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Singers audition successfully for county chorus

| October 7, 2014
Singers audition successfully for county chorus

Eight  talented Solanco singers will perform in the County Chorus Festival at Ephrata High School in January. Solanco High School music teacher Erin Brubaker said they earned the opportunity to participate in the festival based on their excellent auditions at the recent Lancaster-Lebanon Music Educators’ Association County Chorus. The students who  will represent Solanco in the […]

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Students of the Month

| October 7, 2014
Students of the Month

In the photo are the Students of the Month who have been honored by Superintendent Dr. Brian Bliss and the Solanco School Board. Front row: Hannah LeBlanc (Clermont, 3rd grade), William Parades-Jimenez (Smith, 8th), David Hallman (Bart-Colerain, 2nd), Casey Sheetz (Providence, 5th). Back row: Bo Spiller (high school, 12th), Holly Cunningham (Swift, 7th), Dada Dow […]

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Halloween Hallways at the high school October 23

| October 6, 2014

Preparations are now underway for the always-popular Halloween Hallways, to be held 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 23 at Solanco High School. Last year, more than 900 children attended and enjoyed the safe, festive Halloween activities provided for them by high school students. High school teacher and Youth Education Association (YEA) advisorJennifer Thompson […]

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Homecoming king and queen

| October 6, 2014
Homecoming king and queen

Congratulations to William Cooney and Emilie Stocker, Solanco’s 2014 homecoming king and queen! The homecoming court also consisted of Cameron Trimble and Ethan Smolik, Hannah Redmond and Douglas Hassel, Lydia Malave and Reese Motter, Brianna Lane and Shane Findley, Alexis Garnica and Cody Kauffman, Kalyn Burger and Dakoda Westfall, Molly Briggs and Prosper Egzouwa, Rebecca […]

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Quarryville Students of the Month

| October 3, 2014
Quarryville Students of the Month

The Students of the Month at Quarryville Elementary School were recently treated to pizza with their principal, Brian Booher. To qualify for Student of the Month, students must consistently demonstrate the Solanco Core Expectations of Responsibility, Respect, Kindness and Courage. Congratulations to Quarryville’s Students of the Month: first row- Hannah Perella, Liora Cheek, Aiden Crawford, […]

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New Providence Church of God serves the community

| October 3, 2014
New Providence Church of God serves the community

The Solanco School District expresses its appreciation to the New Providence Church of God for the assistance they have provided at Quarryville Elementary School. As part of their “Serve Now” day, church members volunteered to perform work or maintenance the district needed completed; they painted traffic and parking lines in the driveway and parking lot […]

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Four to be inducted into hall of fame

| October 3, 2014
Four to be inducted into hall of fame

Four remarkably talented, hard-working and successful athletes will be inducted into the Solanco Hall of Fame on Friday, October 10. Congratulations to Scott Aspril, Thomas “Tommy” Barron, Mark Tacelosky, and Jerry Wallace for their selection to the Hall of Fame! They will be recognized next Friday (Oct. 10) at the Solanco High School football field […]

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Businesses receive tax credit while providing important support for education

| October 3, 2014
Businesses receive tax credit while providing important support for education

Frontier Communications, Rhoads Energy, Fulton Bank and Eschbach Bus Service are providing important financial support for education in Solanco. They have each made a significant and generous donation to the Solanco Education Foundation through the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program. Businesses that make donations to the foundation through the EITC program receive a 75% […]

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