Monthly Archives: December 2013

PHEAA: Be ready for FAFSA in the new year

Did you make your plans for ringing in 2014? Do they include filling out financial forms? Because PHEAA wants high school seniors and their families to get ready to complete the FAFSA as soon as possible after Jan. 1.

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West Shore to auction items from Lemoyne Middle School

The West Shore School District will auction off items from Lemoyne MIddle School in February.

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Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12 deal provides faster, cheaper Internet for schools

A new contract with Comcast Business is providing members of the Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12 with faster, less costly Internet access.

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New Hope Academy matters could see court in January, March

According to the docket sheet for New Hope Academy Charter School’s appeal case, there could be some motion in January and March.

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Events slated to celebrate HACC’s 50th anniversary

HACC will hold a year of events to celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2014, according to a news release.

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Dallastown science and engineering fair set for January

More than 300 student projects are registered in 11 categories for the 54th annual Dallastown Area High School Science and Engineering Fair, which will be held Jan. 24 to 26, according to a news release.

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Local student’s artwork graces holiday cards

Check out your holiday cards this year – you might see some artwork from a local student.

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Red Lion educators take technology to Congress

Three Red Lion Area School District educators headed to Washington D.C. to give some lessons in classroom technology to legislators, including U.S. Rep. Scott Perry, R-York County.

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York City approves school police job descriptions

Last night, the York City School Board approved the creation of the positions of school police chief and school police officer.

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New career mentoring program starts at HACC in January

A new career mentoring program, formed by HACC’s career services office and the alumni relations department, will start in January 2014.

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