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Lower Dauphin School District will be well represented at the Dauphin County Band Festival on Feb. 15-16 at Susquehanna Township High School. From the high school will be Hayden Milic and Hayden … more
Middletown Area High School seniors Alexis Harmon and Timothy Nevil recently were selected as December’s Students of the Month. Alexis is the daughter of Brad Harmon and Lisa Wolf. She is … more
Eighth-grader Jordan Miller beat out nine other Middletown Area Middle School students in the annual National Geographic Geography Bee at the school Jan. 8. The students were awarded a … more
Two Lower Dauphin High School seniors recently received monthly honors. Avery Cassel was named Young Student of the Month for November by the Rotary Club of Hummelstown. Avery is the daughter … more
There’s a long piece of white paper rolled across the floor of Jannelle Shuey’s first-grade classroom at Fink Elementary School. It was a Monday in late October, and Shuey’s … more
Fifth-graders in gifted programs at four area school districts worked together to try to build towers that could withstand wind, an earthquake and weight. The students from Middletown Area School … more
In the fifth tie-breaker round, Lower Dauphin Middle School eighth-grader Toby Waters’ knowledge of Iceland proved to be the difference in winning the school’s annual Geography Bee on … more
To Kunkel Elementary School fourth-grader Colin Buggy, it felt like he was an astronaut. Kunkel fourth-graders recently had the chance to test virtual reality goggles brought to the school by the … more
Two Lower Dauphin High School seniors recently were honored by local organizations. Annie Dickinson was named Young Student of the Month for October by the Rotary Club of Hummelstown. Annie is … more
Lower Dauphin High School recently announced its distinguished honor roll and honor roll for the first period. Distinguished Honor Roll requires all “A’s” or perfect marks. For the … more
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