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  • Debates develop valuable skills at MNMS

    Brenda Stout’s Academic Literacy classes debated a variety of questions, settling nothing — but that was the point. Putting their argumentative skills to the test, they explored such topics as school uniform policies, whether to financially compensate college athletes, animal experimentation and police brutality.

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  • $1.7 Million grant for Corl St. Elementary project

    The State College Area School District received an Alternative and Clean Energy (ACE) grant from the state that will fund measures to make a renovated Corl Street Elementary School more energy efficient and environmentally sustainable.

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  • SCASD hires director of diversity and inclusivity

    The SCASD Board of Directors approved hiring Dr. Seria Chatters as the district’s director of diversity and inclusivity, a new position. Chatters will be responsible for overseeing the district’s ongoing efforts to meet the goals of its School Climate/Inclusive Excellence Policy. She’ll begin in August.

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  • Technology Students Association state awards

    When it comes to high tech competition, SCASD students typically turn in high-caliber performances. They demonstrated their prowess again at this year’s TSA state conference, with several winners.

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  • DECA International Career Development Conference

    Congratulations to State High DECA chapter students Tejas Wein, Sankar Ramesh, Iris Li, Liz Orlova, Kelton Fedor, Matt Allgeier and Shane Ankney-Wrye for strong performances at the 2018 DECA International Career Development Conference in Atlanta.

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