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"We're pleased to have this open ...
"We're pleased to have this open to the community and we want them to go out and use the track," said Dr. Sherian Diller, superintendent for Waynesboro Area School District.
Sherian Diller, WASD's ...
Sherian Diller, WASD's director of elementary education, was the other finalist for the position.
"The four elementary schools all made ...
"The four elementary schools all made adequate yearly progress last year, which is a real achievement," said Sherian Diller, director of elementary education and principal of Mowrey Elementary School.
Summitview Elementary School
had the highest average growth rate in math, as compared to 2009-10, in the regional intermediate unit.
It ranked 16th out of 1,898 schools in Pennsylvania when measuring growth in math, Diller
Hooverville Elementary School
had the highest percentage in math and reading proficiency in Franklin County, she
Technology is improving in classrooms, some of which are using iPads in small-group instruction, Diller
Each classroom would benefit from having its own LCD projector, document camera and interactive whiteboard, she
The words, a shock to parents, ...
The words, a shock to parents, "are nothing to be embarrassed about," according to Waynesboro Area School District Superintendent Dr. Sherian Diller.
"I should know.
Both my daughters had head lice when they were in elementary school."
Head lice are common in preschool and elementary school-age children, but adults can get them too, especially those who live with school-aged children, according to information on WebMD.
About the size of a sesame seed, head lice, six-legged parasites that live on the human head, are hard to see.
And nits - eggs that females glue onto hairs near the scalp - are even more difficult to spot.
Diller, a longtime elementary school principal, said her experience helped put parents more at ease that head lice "is just one of those things ... and you have to deal with it appropriately.
It knows no boundaries.
I was able to sympathize and understand what they were going through."
She doesn't see head lice as "a problem" in the school district.
"It's there, yes.
"Head lice is one of those things we will always deal with," Diller
said "Some of the stumbling blocks include parents who don't finish the process and the child becomes reinfected.
One of those teachers is going ...
One of those teachers is going to Fairview, but they don't have any more classrooms for teachers," said Dr. Sherian Diller, superintendent.
According to Diller these plans will open up class space for teachers who are currently working out of special rooms.