OLD FORGE HIGH SCHOOL’S FRENCH CLUB DONATED HALLOWEEN BASKETS TO RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE

Students of Old Forge High School’s French Club donated Halloween baskets to the Ronald McDonald House of Scranton this week.  Delivering baskets filled with tricks and treats, the students are hoping to bring smiles to the children and their families at the hospital and House.  Moderator, Colleen Moulin. Kneeling: Ashley Kempa, Sarah Marianelli, Sabrina Souriyavong,…

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Marywood University’s Accounting and Finance Club Members to hold Workshop for Boys and Girls Clubs of Northeastern Pennsylvania

Marywood University’s Accounting and Finance Club Members to hold Workshop for Boys and Girls Clubs of Northeastern Pennsylvania SCRANTON, PA (October 23, 2017)-Marywood University’s Accounting and Finance Club will be holding a program called “Money Matters,” at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Northeastern Pennsylvania on Thursday, November 9, 2017, at 3:45 p.m., at the Boys…

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GUIDING THE COLLEGE BOUND ATHLETE

The road to college for athletes is no longer lined with traditional mile markers. It used to be that batting averages, points per game or yards per carry paved the way for sports stars.  Nowadays, one more percentage is carrying more and more weight. It’s called the grade point average. The days of athletes dreaming…

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SADD Club Members Participate in Anti-Tobacco Training

SADD Club Members Participate in Anti-Tobacco Training The West Scranton High School SADD club members recently participated in an anti-tobacco training program presented by Mr. Anthony Delonti of the American Lung Association.  The students were informed of the negative consequences of tobacco use and were trained to become peer educators to younger students. Pictured are members…

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Marywood University Physician Assistant Students Participate in White Coat Ceremony

Marywood University Physician Assistant Students Participate in White Coat Ceremony   SCRANTON, PA (October 19, 2017)—In the presence of administration, faculty, family, and friends, 50 Marywood Physician Assistant students recently accepted their first white coat, the symbol of responsibility and clinical training. The ceremony concluded with all students and Physician Assistant faculty reciting the Physician…

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Mountain View Annual PTO Craft Fair

Come out to support the annual Mountain View Elementary PTO Craft Fair. It is a free admission indoor event open to the public.  All crafts are homemade/handmade from local artisans. VENDORS WANTED! If you are interested in reserving a space, please contact: MVSDCraftFair@gmail.com  WHEN: November 11th, 2017 from 10am-3pm WHERE: Mt View Elementary School 11748 State Route…

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10 Trick-or-Treating Safety Tips

Halloween is a little over a week away which means there will be people in costumes, candy, trick-or-treaters, and decorations all over town. Halloween is honestly the best excuse to eat as much candy as you want! It is even better when you get to eat your kid’s candy that you told them they weren’t…

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West Scranton High School Homecoming 2017

West Scranton High School Homecoming 2017 West Scranton Seniors Michael Laabs and Brianna Hall were crowned the 2017 Homecoming King and Queen on Friday, October 6. Members of the West Scranton Homecoming Court included: Homecoming Princesses:  Hannah Decker, Keelin McNally, Sara McCauley, and Jessica Hoban Homecoming Princes: Ryan Mangan, Larry Kendricks, Michael Kelly, and Josh Thomas…

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Marywood University’s School Leadership Academy to Host Presentation on  “Leadership in the Best Interest of the Student: Addressing a Culture of Strikes in Pennsylvania Schools”

Marywood University’s School Leadership Academy to Host Presentation on  “Leadership in the Best Interest of the Student: Addressing a Culture of Strikes in Pennsylvania Schools”   SCRANTON, PA (October 9, 2017)—Marywood University’s School Leadership Academy will host a presentation titled, “Leading in the Best Interest of the Student: Addressing a Culture of Strikes in Pennsylvania Schools,” on…

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