Author Archive: Keith Kaufman

Keith Kaufman is the Director of Community Relations for Solanco School District.
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Swift students honored

Swift students honored

| December 19, 2014

Each month, in support of character education, a select group of students is invited to a breakfast with their parents and Swift Middle School Principal Paul Gladfelter. Teachers nominate students for the Breakfast Club in recognition of their display of good character.  Unlike the honor roll, which is based solely on academic performance, Breakfast Club […]

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Thomas Haines in running for the year’s top sports story

Thomas Haines in running for the year’s top sports story

| December 16, 2014

Solanco students, parents and fans have the opportunity to vote for Thomas Haines and his fourth state wrestling championship as the top LNP sports story of 2014! The competition will be tough, as there were many remarkable sports moments and accomplishments this year. Yet last spring Thomas became only the 12th wrestler in Pennsylvania history to become a […]

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Beautiful student artwork on Solanco Christmas card

Beautiful student artwork on Solanco Christmas card

| December 16, 2014

Justina Zaborskiy has been chosen as the winner in the annual art competition among high school students to design the district’s Christmas card. Her beautiful and creative artwork has been chosen for the official 2014 Christmas card of the Solanco School District. It features a charming glass mug adorned with a green bow and containing candy […]

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A gift from the Class of 1948

A gift from the Class of 1948

| December 16, 2014

The first students to graduate from “Solanco” High  School were in the Class of 1948. When they entered high school in 9th grade they attended Quarryville High School, and in their senior year the school became the Southern Lancaster County Joint High School, or “Solanco.” The high school building at that time is now the Solanco Administrative Office on […]

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Students of the Month

Students of the Month

| December 16, 2014

The Students of the Month were honored by the Solanco School Board and Superintendent Dr. Brian Bliss at Monday’s school board meeting. Front row:  Grace Mellott (4th grade, Providence), Morgan DeLong (5th, Bart-Colerain), Maya Dolan (5th, Clermont). Back row: Owen Walker (5th, Quarryville), Nathaly Molinarez (7th, Swift), Seana Armstrong (12th, high school), Hannah Hargraves (7th, […]

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Mini Thon selling luminaries to honor those who have battled cancer

Mini Thon selling luminaries to honor those who have battled cancer

| December 9, 2014

Solanco High School students and staff are busy preparing for the second annual Mini Thon which will be held at the high school February 6 -7. More than 300 high school and 100 middle school students attended last year’s Mini Thon which raised an astonishing $21,368, far surpassing the original goal of $6,000 (in the […]

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Early dismissal on Dec. 23

| December 9, 2014

Students will head home from school early on Tuesday, December 23, the final day of school before the Christmas break. The high school will dismiss at 11:30 a.m., the middle schools at 11:45 a.m., and elementary schools will dismiss at 12:30 p.m. There will be no morning kindergarten. Afternoon kindergarten students will arrive at school […]

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Student Assistance Program at Solanco High School

Student Assistance Program at Solanco High School

| December 9, 2014

The Student Assistance Program (SAP) ensures that students experiencing barriers to learning related to substance abuse and mental health problems are identified and linked to appropriate supportive services in the school and community. It is a voluntary intervention program. It is not a school-based therapy program and it is not a disciplinary program. The following information […]

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