Halloween Safety Tips

Happy Halloween! If you are taking children out trick-or-treating or going to be driving on the roads tomorrow make sure you are staying safe! Here are some Halloween Safety Tips that you should follow to ensure you and everyone around you stays safe.

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LETTERS TO SALA: Two Programs Depicting ONE Woman’s Inspiring True-Life Story of Survival and Courage during the Holocaust

Scranton High Knight Players are pleased to announce two programs revealing the extraordinary story of Sala Garncarz Kirschner’s survival and courage during the Holocaust. The Play: Scranton High Knight Players will present the play, “LETTERS TO SALA,” by Arlene Hutton and based on the book, “Sala’s Gift” by Ann Kirshner, on November 16 & 17,…

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Valley View School News

The Business Education Partnership (BEP) is a grant awarded through the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry to connect Local Workforce Development Boards to area schools. The BEP falls under Gov. Wolf’s initiative to tie in opportunities and exploration of in-demand technical careers to Pennsylvania students grades K-12. Lackawanna County Workforce Development Board’s Project Manager, Maria Bernardo has partnered…

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Marywood Workshop to Focus on Key Issues Facing Veterans

An upcoming continuing education program at Marywood University will examine issues veterans face and discuss resources they need.  “Serving and Understanding our Veterans: Suicide Prevention, PTSD and Trauma Treatment, Regional Resources” will be presented on Friday, November 16, 2018, from 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., in the Upper Main Dining Hall, at the Nazareth Student…

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Valley View School News

Geisinger Health and Wellness and Valley View School District have teamed up to fight Pennsylvania’s current substance abuse epidemic. Breanna Grzech and Sara Miraglia, employees of Geisinger Health and Wellness, bring prevention to life as they are spending several weeks at Valley View High School teaching and collaborating with Ninth grade students on substance use…

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Why we use the recycling sign in our logo

Have you ever wondered why Paper Shop uses the recycling logo as the ‘o’ in Shop? There are a few different reasons actually! Get ready to learn a little about Paper Shop that you may not have known previously. We use the recycling logo instead of the letter ‘o’ because: Customers recycle their goods The recycling…

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Bark for Life 2018

On October 13th, Paper Shop will hold a booth at Bark for Life of NEPA. We will have a few prizes to give away and we will have free Paper Shops, treats, and more! Please come out to this event and support the American Cancer Society’s Bark for Life, a canine event to fight cancer.…

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WESTERN WAYNE FBLA ATTEND NATIONAL CONFERENCE IN BALTIMORE

This summer a group of seven students representing the Western Wayne Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) chapter participated in the organization’s annual National Leadership Conference held in Baltimore, Maryland. Prior to the start of the conference, the Pennsylvania delegation– numbering more than 600–had an opportunity to do some sightseeing including a visit to the…

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West Scranton Homecoming 2018

West Scranton Seniors Joe Valencia and Peyton Cook were crowned the 2018 Homecoming King and Queen on Friday, October 6. Members of the West Scranton Homecoming Court included: Homecoming Princesses: Brianna O’Brien, Jordan Bennett, Maura Turi, and Hope Williams Homecoming Princes: Enzo Cicco, Jacob Rogers, Ben Anderson, and Jake Butka This year’s Homecoming took place…

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