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The meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. at the Chancellor Center.
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.
Council Rock's Capital Planning Committee said Richboro Middle School should be closed and improvements should be made to Holland Middle School at a cost of $36 million.
Gail Reinhart received the Phillies' Red Goes Green Award.
Lt. Governor Jim Cawley on Thursday presented the Governor’s Award for Excellence in Academics to six Council Rock schools.
There will be two speakers coming to Council Rock later this month to discuss teen substance abuse.
Sam Smith will be the new principal of Rolling Hills Elementary School. He is the interim principal at Wrightstown Elementary School.
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.”
Voting has started for the Bucks County Teacher of the Year. The winner will receive a $1,000 grand prize from Bucks First Federal Credit Union.
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.
Programs include swimming lessons for children, lifeguarding certification and adult classes.