Neshannock proposes budget with no tax hike
The Neshannock Township school board introduced a $17.5 million budget with no tax increase. The spending plan, which is $508,143 greater than the current year’s budget, will be on display in the office of superintendent Dr. Mary Todora until the board votes on it June 23.
Notes from Neshannock school board meeting
At its meeting this week, the Neshannock school board:
Visual goes virtual at Neshannock
End-of-the-year art shows — nearly every school has one to showcase the works of its students. Generally, they’re an easy sell to parents and grandparents, who are eager for their opportunity to see what their progeny have created.
Two seniors earn Law Day scholarships
Whether a state can require voter photo identification was the topic that clinched scholarships for two high school seniors.
Meehan named Neshannock superintendent
Terence P. Meehan is the new superintendent at Neshannock Township School District. Board members voted 5-4 last night to fill the post that will be vacated June 30 with the retirement of Dr. Mary Todora.
Neshannock board to name superintendent
The Neshannock Township school directors plan to hire a superintendent at a special meeting on Monday. A hopeful for the position reportedly is Terence P. Meehan, currently assistant to the superintendent of the New Castle Area School District.
Car strikes Neshannock school bus
A New Castle woman will be cited for failing to stop in time to avoid striking a stopped school bus. Neshannock police said Mary Clause struck the Neshannock bus, which had stopped in the 1800 block of Pulaski Road about 4 p.m. Wednesday.
Arthur the author: Children’s writer/illustrator visits Neshannock Elementary
A story about a grandmother and her granddaughter flying over a city grew from the vivid imagination of children’s author Arthur Dorros. “Abuela” also spurred the creativity of students at Neshannock Memorial Elementary School who had eagerly awaited a visit from Dorros yesterday.
Neshannock approves resignation, agreement, related legal fees
The Neshannock school board accepted the resignation of business manager and board secretary Melissa Morosky Thursday. Morosky’s resignation is effective Wednesday.
Athlete of the Week: Meet Neshannock’s Rich Serignese
Rich Serignese is no stranger to pressure on the baseball field. The Neshannock High sophomore twice defeated WPIAL Class AA champion and PIAA runner-up Beaver a year ago, so facing a team that put up eye-popping numbers the night before was a piece of cake.
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