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Manchester Township’s Roundtown Elementary: These 4 lessons came from 1 period at the school

‘Journalists use phones, tablets, computers, cameras, notebooks, and pizza!’ Roundtown Elementary third-grade teacher Amy Musone wrote on Twitter. That’s right. All of these tools have their place in the modern journalists’ toolbox – and any journalist knows that you’re often fueled by pizza when chasing after stories. Bill Dissinger illustrated the multi-tasking world of a modern journalist.

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Norman Wood Bridge at sunrise: Surely this is York County – actually Lancaster County – at its best

Linked in/Neat stuff: Hess trucks for sale/Synagogues in York Ah, the Norman Wood Bridge, seen before sunrise, several years ago, as captured by photographer Don McClure. It’s a beautiful span, high above the Susquehanna River. The bridge has a distinctively … Continue reading

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Working on Steam into History’s railroad – Linked in to York County history, 4/11/13

Yorktownsquare.com covers Roundtown’s one-room school, the 40th anniversary of the Vietnam War, YDR/WGAL’s town meeting and working on Steam into History’s railroad

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A school named Airy Hill: Linked in with neat York County, Pa., history stuff – Oct. 21, 2010

York countian Gary Heiland’s photograph shows Airy Hill School located on Davidsburg Road between Pickett Road and Bermudian Church Road. The square structure at the left corner of the front porch is a shed where wood for the pot belly … Continue reading

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