ask questions and give input on important topics. We hope you will join us for the next Roundtable forums, March 15th when we will welcome our grade band Principals. To join either session, click the following link:

Cyber Security: Keeping Your Student Safe Online

As we end October, anti-bullying month, we wanted to remind you of the dangers of our cyber world.  Internet SafetyThe Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI) has a helpful website ( with some great tips like how to discuss monitoring your child's screen time, talking about hate speech online, and responsible sharing online - when and how to do it safely.  There's no better time than now to have this important safety discussion! Click here for info on how to get started: