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The objective is to make sure that all children in Bucks County have the supplies they need to start the school year right.
Natalie Munro claims her First Amendment rights were violated when she was terminated in 2012 over controversial blog posts.
Jason Bowman has been appointed K–12 STEM Supervisor and Susan Mowrer Benda was appointed as Director of Elementary Curriculum and Instruction.
The Robert K. Shafer Middle School STEM Team is headed to Mississippi this weekend to compete in a national SeaPerch challenge.
Casey McMullen, Jordan Rowan, David Gerstenfeld and Adam Jones are the only Bucks County students participating with the Cavalcade of Bands at the Rose Bowl on Jan. 1, 2015.
Following the tragic massacre at Sandy Hook in 2012, high school students in Newtown, Conn., will now receive mental health screenings.
The Princeton Review has selected the 150 colleges it says are the best value for students.
The Bucks County Community College Social Science Club is coordinating a trip to the Philadelphia Flower Show.
Downingtown Area School District’s video is a take on Billy Joel’s “Allentown.”
Students of Cornwells Elementary School in Bensalem Township will receive health-related instruction as part of the Independence Blue Cross Foundation's Healthy Futures program.
This year's national theme is "Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service."
United Way of Bucks County is hosting their fourth annual Martin Luther King Jr. essay contest for students in Bucks County.
Mary Wilkinson, of Bensalem, is one of 134 students being recognized as part of Widener University's third annual high school leadership awards.
District schools, offices and activities have been cancelled for Wednesday.
Bensalem Township Schools are dismissing early Tuesday because of the winter storm, according to the district website.
More than 1 million students take the SAT exam each year, and only .03 percent of all students who take the SAT exam can say they have earned a perfect 2400 score.
Construction is not expected to begin at Bensalem High School until the fall.
Belmont Hills Elementary School sixth-graders collected the most food items for the Bensalem Lions Club Holiday Food Drive.
The Bensalem Township School District is aiming for a 3.2 percent tax increase as part of next year’s school budget.