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
Snyder DA says email security breach could be a crime
MIDDLEBURG — Even though acting Midd-West Superintendent Daphne Snook may not have broken school policy by monitoring district emails, Valley legal experts say she still may have broken the law.Continued ...
- Midd-West board feels backlash
Audience members question board's actions
MIDDLEBURG — Months of negative news connected to the Midd-West School District erupted Monday with about 150 faculty, staff and residents confronting the school board Monday night.Continued ...
Midd-West board suspends acting superintendent
MIDDLEBURG — The Midd-West school board announced Monday night that acting Superintendent Daphne Snook has been suspended without pay pending the outcome of a criminal investigation into a breach in the district’s email system.Continued ...
New Certified Welding Inspector D1.1 Seminar
NEW BERLIN — SUN Area Technical Institute in conjunction with Welder Training and Testing Institute will be offering the American Welding Society’s Certified Welding Inspector (CWI) and Certified Welding Educator (CWE) classes in New Berlin.Continued ...
USTA Closed in Observance of Good Friday
LEWISBURG — USTA will not operate on April 18 in observance of Good Friday. Anyone who needs a ride on April 21 must call (570) 522-1390 or (877) 877-9021 no later than 10 a.m. April 17.Continued ...
Dialysis rides will be provided as usual.
Open House for High School Sophomores and Juniors
SELINSGROVE — Susquehanna University will welcome high school students and their families to campus at its “Choosing the Right College” open house on April 26.Continued ...
Bidding info being drafted for rail line operations
LEWISBURG — The bidding war for a multi-year contract beginning in 2017 to operate 200 miles of railway owned by eight central Pennsylvania counties — including Montour, Northumberland and Union — is set to begin in earnest this summer. But only after the final draft of a request-for-proposals document is presented to and approved by the SEDA-Council of Governments’ Joint Rail Authority’s board of commissioners.Continued ...
- Snyder DA says email security breach could be a crime