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CVAS encourages anyone interested in bringing a four-legged friend into their home to check out the wonderful animals available for adoptions at the shelter.
CASD taxpayer Tracy Hershey takes Dr. Dion Betts and the CASD board to task in letter publicly criticizing Betts.
Because of continued concerns about transmission of COVID-19 and more restrictive guidelines for large indoor gatherings, commencement ceremonies for May and August graduates, planned to take place on campus September 12, will be offered in a virtual format.
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Secretary of Education Pedro A. Rivera said his decision to close all schools for the additional period aligns with the governor’s stay-at-home directive announced.
Franklin County schools will remain closed into April as state officials battle a spreading Coronavirus threat. The numbers of new cases of COVID-19 are rising rapidly across the state.
Students from the Franklin County Career and Technology Center will visit CAMS South next week for the 3rd Annual Careers Road Show.
Students in the Strategy Implementation class in the John L. Grove College of Business at Shippensburg University want to show their Raider pride this year.
Kathryn Chiarizia, a student at Waynesboro Area Senior High School, has been selected to represent Waynesboro, PA as a National Youth Correspondent to the 2020 Washington Journalism and Media Conference at George Mason University.
February 15th, 2020, will be remembered as a landmark date for the Cadets of Chambersburg Area Senior High School’s (CASHS) Navy Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (NJROTC) Program.
The Muhibbah Club, Wilson’s international student organization, will host a dinner featuring dishes from around the world March 7.
Mastriano presented Fugate with the citation at the senator’s downtown Chambersburg office last week.
It takes a village… so the saying goes. Tom Knepper, Stevens Elementary School principal, credits the entire Stevens community with the success of its Title I program.
Seven graduating Cadets from the Chambersburg Area School District Navy Junior ROTC Program spent a day on Capitol Hill recently, touring the Nation’s Capital and learning more about the Federal Government.
Cathy Dusman was “extremely surprised” to hear her contract with Chambersburg Area School District was not going to be renewed when first told about it a few days before it appeared on a school board agenda last month.