A feasibility study conducted by Northern Lebanon School District has concluded, with designs now in progress for the identified improvements.
The pandemic has led Olivia Tobias, a senior at Cedar Crest High School, to choose an alternative course of study for this semester.
To apply for the program, students must have a minimum high school GPA of 3.5 and be in the top 20% of their high school class.
As part of an ongoing series of articles documenting the area through drone photography, LebTown has gathered dozens of pictures of the county’s six school districts, plus the now-closed private school Lebanon Catholic, over the last few months.
Palmyra Area School District is considering instituting a series of 19 half-days for students to give teachers more time for planning and preparation.
School officials are still waiting to learn how quickly a structural issue at Annville Elementary School can be resolved – and how soon the school can reopen for use.
Registration is now open for the fall programs and the season starts on Monday, Sept. 21.
Harrisburg Area Community College has announced that its five campuses will remain mostly closed through the spring semester.
Palmyra Area School District has reported its first positive COVID-19 diagnosis at the high school.
The substantial grant funds will go towards assisting and developing student-faculty research in theoretical nuclear physics at LVC.
This year is the 29th Anniversary of the Scholarship Fund.
The Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery at Lebanon Valley College has received a major donation of 45 landscape paintings, most of them 19th-century American works, from Hilary Peery Vesell of Hershey.
Two anti-racism workshops, similar to the one in early June, are planned for September, and they hope to also hold workshops about civic education and discussions about the intersection between the black community and the Jewish and LGBT+ communities.
Laurie Bowersox, who was named principal of the Annville-Cleona High and Middle schools earlier this year, was chosen as one of the county’s “hidden heroes” for her work in education.
The message for parents who are considering cyber learning in the COVID era is to contact their school district first to see what’s available.