Wilmington takes personnel actions
The Wilmington school board took some personnel action at this week’s meeting. The board:
Wilmington school administrators get raises
Wilmington Area school administrators have received wage increases of about 2 percent for the current school year. The raises, retroactive to the start of this year, were unanimously approved by the Wilmington Area School Board Monday.
High School Football: Laurel bumped up to Class AA, Wilmington drops
Some major change is in store for Lawrence County football teams. Based off the approaching new PIAA enrollment cycle, which runs every two academic years and kicks in this fall, the WPIAL released its revamped conference alignment yesterday.
Wilmington sets kindergarten screening
Children entering the Wilmington kindergarten program for 2014-15 year will be screened April 23 and 24. The program is for children who live in the district and will be 5 years old before Sept. 1.
Wilmington psychologist resigns
The Wilmington school district is looking for a new psychologist. Cynthia Wright, school Psychologist, resigned, effective April 14. Acting superintendent Jennifer Conrad said the position will be posted internally before being advertised.
Our Opinion: Wilmington district avoids trouble with tuition vote
The Wilmington Area School Board’s decision against giving non-resident teachers free student tuition was the right one.
Wilmington hires new superintendent
Dr. Michelle M. Miller was named superintendent of the Wilmington Area School District last night. The board approved a three-year term for the 38-year-old and set her first year salary at $120,000.
College Football: Sharbaugh, Mangino ready to go to war for YSU
In the culture of the American Indian, there were two types of tribe members. Tribes included the chieftain, who was the leader of the group. His responsibilities required him to lead and inspire, to make sure the women and children were safe and there was sufficient food to feed the group.
PIAA Soccer: Lum lifts Lady Greyhounds to OT victory
Overtime became Kyler-time last night. Kyler Lum scored the tying goal and added the golden goal in overtime to lift Wilmington to a 2-1 win over Sewickley Academy in a PIAA Class A first-round girls soccer match at Franklin High School.
Wilmington grad in online music contest
A Wilmington High graduate could use your help to boost his music career. Billy Pennington, who received his Wilmington diploma in 2011, is enrolled at The Art Institute of Pittsburgh in the video effects and motion graphics program. However, he’s also part of an online music contest at artistsignal.com.
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