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November 13, 2018
Among school-age users, Juul, vaping, and e-cigs are now bigger business than the tobacco industry. No, the water doesn't filter out toxic chemicals.  If you use it as a tobacco pipe, you can suck in more toxins than by smoking a cigarette.  The more teens smoke the more they crave...leading to nicotine addiction.
Talk to your teen about not Juuling, not vaping, and not smoking e-cigs. 
November 09, 2018
Due to a power issue in the surrounding area this morning, the power to Walter Panas High School was affected in some areas of the building.  This interruption, however, was not severe enough to prevent us from opening.  Con Edison came on the scene and was able to restore our power fully.  The Fire Department was also called and has deemed the building safe.  Lunch is being prepared and served as we speak.  We thank you for your cooperation and patience.  
The Board of Education Special meeting today, Friday, November 16 originally time 7:00 AM  is now at 5:00 PM in the Administration Building.
SCHOOLS CLOSED
The Lakeland Central School District is closed today, Friday, November 16, 2018. 

The Board of Education Business Meeting November 15, 2018  in the Thomas Jefferson Elementary School has been postponed.  The meeting has been rescheduled for Thursday, November 29 at 7:30 PM in the Thomas Jefferson Elementary, 3636 Gomer Street, Yorktown Heights.

Panas Players is proud to present Disney’s The Little Mermaid on Friday, November 16th 7:30PM, Saturday, November 17th 12:30PM – 1:15PM (MEET AND GREET

-Meet Ariel, Prince Eric, Scuttle, Ursula, Flotsam and Jetsam.), Saturday, November 17th 2:00PM and Saturday, November 17th 7:30PM. Make your reservation today. Seating is assigned and tickets are going fast. $10 with reservation $12 at the door. Call the Panas Players Hotline – 914-603-9288 or email panasplayers@lakelandschools.

On behalf of the Walter Panas faculty and administration, I would like to raise your awareness  to a serious matter.  Issues of plagiarism/cheating/copying appear to be on the rise.  These incidents are of concern to all of us for many reasons.  First, they raise questions regarding the ethics and integrity that we strive to reinforce each day.  Also, if not corrected, students who engage in these behaviors run the risk of more serious consequences at the college level.
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