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Phys Ed change looms

December 22, 2009 High school students in the Warren County School District could soon be seeing a change in their physical education instruction. more »»

School board’s finance panel favors resolution on tax rate

December 22, 2009 Pending approval from the Warren County School District’s board of school directors, property owners may not be seeing an increase in taxe. more »»

MBA program through Gannon returns to county

December 17, 2009 Warren County residents looking for an advanced business degree but lacking the ability to go off to college for two years or more have an option. more »»

St. Bona president talks about complexities of job

December 5, 2009 The high cost of a college education, worried parents, faculty family issues, dealing with the rise of Hindi and Muslim students in a Catholic university. more »»

Students ‘absolutely love’ dual-enrollment program

December 5, 2009 Two dozen juniors and seniors from the Warren County School District’s four high schools are taking college accredited courses through St. more »»

Schools panel looks at principals in classroom

November 25, 2009 Warren County School District Superintendent Dr. more »»

Ceramics & Books

November 25, 2009 A Giraffe and a Half, the Wild Things and a group of Eisenhower High School students visited Sugar Grove Elementary School last week. more »»

Two-tier alt. ed program detailed

November 24, 2009 The possibility of running a two-tiered alternative education program was discussed further on Monday evening during the Warren County School District’s Curriculum, Instruction and Technology... more »»

Welding shop project on track

November 24, 2009 Work continues on the Warren County Career Center’s welding shop upgrade. more »»

First Steps On Career Path

November 24, 2009 From art to automotive, confections to construction, musician to mortician, Youngsville High School’s career seminar day included a serious variety of professions. more »»

Eisenhower teacher Tim Hanley inspires his students every day

November 17, 2009 From Scranton to Pittsburgh to Eisenhower High School, Tim Hanley is a product of blue collar Pennsylvania. In his sixth year of teaching, Hanley wants his students to do more than lear. more »»

Pottery Partners

November 4, 2009 A discussion about community service turned a little messy for the fifth period ceramics class at Youngsville High School on Tuesday. Messy in a good wa. more »»

Artistic Therapy

November 3, 2009 Some local artists will soon be sharing their skills with displaced workers and recent combat veterans. The group is led by J. Lynne Myers, an artist from Spring Creek. more »»

Shadow Lessons

October 28, 2009 Job shadowing is a good way for students to better understand the careers in which they are interested. more »»

Head Of The Class

October 28, 2009 John R. Stewart, son of Arthur and Susan Stewart of Warren, was recently named a Doane Distinguished Scholar for the 2008-09 academic year at Allegheny College, Meadville. more »»

Teacher Feature

October 21, 2009 Kindergarten teacher Sue Kibbey’s experience provides a valuable resource for her co-workers at Youngsville Elementary/Middle School, particularly her former student and current principal Eric... more »»

Trained To Help

October 14, 2009 Students face many potential barriers to success. Drugs, alcohol, stress and depression are just a few. And students can run into those problems at young ages. more »»

Head Of The Class

October 7, 2009 Jennifer Rae Hankins graduated from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Boston, on Sept. 15 with a master’s degree in physician assistant studies. more »»

Head Of The Class

September 30, 2009 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has announced the winners of the Rensselaer Medal. Nickolas Church of Sugar Grove is this year’s honoree at Eisenhower High School. Son of Paul and Charlene Church. more »»

Learning to shoot the hard way

September 29, 2009 Last Tuesday morning, Fran Hanlin climbed out of a white patrol car, touched the 9mm pistol in his holster and advanced on the sedan in front of him, wanting to see the driver’s license and... more »»

 
 

 

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