In the schools
East Lycoming soccer
to hold craft show
HUGHESVILLE — The East Lycoming Soccer Association will hold its 21st annual St. Nick’s Novelties craft show from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 5 at Hughesville High School, 349 Cemetery St.
There will be more than 100 vendors with a large selection of crafts throughout the halls, cafeteria, gymnasium and outside. There also will be raffles and a cafeteria-style lunch will be served.
Proceeds from the show will help support the boys and girls coach’s budget at Hughesville.
Career conference for high
school girls set for November
Soroptimists’s Dream it, Be It program will be held 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 4 at Susquehanna Valley Country Club, One Country Club Drive, Selinsgrove.
By participating in this program, area high school girls will learn about career opportunities, setting and achieving goals, overcoming obstacles to success and moving forward after setbacks.
The deadline to register is Oct. 28. For more information, contact Keri Alrbight at firstname.lastname@example.org or 570-524-4918.
Educators invited to connect with
award-winning television series
Teachers, school counselors, education administrators and homeschooling parents interested in incorporating practical experiences and career exploration into lesson planning are invited to take part in a free workshop — “Working Class: Connecting Classrooms & Careers” — from 9-11 a.m. Nov. 16 at WVIA Public Media Studios in Pittston.
Workshop participants will learn how free resources — including the Telly Award-winning “Working Class” public television series, a partnership of Pennsylvania College of Technology and WVIA Public Media — can encourage academic studies while introducing 21st-century career opportunities to elementary, middle and high school students.
Leading the conference will be WVIA’s director of education, Andrea O’Neill; Penn College’s Elaine J. Lambert, special assistant to the president for creative development and public relations; and Christopher J. Leigh, video production coordinator at the college. Lambert and Leigh created the “Working Class” series.
O’Neill will present an overview of the WVIA Enhanced Scholar Program, available to regional school districts and PBS Learning Media, which includes numerous PBS educational video streams and resources.
Lambert and Leigh will present video clips and online resources related to the “Working Class” series, which promotes career awareness and the importance of math, science, reading and writing activities.
For more information, visit workingclass.tv. Registration is required by email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Nov. 7.