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The 12 year-old old turf at Lancer Stadium has been almost entirely removed. Next step: installing the new turf.
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The Deer Lakes marching band will perform in tomorrow's parade being held in downtown Pittsburgh to celebrate the Penguins' fourth Stanley Cup Championship
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Deer Lakes Middle School students who met their Accelerated Reader goal were rewarded with a trip to Deer Lakes Bowl and Lounge. Ninety-three students in grades 6-8 qualified for the trip.

The students were then served a picnic lunch by their teachers following the bowling excursion, which was generously funded by LPEP.

Sixth grader Logan Yeager's 1,376 points broke the former school record of 913 points set back in 2013. Eighth grader Abbey Punchard was next with 1,211 points and sicth grader Christian Parker finished with the third most points, 564.

The top three readers were recognized on LancerVision and received a certificate and $25 Barnes & Noble gift card.
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6/8/16
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Congratulations to the Deer Lakes Cross-Country team, which participated in the Relay for Life event in Oakmont last Saturday.

The team was able to raise $790 for the American Cancer Society by running 547 laps over the course of the 12 hour event.


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Deer Lakes teachers and staff, as well as members of the local community and business leaders presented a number of awards and scholarships to various members of Deer Lakes High School's Class of 2016 at the annual Academic Awards Ceremony.
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6/8/16
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The Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank is again sponsoring the Summer Food Program.

While approximately 70,000 kids in Allegheny County qualify for free/reduced school meals, only about 10,000 kids participate in the Summer Food Program on a given day.

If you are interested in participating in the program, call 2-1-1 or text FOOD to 877-877 to find a site in your neighborhood.
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Starting this weekend, Deer Lakes’ Lancer Stadium will be closed to the public for the summer while crews install a new artificial playing surface and track.

The stadium will be closed this week while the district prepares for the Class of 2016's graduation festivities. Work on the new project will begin immediately following the commencement ceremony. The stadium will reopen in time for the start of the 2016-2017 school year.
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6/3/16
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Earlier today, Curtisville Primary Center celebrated its annual Fun Day. The students were treated to a host of games and activities that were run by teachers and staff as well as the many parent volunteers.
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6/3/16
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On Friday evening, Deer Lakes advanced to the 2016 PIAA-AA boys volleyball playoffs with a 3-1 win over Montour.

The Lancers will face Seagertown at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 1 at Meadville Area Senior High School (11280 Mercer Pike Meadville, PA 16335.

Tickets for the game will be available at the gate and are $7 for adults and $5 for students.
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The Deer Lakes School Board recently recognized a variety of students and staff including:

Toni Kearney:
Retired custodian after decades with the school district. Her boss, Garry Dixson, is on the left in that photo.

Casey Nicholson (not pictured) and Madison Smail:
2016 Class Valedictorian and Salutatorian, AW Beattie Career Center;

Allison Blackwell:
Sixth place finish in the Society for Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh (SACP) national essay contest on clean water.

Frank Wilbert, Jacob Lavrich, Dan Bauer:
Members of Boy Scout Troop 169 each earned the rank of Eagle Scout, which has been attained by approximately just five percent of all boy scouts since 1912.

Abby Smagala and Annabella Vergerio:
Each participated in the 2016 Post-Gazette Spelling Bee at Robert Morris University in March.

Christopher Everhart:
Earned first place honors in the 2016 National Geography Week Postcard Contest.

Abby Smagala, Jessica Windows, Katie Smagala:
Earned first place honors in the Junior Division Group Exhibit at the 2016 National History Day regional competition held at the Heinz History Center in March.

Isabella Bolduc, Alyssa Weber, Melanie Brown:
Were each named finalists for the Reader’s Choice Award in the 2016 PBS Kids Writers Contest.

Jenna Hohmann, Alyssa Weber, Rachael Hartley, Isabella Bolduc:
Earned honorable mention recognition for their entry, PPG Junior in the STEM Design Challenge.

Superintendent Dr. Janell Logue Belden presented each of the honorees with certificates comemmorating their respective achievements.
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5/21/16
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