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Jason Sperry’s impressive run in the Boston Maraton

| April 21, 2017
Jason Sperry’s impressive run in the Boston Maraton

Solanco High School math teacher Jason Sperry put in a remarkable performance at the Boston Marathon, running the 26.2-mile race in 3 hours, 21 minutes. Impressively, he finished in the top 25-percent among the 27,211 runners who started the race. “The Boston Marathon experience was tremendous,” Sperry said. “I was able to meet and compete […]

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5K run on May 6

| April 20, 2017
5K run on May 6

                    The Solanco Class of 2019 (currently sophomores) is getting  a running start on preparing for its senior prom.  Student leaders will  host a 5K run at 9 a.m. on Saturday, May 6 at the Solanco High School baseball and soccer fields. Student Josh Canale said it’s $25 for students and $30 […]

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Heavy lifting at the high school

| April 12, 2017
Heavy lifting at the high school

Sports Performance Training has been a popular elective at Solanco High School. “Our student-athletes have displayed a noticeable surge of pride in Solanco athletics, our district, and the community,” Solanco High School sports performance and training teacher and head football coach Anthony Cox said. “They have a new-found vision and direction that includes setting goals, hard […]

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Students vie for the title of “Mr. Solanco”

| April 10, 2017
Students vie for the title of “Mr. Solanco”

Our entire community is invited to enjoy an evening of entertainment to be provided by talented and creative Solanco students. The unique and always-competitive Mr. Solanco contest will be Saturday, April 22 at 7 p.m. in the Solanco High School auditorium. The contestants will be (seated, front row) Dylan Hastings, Mike Worthington, Jarrett Girvin, Josh […]

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Snow days will be made up April 13 and May 12

| April 10, 2017

Schools will be open and classes will be in session on Thursday, April 13 and Friday, May 12. Schools were originally scheduled to be closed on those days, but they will be used to make up for the two school days that were lost on March 14 and 15 because of snow.

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Clermont PTO special event for preschoolers and parents

| April 6, 2017
Clermont PTO special event for preschoolers and parents

Young children who will be kindergarten students at Clermont Elementary beginning in August, and their parents, are invited to a unique and informative activity to be hosted by the Clermont PTO on Thursday, May 18. “Popsicles & Preschoolers” will help prepare children and their parents for kindergarten and a successful beginning of their educational careers […]

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Outstanding Smith students honored

| April 6, 2017
Outstanding Smith students honored

Each month, in support of character education, a select group of students is invited to  breakfast with their parents and Smith Middle School Principal Paul Gladfelter. Teachers nominate students for the Breakfast Club in recognition of their display of good character. Unlike the honor roll, which is based solely on academic performance, Breakfast Club winners […]

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Enjoy magnificent student artwork at Lancaster exhibitions

| April 5, 2017
Enjoy magnificent student artwork at Lancaster exhibitions

Beautiful artwork by incredibly-talented Solanco High School and middle school students is now featured in exhibitions at The Lancaster Museum of Art and Demuth Museum. The Lancaster Museum of Art is at 135 North Lime Street in Lancaster, and the Demuth Museum is at 120 East King Street in Lancaster. Both museums are open 10 […]

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