LACKAWANNA TRAIL SCHOOL DISTRICT

Lackawanna Trail High School Principal Dr. Mark Murphy announced the first quarter honor roll. Students obtaining honor roll status were:   Twelfth Grade High Honors: Nathaniel Barbolish, Kasey Buck, Kerrigan Buck, Rachel Clark, Matthew Cole, Hunter Crook, Matthew Farrell, Ross Fauquier, Neil Harvey and Jacob Hayduk,   Also listed were: Jericho Hendershot, Aidan Holmes, Kelsey…

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LACKAWANNA TRAIL SCHOOL DISTRICT

Lackawanna Trail Elementary Center Principal Brian Kelly has announced the first quarter honor roll for 5th and 6th grades. Fifth Grade: Alexander Ball, Michael Bluhm, Corey Burns, Mauri Castellano, Katie Carpenter, Emily Chermak, Kody Cresswell, Alan Deutsch, Keith Dixon and George Duffy. Also listed were: Miles Edwards, Abigail Fahey, Joselyn Gonzalez, Annabelle Gumble, Adrian Heffley,…

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WEST SCRANTON HIGH SCHOOL

Students Aide Parish Food Ministry West Scranton High School Art Club recently conducted a food drive and fundraiser collecting $200 for Saint Ann Basilica’s Food Pantry. The money was used to help create Thanksgiving food baskets for nearly 50 families in West Side. Thanking the students, Mr. Dennis Yanchik of St. Ann Basilica Food Ministry said,…

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WEST SCRANTON HIGH SCHOOL

West Scranton’s School-Wide Positive Behavior Support Program Honors the November Students of the Month   Seniors Maritza Cherry and Austin Peters were chosen as the Students of the Month at West Scranton High School for November 2014.  One girl and one boy are selected each month from names submitted by teachers and staff as part of West Scranton’s…

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GOOD SHEPHERD ACADEMY

Good Shepherd Academy recently participated in the Holy Redeemer System Regional  Forensic Competition.   The students were judged on their individual interpretation of prose.Pictured are:  Row 1, left to right:  Emily Theroux; Abby Jones; Abbigail Schultz, JV 2nd place; Kathleen Magda.  Row 2:  Mrs. Lynn Prociak, moderator; Alyson Price,  Varsity 1st place; Sydney Jacobs, Individual Instruction Honorable Mention; Cecilia  Jakubczyk; Mrs.…

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GOOD SHEPHERD ACADEMY

The Good Shepherd Academy in Kingston recently concluded a successful basket raffle. The Student  Council coordinated this event to upgrade  and maintain the SMART boards throughout the school. Pictured here with some of the donated baskets are Eva Sura, a fifth grade representative, Louis Michaels, a third grade representative, and Alyson Price, Secretary. In the second row are Frankie Desiderio,…

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SHENANDOAH VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

Shown in the photo are the Shenandoah Valley students who comprised the cast of this year’s performance of Charles Dickens “A Christmas Carol.” The annual performance is sponsored by Downtown Shenandoah Inc. and coordinated by DSI manager Mary Luscavage and SV faculty advisor and DSI volunteer Anne Taylor. A large crowd attended the free program…

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CAREER TECHNOLOGY CENTER Student Council recently conducted a food drive for Feed-A-Friend

The CTCLC Student Council recently conducted a food drive for Feed-A-Friend. Staff and students generously contributed to this worthy cause. This event was a service project for our student council which is advised by Mrs. Michelle Lipko. Feed- A -Friend helps thousands of families in need throughout Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania during the holiday season.…

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SHENANDOAH VALLEY Hosts Bloodmobile

SHENANDOAH VALLEY Hosts Bloodmobile For the past 35 years,  the Shenandoah Valley Student Council has sponsored a blood mobile to allow students 17 years and older the opportunity to  become first time blood donors and more importantly augment the supply of blood for patients in need. This year the American Red Cross set a goal…

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Marywood University to Offer Transfer Opportunity

Marywood University to Offer Transfer Opportunity   SCRANTON, PA—Marywood University will conduct an on-campus Transfer Day program for college students or former college students considering transferring to Marywood University. In a single visit on Thursday, December 4, 2014, between 2-6 p.m., visitors can complete an application for admission, discuss financial aid and scholarship options, and…

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Lakeland High School’s Engineering program just received an $8,000 technology grant from Lockheed Martin

Lakeland High School’s Engineering program just received an $8,000 technology grant from Lockheed Martin. The funds will be used to purchase a new three-dimensional printer that is nine times faster than the current model and prints in color. “This technology allows our students to innovate almost anything they can imagine- from engine parts to ear…

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Riverside’s Junior Senior High School, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) students recently attended the CPA Passport to Opportunity event at King’s College

Riverside’s Junior Senior High School, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) students recently attended the CPA Passport to Opportunity event at King’s College.  Every year, the local Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA) host Accounting Career Day programs across the state. The program is a one day event that invites students to learn about the diverse career…

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West Scranton SADD Club Members Complete Peer Education Tobacco Training

West Scranton SADD Club Members Complete Peer Education Tobacco Training   Students from West Scranton’s SADD club recently participated in a peer education tobacco training program, led by Mr. Anthony Delonti from the American Lung Association.  The students who completed the training will, in turn, present a similar program to the students of West Scranton Intermediate School…

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