VALLEY VIEW HIGH SCHOOL

Math Honor SocietyThe members of the Valley View Math Honor Society recently completed their annual Easter Community Outreach Program.  The year’s program was a success due to the individual donations of the members as well as the following community partners; Ameriprise Financial, Dr. John Bushta, Debella’s Appraisal Services Inc., Feel Good Motors, Mr. Nick GermanoGertrude Hawk Chocolates, Giant Food…

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LACKAWANNA TRAIL HIGH SCHOOL

Senior members of the Lackawanna Trail Track team and their parents were honored at their last home meet on Thursday April 17. Honored were, front from left: Thomas Fricke, Katie Seigle, Lauren Stanton, Jacob Adcroft, Devon Clarke and Lowell Phillips; middle, Debby Fricke, Tabi Seigle, Kim Stanton, Lisa Adcroft, Christy Clarke, Lori Phillips and Coach…

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LACKAWANNA TRAIL HIGH SCHOOL

  Members of the Lackawanna Trail Junior High and Varsity Track are: front, from left, Devon Clarke, Lowell Phillips, Katie Seigle, Lauren Stanton, Thomas Fricke and Jake Adcroft; middle, Alyvia Cobb, Adriana Sanchez, Jared Simon, Nathaniel Barbolish, Mike DeBree, Tyler Rzucidlo, Max Myers, Matt Farrell, Marissa Passaniti, Rachel Johnson, Nicole Miller, and Lili Martin; back,…

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OLD FORGE SCHOOL DISTRICT

Mr. Christopher Thomas and Mr. Nathan Barrett Principals of the Old Forge School District announce March 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: 12th grade:  Taylor Nally 11th grade:  Kayla…

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WEST SCRANTON HIGH SCHOOL

West Scranton Baseball Contributes to Coach Bill Howerton Memorial Fund   The student body, faculty, administration, and staff at West Scranton High School recently raised almost $800 for the Coach Bill Howerton Memorial Fund as part of the Strikeout Cancer Weekend.  Senior members of the baseball team presented the fund’s administrator, Attorney Chris Szewczyk, with a check. Photo (Howerton…

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RIVERSIDE HIGH SCHOOL

Riverside High Schools students, accompanied by guidance counselor Mrs. Abbey Judge, recently visited Penn State Worthington Campus to attend an event hosted by Radius 40 – a group of business leaders in NEPA working to promote economic growth and support our students and entrepreneurs. The event focused on students interested in science-related majors and careers.…

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VALLEY VIEW HIGH SCHOOL

The Lackawanna Chapter of PASR awarded a grant to three Valley View teachers. The grant will be used for students to create a unique local history project and design original t-shirts.From left to right: Cindy Cerminaro, history teacher, Nancy McDonald Lackawanna President PASR, Kathleen Myers, English teacher, Molly Callahan, art teacher.

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LACKAWANNA TRAIL HIGH SCHOOL

Six teachers from the Lackawanna Trail High School participated in the Scranton Half Marathon 13.1 mile course Sunday in Scranton. Teachers participating were: front, Laura Evans 2:00, Katie Snyder 1:40, Sandy Spott 2:06 and Kristen Kurpis 2:04; back, Jeff Marx 2:18 and Keith Youtz 2:09 

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LACKAWANNA TRAIL HIGH SCHOOL

Lackawanna Trail High School Drama Club has slated their production of Les Miserables for Thursday April 24 through April 26 at 7 pm each night in the high school Auditorium. Admission for the event is $8 for general admission and $5 for students/seniors.   There is also be a Chicken and Biscuit dinner on April 26 from…

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SHENANDOAH VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

SV Students Selected for Junior County Band Shown in the photo are the nine Shenandoah Valley musicians selected to represent their school in the Junior Schuylkill County Band Concert which will be held on Saturday April 12th at 1:30 PM in the DHH Lengel Middle School in Pottsville. Front Row (L-R): Brittany Kenton, Rebecca Adorno,…

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MARYWOOD UNIVERSITY

Marywood University Students Take Part in Service Trips   SCRANTON, PA—For more than 20 years, Marywood University has partnered with service organizations across the country and the globe, to extend a helping hand and bring hope to people who need it most. Multiple groups from the university travel nationally and internationally for a week of…

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WEST SCRANTON HIGH SCHOOL

West Scranton’s School-Wide Positive Behavior Support Program Honors the March Students of the Month   Junior Wynter Gowarty and senior Cullen Fanning were chosen as the Students of the Month at West Scranton High School for March 2014.  One girl and one boy are selected each month from names submitted by teachers and staff as part of…

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Zip A Dee Doo Dah

Yes, we know you probably sang that title. Perhaps even out loud. We did, too. While we never tire of reminding you that we’re pretty zippy about getting your ads posted online, there’s another feature we offer on our website: you can find the closest spot to buy a physical copy of Paper Shop. It’s…

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OLD FORGE SCHOOL DISTRICT

The Old Forge School District Staff and Administrators Raised $730.00 for the Northeast Regional Cancer Institute for Casual Day that was held on Thursday March 27th. This is the 10th year Old Forge has participated in this event.  Left to right:  sitting: Brittany Puckett, Marissa Stacchiotti, Beth Spedding, Brenda Yudiski, Jen Churla, Jennifer Wyandt, Paula…

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Fooling Around

We considered some kind of really fun prank for April Fool’s Day. Perhaps news that we were going to start printing our weekly issues on scrolls. Or a story about how our new website will offer an app to diffuse new car smell as you browse our Auto category. In the end, however, we decided…

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