KHS’ Humanitarian Club hosts summer reading fun

‘Books, Bytes & Bites’ – FREE for area students The Kennett High School Humanitarian Club has initiated a new summer program called “Books, Bytes, and Bites” at the high school. The club is also volunteering at Mary D. Lang Kindergarten Center to assist students there. The Kennett High School’s library media center will be open from 10:30 AM through 12:30 PM, Tuesdays through Thursdays,...

Immaculata announces Dean’s List

EAST WHITELAND — Immaculata University announced its spring Dean’s List students this week. Students who merit inclusion in the Spring 2015 Dean’s List are listed below. To attain Dean’s List status, a student must achieve a grade point average of 3.7 on a scale of 4.0.      Send article as PDF   

Malvern Prep honors class of 2015

June 4 Commencement to bond history and bright futures The presentation of the Kevin J. Fitzpatrick ’81 Senior Class Award to Nick Parente of Lincoln University (second from right) and Brian Rawlins of West Chester (third from right). At left are Steve Valyo ’70, Assistant Head of School, and Christian Talbot, Head of School. At right is the Rev. Jim Flynn, O.S.A., President. Malvern, Pa. –...

Franklin & Marshall honors KHS’ Joseph O’Sullivan

Wins class of 2015 High School Teacher Award Joseph O’Sullivan, a member of the Social Studies Department at Kennett High School, was the winner of the Franklin & Marshall College High School Teacher Award. The award was presented at the Senior Awards Ceremony for the Class of 2015, May 8, at the Barshinger Center for the Musical Arts. Mr. O’Sullivan was nominated by a former student, Leah...

A record 19 UHS students named National Merit Semi-Finalists

A record 19 Unionville High School students were honored this week as National Merit Semi-Finalists. EAST MARLBOROUGH — A record 19 Unionville High School students were named National Merit Semi-Finalists this week. The 19 named beats the old school record of 13 — a number hit the last two years — and is yet another honor for the high school, which has been listed among the top high schools in...

Patton teacher attends Discovery workshop

Robin Martin EAST MARLBOROUGH — Robin Martin, a teacher from Charles F. Patton Middle School in Unionville-Chadds Ford School District, joined 149 esteemed educators from across the U.S., Canada and United Kingdom at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN, for a prestigious week-long professional development experience hosted by Discovery Education’s Discovery Educator Network (DEN). The six-day...

TCHS health students compete at conference

Glendalis Guadarrama won the bronze medal in the Nursing Assistant category at the 2014 HOSA National Leadership Conference. JENNERSVILLE — Four students from the Technical College High School (TCHS) Pennock’s Bridge Campus recently competed in the Health Occupation Students of America’s (HOSA) National Leadership Conference in Orlando, Florida. Over 7,000 students from around the country...

Stroud offers assistance to Chester County farmers

AVONDALE — Stroud Water Research Center’s Watershed Restoration Group and the Chester County Conservation District (CCCD) agreed to provide conservation plans, manure management plans, Mushroom Farm Environmental Management Plans, forested stream buffers and other Best Management Practices (BMPs) for Chester County farmers. Conservation plans help farmers meet state and federal regulations and...

Seven UHS seniors to join military

Seven Unionville High School seniors plan to serve their country following next week’s graduation: (from left) Brittany Stanczuk – Army ROTC at University of Rhode Island, Colin Martin – Army ROTC at University of Tennessee, Thomas Edwards – The United States Military Academy at West Point, Evan Hilt – U.S. Marine Corps, Bas deVries – U.S. Marine Corps Reserves and...

Man accused of fatally clubbing pet rooster

Police say West Bradford resident, 63, charged with animal cruelty A 63-year-old West Bradford Township man who allegedly disliked a woman’s pet rooster decided to take matters into his own hands when she declined to remove it from her property in the 1300 block of Cresmont Drive, said state police from the Embreeville barracks. Police said Telford E. Blevins grabbed his metal baseball bat and...