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FREE Children's Produce Market
     SCHOOL YEAR 2016-17

The Children’s Produce Market is an initiative put on by CEO.  The purpose of the market is to ensure that families within our school are afforded access to the fruits and vegetables they need in order to maintain healthy eating habits. The program has had great success in other school districts and we are pleased to have it at the State Street Elementary Center!

The produce market will take place each month for the duration of the school year.  Unless otherwise noted, the market will take place on the second Wednesday of each month.  Registration forms will be sent home with students.  They can also be obtained through the link below.  Families must return the registration form to their child’s teacher or the State St. Main Office by the specified date in order to be eligible for that month.

Click below for a Viewable/Printable application form.
JUNE Application English Form
JUNE Application Spanish Form

Earth Day
Students from Mrs. Wisniewski's 3rd grade class helped celebrate Earth Day by creating monsters from trash and recycled items.  The students were excited to show off the projects to Mr. Sholtis, the principal, and to explain what they learned through the project's completion.

Students Trap Leprechauns at State
Students in Mrs. Ganz's class celebrated with their Leprechaun Traps! The students researched leprechauns and the best way to trap them to get 3 wishes and their pot of gold. They also wrote an essay telling how they built their trap and how it will trap the leprechaun.

Robo Readers
State Street Elementary celebrate their Student Robo Readers!
Healthy Hearts

The American Heart Association's Hoops for Hearts visited State St. to kick of their fundraising initiative.  All K-5 students watched the assembly and learned how to be heart healthy.


Read Across America Day Visitors
Jarret Burton and Mike O'Brien from the SWB Penguins read to and visited Miss Aed's 4th grade class.



Dr. Seuss and Read Across America
State Street Elementary celebrated Dr. Seuss by hosting guest readers. Some of the quest readers were our own State Street students.  Fourth grade students from Miss Girvan's class read to Mrs. Brady's kindergarten class in pictures below.

Crossing Guards Needed - Edwardsville

The Edwardsville Borough​ is seeking applicants for School Crossing Guards.  You need not be an Edwardsville resident.  If interested, please contact the Chief of Police, Mr. David Souchick at (570) 288-8463.
Applicants are required to provide up-to-date Child Abuse Clearance, PA State Police Criminal Background Check, and FBI Clearance, which includes fingerprinting. Forms and registration can be obtained at 
Crossing Guards Needed - Kingston

The Municipality of Kingston is seeking applicants for School Crossing Guards.  Applications for the positions are available at the Kingston Municipal Building, 500 Wyoming Avenue, Kingston, Pennsylvania 18704, and also under Employment Opportunities at  Hours average 2-3 hours per day at $10 per hour.

Applicants are required to provide up-to-date Child Abuse Clearance, PA State Police Criminal Background Check, and FBI Clearance, which includes fingerprinting. Forms and registration can be obtained at  

The Municipality of Kingston is an equal opportunity employer.
Lost and Found
Grade 2 Science Projects
Students in Mrs. McHenry’s 2nd grade class demonstrated their knowledge of the Solar System by creating projects.  The students were eager to show off their hard work.  Nice job, 2nd graders!

Third Grade Applies Science

The third grade students of Mrs. Kirwan and Mrs. Ganz have been studying what it is like to act like a scientist. They investigated how scientists use models to determine which variables affect how far an airplane will fly. At the conclusion, they tested their model.

Robo Readers
Students from Mrs. McHenry, Mrs. Seasock, and Miss Grivan's class participated in the Robo's Readers program, sponsored by the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins.

Fall Fest 2016

Kindergarten students celebrated Fall Festival held on Wednesday, 10/19, and Wednesday, 10/26, on the rear grounds of State.  Students participated in pumpkin decoration, face painting, and a bounce house.  The Fall Festival was funded and organized by the PTO working closely with our Kindergarten teachers.

Gifts for Una
On Tuesday, October 11, Second grade students from the State St. Elementary Center created and presented gifts to Larksville Police Officers to thank them for their service to the community and our school. K-2 Art teacher, Mrs. Yarnell helped organize the project with all of her Second grade classes.  Pictured is Mrs. Baranski’s second grade class with Officer Josh, Una, and Officer Matt.

State Street Celebrated
On Wednesday, October 5th, State Street Elementary Center hosted “Jump with Jill.”  “Jump with Jill” is a touring presentation on nutrition put on by CEO. These assemblies were attended by all grade levels and helped to spread information regarding healthy eating habits to our students.  Dancing and singing along with Jill, State Street students and faculty alike learned a great deal about how eating the right food can help you to grow and maintain health.

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2016-2017 Bus Schedule
Cafeteria Purchase and Insufficient Funds Policy
Luzerne County Head Start Information

Luzerne County Head Start, Inc. is a free preschool education and home visiting program dedicated to enriching the physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development of children from birth to age five. The program offers comprehensive health, nutritional, and other support services to eligible pregnant women, children and families. Luzerne County Head Start, Inc. is a private non-profit organization that provides services in Luzerne and Wyoming Counties. We are dedicated to helping children attain school readiness and build a strong educational foundation.

Contact us today!  (570) 829-6231

To learn more about the services we offer, visit our website:

To contact our Recruitment Office in order to apply for the program, visit our website and select the recruitment image at the top of the page.
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