VALLEY VIEW HIGH SCHOOL sponsored an Ugly Christmas Sweater

Valley View School NewsOn December 23, 2014, the Valley View High School Junior Class Officers, Douglas Gerichten, Kalei Kowalchik, Joe Koniszewski, Kyle Kolcharno, Michael Gallagher and class advisor, Mrs. Jennifer Mauro, sponsored an Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest to benefit the Jessup Breadbasket.  More than 100 students and faculty member participated.  Students raised over $200.00 and additional canned food donations. Pictured…

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Local author, Donna W. Hill donated her young adult book, The Heart of Applebutter Hill, to the Lackawanna Trail High School Library during a recent visit to the school with her guide dog, Hunter.

Local author, Donna W. Hill donated her young adult book, The Heart of Applebutter Hill, to the Lackawanna Trail High School Library during a recent visit to the school with her guide dog, Hunter.  Photo: front, from left, Librarian Kelly Hopkins, Author Donna W. Hill; back, Taylor Selwood, Jordan Flynn, Allison Decker, and Annika Kongvold. The…

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Valley View High School Industrial Arts Power Shop class created wooden Tic Tack Toe toys to donate to the Toys For Tots program

The Valley View High School Industrial Arts Power Shop class created wooden Tic Tack Toe toys to donate to the Toys For Tots program.  The class created 24 wooden toys under the direction of Industrial Arts teacher Mr. Brandon Dodson. Pictured left to right standing; Mr. Larry Pegula, Valley View High SchoolPrincipal; Angelo Mazzoni, Mr. Brandon Dodson, Valley…

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West Scranton High School organized its annual “Angel on the Tree” collection to benefit fellow students of the Scranton School District

West Scranton High School “Angel on the Tree” The Student Council of West Scranton High School organized its annual “Angel on the Tree” collection to benefit fellow students of the Scranton School District.  Students and faculty at West Scranton purchased various toys, clothes, and gift items for children “adopted” through the program.  Approximately 50 young children in…

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Vinny Betti, Grade 10, was selected to represent Valley View High School in the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Conference

Vinny Betti, Grade 10, was selected to represent Valley View High School in the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Conference.  He was selected to represent Valley View along with approximately 200 other high school students across Pennsylvania.  The conference will be held at Shippensburg University in May. Vinny is also a member of the Math Honor Society, Spanish club, Leo club,…

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Luzerne County Community College and Marywood University sign enrollment agreements

Luzerne County Community College and  Marywood University sign enrollment agreements   Scranton, PA, December 17, 2014 – Marywood University President, Sr. Anne Munley, IHM, Ph.D and Thomas P. Leary, President of Luzerne County Community College announced today that the two colleges have entered into two new enrollment agreements that will help students complete their academic degrees.…

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Old Forge School District announce September Devil Pride High School Students.

Mr. Christopher Thomas and Mr. Nathan Barrett Principals of the Old Forge School District announce September Devil Pride High School Students. The students were chosen based on their recognition for outstanding demonstrations of Devil Pride. Pride stands for Prepared, Respectful, Independent, Dependable, and Example to others. Left to right: Ivette Valentin- Grade 12, Kevin Pepsin- Grade 7,…

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Old Forge School District announces October Devil Pride High School Students

Mr. Christopher Thomas and Mr. Nathan Barrett Principals of the Old Forge School District announce October Devil Pride High School Students. The students were chosen based on their recognition for outstanding demonstrations of Devil Pride. Pride stands for Prepared, Respectful, Independent, Dependable, and Example to others. Left to right: Corianne Holzman- Grade 8, Ryan Hoffman- Grade…

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