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Have fun, stay active, keep learning and enjoy yummy, FREE lunches and snacks all summer long. We will be “Serving up Summer” at these 7 locations throughout the city: 

  • Coal Street Park- Coal Street & North Sherman Street
  • Iron Triangle Playground- Corner of Hickory Street & Metcalf Street
  • Spruce Street Playground- On Spruce Street just after Blackman Street
  • Huber Park- Stanton Street and Huber Street
  • Parsons Park- On Scott Street just after Matson Avenue
  • Miner Park- South Wilkes-Barre on Old River Road
  • Wilkes-Barre Family YMCA 40 W. Northampton Street (*Note: Space at the Y is limited to 40 kids daily)

Monday through Friday, 10:00am-2:00pm.  Beginning Monday, June 25, 2018 & ending Friday August 17th, 2018.  Lunch served 11:30am-12:30pm, Snack served 1:30pm 

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Posted Monday, June 18, 2018
Graduation will be held according to the following schedule: 
  • Meyers High School           9:30 AM             Meyers High School 
  • Coughlin High School       11:00 AM            F.M. Kirby Center
  • G.A.R. High School             1:00 PM              G.A.R. High School
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Posted Thursday, June 14, 2018
On Friday, Coughlin High School ninth grade advanced English students got to show off, and celebrate, a wide range of projects spawned by their study of William Shakespeare’s iconic saga of star crossed lovers. About 114 students took turns having mini-parties on stage at the high school’s second location, the former Mackin Elementary building now housing grades nine and 10. Read the full article from The Times Leader [...click for more]

Posted Tuesday, June 12, 2018
Sure, there was the bear cub that seemed to disappear into thin air, the snail they named Gary and the snake named Rizzo. There was the evening movie about peoples native to the river, the obligatory (and tasty) campfire s’mores and the realization most people make the first time they actually paddle the Susquehanna: It’s a lot cleaner than you thought. Read the full article at The Times Leader. [...click for more]

Posted Monday, June 11, 2018
Check out this broadcast from PAHomePage regarding the recent book fair at Kistler Elementary sponsored by the United Way of Wyoming Valley.  [...click for more]

Posted Friday, June 1, 2018
According to Coughlin’s History Club, in 1890, the Wilkes Barre High School opened as a place to house high school students and give them an education while providing a home for clubs such as the literary societies, Cliosophic and Sorosis. Wilkes-Barre High School was on the corner of Union Street and North Washington Street, very near the current site of Coughlin. Read the full article at The Citizens' Voice [...click for more]

Posted Thursday, May 31, 2018
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