Chester County PRESS Jan. 14, 2015 Edition
● By Kevin
In our Jan. 14 edition, the Chester County PRESS opens the door to local schools, where we introduce you to new budgets, new contracts, ground-breaking new programs and fascinating people. We cover the Unionville-Chadds Ford School District, which recently gave approval to a proposed preliminary budget for 2015, while its teachers gave high marks to a new online learning management pilot program that's currently being tested. We give details about the Kennett Consolidated School District's approval that extends the contract of its current supervisor, Dr. Barry Tomasetti. We introduce you to former Avon Grove School District teacher and current author Dianne Salerni, who just published her second book in a series of fantasy tales. High school sports, the local music scene, new services and new appointments; they're all here this week in the Chester County PRESS!
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The figures will change as the budget nears final approval in June Read More »
A new branch is now open in Kennett Square Read More »
The Rose Project preparing release of new recording Read More »
Using the 'living syllabus,' students can log in and see an entire course laid out for them. Read More »
The Farm at Doe Run, a Coatesville dairy farm run by Samuel Kennedy and Matthew Hettlinger, earned high honors at the show's first-ever annual cheese competition. Read More »
John Auerbach is reappointed as board chairman Read More »
Penn Township officials look back at 2014 accomplishments, look toward 2015 goals - 01/09/2015 02:02PM
Mason remains as chairman, with Mantegna as vice-chairman Read More »