Old Forge Honor Roll, Correction

Because of an editorial error, the seventh-grade portion of last week’s listing of the Old Forge School District fourth-quarter honor roll was incorrect. We regret the error. This is the correct honor roll. Grade 12 Brendan Bordick-Lesavage, Kathryn Bound (read more)

Sixth-Grade Grads

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Old Forge Elementary recently held a graduation ceremony for its sixth-graders. (read more)

Winning Poets

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“Humble and pride is what comes to mind when I think of this year’s poetry contest winners,” teacher and advisor Paula Marsico said of the students in her poetry group. “I am not sure they realize the multitude of their success.” This year, the Old Forge (read more)

How To Build a Bridge

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From left: Stone Cordiano, Joe Solfanelli, Tyler Zamerowski, Ian Charnetski, Ian Bialkowski, along with Patricia Warunek, Old Forge Elementary gifted teacher, and Sal Luzio Jr. from Geo-Science Engineering, who spoke with the students on how much works go (read more)

French Club Fundraising

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Students of the Old Forge High School French club collected food items to be donated to the Ronald McDonald House of Scranton. Ashley Kempa (left) was the 2016 club president and Lexi Tayoun was the 2015 club president. (read more)

Recycling Competition

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Riverside Elementary West students were first-place winners in this year’s GreenSylvania recycling competition. Riverside West won a $1,000 grant from Walmart Distribution Center No. 6080. From left, front row: Quinn Coyle and Francesca Wincovitch. Back r (read more)

Devil Pride Students

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The Old Forge School District announced the “Devil Pride” elementary school students. The students were chosen based on their recognition for outstanding demonstrations of Devil Pride. Pride stands for Prepared, Respectful, Independent, Dependable and Exa (read more)

Autism Donation

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Student Council members from Riverside Elementary West presented a check to the Parents Loving Children Through Autism (PLCTA) Foundation. From left, front row: Mitchell Gray, Dominic DeAngelo, Will Taylor, Brady Pavalonis, Joseph Gaughan and Austin Hogan (read more)

Preschool Grads

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The Little Biggar Preschool in Taylor recently held its graduation ceremony. (read more)

DARE Graduation

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Old Forge Elementary students in grade five participated in the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) program. Students welcomed Officer Buggey-Davies as she guided them in resisting pressures and making positive life choices. Students are pictured with (read more)

Snapshots

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Moments from Old Forge High School’s recent graduation ceremony. PHOTOS BOB KOLVECK (read more)

Tomorrow’s Leaders

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The Leadership Lackawanna teen program, Tomorrow’s Leaders Today, recently met at Lackawanna College in Scranton for its graduation recognition ceremony. The seven-month program develops the leadership, interpersonal and managerial skills of juniors and p (read more)

Snapshots

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Old Forge Elementary recently held its annual Field Day. (read more)

Role Models

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Riverside Elementary West named its monthly “role models.” From left, first row: Riley Odzana, Steven Fuentes Perez, Jayda Gallagher, Kiara Castillo, Jordana O’Hara, Samantha Canavan and Lorenzo Hernandez. Second row: Curtis Lipisko, Ella Sottile, Brandon (read more)

Devil Pride Students

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Old Forge School District named Devil Pride high school students, chosen based on their recognition for outstanding demonstrations of Devil Pride, which stands for Prepared, Respectful, Independent, Dependable and Example to others. From left: Santino Bri (read more)

Legal Lessons

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Attorney William Byrne, representing the Lackawanna Bar Association, presented “Lawers in the Classroom” to the fourth-grade students at Riverside Elementary West School. From left: Leah Pfeiffer, Michael Maslanka, Dominick DeAngelo, Alyssa Fox, Emma Byrn (read more)



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