For God’s sake, it’s just a mask. Just a simple cloth that covers the nose and mouth and has been proven to dramatically cut down on the sprea…
Superintendent David Christopher said the district is following the lifting of Gov. Tom Wolf’s emergency pandemic orders on June 28 that eliminated mandatory masking for unvaccinated people.
PHILADELPHIA — The Philadelphia school board unanimously voted Thursday to adopt a “welcoming sanctuary schools” policy, assuring immigrant st…
A proposed policy revision would prohibit employees from expressing support for a political/social movement, platform or campaign during work hours while they are on or using district property.
School boards representing Big Spring, Carlisle and South Middleton are reviewing a proposed settlement of a 2011 lawsuit against the Capital Tax Collection Bureau.
The Department of Education notified the CV school district last week that lifting a mask mandate was beyond the school board’s authority.
Next year’s 3% tax increase meets the full state index set for the district for the fiscal year that runs from July 1, 2021, to June 30, 2022.
As COVID-19 restrictions continue easing, we encourage local governments and school boards to resume meeting in person, with their doors open …
The Cumberland Valley School Board voted to lift the mask mandate for all unvaccinated district administrators, staff, students and parents effective June 5.
Candidates for the Carlisle Area School Board gave some insight into upcoming areas of focus for the school system during a virtual forum Mond…
Weight room equipment, track resurfacing included in list of projects approved.
No timeline has been set for when the nickname will stop being used or when a new name and logo will be unveiled.
As proposed, the new course also would expose high school students “to more diverse cultures,” in literature.
The East Pennsboro Area School Board has four seats up for election this year, and nine candidates are on primary ballots for those seats.
Six candidates are looking to fill four open seats on the Camp Hill School Board.
Despite a proposed tax increase and ongoing fiscal adjustments, the district still faces a projected deficit of $6,643,334 for next year.