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Parents, it's summer, but we really want to hear your thoughts on how we are doing as your child's school district. Take our survey when you have a few minutes: www.parklandsd.org/survey/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Super cool that these FBLA state finalists competed in Nationals in Los Angeles! Congrats A Khandelwal for placing 3rd in Insurance & Risk! ... See MoreSee Less
I am the very proud advisor of these students! Great trip with great kids!!!!
Extensive damage to athletic fields on Friday night. If you have any info about this, please call 610-351-5503 to help us find the culprit. ... See MoreSee Less
Someone caused extensive damage to the football and soccer athletic fields on Friday night by driving on them when they were very wet. It will be costly to fix the damage as the ruts will need to be filled in with dirt. We are searching for the culprit. Please contact David Keppel, Director of School Services, with any information at 610-351-5503 or the contact the South Whitehall Township Police. ... See MoreSee Less
cameras might be in order. That's awful.
I guess they have not figured out that either they or their parents or someone will have to pay for it. Nobody wins here, not even the culprits.
Wouldn't need much run a camera at dusk or later to capture all the traffic that slides through the school ..mainly to capture license plates or township police monitor!!
Use the money you get from charging everyone to watch their kids play sports at your campus. That should take care of it.
Or use the school tax money that is collected every year by everyone in the district
This isn't from a car
This is awful. I'm just curious - doesn't the school's property insurance cover this loss? I realize it's a terrible situation either way, but I have heard others say that this expense will come "straight out of taxpayer's pockets." That doesn't seem quite right - it seems like this would be an insurance claim. I'm so sorry the field was ruined. I hope this doesn't affect practice.
TI:ME (Technology Institute for Music Educators) held its 2nd annual Student Composition Contest. A distinguished panel of judges consisting of highly regarded music educators, technology specialists, published authors, professional composers, and music industry veterans evaluated musical creations entered by middle school through college-aged students from all over the U.S. in several technology-rich categories.
Grace Lerew (PHS ’17) won in the music for Multimedia category for her original score for the Graham Burrell (PHS ’17) film, “Down.” Grace will receive a prize package of music composition/production software valued at over $1,000. Grace also received an honorable mention in the Covers, Remixes & Loop-Based Projects category for her remix of Brahms’ “Hungarian Rhapsody.”
In addition, Parkland High School’s Alex Tridico (PHS ’17) also received an honorable mention in the Covers, Remixes & Loop-Based Projects category for his remix of the traditional tune, “Greensleeves.” To learn more about the contest, and the other winners, visit: bit.ly/2sWKOdk ... See MoreSee Less
The O.M.S. Stand for the Silent Kindness Club hosted guest speaker Catherine Riley in June. Riley, a 40 year-old professional with Down's Syndrome, works as a teacher's aide, motivational speaker, and advocate for those with special needs. She shared her experiences growing up with a disability, promoted her campaign to help eliminate the "R" word, and discussed how we all can be advocates for those who are differently abled. ... See MoreSee Less
Good for you, Catherine!
Love this!! You are such an inspiration Catherine!!♡♡♡
I LOVE this!
She is one in a million ...love her
Great job Catherine!! This is AWESOME!!
Way to go Catherine! :-)
How wonderful !!! So pretty❤️❤️
You go girl...wonderful
Molly Riley-Cygan would she be interested in speaking at inservice to my Paraprofessional staff at Brandywine Aug 1st and Conestoga Valley Aug 17th?
Way to go Catherine. I was so happy to see it was Parkland School District. I did my student teaching for them and they hired me when i graduated from ESU. So proud of the work you do Catherine.
Catherine Riley this is beyond awesome!!!!!❤️
Catherine-You continue to make such a difference in this world! Could never THANK YOU enough for all your advocacy work! You are such an inspiration to everyone! 😍😍😍