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Parent-teacher conferences and other important activities in November

| November 12, 2019

In early to mid-November, there will be a number of important and enjoyable opportunities for parents and grandparents to become more involved in their child’s education. Parental involvement is a key factor in a child’s success in school, and parents are encouraged to participate in the following school activities: Parent-teacher conferences: Swift Middle School Tuesday, November […]

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Providence PTO fundraising auction

| November 6, 2019

Our entire community is invited to an entertaining and exciting auction to be held Friday, November 15 to support teachers and students at Providence Elementary School. Providence PTO President Shannon Howell said items that will be available include “tickets to the Fulton Theatre in Lancaster and Sight and Sound, gift cards to local stores and restaurants, […]

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Students of the Month

Students of the Month

| November 5, 2019

Superintendent Dr. Brian Bliss and the Solanco School Board have honored the Students of the Month. Front row: Makayla Sellers (3rd grade, Quarryville Elementary), Lilianna Barajas (kindergarten, Bart-Colerain), Vontie Collins (3rd, Providence). Back row: Uriel Roblero Gonzalez (8th, Smith Middle School), Josie Janssen (8th, Swift Middle School), George Sensenig (12th, high school), Bryce Martin (5th, […]

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Parent-teacher conferences and other important activities in November

| November 4, 2019

In early to mid-November, there will be a number of important and enjoyable opportunities for parents and grandparents to become more involved in their child’s education. Parental involvement is a key factor in a child’s success in school, and parents are encouraged to participate in the following school activities: Parent-teacher conferences: All Solanco elementary schools Thursday, […]

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Coats for Kids Campaign – providing warmth and comfort

Coats for Kids Campaign – providing warmth and comfort

| October 31, 2019

Solanco students, staff and community members are working to ensure that all local residents will have warm clothing for the winter months ahead. The annual Coats for Kids Campaign is underway at Smith Middle School and throughout  Solanco and gently-used newer coats, heavy sweaters, hats, scarves, gloves and mittens – for children and adults – are […]

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Young children and parents invited to safe, entertaining trick-or-treating at the high school

Young children and parents invited to safe, entertaining trick-or-treating at the high school

| October 18, 2019

Halloween Hallways at the high school is enjoyed by hundreds of excited young children and their parents each year. The incredibly popular community activity will be held Thursday, October 24 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Solanco High School students will provide local youngsters with safe and educational trick-or-treating. Children will enjoy the hallways and rooms that have been decorated by high […]

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Students of the Month

Students of the Month

| October 8, 2019

Superintendent Dr. Brian Bliss and the Solanco School Board have honored the Students of the Month. Front row: Grant McElroy (3rd grade, Providence Elementary), Delaney Palmer (5th, Quarryville Elementary), Lillie Jamison (5th, Bart-Colerain Elementary). Back row: Charlie Cooney (4th, Clermont Elementary), Brandon Daniel-Morales (12th, high school), Pryscylla Garvey-Rutledge (8th, Swift Middle School), Cody Rose (8th, […]

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Solanco Education Foundation awards teacher grants to fund educational programs

Solanco Education Foundation awards teacher grants to fund educational programs

| October 8, 2019

The Solanco Education Foundation (SEF) has awarded 11 Academic Venture Grants totaling $5,500 to teachers that will enable them to provide new educational programs and tools for students in Solanco schools. Front row: Jessica Ryan, Rich Miller, Susan Zunino, Denise Deaven. Back row: Lisa Tome, Alexandria DeCicco, Leah Willis, Jessica Knoll. (Missing from photo: Kay […]

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