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The Forest City Regional School District is a public school district located in the northeastern corner of Pennsylvania. It spans portions of Susquehanna, Lackawanna, and Wayne counties, including the boroughs of Forest City, Vandling, and Union Dale, and the townships of Mount Pleasant, Clinton II, and Herrick. The district covers an area of 87.82 square miles. 
  
The district's physical plant has undergone a few changes since its founding in 1961. The district began as three buildings:  William Penn Elementary, Lincoln Elementary, and Forest City High School. An addition to the high school was done in 1967.  In 1971, the three schools were combined into one.  In 1995, the building was again expanded – this time with a new gymnasium, an auditorium, a computer lab, a chemistry lab, and more classrooms. Extensive remodeling was also done at this time to the existing structure.  What results is a unique, single-building PreK-12 campus that enables the district to minimize costs by maximizing its resources.

The school district encompasses primarily mountainous terrain. The scenic splendor and friendly, small-town atmosphere attracts tourists and visitors from neighboring states. The natural beauty and outdoor recreational facilities offer a variety of pleasures for golfers, campers, fishermen, hunters, skiers, and family groups that enjoy boating, swimming, and hiking.


Recent News
Seventh Grade Orientation
Seventh Grade Orientation will be Tuesday, September 1, 2015 in the High School cafeteria.  READ MORE...
High School Picture Day
High School Picture Day  READ MORE...
Summer Food Service Program
Nutritious free meals are available for children and teens 18 and younger at many locations throughout the nation throughout the summer while school is out of session.  READ MORE...
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