Charger Art Classes Win “Judges Pick Award” in “Paint the Plow” Contest
Pictured in the photo: Back Row, Left to Right: Principal - Mr. Joseph Farrell, Abigail Curtis, Thomas Gray, Vincent Depalma, Juila Gorel, Gianna Gallo, Alyssa Hendrick, Front Row, Left to Right: Superintendent - Mrs. Holly Sayre, Alize Ocasio, Ashley Escott, Olivia Lorenzetti, Margot Matoushek, Corinne Haley, Art Teacher - Mrs. Alyssa Pezzuti Mies.

Charger Art Classes Win “Judges Pick Award” in “Paint the Plow” Contest

  Congratulations to Carbondale Area's Jr/Sr. High School Art III & IV classes, who won the "Judges Pick Award" in the 2022-23 "Paint the Plow" District 4 Contest. Pictured below…

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Chargers Excel at Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Regional Competition
Charger First Place finishes at the Regional FBLA competition are as follows: Front Row (left to right): Molly Kelly, Gia Mark, Shauna Durst, Emily Grover, Erika Hollis, Abigail Wall, Ciara Martin, and Hannah Mccaffrey. Back Row (left to right): Matthew Totsky, William Murphy, Brycen Kelly, Bryan Salitsky, Quintin Naro, Caden Brennan, Eliana Connolly, Emma Monahan, Scott Santos, and Gianna Carlo.

Chargers Excel at Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Regional Competition

  On Wednesday January 11, FBLA traveled to the University of Scranton for the Regional Leadership Conference. At the competition, the club members excelled.  The Chargers earned sixteen first places…

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Josalyne Livingston Gaining Experience In Early Childhood Education in Internship Program
Josalyne works with CAES elementary students in her internship. She plans to study Early Childhood Education in the fall.

Josalyne Livingston Gaining Experience In Early Childhood Education in Internship Program

  Josalyne is doing an internship at Carbondale Area Elementary.  She works every morning in Mrs. Andrea Knick’s Fifth Grade classroom, and she is getting some great experience learning about…

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Safe2Say Something is a youth violence prevention program run by the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General. The program teaches youth and adults how to recognize warning signs and signals, especially within social media, from individuals who may be a threat to themselves or others and to “say something” BEFORE it is too late.

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