MIDD-WEST SCHOOL DISTRICT
FINE ARTS STUDENTS OF THE MONTH FOR JANUARY
Art: Gradie Shaffer, of Middleburg, daughter of Cam and Angelina Shaffer, a first grader
Music: Olivia Weller, of Middleburg, daughter of George and Brandy Weller, a second grader
West Snyder Elementary
Art: Devin McAuley, of McClure, daughter of Lauren and Walter McAuley, a fourth grader
Music: Adelina Serrata, of Beavertown, daughter of Abel Serrata, a fourth grader
Midd-West Middle School
Art: Destiny Dorman, of Middleburg, daughter of Keith Dorman, a seventh grader
Choral Music: Autumn Zeigler, of Middleburg, daughter of Jeremy and Amy Zeigler, a sixth grader and Cameron Eichenlaub, of Middleburg, daughter of Brian and Kelli Eichenlaub, a seventh grader
Instrumental Music: Brady Hood, of Middleburg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Hood, a sixth grader and Jacob Houtz, of Middleburg, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Houtz, a seventh grader
Midd-West High School
Art: Josh Gemberling, of Penns Creek, son of Dale and Renee Gemberling, an 11th grader
Choral Music: Shawnee Floyd, of Troxelville, son of Chester and Lisette Floyd, an eighth grader and Jessica Portzline, of Mount Pleasant Mills, daughter of Franklin and Melissa Portzline, a 12th grader
Instrumental Music: Dakota Reinard, of Penns Creek, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Whistler, a ninth grade baritone and trombone player and Mitchell Readinger, of Richfield, son of Marcia Wickham, a 12th grade percussionist
MIDD-WEST SCHOOL DISTRICT
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
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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 ...
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 ...
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