FBLA MEMBERS ATTEND STATE WORKSHOP

Twenty-nine members of the Western Wayne chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America recently attended the organization’s annual State Leadership Workshop at the Kalahari Resort and Convention Center in the Poconos.  This was the largest workshop in FBLA history bringing together more than 1,500 members and advisers from across the state for leadership development.…

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The Western Wayne High School welcome hundred of children from the community to walk the decorated halls and collect candy and other similar treats.

It was a coming together of the school and the community—the annual trick or treat event sponsored by the Western Wayne High School PRIDE committee.  Various clubs and organizations volunteered to decorate the halls of the school in typical Halloween motif.  Then, students distributed candy and other treats to hundreds of ghosts, pirates, ninjas, etc.–children…

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STUDENTS ATTEND FBLA REGION 22 LEADERSHIP WORKSHOP

Western Wayne FBLA members joined with students from several area schools at the Woodloch Resort for the annual Region 22 Leadership Workshop.  Region 22 President and Western Wayne senior Ezra Tetreault presided at the opening and business sessions. The workshop is a wonderful opportunity for students to get together and meet students from neighboring schools…

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5 Facts to Know About Veterans Day

Veterans Day does NOT have an apostrophe.  A lot of people think it’s “Veteran’s Day” or “Veterans’ Day,” but they’re wrong. The holiday is not a day that “belongs” to one veteran or multiple veterans, which is what an apostrophe implies. It’s a day for honoring all veterans — so no apostrophe needed.   Veterans…

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Marywood University Health Professional Students Participate in Inaugural Interprofessional Education Event

Marywood University’s College of Health and Human Services recently held an Interprofessional Education program for students in health profession programs at the University. The program was designed as a “Lunch and Learn” event, during which students from Nursing, Physician Assistant studies, Athletic Training, Psychology, Communications Sciences and Disorders, Nutrition and Dietetics, and Respiratory Therapy met…

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Old Forge School High School Announces October Devil Pride High School Students

Mr. Christopher Gatto, Old Forge School High School Principal. announces 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: Mr. Gatto,  HS Principal, Jayden Williams- Grade 7, Angel Coplin- Grade…

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MMI honors 2019 Harvest Dance king and queen

Harrison Kress and Andrellie Puntiel, pictured at center in the first row, were crowned king and queen at the 2019 MMI Preparatory School Harvest Dance. Also pictured are, first row, from left: Katharine Pinto and Macy Zenier. Second row: Benjamin Putnam; Lesley McDermott, Parents Association Representative; Lisa Marie Ferry, Dean of Students; and Brandon Crockford.…

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Valley View High School Seniors of the Month

These awards are given to a senior who showed excellence throughout the month of October. Senior of the Month is sponsored by the Valley View Student Council and the Blakely/Peckville Lions Club. From Left to Right: Dr. Michael Boccella, Superintendent; Mackenzie McHale, Foreign Language; Alyssa Harrington and Alex Savkov, Physical Education; Sarah Linko, Computer Applications;…

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