Penn Wood High School
Earl Johnson (at left in photo) is one of four Penn Wood students who helped developed the winning app, called “Fear No Bully.”
A Delaware County high school football team will suit up tomorrow and play their first game of the season despite the work of thieves who stole some of their equipment earlier this week.
The reward leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or people responsible for arsons at the Green Avenue Campus of Penn Wood High School has been increased to $22,000.
The 350 members of the Class of ’13 gathered on Kerr Field in the shape of the number 13. The school’s Lansdowne campus was heavily damaged by an arson fire last month.
Concerned parents expressed outrage during a special meeting at Penn Wood High School’s Cypress Street Campus in Yeadon Tuesday night.
A Delaware County high school was evacuated after a bomb threat was reportedly received Friday morning.
Penn Wood High School upperclassmen are back in school this morning for the first time since a fire damaged the Green Avenue campus. All four grades are sharing one building and the day is split into two sessions.
The 800 students from Penn Wood’s fire-damaged Green Avenue Campus in Lansdowne will be attending split sessions at the Cypress Street campus in Yeadon for the rest of the school year, starting Wednesday.
Fire officials believe two fires inside a Delaware County high school early Thursday morning were intentionally set.