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Wheatland Football is a family affair

Wheatland MS Tigers head football coach Brad Koehler takes special pride in his team’s perfect season this fall. That’s because the Wheatland football program has been in his family for generations. The Tigers wrapped up an undefeated season with a 40-8 win over York Suburban on Oct. 30, finishing 8-0. “I attribute our success to […]

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McCaskey Computer Club students share their love of technology

The McCaskey computer club is forming a bond with residents of Conestoga View Nursing over something they may not have in common–technology. The club visits with residents and helps them with computer-related questions such as how to start an email account, online shopping and using search engines.  The Cyber Senior program was started last year […]

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Gospel Choir to offer free fall concert Nov. 15

McCaskey’s renowned Gospel Choir will offer a Fall Concert on Friday, November 15, 2019, at 7 p.m. in the JP McCaskey High School CAFETERIA. (Please note the location.) Doors open to the public at 6:30 p.m. The concert is FREE. Please join us and support our young people as they present an uplifting evening of […]

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Building trade companies aim recruiting efforts at McCaskey CTE students

Faced with a looming shortage of skilled workers, several members of Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Keystone are ramping up efforts to create pathways for McCaskey High School CTE students into apprenticeship programs and technical careers. Representatives of Benchmark Construction, MVE Group and Brubaker, Inc. visited a building trades class Friday to offer three “career […]

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Wheatland Middle School PT Conferences will be held Monday, November 25th from (10:00 am – 8:00 pm) and Tuesday, November 26th from 8:00 am – 12:00 Noon.

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Wickersham Elementary Office Updates

11/7/19 Thursday Folder Documents and Information  #WickBreakfast, 11/8 @ 8:30am Friday, November 8th is #WickBreakfast! Please join us for coffee, a hearty breakfast, and a chance to find out about all the exciting activities Wickersham is planning. We hope to see you there!   Fall Picture Re-Take Day, 11/12 November 12th is Fall Picture Re-Take […]

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Survey shows confidence in SDoL remains high among parents, students

Nine in 10 parents say they have confidence in the School District of Lancaster, according to the results of the district’s biennial survey. More than 1,600 parents and 6,200 students responded to separate surveys, conducted in the spring by the Center for Opinion Research at Franklin and Marshall College, measuring community perceptions of things like […]

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Tickets on Sale for ‘Servant of Two Masters,’ McCaskey’s Fall Play

If you enjoy high-brow humor with a dash of low-brow comedy, McCaskey’s fall play is for you. Originally crafted during the Commedia dell’Arte era, The Servant of Two Masters is an Italian comedy by playwright Carlo Goldoni. Set in Venice, 1753, McCaskey’s translation pays homage to the stock characters, witty insults and slapstick comedy notably […]

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PA Secretary of Education, Lancaster Mayor celebrate College Application Week

McCaskey Campus seniors are working on hundreds of college applications this week, and Thursday they received some encouragement from two high-profile political leaders. It’s College Application Week, and Pennsylvania Secretary of Education Pedro Rivera and Lancaster City Mayor Danene Sorace dropped in on McCaskey East to meet with students and share their own college application […]

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Poetry Rolls at Ross

Ross Elementary students participated in Poetry Rolls with students from Franklin & Marshall’s Writers House. Poetry Rolls involves college students leading poetry writing workshops and giving kids the opportunity to make poems on a big white van covered in magnetized words. The students enjoyed creating the poems on the van and then using a typewriter […]

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McCaskey Students Attend Minority Law Day at Widener

Twenty (20) students from the McCaskey High School Campus participated in the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Minority Law Day at Widener University in Harrisburg. The day included a panel of law students, breakout sessions facilitated by volunteer attorneys, and a sample lecture led by a law professor. Genesis Torres-Diaz and Jeovany Matilla won awards of excellence […]

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