WW STUDENTS CELEBRATE FBLA WEEK

Continuing FBLA Week activities for Wednesday, “Professional Attire Day” are Western Wayne High School members, Ezra Tetreault, PA FBLA Vice President at Large; and Austin Boguski, local chapter president.  Theresa Lubash, WW FBLA local chapter adviser, is shown with her home baked cookies as part of “Adviser Appreciation Day.”

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Marywood University’s Music, Theatre, and Dance Department to Present Its Spring Production of How I Learned to Drive

Marywood University’s music, theatre, and dance department will present its spring production of How I Learned to Drive on Friday, March 2, and Saturday, March 3, 2019, at 7:30 p.m. in the Sette LaVerghetta Center for Performing Arts at the University. This play deals with adult subject matter and is not recommended for young children.…

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Valley View School News

On February 1st and 2nd, 2019, four students were selected to represent Valley View High School at the 9th annual Marywood Senior Wind Band Celebration held at Marywood University. The students that attended (pictured below from left to right) are Alexis Ladomirak on tenor saxophone; Jade Horvick on alto saxophone; Mike Lesnesky, Valley View High…

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Susquehanna Community High School 2nd Marking Period Honor Roll

Highest Honors 92.5 -100 12th Grade –  Angel Bieloski, Michael Braun, Robert Burns, Avery DiGregorio, Devon Dubanowitz, Emily Fremberg, Lia Heath, Aaron Herbert, Kaylee Landry, Rhiannon Potter, McKenzie Rhone, Adam Rockwell, Chloe Tinklepaugh, Cameron Wasko  11th Grade – Carson Beamer, Paetan Benson, Selena Chandler, Jaycie Conklin, Rachel Day, Mackenzie Heath, Taylor Huyck, Jonathan Jenkins, Geena…

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MMI Preparatory School holds sixth grade science fair

Michael Kranyak captured first place in MMI Preparatory School’s sixth-grade science fair. Kranyak won for his project entitled “Are Permanent Markers Really Permanent?” Danical Karlick was the runner-up for her project “Gel Polish vs. Traditional Polish” and Kendall Orozco finished third for her project “The Birthday Paradox.”   Winners were honored with certificates and one-of-a-kind medals…

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Marywood University to Present Policing Talk

Marywood University’s Department of Social Sciences and the Fulbright Outreach program will host a Policing Talk on Monday, February 11, 2019, at 6 p.m. in the Upper Main Dining Room, located in the Nazareth Student Center. This event is free and open to the public. Dr. Richard Smith is the guest lecturer at the Policing…

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MMI receives $1,000 Education Improvement Tax Credit contribution from FNCB Bank

MMI Preparatory School received a $1,000 contribution from FNCB Bank through the Education Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program that the school will use to support need-based scholarships for students. The EITC program is administered by the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development. MMI Director of Advancement Kim McNulty said, “On behalf of everyone at…

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Marywood University Receives Top Ranking for Information Management Systems Program

Marywood University was recently named one of 30 Top 2019 MBA Information Systems Programs by OnlineMasters.com, a trusted source for unbiased college rankings and higher education planning. The research identifies the top programs in the nation based on curriculum quality, program flexibility, affordability, and graduate outcomes. According to the website, “In addition to insights gained…

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MMI students receive Honorable Mentions in Scholastic Writing Awards competition

MMI Preparatory School senior Alexander Kline and junior Andrellie Puntiel received Honorable Mentions in the Scholastic Writing Awards competition. Kline, the son of Dr. Gerard and Cathy Kline of Mountaintop, won in the Critical Essay category for his piece entitled “The Four Frankensteins – Character Duplication and the Gothic Doppelganger in Frankenstein.” Puntiel, the daughter…

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Alyssa Sweda and Katherine Lewandowski named MMI’s “Best of the Best” for the first semester

Senior Alyssa Sweda and sophomore Katherine Lewandowski tied for first place as MMI Preparatory School’s “Best of the Best” for the first semester of the 2018-2019 academic year. As part of the biannual competition, 10th and 12th grade students delivered presentations during an all-school assembly. Sweda’s presentation focused on Henri Bendel, while Lewandowski discussed the…

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