The Palmyra Public Library will be hosting a summer learning series with the theme “Oceans of Possibilities.”
Lebanon Valley College is prepared to welcome 30-40 nursing students this fall, the first class of its new nursing program, as it gets construction of their new school building underway.
The Krypton Cougars, a Palmyra-based high school robotics squad, is headed to Houston this week to compete in the FIRST Championship.
Lebanon’s Northwest Elementary hopes to promote student and family engagement with a new laundry program. Its organizers are currently looking for supply donations after being given a headstart thanks to Majik Rent-To-Own.
A bill put forth to the Pennsylvania House aims to return whole milk to schools in the commonwealth in advance of any federal action on the matter.
Camp Cadet aims to provide local youth with a positive growth experience using a framework of a “mini” police academy.
The Krypton Cougars, a Palmyra-based high school robotics squad, took a top spot at a FIRST Mid-Atlantic district competition earlier this month.
This regaining of local control means that many districts have reverted back to their previously approved Health and Safety Plans, which allowed for optional masking for staff and students rather than mandated masking.
The Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery at Lebanon Valley College will receive a new $1.5 million gift from its namesake donor to create a new endowed gallery directorship position, the college announced Wednesday, Dec. 15.
Following a recent ruling by a Pa. Commonwealth Court, some districts found themselves in a state of uncertainty.
The Cornwall-Lebanon School District recently invited members of the media and general public to visit Union Canal Elementary School after-hours and see the completed renovations and construction project outside of the hustle and bustle of the school day.
Masks were for a brief moment optional at Palmyra Area School District, according to a letter sent out to parents on Wednesday afternoon.
Living up to their namesake, Henry Houck Elementary School will be celebrating World Kindness Day this week.
The Lebanon County Career and Technology Center will hold an open house on Thursday, Nov. 11.
With help through a grant by the Lebanon Kiwanis Club, the Richland Community Library and ELCO Intermediate School have brought the FeederWatch program to Lebanon County.