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December 23, 1990 | By Gene D'Alessandro, Special to The Inquirer
England is more than 2,600 miles from Kuwait, but it is still too close for comfort for the Haverford school board. The routine board approval of an overseas field trip became an item for serious deliberation last week amid the threat of a military conflict in the Persian Gulf region. The board was divided over the trip and, after brief discussion, expressed "apprehension" over its approval. They pushed back their final ruling to next month's board conference meeting. John Meehan, principal of Haverford Senior High School, asked the board last Tuesday at their monthly conference meeting to approve an advanced placement history class trip to England over the school's spring vacation.
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January 30, 2001 | By Lee Drutman, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Fifth-grade teacher Donna Lucido called U.S. Space Camp officials back in September even though she figured they would never accept her class. She kept calling because, well, her class really wanted to go. "They said, 'Here's an 800 number,' " she said. "And wouldn't it set a bad example if I didn't try?" Two months and 18 calls later, she had worked out a deal. Her class at Edgewood Elementary School in Lower Makefield will go to Space Camp in Titusville, Fla., in May. "It's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity," said Keristen Gaber, 10, a class member.
NEWS
May 28, 2003 | By Renate Schonwetter Elgart
"Olney High - Live on forever. " As the last words of our school song echoed in the room, we began joyfully saying our goodbyes. Another high school reunion had passed; we had celebrated our 50th anniversary. Young and hopeful, we graduated from Olney in 1953, the year Dwight Eisenhower became president, Dumont was still a TV channel, and Philadelphia boasted both the Phillies and the Athletics baseball teams. We were 423 graduates that January 22. Five decades later, 20 had been lost to places unknown and 43 had died; we mourn them.
NEWS
June 18, 2003 | By Sree Roy INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Brittany McGhee and Azsherae Gary are mad about being deprived of their eighth-grade graduation ceremony. "We were going to look nice," Brittany, 14, said. "We were going to wear cap and gowns and all. " Instead, FitzSimons Middle School in North Philadelphia will be refunding the cost of the caps and gowns and not allowing any of the graduating students, who number about 140, to walk down the aisle on Thursday. School district officials said it was for good reason. According to a letter sent by the school to students' parents, an "overwhelming number" of students - at least 60, according to school officials - misbehaved on a June 6-8 class trip to Baltimore and Washington.
NEWS
June 5, 1995 | By David Kinney, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
It was a warm night, about a quarter before 11 on the eve of the annual sophomore class trip to Dorney Park in Allentown, Pa., when the two teenagers headed to the Wawa down the street. Mark Jagielski, 16, needed provisions. A fresh hoagie and a bottle of Snapple in hand, he and Timmy Campbell shuffled along the dark shoulder on Tuckahoe Road that led home. Mark walked closer to the road, a few strides from the cars that whizzed by, their headlights piercing the night. Shattering glass interrupted Timmy's voice.
NEWS
March 19, 2008 | By Maya Rao INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A longtime assistant principal at Cherry Hill High School East was found dead yesterday morning in his office, where he had gone after returning late the previous night from chaperoning a senior class trip to Walt Disney World. Leonard Terranova, 65, died of natural causes, officials said. News of his death stunned the school of 2,200 students, where Terranova worked for more than 30 years. People who knew Terranova ? a tall, broad-shouldered man who wore a perpetual smile ? described him as warm and funny, with a knack for remembering names and making people feel good about themselves.
NEWS
February 16, 1995 | By Eric Karabell, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
When the Council Rock girls' basketball team hosts its Class AAAA District 1 game tonight against Haverford High, all the Indians will be there. But for the last few weeks, the prospect of playing the district opener shorthanded was very real. The five Council Rock seniors on the team - Lori Mastropietro, Jen Poll, Meg Colton, Dominique Dunphy and Carly Seiler - will leave tomorrow morning on a class trip to sunny Florida. All district games were scheduled to be played tomorrow and Saturday, and the players fully expected to miss the game.
NEWS
April 21, 2016 | By Julie Shaw, Staff Writer
A Central New Jersey school superintendent was out for a run with his dog when he was struck and killed by a student's car early Tuesday, prompting all schools in the Mercer County district to close. Robbinsville Superintendent Steven Mayer, 52, was running around 6:15 a.m. when he was hit on Robbinsville-Edinburg Road near his home, authorities said. Acting Police Chief Chris Nitti said a 17-year-old Robbinsville High School student was driving the vehicle that struck Mayer.
NEWS
April 22, 2016 | By Jeff Gammage, Staff Writer
President Andrew Jackson, slaveholder and killer of Indians and Englishmen, please step to the back. Harriet Tubman, African American abolitionist and leader of the Underground Railroad, come up front. On Wednesday, the federal Treasury Department announced the switch that's coming to the $20 bill, with the nation's seventh president losing his spot - a change that brought reaction from political leaders, schoolchildren, academics, and numismatists in Philadelphia and elsewhere. "I can't think of a better choice for the $20 bill than Harriet Tubman," tweeted Hillary Clinton.
NEWS
October 18, 1987 | By Gail Krueger-Nicholson, Special to The Inquirer
The Downingtown School District should be proud of about 300 seniors who staged a walkout last week in protest of a canceled class trip to the nation's capital, Superintendent Ronald W. Gray told the school board. Gray's comments came at the board's meeting Wednesday, a day after the student protest. The students met with Gray and senior high principal Levi Wingard for about an hour Tuesday morning after the walkout to discuss the trip, which, along with a senior brunch, had been canceled.
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NEWS
April 22, 2016 | By Jeff Gammage, Staff Writer
President Andrew Jackson, slaveholder and killer of Indians and Englishmen, please step to the back. Harriet Tubman, African American abolitionist and leader of the Underground Railroad, come up front. On Wednesday, the federal Treasury Department announced the switch that's coming to the $20 bill, with the nation's seventh president losing his spot - a change that brought reaction from political leaders, schoolchildren, academics, and numismatists in Philadelphia and elsewhere. "I can't think of a better choice for the $20 bill than Harriet Tubman," tweeted Hillary Clinton.
NEWS
April 21, 2016 | By Julie Shaw, Staff Writer
A CENTRAL New Jersey school superintendent was out for a run with his dog when he was struck and killed by a student's car early Tuesday, prompting all schools in the Mercer County district to close. The dog also died. Robbinsville Superintendent Steven Mayer, 52, was running around 6:15 a.m. when he was hit on Robbinsville-Edinburg Road near his home, authorities said. Acting Police Chief Chris Nitti said a 17-year-old Robbinsville High School student was driving the vehicle that struck Mayer.
SPORTS
April 1, 2016 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
On Friday, the seniors of the West Deptford girls' lacrosse team will head to Disney World for a class trip. Talking about it, coach Julie Catrambone breathed a sigh of relief. "Thankfully, we don't have any games that week," she said. But what about practice? "Don't ask," she said with a laugh. "One step at a time. " Next week might be the only one of the season in which the makeup of her team becomes an inconvenience for Catrambone. The Eagles enter this season with 10 seniors in their starting lineup.
NEWS
September 1, 2015
I'M HEADED to the beach - but not before circling back to check in with the subjects of some of my best-read columns this year: * Remember Amber Andujar? She's the Camden girl whose throat was slashed during a brutal home invasion three years ago tomorrow. She and her three siblings were home alone when a knife-wielding monster broke into their home on Ware Street and sexually assaulted Amber, who had been asleep on a couch. Her little brother, Dominick Andujar, was awakened by her screams of terror and bravely rushed in to help.
SPORTS
June 5, 2014 | By Nick Carroll, Inquirer Staff Writer
Garnet Valley athletic director Seth Brunner handed Jenny Purvis a Hershey bar, and the coach took two steps back before yelling, "We're going to Hershey. " When her players returned from celebrating around goalie Paige Mitros, Purvis stood in front of Garnet Valley's bench holding the candy bar in both hands, extended toward her players. The bar represented what the Garnet Valley girls' lacrosse team has worked for since missing the state playoffs last season, and what it earned with its 20-7 win over Mount Lebanon at Cumberland Valley on Tuesday in the PIAA state semifinals.
SPORTS
August 23, 2013 | BY MIKE KERN, Daily News Staff Writer kernm@phillynews.com
HARRY SCOTT'S life could be a reality series. In 1995, the Jersey Shore resident attended baseball games - arriving in time for the start of each one and remaining for the duration no matter how long they lasted - in all 28 major league ballparks at the time. And he did it in 28 days. In 2009, he did the same thing with the 30 that there are now, in 30 days. Last year, he played a round of golf in every state in 50 days, from Maine to Sarah Palin's hometown in Alaska. Now he's expanding his horizons by going global.
SPORTS
April 1, 2013 | By Zach Berman, Inquirer Staff Writer
Few public places remain in Millville, N.J., where Mike Trout goes unbothered. He still has Jim's Lunch, a popular luncheonette on East Main Street. He eats his six burgers - sauce, no cheese - at a back table without interruption. Rochelle Maul makes sure of it. Maul works the cash register. She's a de facto   security guard. Customers stare at Trout because that's what baseball fans tend to do when perhaps the finest baseball player in the world eats lunch right in the middle of town.
NEWS
March 20, 2013 | By Bonnie L. Cook, Inquirer Staff Writer
Joseph H. Wiseman Jr., 83, of Lower Moreland, a longtime engineer, died Thursday, March 14, of pneumonia at Aria Health-Torresdale Campus. Born in Philadelphia, Mr. Wiseman graduated from Olney High School in 1947 and what is now Drexel University in 1951. He lived in Holland, Bucks County, for 30 years before moving to Lower Moreland in 1993. He was commissioned as a lieutenant in the Army Corps of Engineers after completing the Army Reserve Officer Training Corps at Drexel.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 20, 2012 | By A.D. Amorosi, For The Inquirer
It was a Philadelphia phenomenon: This summer, two of cinema's biggest stars, Harrison Ford and Gary Oldman, were left largely undisturbed as locals instead cozied up to their Paranoia costar: the unusually fan-friendly Liam Hemsworth - and his visiting fiancee, pop princess Miley Cyrus. The cast is back in town, at least until this week. And the lovely young couple are again embracing Philly and getting chummy with, really, anyone who wants to get chummy. Hemsworth was barely back to work last week when three freshmen La Salle University speech pathology majors heard he was around the corner at Rogues Gallery and ditched their class trip at the Mütter Museum to gawk.
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