Written by Dan Miller
A property tax increase appears all but certain in 2015-16 for Middletown Area School District residents, but it won’t be as high as what was presented as part of the district’s “worst-case scenario” on Monday, Jan. 26.
Right now the district is looking at a 4.6 percent tax increase needed to close a deficit projected at just over $1 million by David Franklin, assistant superintendent for finance and operations.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 January 2015 11:05
If you like to run – or just walk – here’s how to turn your fleet feet into cash to support a good cause.
On Saturday, Nov. 15, a 5-kilometer “Raiders Run for a Cure” to raise money for the Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital will be held at Middletown Area High School. The event will also include a Mile Fun Run.
All proceeds from both events will go toward the Middletown Area High School Mini-THON, which benefits the Four Diamonds Fund at the children’s hospital.
The 5K will start at the high school at 8:30 a.m. Walkers will start at 8:45 a.m.
The Mile Fun Run will start at the high school track at about 9:30 a.m. All students who take part in the Fun Run will get medals and goody bags.
You can register now online by going to raiderweb.org or register the day of the event.
The Mini-THON is a smaller version of Penn State’s THON, which also supports the Four Diamonds Fund. Considered the largest student-run philanthropy in the world, THON has raised more than $114 million since 1977.
Middletown Area’s Mini-THON raised $16,720 last May.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 November 2014 16:45
Middletown Area Middle School has announced its Distinguished Honor Roll and Honor Roll for the second marking period:
Distinguished Honor Roll
Grade 6: Nicole Altland, Macy Appleby, Johnicia Badgett, Madison Baumgardner, Ean Benner, Daniel Brenner, Paige Burger, Megan Burghdorf, William Cleland, Austin DiPofi, Jordyn Dupes, Dane Ebersole, Chloe Erb, Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Cayla Garman, Alexis Habbershon, Hailey Hockenberry, Timothy Kleinfelter, Zachary Malay, Madalyne McGovern, Garrett Miller, Haven Miller, Jaden Miller, Anna Shank, Joseph Spear, Sara Starliper, Angelina Torres, Raymond Truntz and Justin Yohn.
Grade 7: Hayli Akakpo-Martin, Ryan Berstler, Edward Evans, Stephanie Finsterbush, Mason Garza, Terrance Jefferson, Alexandria Kennedy, Kaitlyn Knaub, Benjamin Knisely, Edgar Lopez, Aayushi Patel, Ian Pirkey, Jade Senior, Aiden Sessa, Abigail Wisniewski, Noah Yeich and Lexi Zimmer.
Grade 8: David Alcock, Donovan Brady, Isabella Fegley, Sarah Fluke, Madison Garber, Adrienne German, Blake Jacoby, Morgan Kennedy, Jared Knaub, Alexcia Kolish, Thomas Lee, Keely Lombardi, Shelby Luther, Ivianna Martnishn, Steven Mosher, Jerrod Myers, Desia Perry, Marissa Redline, Jacob Spear, Alayna Thomas and Gabriel Wisniewski.
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Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 February 2014 15:47
Written by Noelle Barrett
While many young, first-time voters took to the polls to vote with parents and relatives, a group of students at Steelton-Highspire had a unique opportunity to go together.
The district offered transportation and guidance for students eligible to vote for the first time.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 November 2012 12:42
Written by Noelle Barrett
“Have you ever wished you could actually understand Shakespeare? Challenge accepted.”
Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 November 2012 11:19