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At the 2017 Pennsylvania Farm Show, Kunkel Elementary School students presented their classroom project on aquaponics in partnership with INTAG (Integrated Agricultural Systems). As the … more
Lower Dauphin High School’s PRIDE program seeks to recognize students who display the five character traits of Perseverance, Respect, Integrity, Determination and Excellence. About 40 … more
Lower Dauphin sixth-graders Drake Risser and Joey Scharmer; eighth-graders Logan Devine and Jack Francis; middle school band director Greg Hutchison; and high school junior Reese LaDuke all performed … more
Ten Middletown Area Middle School students went head-to-head in the annual National Geographic Geography Bee on Tuesday. The participants were awarded a spot in the bee by placing … more
Lower Dauphin Middle School seventh-grader Toby Waters knew that Ecuador was the smallest and most densely populated country on South America’s Pacific coast. That knowledge earned him the win … more
As Jamar Neal listened to the story “Arthur’s Thanksgiving” being read by Kunkel Elementary School teacher Lianna Houtz on Tuesday, Nov. 21, his friend Mia was sitting next to … more
What would a water ride look like if it was designed by fifth-graders? You’d know the answer had you been at Kunkel Elementary School on Wednesday, Dec. 20. Fifth-graders in the gifted … more
Nine-year-old Ilian Veliz Lugo had never seen snow before in her life, until she saw it falling in Middletown a few weeks ago. “I like it,” Ilian said. Ilian and her father, Manuel … more
Ten rounds after they ran out of words from the official list, Lower Dauphin Middle School seventh-grader Toby Waters secured the school’s spelling bee crown Dec. 4. The bee started with 25 … more
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