In an effort to honor former classmates, the Williamsport Area School District Alumni Association is seeking nominations for the recipient of its third Distinguished Alumni Award by Sept. 5.
Staiman Recycling Corporation announced its pledge of $10,000 to the Williamsport Area School District Education Foundation's Return to Glory Capital Campaign on July 16. The 201 Hepburn St. company's contribution will be disbursed over a five-year period.
WASD received a $25,000 first-place Early Impact and Innovation Award by the state Department of Education and the Keystones to Opportunity (KtO) Grant on June 18. The award was given during the Keystones to Opportunity Innovation Award Banquet during the statewide Pennsylvania Literacy Conference at Penn State University for the district's use of competitive Keystones to Opportunity grant funds.
Thanks to State Rep. Rick Mirabito, Career and Technical Education students from WAHS were given the opportunity to tour Lycoming Engines. The students were able to get an inside look at the operations that take place at the facility.
Kindergarten and new student registrations can be taken at: WASD Central Registration Office, 2780 West Fourth St. Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
WASD has partnered with Parchment Exchange, the national leader in electronic transcript processing, to enable high school transcripts to be sent to post-secondary educational institutions electronically, speeding and simplifying their delivery.