School briefs

May 08, 2006

Clear Spring graduate earns Salisbury management award

Jamie Teach, a senior at Salisbury University, was selected as the recipient of the 2005-06 Outstanding Senior in Management Award.

Teach was one of six finalists nominated by professors at the Perdue School of Business.

Teach will be recognized at the university's Honors Convocation in May, and will complete her business management degree in May.

Teach is the daughter of Karen Teach of Hagerstown and William Teach of Big Pool. She is a 2003 graduate of Clear Spring High School.

Penn State Mont Alto to host information session

MONT ALTO, Pa. - Penn State Mont Alto will host a general information session Wednesday, May 17, from 6 to 8 p.m. for people interested in attending Penn State.

Those attending will be able to meet with representatives from admissions and financial aid, learn about academic programs and the campus system, and find out how to apply.


To register, call 1-800-392-6173.

Registration open for Waynesboro YMCA program

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Registration for the Before and After School Care program at the Waynesboro Area YMCA is open for the 2006-07 school year.

The licensed program provides children with a safe place to go after school and gives them the opportunity to participate in swimming, games, tutoring and crafts.

The program begins Aug. 28 and operates from 6:30 a.m. until the start of the school day, and from after the end of the school day until 6 p.m. The program ends with the last day of school.

The YMCA's "School's Out Club" operates when the Waynesboro Area School District is closed, providing all-day activities from 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. There also is a Snow Day Club.

Transportation to Summitview Elementary School and St. Andrew's is provided.

For information, call Tanja Koons at 717-762-6012 or send e-mail to

Citizenship Award Program set for May 25 at North High

The annual Elementary Principal's Citizenship Award Program will be Thursday, May 25, at 7 p.m. at North Hagerstown High School.

More than 65 elementary school students from across Washington County will be recognized for outstanding citizenship.

Selection criteria that each student must demonstrate for the award include pride and respect toward student and adults; pride and respect toward the school, its rules and property; participation in class discussions and activities; and maximum effort academically.

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