Spring Lawn Care Tips

It seems safe to say that Spring has finally arrived and the warm weather will stick around. The snow has melted and your lawn is slowly beginning to show life. Springtime is the most important time of the year to care for your lawn. However, it is a very sensitive time for your yard. The…

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Five MMI students complete community service projects as part of Junior Leadership Hazleton

Five MMI Preparatory School students completed several community service projects across Greater Hazleton as members of the 2018-19 Junior Leadership Hazleton class. Juniors Carter Frask, Catherine Havrilla, Madyson Hornack, Josiah Pacchioli, and Benjamin Putnam joined other students from schools throughout Greater Hazleton to carry out the projects. The class members are assigned a team who…

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Valley View School News

As part of the Valley View School District’s Comprehensive Chapter 339 Plan, seventh grade students at Valley View Middle School participated in a Junior Achievement Entrepreneurship Curriculum. This program was implemented within Mr. Barrett and Mrs. Shedd’s Geography classes and facilitated by school counselors, Amy Borick and Susan Rodway. Each student had the opportunity to…

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Creative Easter Egg Dyeing Techniques!

Dyeing Easter eggs is a tradition that most people celebrate. It is a fun and creative experience for you to do with your family and friends. These 5 Easter egg dyeing techniques are perfect for you to try. So hop to it! Shaving Cream Easter Eggs Give your Easter eggs a beautiful marbleized look by…

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Marywood University Students Win Top Awards at NEPA American Advertising Federation Awards Ceremony

Marywood University graphic design students, Alexander Jubinski, junior, Dalton, Pa.; Michaela Schmidt, senior, Crownsville, Md.; Meghan Welcyng, senior, Queensbury, N.Y.; and Maci Roos, senior, Pottsville, Pa., all won Silver Awards in their respective categories at the annual American Advertising Federation’s (ADDY) Awards Ceremony. Marywood graphic design students consistently earn awards each year at the annual…

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Western Wayne High School Students Participated in Mock Interviews

Pictured are 28 business students/FBLA members from Western Wayne High School who recently participated in the annual D. Carl Peet Mock Interview Day sponsored by the Wayne County School-to-Work Committee.  Approximately twenty local businesspersons and educators volunteered their time to interview high school students from Forest City, Wallenpaupack Area, Honesdale, and Western Wayne school districts.…

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Marywood University to Hold Undergraduate Open House

Marywood University will hold an undergraduate open house on Saturday, April 13, 2019, for high school students and their parents. The program will begin with registration at 9 a.m., in the Fireplace Lounge at the Nazareth Student Center on the University’s campus. The event will include an informative tour of the campus, complimentary continental breakfast…

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West Scranton High School – SADD Club Butterfly Project

The West Scranton High School SADD Club recently participated in Lackawanna County’s Arts Engage butterfly project. The theme is TRANSFORMATION.  The project is a means of sharing stories of individual or community transformation, and the focus is art, health and wellness, and community connection. The butterflies created by the participants will be displayed in the Lackawanna County Courthouse.…

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MMI holds induction ceremony for Art, Mathematics, and Science National Honor societies

  MMI Preparatory School recently inducted students into the Art, Mathematics, and Science National Honor societies during a ceremony at the school. Art instructor and advisor Lisa Marie Ferry inducted students into the Chroma Chapter of the National Art Honor Society. Students inducted are: Lauren Herman, daughter of Michael and Stacy Herman, Freeland; Alexander Jordan,…

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MMI inducts students into Chinese, German, and Spanish National Honor societies

MMI Preparatory School recently inducted students into the Chinese, German, and Spanish National Honor societies during a ceremony at the school. Chinese instructor Christina Spencer inducted students into the Echoes of Wisdom and Philosophy Chapter of the National Chinese Honor Society. Students inducted are: David Antolick, son of David and Debbie Antolick, Drums; Jessica Flynn,…

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Valley View School News

The Valley View High School Student Council held their annual spring blood drive with Vitalant on March 26, 2019.  This event was organized by Senior members:  Abbey Halloran, Co-President; Meghan Winters, Co-President; and Emily Yontas, Secretary.  They had over 70 faculty and students sign up to donate, with 47 successful donors.  Valley View was fortunate to have the Cole…

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