Monthly Archives: January 2015

Check out events for Catholic Schools Week

Catholic Schools Week is Jan. 24 to 30, and schools around York County will be among those celebrating with the theme of “Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.” Events begin Saturday, with a York Deanery Celebration Mass at 4 p.m. … Continue reading

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A look at appeal issues York City might raise

What will the York City School District bring up as it appeals a judge’s appointment of a receiver? We have a little bit better idea, from some documents filed in court today. Previously, the district was told by the court … Continue reading

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City teachers attending Wolf inauguration day breakfast

York City teacher Clovis Gallon will be among those attending a breakfast with Gov.-elect Tom Wolf on inauguration day. Gallon said the VFW in Mount Wolf is hosting a breakfast where Wolf is expected to appear, and the past commander … Continue reading

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Students urge parents to call about charter alternatives

Some William Penn Senior High School students are distributing fliers, urging parents who don’t want their child to attend a charter school to let the state education department and chief recovery officer David Meckley know. Ashlee DeSantis, a student who … Continue reading

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State website includes more district financial info

You can now find more school district financial information on the same website you find school academic scores. Today, state Rep. Jim Christiana, who was behind the SchoolWATCH proposal, announced that the additional information can be found on the PA … Continue reading

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Hershey Story contest recognizes young writers

Entries are being accepted until Feb. 15 for the “History Contest for Young Writers,” sponsored by the The Hershey Story, the Museum on Chocolate Avenue, according to a news release. The contest is open to students in grades five through … Continue reading

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