Old Forge Leo Club Collected Toothpaste

They have done it again. Ms. Marsico’s 8th grade homeroom has proven that, no matter what the challenge may be, they will far exceed the target presented to them. Old Forge’s Leo Club asked all homerooms to collect as many tubs of toothpaste as possible, and the winner would receive a pizza party. Homeroom 314 won…

Marywood University to Host West Point Band in Concert

Marywood University to Host West Point Band in Concert SCRANTON, PA (March 1, 2016)-Marywood University’s Wind Ensemble under the direction of David Romines, D.M.A., music, theatre, and dance department co-chair, associate professor and director of bands at Marywood University, and the West Point Band will perform a concert honoring America’s Veterans on Sunday, April 17,…

Western Wayne High School students participated in a field trip to the Wayne County Courthouse and the Wayne County Correctional Facility

Recently, ten Western Wayne High School students enrolled in the Business Law class of Ms. Theresa Lubash participated in a field trip to the Wayne County Courthouse and the Wayne County Correctional Facility. Students were first greeted by Wayne County Coroner, Edward Howell, who took the students on a guided tour of the building.  Then,…

The kindergarten students of Good Shepherd Academy celebrated the 100th day of school by making 100-day crowns

The kindergarten students of Good Shepherd Academy celebrated the 100th day of school by making 100-day crowns and a 100-piece healthy snack mix, counting and writing numbers to 100, completing 100-piece puzzles, and writing stories about what they would look like in 100 years. Row 1:  Gianna Albright, Ava DeMark, Sarah Mera, Grace Ferretti, Cole…

Marywood University to Celebrate Women’s History Month

Marywood University to Celebrate Women’s History Month   SCRANTON, PA (February 25, 2016)-Marywood University continues to celebrate its 100th year anniversary with events that celebrate the University and Women’s History Month. When it was founded in 1915, Marywood was the fist college for women in Northeastern Pennsylvania and the first Catholic college for women in…