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News and Announcements
2017-18 Calendar
New School Immunization Regulations Beginning 2017-2018 school year
Mrs. Christian's 4th grade bottle buddies
Crossing Guards Needed - Edwardsville

The Edwardsville Borough​ is seeking applicants for School Crossing Guards.  You need not be an Edwardsville resident.  If interested, please contact the Chief of Police, Mr. David Souchick at (570) 288-8463.
 
Applicants are required to provide up-to-date Child Abuse Clearance, PA State Police Criminal Background Check, and FBI Clearance, which includes fingerprinting. Forms and registration can be obtained at www.KeepKidsSafe.pa.gov. 
Crossing Guards Needed - Kingston

The Municipality of Kingston is seeking applicants for School Crossing Guards.  Applications for the positions are available at the Kingston Municipal Building, 500 Wyoming Avenue, Kingston, Pennsylvania 18704, and also under Employment Opportunities at www.kingstonpa.org.  Hours average 2-3 hours per day at $10 per hour.

Applicants are required to provide up-to-date Child Abuse Clearance, PA State Police Criminal Background Check, and FBI Clearance, which includes fingerprinting. Forms and registration can be obtained at www.KeepKidsSafe.pa.gov.  

The Municipality of Kingston is an equal opportunity employer.
Dana Street Student of the Month
Wyoming Valley West’s Dana Street Elementary Center recently recognized February Students of the Month.  Each grade level selects one student per month who displays excellent character, outstanding behavior, positive attitude toward others and learning, good citizenship, responsibility and respect to peers and teachers.  Each student is rewarded with a pizza from Pizza Bella (Forty Fort), an Applebee’s dinner and an ice cream treat from Blue Ribbon Dairy (West Pittston).  First row is Zoey Matosky (kindergarten); second row from left are Maximus Mylet (first grade) and Vayda Wood (third grade); third row from left are Mr. David Bond (Principal), Adam Prokrifka (second grade), Lily Mahoney (fifth grade), Matthew Baggett (fourth grade) and Mrs. Maylan Nicholson (Guidance Counselor).
Dana Elementary Center Raises Funds to Benefit Komen for the Cure
                                                       
The students at Dana Elementary Center sponsored “Give Change to Make a Change” during the month of October in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month.  Each student was asked to bring in change to support the Northeast chapter of Susan G. Komen for the Cure.  Through the student’s efforts, Dana Elementary was able to raise more than $1000 to donate to the worthy cause.  Pictured in row 1 from left to right is Amelia Nankivell, Haileigh Roof and Nicholas Pokrifka.  In row 2, Mrs. Dolly Woody, Komen NEPA Executive Director, William Bell, Tyler Ruddy, Cole Hospodar, Adam Pokrifka and Mrs. Maylan Nicholson, School Counselor. 

 
October Student of the Month
Wyoming Valley West’s Dana Street Elementary Center recently recognized October Students of the Month.  Each grade level selects one student per month who displays excellent character, outstanding behavior, positive attitude toward others and learning, good citizenship, responsibility and respect to peers and teachers.  Each student is rewarded with a pizza from Pizza Bella (Forty Fort), an Applebee’s dinner and an ice cream treat from Blue Ribbon Dairy (West Pittston).  First row from left are Haileigh Roof (first grade), Kyle Pitcavage (second grade) and Kaylee Shaw (fourth grade); second row from left are Mr. David Bond (Principal), Liam Corbett (third grade), Julia Godfrey (fifth grade) and Mrs. Maylan Nicholson (Guidance Counselor).  Absent from photo is Ryan Cardillo (kindergarten).

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Luzerne County Head Start Information

Luzerne County Head Start, Inc. is a free preschool education and home visiting program dedicated to enriching the physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development of children from birth to age five. The program offers comprehensive health, nutritional, and other support services to eligible pregnant women, children and families. Luzerne County Head Start, Inc. is a private non-profit organization that provides services in Luzerne and Wyoming Counties. We are dedicated to helping children attain school readiness and build a strong educational foundation.

Contact us today!  (570) 829-6231

To learn more about the services we offer, visit our website:  http://lchs.hsweb.org

To contact our Recruitment Office in order to apply for the program, visit our website and select the recruitment image at the top of the page.
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