The latest news from student reporters at high schools around Indiana County.
Originating as a harvest festival, Thanksgiving is a day of showing your appreciation and gratitude toward the people around you.
At the beginning of the 2021 school year, 17 teachers from 10 different countries with FDAI came to Indiana University of Pennsylvania and partnered with Indiana High School teachers to learn about the American school system.
Things at West Shamokin Jr.-Sr. High School are finally looking up in this 2021-2022 school year.
Indiana County Technology Center had the opportunity to send 13 students from a variety of programs to the SkillsUSA Western Pennsylvania Leadership Conference. The annual conference took place at Seven Springs Mountain Resort in Somerset County from Oct. 27 through 29.
How often do you think about your mental health? Mental health is critical to everyday life, especially in schools. You may be asking yourself, “Is mental health really that important in schools?” The simple answer is yes.
At Purchase Line High School, students in science teacher Michael Thom’s class conducted a several-day lab experiment, looking at eukaryotic cells, animal and plant cell, including plant cells and the students’ own cells.
Located just under 4 miles off of Route 119, Lone Oak Farm has been using its local ground to raise and produce dairy cows and products since 1920.
Red Ribbon Week made another spirited return to Penns Manor Area School District from Oct. 25 to today.