Campus offers new summer sessions

Campus offers new summer sessions


The Penn State Shenango campus will offer an eight-week summer session that will begin June 13 and continue through Aug. 8. There also will be a six-week session that will begin June 27 and continue through Aug. 8.

During the summer, students have an opportunity to get to know the faculty members, as classes are normally small and may take advantage of the campus’s many resources, including the Lartz Memorial Library, fitness center, and Buhl Community Recreation Center.

Also offered is a Dual Enrollment program which allows eligible high school juniors and seniors to take college courses at a 50 percent tuition reduction. For information on dual enrollment, call the Penn State Shenango Admissions Office at 724-983-2803.

For information, on summer course offerings call 724-983-2856 or visit

Recycling program taught by puppets


Campbell Elementary/Middle School kindergarten students recently learned the importance of recycling during a puppet show presented by The Green Team members, Peg Flynn and Kim Lewis. A small turtle got a 6-pack rink stuck around his flippers and various animals, including a fish, a duck, a beaver and a crab, tried to offer him help. The crab was finally able to free the struggling turtle.

Lewis and Flynn taught the students how recycling materials properly can help save animals from harm. Each student was given a recycling coloring book as a prize.

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