The Penns Valley Area School District All-Sports Booster Club is looking for volunteers.
It’s made up of parents and administrators who help improve the athletic experience for Penns Valley student-athletes.
Starting in June, the booster club will have several officer positions available, according to a report from the district.
The booster club is looking for volunteers with “strong leadership” skills.
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The club meets at 7 p.m. the second Tuesday of the month in Room 36 of the high school.
For more information, contact booster President Lanny Johnson at email@example.com.
Teachers plan tech workshop
Second-grade teachers at Centre Hall Elementary are scheduled to hold a technology workshop for parents from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Monday.
The workshop will highlight how technology has changed the face of education.
A report from the district said that through the use of Apple iPads, second-graders are “using exciting and cutting-edge apps for differentiated instruction for all learners.”
Pesticide recertification program to be held
A free pesticide recertification training program for private applicators will be held 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Feb. 11 at the Penns Valley High School auditorium.
Topics will include seminars on drift control, and what’s new in weed control and controlling herbicide resistance weeds, according to a report from Penn State Extension.
The event is being sponsored by Penns Valley High School Young Farmers, with programs offered by Penn State Extension.
Registration is required by calling Don Woodring at Clinton County Extension at 570-726-0022, ext. 3821, or online at www. extension.psu.edu/clinton/events.
Applicants are required to bring their license.