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Visit “Giving Station” at Daily Grind Nov. 16 to support students and teachers

| October 19, 2018
Visit “Giving Station” at Daily Grind Nov. 16 to support students and teachers

On Friday, November 16, our entire community can support Solanco students by donating to the Solanco Education Foundation (SEF) through the Extraordinary Give, “Lancaster’s Largest Day of Giving.” Donations will be used by the Solanco Education Foundation to fund college scholarships for graduating Solanco seniors, the middle school STEM team (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math),  […]

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Important opportunity for parents and community members – Resource Night is November 7

| October 16, 2018
Important opportunity for parents and community members – Resource Night is November 7

School counselors receive calls from parents and others who ask about organizations and support services that are available in our community. In response, high school counselor Lindsay Capoferri is bringing many important community resources together at the same place (Solanco High School) at the same time (Wednesday, November 7 from 6 to 8 p.m.) so parents and other […]

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Bids accepted for surplus and obsolete equipment

| October 16, 2018

The Solanco School District is now accepting sealed bids for surplus and obsolete equipment. Bids will be accepted until 4 p.m. on Friday, October 26. Click here for a link - Surplus and Obsolete Equipment Oct2018 - for a list of the items that are available. The items are available for inspection at the Solanco warehouse at 44 […]

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Students learn about potential careers in manufacturing

| October 9, 2018
Students learn about potential careers in manufacturing

Thirty Solanco 9th and 10th grade students participated in Manufacturing Day, a nationwide educational event in which manufacturing companies hosted high school students to increase their awareness and understanding of manufacturing jobs and the availability of manufacturing jobs. “We visited FlexCell and ERC (Environmental Recovery Corporation) in Lancaster City,” said Katie Schick, PCAC College Advisor at […]

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This year’s fall play – The Imaginary Invalid

| October 8, 2018
This year’s fall play – The Imaginary Invalid

Student actors and actresses are now rehearsing for this year’s Solanco fall play, The Imaginary Invalid. Here is information about this popular comedy:  The Imaginary Invalid, famous French playwright Molière’s final and most hilarious play, tells the story of Argan, a hypochondriac, who not only complains of his countless imaginary illness, but also of his rising […]

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Participants sought for STEAM Night on November 12

| October 3, 2018
Participants sought for STEAM Night on November 12

Last year’s STEAM Night at Solanco High School was an incredibly informative, interesting and well-attended event, and local businesses and organizations interested in participating in the 2018 STEAM Night on November 12 are asked to email high school teacher Stacy Shelton. STEAM Night features exciting hands-on activities involving Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM). […]

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Display and sales spaces available in Smith Middle School Holiday Mall

| October 3, 2018

Community members are invited to rent tables and/or display space and participate in the 2nd Annual Smith Holiday Mall. The Holiday Mall, a craft/vendor show and yard sale, will be Saturday, December 1, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at George A. Smith Middle School, 645 Kirkwood Pike in Quarryville. Craft/vendor booth space is $25 for […]

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Distinguished achievement by six members of the Class of 2018

| October 2, 2018
Distinguished achievement by six members of the Class of 2018

Six 2018 Solanco graduates have earned prestigious Advanced Placement (AP) Capstone diplomas. The talented and hard-working students are Paige Crawford, Will Lehman, Abigail Nelson, Sophie Plechner, Tim Schmitt and Christian Stead. “AP Capstone is a diploma program from the College Board, and it’s based on two yearlong AP courses: AP Seminar and AP Research,” Solanco […]

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