Tag Archives: Red Lion School District

Neff’s one-room school in Red Lion: ‘It’s dilapidated now. But it’s going to be really great soon’

Linked in/Neat stuff: Mud sale defined/Test your Glen Rock smarts Red Lion, Pa., students work on the old Neff School near the high school. That’s good practical education, for one thing. And this means the preservation of another one-room school. … Continue reading

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York County school machete attack survivor: ‘The future will show me exactly what it’s for’

Recent Red Lion grad Sarah Amspacher sits at the memorial at North Hopewell-Winterstown Elementary School in Winterstown, Pa. As a kindergartener, she survived an attack by machete wielding William Michael Stankewicz.

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Easter forgiveness, reconciliation and Amish grace

In these days of the ridiculous “Amish Mafia” reality show, the grace of the Amish should be placed more squarely under a strong spotlight – a spotlight appropriate for Easter Day

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York County can – and must – connect with grieving Connecticut community, Part II

York County journalists traveled to Newtown, Conn., to help sister newsroom at the New Haven Register cover the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School

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School violence in Red Lion: When bad things happen to good towns

Handprints cover the Red Lion Area Junior High School cafeteria honoring Principal Eugene Segro. For junior high students Josh Campbell, left, and Chad Waltemyer were in the lunchroom in 2003, when classmate Jimmy Sheets shot and killed Principal Eugene Segro. … Continue reading

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