MIDD-WEST SCHOOL DISTRICT
FINE ARTS STUDENTS OF THE MONTH FOR NOVEMBER
Art: Brai Tate, of Middleburg, daughter of Scott and Amy Tate, a third grader
Music: Lydia Witherite, of Mount Pleasant Mills, daughter of Jeff and Jill Witherite, a fourth grader
West Snyder Elementary
Art: Finn Dressler, of Beavertown, son of Derik and Christa Dressler, a kindergarten student
Music: Jerard Dipaola, of Middleburg, son of Jerard and Jennifer Depaola, a fifth grader
Midd-West Middle School
Art: Alyvia Wilson, of Mount Pleasant Mills, daughter of Scott and Jennifer Wilson, a sixth grader
Choral Music: Kylee Noble, of Middleburg, daughter of Curtis and Melanie Noble, a sixth grader and Patricia Bobb, of Middleburg, daughter of Daniel and Rebecca Bobb, a seventh grader
Instrumental Music: Autumn Zeigler, of Middleburg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Zeigler, a sixth grader and Evan Johnson, of Middleburg, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Johnson, a seventh grader
Midd-West High School
Art: Andrew Sassaman, of Middleburg, son of Shawn and Jen Sassaman, a 12th grader
Choral Music: Kenneth Glassner Jr., of Mount Pleasant Mills, son of Kenneth and Charlotte Glassner, an eighth grader and Tony Landis, of Kreamer, son of Carey and Tina Landis, an 11th grader
Instrumental Music: Alex Hockenberry, of Middleburg, daughter of Deidre Hockenberry, an eighth grade percussionist and Justina Wilson, of Kreamer, daughter of Linda Wilson, a 10th grade clarinetist
MIDD-WEST SCHOOL DISTRICT
Midd-West begins interviewing school chief candidates
MIDDLEBURG — The Midd-West school board has received 16 applications for the superintendent position and has begun interviewing candidates.Continued ...
‘Pumped up’ crowds greet Valley marathon runners
BOSTON — Bob Welby ran his eighth Boston Marathon on Monday and said this was unlike any other he had experienced, although he finished with a “slow time” of just under 4 hours. “It was a great experience,” the Northumberland resident said. “I think it’s one for the books.”Continued ...
Valley farmers keep eye out for deadly pig virus
CAMP HILL — Pork producers across the commonwealth — and in the Valley — are on the alert for a still existing virus that last year killed 12 piglets in Pennsylvania and a million piglets around the country.Continued ...
Snyder County Dog Owners Urged to Purchase 2014 Dog Licenses
MIDDLEBURG — Snyder County Treasurer Debra A. Kratzer reminds all dog owners to purchase a 2014 dog license as required by Pennsylvania law. There will be a large group canvas for licenses and rabies shots within Snyder County on May 7.Continued ...
Petitions target 'toxic few' on Midd-West board
MIDDLEBURG — More than 400 names have been gathered on two petitions to remove a pair of Midd-West school directors after some members of the public claimed the district has been in disarray for quite some time.Continued ...
Snook suspension now a mystery
MIDDLEBURG — Acting Midd-West Superintendent Daphne Snook is confused about what the school board is alleging she did that led to her suspension without pay, saying she hasn’t received anything in writing. “Nothing I have been told by the board in any way makes me believe that I violated district policy or the law,” Snook said by email Wednesday.Continued ...
SUM (Some) Assembly Required
The Snyder Union Mifflin Child Development (SUMCD) Summer Camp Program sign up are being accepted.Continued ...
Midd-West High School Fine Arts Students of the Month for March
MIDDLEBURG -- The Fine Arts Students of the Month for March in the Midd-West School District have been announced.Continued ...
- Midd-West begins interviewing school chief candidates