Monthly Archives: November 2013

York Catholic grad keeps running as tribute to late husband, Dustin Rhodes

Through one state and step at a time, Rebecca Rhodes will honor her late husband’s memory.
With Pennsylvania and Nevada under her belt, Rhodes plans to run across the United States to raise awareness for brain cancer — an aggressive disease that took her York Catholic High School sweetheart, Dustin, in July.

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Red Lion students raise more than $10,000 for Habitat project

Red Lion Area School District students gathered up their quarters and raised more than $10,000 for a Habitat for Humanity project.

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York County schools giving back this Thanksgiving

Schools around York County are in the giving mood this Thanksgiving.

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Report: More districts charging a fee for sports participation

It’s becoming more common for school districts to ask families to pay a fee for students to participate in athletics, according to a report released by the Pennsylvania School Boards Association last week.

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Attorney: Expelled York College student was a ‘scapegoat’ in hazing investigation

An attorney for an expelled York College student said his client became a “scapegoat” after an investigation into alleged physical assault and hazing. Michael Pileggi, the attorney for Jeffrey Goldhagen, said Goldhagen and one other student were expelled. “…(T)he other … Continue reading

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York County teachers named outstanding by Shippensburg University

Each year, the Shippensburg University School Study Council recognizes outstanding teachers, and some from York County always make the list.

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West Shore accepts superintendent retirement, appoints replacement

West Shore School District appointed a new superintendent last night, according to Ryan Argot, district spokesman.

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Program that took Spring Grove students to NASA has been cut

A program that allowed some Spring Grove Area High School students to design a rocket and launch it at NASA facilities last year has been canceled, according to the Spring Grove teacher who worked with the students.

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York Suburban taking applications for board seat

The York Suburban School Board is now taking applications for someone to fill the remaining two years of a four-year seat on the board.

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Northeastern uses Twitter to learn kids’ lunch concerns

Northeastern School District used Twitter to find out why kids wanted to boycott school lunch.

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