Track Community Use Information

Missing from photo:  Charlene Wysocki

The Track is open to the community from dawn till dusk including weekends and holidays.  The community use gate is located under the stadium bleachers; in front of the concession stand.  If the track is snow covered, the track will be closed.  If there is a school event- game, track meet, practice, etc. community members are not permitted on the track at that time.  While school is in session, community use may be restricted at the teachers’ discretion.  The playing field and stands are off limits.  No non-motorized vehicles (bicycles, rollerblades, etc.) and motorized vehicles are allowed in the stadium.  No spikes or cleats are allowed on the track or field during community use.  Community members are encouraged to use the outer 4 lanes.  Those who vandalize or abuse the community use privilege may be prosecuted and will be banned from the facility.  Wellness Council of Boyertown (WCB) and the Boyertown Area School District encourage proper use of this community facility. Please show respect for the facilities and all of the property.  Neither the Boyertown Area School District nor the WCB provide security or supervision over the track and field area. Use of the track facility is subject to the sole risk of the user(s) and the BASD and the WCB assumes no responsibility for any injury that may occur.

Current Board of Directors


Jeff Shontz, Chair Person

Vacant Position, Secretary
Amy Heisler, Treasurer
Lucie Bergeyova
​Barbara Furman
​Emily Parkins
​Diane VanDyke
Charlene Wysocki

​Debbie Bertolet, Executive Director










*Board Meetings are held the 1st Thursday of each month at  the WCB office at 6:30pm


Board of Directors

About Us

MISSION STATEMENT:
It is the mission of the WCB (Wellness Council of Boyertown) to foster families in our community through engagement, encouragement, and connections to make healthy lifestyle choices. 


Wellness Council of Boyertown (WCB) is a non-profit organization serving the residents of the Boyertown Area School District. With obesity, heart disease, diabetes and cancer threatening quality of life and morbidity, WCB encourages you to live healthy through teaching and modeling healthy lifestyles. 

People are living longer, and WCB wants to promote the highest quality of life for all age groups. The WCB includes representatives from local health agencies, local organizations, school nurses, administrators, school board members and teachers, as well as interested citizens of all ages who share our passion for wellness.