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  • Curtin Intermediate Students Donate 1,500 Socks to Charity

    NOVEMBER 20, 2014 — In October, Curtin Intermediate School participated in #Socktober, a sock-drive for the area's homeless in Williamsport. The goal was to have 1,000 Pairs to Share. Students brought in socks and placed them on a grade-designated clothesline in the gymnasium. After four weeks of collection and raising awareness, AGC, along with a few outside friends, collected nearly 1,500 pairs of socks.

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  • WAHS Band Members Perform for Veterans

    NOVEMBER 13, 2014 — On Tuesday, two high school trumpet players honored veterans at the Lycoming Engines 11th annual Veterans Day Ceremony by performing Taps while members of the Korean War Veterans fired a gun salute. Seniors Noah Mason and Nate Kendall, seen here, also had the opportunity to meet guest speaker Brigadier General Gerald (Jerry) Otterbein, Air National Guard Assistant to the Commander, Air Force Special Operations Command, Hurlburt Field, Fla.

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  • Middle School Student Wins Beloved Community Writing Contest

    NOVEMBER 11, 2014 — Williamsport Area Middle School student Aziya Camphor was named the winner of the Beloved Community Council's Essay Contest for Middle School Students. Students were invited to write an essay that expresses their interpretation of Martin Luther King Jr.'s meaning of the "beloved community."

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  • WASD Education Foundation Approves $6,996 for Projects

    NOVEMBER 6, 2014 — The WASD Education Foundation approved $6,996 to fund five project as part of its annual Teacher Mini-Grant Program. It also plans to allocate $1,500 for one Educator-in-Residence program through the First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania through donations provided to the district through the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program.

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  • WAMS' Cherry Football Team Goes Undefeated, Makes History

    NOVEMBER 5, 2014 — Congratulations to the WAMS eighth-grade Cherry football team for going undefeated this season. This is a middle school first, after the team went 8-0 this season.

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  • Marching Millionaires End Successful 2014 Season

    NOVEMBER 3, 2014 — Congratulations to the Williamsport Area High School Marching Millionaires who recently ended their competitive season with a first-place win at Chapter Championships, where they earned the highest score of the night and took home the awards for best music, best overall effect, best guard, best drum major and best percussion.

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  • WASDEF Capital Campaign to Receive $242,837 Grant from State

    OCTOBER 23, 2014 — It was announced earlier this week that the Williamsport Area School District Education Foundation's Return to Glory capital campaign will receive a $242,837 grant from the Commonwealth Financing Authority (CFA).

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  • District Moves Forward with Enhancing Portion of School Safety Plan

    OCTOBER 21, 2014 — The Williamsport Area School District is beginning the process of making a change to a portion of its safe school plan. The part of the plan that is to be altered is the schools' reaction to a situation in which a dangerous intruder gains access to the inside of a school building while occupied by students and staff.

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  • Final Touches Placed on 'Millionaire-mobile'

    OCTOBER 20, 2014 — A cooperative venture between the Williamsport Area High School and Pennsylvania College of Technology automotive students has brought new life and purpose to a 1979 Lincoln Continental Mark V.

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  • WAHS Student Named National Merit Scholar Semifinalist

    SEPTEMBER 24, 2014 — WAHS senior Alexander Knauth has been named a Semifinalist in the 60th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Knauth, one of about 16,000 Semifinalists selected nationwide, has the opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,600 National Merit Scholarships worth about $33 million that will be offered next spring.

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  • WAHS Senior Named National Achievement Scholar Semifinalist

    SEPTEMBER 24, 2014 — WAHS senior Ian Perry has been named a Semifinalist in the National Achievement Scholarship Program from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. The upcoming grad is one of 1,600 Black American high school seniors who have been designated as a Semifinalist in the 51st annual National Achievement Scholarship Program.

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  • WASD Among County Districts Recognized as 2014 Healthy Workplaces

    SEPTEMBER 24, 2014 — Blue Cross of Northeastern Pennsylvania recently presented the 2014 Healthy Workplace Award to Lycoming County School Districts, including the Williamsport Area School District, and Pennsylvania College of Technology, in collaboration with the Lycoming County Insurance Consortium, in recognition of its successful workplace wellness programs.

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  • District Approves 2014-15 Budget

    The WASD School Board approved an $82 million budget for the 2014-15 school year on Tuesday, June 17. Click on the headline to review a copy of the budget highlights as presented during the meeting.

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  • WASD Now Able to Send Transcripts Electronically

    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.

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Important Announcements

  • •  The Williamsport Area High School administration is collecting stakeholder opinions on adolescents starting school earlier than elementary-aged children.  Please understand that the data collected is only for research and feedback only.  Click here to complete the brief, five-question survey.  
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  • •  Kindergarten and new student registrations can be taken at the WASD Central Registration Office, 2780 West Fourth St. Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.  Click here to learn what to bring.
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  • •  Sign up for WNEP's "School Closing Alerts" from their website by clicking here.  By doing so, you'll receive an email or text message with any announcement regarding weather-related school closings in the district.
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  • •  ATTENTION ALUMNI! Want to find out what your old classmates have been up to? Trying to plan a class reunion? To get started, visit and register your information at our own online alumni community by clicking here
     
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