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Dr. E. Lee Felder, Jr., Ed.D., Major (Ret), USAF, CM, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, ACG, director of Human Resources at Marywood University

Dr. E. Lee Felder, Jr., director of Human Resources (HR) at Marywood University was recently elected to the Northeast Pennsylvania (NEPA) Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). SHRM is a local resource of excellence for networking, professional development and continued support in Human Resources. NEPA SHRM strives to provide a variety of…

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Valley View School News

Valley View School District celebrated National Apprenticeship Week. This event highlighted the benefits of apprenticeship in preparing a highly-skilled workforce to meet the talent needs of employers across diverse industries. From Left to Right: Maria Bernardo, Lackawanna County Workforce Development Board Special Projects Manager; Chris Burak, VVHS Transition Coordinator; Lori Kelley, VVHS School Counselor; Mike…

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Valley View School News

Two Valley View Seniors, Trinity Lewis and Lorna Yushinsky, were awarded WVIA’s Artist of the Week. The Artist of the Week program features two students from each of WVIA member high schools who have demonstrated exceptional achievement in visual arts, theatre, music or dance. They recently visited WVIA studios for their interviews and highlights of Trinity’s artwork and…

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Valley View School News

3 students from Valley View High School qualified for the PMEA District 9 Band Festival which will be held at Pittston Area on January 24th – 26th. The students that qualified (pictured below, listed left to right) are Mia Mercatili on Clarinet, Beatrice Chindemi on Trombone, and Micayla Matamoros on Clarinet. They will represent Valley…

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Valley View School News

The Valley View National Honor Society visited the Scranton Cultural Center on November 20th to help organize and set up Thanksgiving dinner for Friends of the Poor. Friends of the Poor is a non-profit charitable organization who helps individuals in need of assistance such as providing food, clothing, emergency assistance, household items, and furniture. In…

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Marywood University to Offer Transfer Opportunity

Marywood University will hold an on-campus Transfer Day program for college students or former college students considering transferring to Marywood University. We welcome transfer students at all stages of their college careers. In a single visit on Thursday, December 13, 2018, from 2-6 p.m., visitors can discuss financial aid and scholarship options, transfer credits, take…

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Marywood University Students and Administrators Are Making an Impact on the Community

A recent grant, funded by The Robert H. Spitz Foundation, is giving Marywood University representatives the opportunity to make an immediate impact on the community. The STARS, Students Together Achieving Remarkable Success, Program, an after-school mentoring/homework help program for students in grades 7-12 has been established in the community. With the continuous growth of the…

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Devil Pride October Old Forge High School

Mr. Chris 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: Elizabeth Cummings- Grade 7, Nicholas Rasmus- Grade 9, Monica Xavier-…

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STEM event at ITE

Per Mrs. Coyne and Mr. Stefani, please be aware of the following STEM event at ITE:  Starting on November 19th, students 5th grade will be putting their problem solving and mathematical skills to the test as they design and construct solutions to STEM challenges with a Thanksgiving theme. We will be creating and measuring our…

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