Monthly Archives: March 2014

New Hope releases ‘open letter’ video to York City board

New Hope Academy Charter School sent out a video today, which says it is an “open letter” to York City School Board members from the students who weren’t allowed to speak at public comment last week.

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Help a York Suburban educator win a spot at a tech summit

York Suburban School District teacher Kevin Willson is trying to attend the 2014 Global SMART Exemplary Educator Summit this summer, and you can help.

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Coalition presses for action on expanding pre-k access

Organizations around the state have joined to make access to stress the importance of expanding pre-kindergarten in this election year.

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York Tech students’ work displayed at American Welding Society

The work of York County School of Technology students is now hanging in the international headquarters of the American Welding Society, according to welding and metal fabrication instructor Brian Yarrison.

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South Western, York Suburban students head to state Mathcounts competition

Two teams of local students will compete in the state level of the Mathcounts Competition Series tomorrow in Harrisburg.

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Red Lion continues to examine options for closing budget deficit

The Red Lion Area School District continues to evaluate options for closing a $2.3 million gap between projected expenses and revenue for next school year.

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NEA grant to help York City with recovery plan

A $249,000 grant from the National Education Association will help with implementation of the York City School District’s financial recovery plan, according to a news release.

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College students to help with York Habitat project

Three colleges will send students to help with a York Habitat for Humanity project this month.

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