Author Archive: Keith Kaufman

Keith Kaufman is the Director of Community Relations for Solanco School District.
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Swift students earn special recognition

Swift students earn special recognition

| October 31, 2014

Swift Middle School students have been honored for consistently demonstrating respect, responsibility, honesty, self control and courtesy. In the photo are the students who were chosen for the Principal’s Breakfast Club and who were honored during a recent special breakfast at school with their parents and Swift Principal Paul Gladfelter. Front row: Xavier Kilby, Hunter Mellinger, Brooke […]

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“Trick-Hoops and Alley-Oops” – Harlem Wizards to slam dunk at Solanco Nov. 24

“Trick-Hoops and Alley-Oops” – Harlem Wizards to slam dunk at Solanco Nov. 24

| October 31, 2014

In what promises to be a wildly exciting and incredibly entertaining match-up, a basketball game featuring the talented Harlem Wizards against Solanco teachers and administrators will be played at Solanco High School on Monday, November 24, with opening tip-off at 6:30 p.m. According to the Harlem Wizards website, “At the Wizards game fans see amazing basketball talent […]

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Sherlock Holmes at Solanco Nov. 20, 21 and 22

Sherlock Holmes at Solanco Nov. 20, 21 and 22

| October 31, 2014

The popular and entertaining play Sherlock Holmes will come to life on the Solanco High School stage, and the entire Solanco community is invited to enjoy the outstanding performances to be provided by Solanco’s talented student actors and actresses. The first performance, on Thursday, November 20 at 12:30 p.m., is a free matinee performance for […]

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Dig It! at Smith Middle School on Wednesday

Dig It! at Smith Middle School on Wednesday

| October 30, 2014

Attend the musical on Wednesday at Smith Middle School and you’ll be treated to a trip back in time. Way back in time – as far back as 7,000 years ago to be exact! The musical, Dig It!, features Hannah Hargraves as Taki and Nicole Kudia at Tut who are adventurers who explore Ethiopia where archaeologists […]

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Smith Middle School students honored

Smith Middle School students honored

| October 29, 2014

Each month, in support of character education, a select group of Smith Middle School students is invited to a breakfast with their parents and Smith 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 […]

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Proud to be “Pink” at Solanco

Proud to be “Pink” at Solanco

| October 29, 2014

Many Solanco students and staff are decked out in pink on Wednesday (Oct. 29) to support the “Pink Out” at the high school and throughout the district. The “Pink Out,” sponsored by the Ophelia Club at the high school, is raising funds and awareness in the battle against breast cancer. In the photo are high school […]

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Student learn about forensic investigations

Student learn about forensic investigations

| October 27, 2014

Dan Lynch, Dennis Warfel and Justin Reeder from the Pennsylvania Game Commission visited Solanco High School on Monday (Oct. 27) and provided wildlife and game forensic presentations to John Girvin’s forensic science classes.  Students learned how to measure the time of death in deer and other animals as determined by body temperature, rigor mortis and […]

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Solanco singers chosen for districts

Solanco singers chosen for districts

| October 27, 2014

Four Solanco students have sang their way to the Pennsylvania Music Educators’ Association (PMEA) District 7 Chorus Festival! The students (as they appear in the photo) – Bethany Sheaffer (soprano 1), Tyler Turpen (tenor 2), Cassie Twyman (alto 1), Mady Weyman (alto 2), – were selected for the district chorus following their successful auditions at Central York High […]

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