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Snow in Store Today, Schools Close Early

Franklin County could get as much as three inches of snow this afternoon and tonight if meteorologists with the National Weather Service are right.

AG Launches Safe2Say Something Week

The Office of Attorney General today launched Safe2Say Something Week. The Pennsylvania House and Senate are expected to designate the week of September.

CASHS Assistant Principal Stresses the Importance of Creating Connections

Dr. Lisa Schoenleber, CASHS assistant principal, published an article in the spring 2019 edition of the Pennsylvania Administrator Magazine entitled, "Creating Connections."

TSD Letter to Families: Back to School Events

Happy Back To School season! I’m sure you’ll be hearing from your students’ building leadership this week if you have not already.

CASD Sets 2019-20 Open House Dates for K-5

The Chambersburg Area School District will hold open houses for new and returning elementary school students for the 2019-2020 school year beginning August 19th.

Farm-to-School Act for Pre-K to 5th Grade

The House Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee on Wednesday approved a package of bills that included one sponsored by Rep. John Hershey (R-Juniata/Mifflin/Franklin) in pursuit of supporting agriculture education.

School Quilt Project to Benefit Charities

ReliAvail I.T. Company and The Foundry artists’ cooperative today announced the unveiling of a joint fundraising contest that aims to raise funds and awareness for two area charities, along with their youngest benefactor.

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