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SEF golf tournament successfully supports students and teachers

SEF golf tournament successfully supports students and teachers

| August 19, 2019

Congratulations to Rick Blevins, Blake Deibler, Dave Herr and Dave Miller, as they were the winning team in the Solanco Education Foundation (SEF) annual golf tournament on Friday (Aug. 16) at Tanglewood Manor Golf Club. The second place team was Greg Ebersole, Gill Ebersole, Mike Kahler and Jim Kreider. The tournament was an enjoyable and successful […]

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Solanco Marching Band show theme – “Heart”

Solanco Marching Band show theme – “Heart”

| August 14, 2019

The 2019 Solanco High School ‘Black and Gold’ Marching Band will provide entertaining and exciting football field shows and marching band showcases this season. “The show will feature the music of composer Randall Standbridge,” Solanco High School Band Director Scott Weyman said. “The show is entitled Heart and is presented in three movement:  Heartrate, Heartbreak; […]

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Tyler Allen is “Emerging Artist” at Red Raven in Lancaster

Tyler Allen is “Emerging Artist” at Red Raven in Lancaster

| August 2, 2019

Image: Reunion, pastel on paper, Tyler Allen “Tyler’s exquisite renderings reflect an exceptionally perceptive insight into his subjects that rivals the work of the best contemporary representational artists,” Solanco High School art teacher Candace Rakers said. Tyler Allen is a 2019 graduate of Solanco High School and has won a long list of awards and scholarships for […]

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Giant makes contributions to community organizations and services

Giant makes contributions to community organizations and services

| June 28, 2019

During its grand opening on June 28, Giant demonstrated support for the Southern End community by donating $1,000 checks to local organizations, including the Solanco School District, Quarryville Fire and Police departments, Solanco Neighborhood Ministries, and the Quarryville Library. Officials with Giant expressed their appreciation to Chip Hassler with the former Ferguson & Hassler store […]

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Solanco Education Foundation Golf Tournament August 16

Solanco Education Foundation Golf Tournament August 16

| June 19, 2019

Local golfers are invited to tee it up in support of Solanco students and teachers during a tournament on Friday, August 16 at Tanglewood Manor Golf Club in Quarryville. The Solanco Education Foundation will use proceeds to fund $1,000 college scholarships to graduating seniors, academic venture grants which enable teachers to implement innovative educational programs […]

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Congratulations to the Solanco Class of 2019!

Congratulations to the Solanco Class of 2019!

| June 11, 2019

Solanco High School seniors received their diplomas on Friday (June 7), at the Solanco High School football field as their parents, siblings, friends, neighbors and our supportive community looked on. Their high school careers finished, the graduates now prepare for the next step in their lives, whether it will be attending college, beginning their career in the workforce, or […]

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Information concerning Dr. Vollmar

| May 9, 2019

Dear Solanco Parents, On April 26th, we wrote you to advise of media reports regarding Dr. William Vollmar being criminally charged for indecent assault of an adult patient in his office.  As a result of that arrest, the School District immediately contacted Lancaster General Health, who subcontracted with Dr. Vollmar since 2010 according to district […]

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Enjoyable summertime learning with new Solanco Reads! program

Enjoyable summertime learning with new Solanco Reads! program

| April 29, 2019

Award-winning Solanco High School artist Matthew Mentz has created beautiful artwork that is featured on t-shirts and book bags to promote Solanco Reads! At its annual parent workshop in April, the Title 1 Reading Department introduced the elementary Solanco Reads! Program. “This is an exciting new program they hope to continue every summer for kindergarten […]

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