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D.A.R.E. graduates recognized, too

June 10, 2016 High school seniors aren’t the only ones with graduations this week. Wednesday was graduation day for Beaty Warren Middle School D.A.R.E students after 10 weeks of study. “It’s been great,” said D.A. more »»

Betts helps WCCC, and vice versa

June 10, 2016 Betts Industries supplies expertise and metal to the Warren County Career Center. The Career Center has trained several people who went on to work at Betts. more »»

Pipe Organ class

June 10, 2016 Photo submitted for publication The Warren County Summer Music School will present an Introduction to the Pipe Organ class this year, taught by Kate Pearson, formerly of Russell, and shown at the... more »»

Up and away

June 9, 2016 Students at Youngsville Elementary Middle School launched two weather balloons on Wednesday. more »»

Senior awards presented at Eisenhower

June 8, 2016 Eisenhower Middle/High School held its Senior Awards Ceremony for the Class of 2016 Wednesday afternoon, with 47 awards, scholarships and honors presented to graduating seniors. more »»

Rotary of Warren scholarships awarded

June 8, 2016 The Rotary Club of Warren is fortunate to be able to give out two $2,000 scholarships each year. more »»

Leadership Warren County

June 8, 2016 Photo submitted for publication Leadership Warren County has graduated its ninth class. more »»

Civil Air Patrol Squadron of Warren County

June 8, 2016 Photos submitted to Times Observer The cadets of our local Civil Air Patrol Squadron of Warren County performed in three activities during the Memorial Day weekend. more »»

‘On My Own’ program pushes middle schoolers to start thinking about real-life stuff

June 7, 2016 When did you learn to budget? To balance a checkbook? To expect life’s curveballs—for better or for worse? For Youngsville Elementary Middle School seventh- and eighth-graders, those lessons came to... more »»

Beaty students team up with Warren Garden Club to ‘edge, weed, plant and mulch’

June 7, 2016 Beaty Student Counsel students, for the first year, and the Warren Garden Club, for the 44th year, worked together “to edge, weed, plant and mulch” the Municipal Gardens of Warren on Monday morning. more »»

Gold B

June 7, 2016 Photo submitted to Times Observer These students at Beaty Warren Middle School were recently awarded the Gold B, which is the culmination of spelling out the letters B-E-A-T-Y-W-M-S with a letter... more »»

Strike Notice

May 27, 2016 School's almost out for the summer, but will it resume in the fall? We’ll find out in 103 days. more »»

Eisenhower Elementary students down on the farm for ‘Green Day’

May 27, 2016 It wasn’t Old MacDonald’s Farm, but the third- through fifth-graders from Eisenhower Elementary School still got to see the horses, chickens, cows and get down and dirty in the garden Thursday for... more »»

Observe, but don’t interfere with wildlife

May 24, 2016 It’s spring and there are young animals about. People who are out and about will be able to witness this portion of the circle of life. They may observe, even take photographs, if they like. more »»

Halls Of Ivy:

May 21, 2016 The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford recognized students inducted into its honor societies this spring during its annual Honors Convocation. more »»

‘Science on the road’ visits St. Joe’s

May 13, 2016 St. Joseph’s School students spent the better part of Thursday learning basic chemistry from the Carnegie Science Center “Science on the Road. more »»

New Deputy Forest Supervisor at ANF

May 13, 2016 Beginning Monday, May 16, the Allegheny National Forest will have a new Deputy Forest Supervisor. more »»

Waiting list of 40 for Tidioute Charter

May 12, 2016 Another year, another waiting list. The number of students looking to get into Tidioute Community Charter School would push the school over its enrollment capacit. more »»

WCSD pays Tidioute Charter ‘on time, up to date’

May 12, 2016 As it was for schools all across Pennsylvania, the 2015-2016 school year was a tough one in terms of money for Tidioute Community Charter School. more »»

Two from district receive Woodson Award

May 12, 2016 Dr. Lauretta Woodson was a teacher, a professor, and an education activist. She wanted outstanding educators and support professionals to be recognized. more »»

 
 

 

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