Thursday, April 16, 2015

See "Selma" at a Free Family Movie Matinee

Chester High School
Saturday, April 25th at 1 pm
RSVP at parentuniversity@chesteruplandsd.org
or call (610) 447-3429

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Live Boxing at Harrah's in Chester


Another exciting night of boxing on April 25, 2015 at the Philadelphia Harrah's in Chester PA. Come out and see fighters managed by the famous Al Haymon, manager of the great FLOYD MAYWEATHER JR!!! 

Doors open at 6:00 p.m.
 
Tickets are $50.00 General Admission, $75.00 Ringside and $100.00 for VIP.

For ticket purchases please contact Johnny Gibbs 215 726-7685.

Friday, April 10, 2015

Summer Engineering Camp for High School Students



Widener University is holding a summer camp for high school students interested in the exciting field of engineering. The camp was developed by engineering faculty at Widener to introduce high school students to the field of engineering in a nurturing, noncompetitive, "hands-on" environment. In the four days, activities will include making concrete blocks, launching soda bottle rockets, and exploring the fields of chemical, civil, electrical, mechanical, and biomedical engineering. Students will experience computer workshops, demonstrations, films, laboratory exercises, discussion groups, and presentations.

When: June 22—25, 2015
Where: Kirkbride Hall
Tuition: $450.00 per session, which includes all laboratory materials and lunches. *Students enrolled in the resident camp will be charged an additional $450.00, which includes room and board as well as evening activities. 

For more information, teachers and students should contact Maria Wochele at 610-499-4037

To apply, please complete the following mail-in application form.

The Mickey Vernon Sports History Museum Looking for a New Home



“The Mickey Vernon Sports History Museum of Delaware County, Pennsylvania is closing its doors. For nearly a decade it has found a place in the hearts of sports fans and most recently lived in the Granite Run Mall. Now the Mall is being demolished and the museum is looking for a place to call home.”
I spoke with Jim Vankoski to follow up on this report. Because the Granite Run Mall is due to be demolished, possibly in the fall, the Mickey Vernon Sports History Museum is looking for a new home. The Museum will be temporarily relocated at the Delaware County Historical Society Museum in Chester, 408 Avenue of the States. The Museum will have a grand opening for the exhibit tomorrow, 11-1pm. The exhibit will be at the site until October. 

On Display


Video

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Business Summer Camp for High School Students

Widener University Yearly Event Click Here

High school students experience a highly interactive week-long event where they learn how to start a business. They buy product, learn how to package and market it, learn about income statements, and more. They truly get a taste of what it is like to be a young entrepreneur. As a bonus, they get to keep the profits from their start-up. 
Highlights of the week include:
  • Learning about financial literacy.
  • Designing a website.
  • Buying product and packaging it.
  • Marketing and selling a product–and keeping the profits.
  • Presenting to parents and guests.
  • Dining out and bowling.

Date: July 13 -16, 2015 

Location: Quick Center

Cost: Free ($50 deposit, which is refunded upon successful completion of camp)

Benefits of Attending

Students get a feel for the college learning environment and experience the thrill of starting their own business. Our faculty and area executives coach the students along the way on a range of topics to ensure their business ventures succeed. Students walk away with new friends, lasting memories, and a strong foundation of business knowledge.

Register now

Application
Agenda

(Info. from Widener.edu)

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Chester High School Clippers Baseball 2015

CHESTER HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL TEAM 2015 (dsbpix)

Finally, it's baseball season! The Chester High School baseball team had their home opener last week during spring break. They beat Penn Wood in the opener. Clippers lost their second game to Chichester. They were rained out for the first 2 scheduled games which they will make up. The Clippers started to play Academy Park today but the game was postponed due to rain. Clippers later went back to the A Field and tied the score 8-8 in the bottom of the 7th before it began to rain again. They will continue the game next time they play Academy Park. The Clippers' record is 1-1. 

Some of these guys have been playing since 9th grade and are now 11th and 12th graders. They are seasoned players and they love the sport. Coach Mark Bennett said, "this year's team is very competitive." He is looking forward to a good season with his team.
CHESTER HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL SCHEDULE

Practice Begins    March 2, 2015

March 16th – March 20th       2 Scrimmages

Regular Season Begins

Tuesday               03/24          Glen Mills            Home

Thursday             03/26          Interboro              Away

Monday               03/30          Penn Wood           Home

Tuesday               03/31          Chichester             Away

Tuesday               04/07          Academy Park      Home

Thursday             04/09          Glen Mills             Away

Tuesday               04/14          Interboro              Home

Thursday             04/16          Penn Wood           Away

Tuesday               04/21          Chichester            Home

Thursday              04/23          Academy Park      Away

Tuesday               04/28           Glen Mills             Home

Thursday              04/30           Interboro              Away

Tuesday               05/05            Penn Wood          Home

Thursday              05/07           Chichester            Away

Monday                05/11           Academy Park      Home

The Mothers In Charge Movement



Mothers In Charge / Get On The Bus With Us (Dorothy Johnson-Speight)
www.mothersincharge.org

Dorothy Johnson-Speight, MHS, LPC is the Founder and Executive Director of Mothers In Charge, Inc (MIC). She is a highly regarded leader, advocate, speaker, guest radio/television commentator and a clarion voice against the war to end senseless acts of violent crime. Her work, though rooted in Philadelphia, has led to national appearances and presentations across the United States and abroad.