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Each of the five districts that send students to the Career Institute of Technology must approve a plan to purchase three building lots to be used for student-built housing projects.
Government, Schools, Volunteers in the News
Shafer Elementary School students were recognized Monday by the Nazareth School Board for raising thousands of dollars to help fight blood cancer.
The decision to look into individual computer usage will be made by the district's technology department manager, and only with the approval of the superintendent, says Superintendent Dennis Riker.
Each of the six schools that make up the Nazareth Area School District achieve Adequate Yearly Progress, or AYP, for 2012.
Chris Miller, the newest member of the Nazareth School Board, fights lonely battle to teach district students the importance of proper attire.
Chris Miller, a member of the Nazareth Area School Board, is concerned that the district's dress code -- which he would also like to see revised -- is not being enforced.
Nazareth Area Middle School receives recognition from Delaware Valley Green Building Council.
Property owners in the Nazareth Area School District -- over the age of 65 -- with income under $35,000 per year are eligible for the “Homestead” property tax rebate program.
Last-minute changes to Nazareth Area School District's 2012-2013 budget reduce the tax hike from 1.9 percent to 1.8 percent.
It's the Nazareth Area School District's place to make a wage-concession proposal, says the president of the Nazareth Area Education Association, which represents the district's teachers.
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