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PA Cyber Teacher Profile

When did you begin teaching at PA Cyber?

01/29/2015 - 14:30
PSR Staff
PA Cyber Student Feature

When Mark and Lurae Benzio enrolled their daughters Anna and Sara in PA Cyber Charter School seven years ago, they looked around their community for ways to keep the girls socially engaged.

01/29/2015 - 14:25
PSR Staff
Veteran play-by-play sportscaster guests on Ellis Cannon Sports Media virtual class

MIDLAND, Pa. – Chris Shovlin has lent his voice to dozens of sports teams and hundreds of games broadcast on radio and TV in western Pennsylvania. On Thursday, Jan.

01/19/2011 - 11:10
PSR Staff
Pittsburgh Sports Report publisher will welcome Post-Gazette columnist on Thursday

MIDLAND, Pa.

12/08/2010 - 19:06
PSR Staff
Patriot-News veteran to appear as guest speaker for Ellis Cannon Academy of Sports Media on Dec. 2

MIDLAND, Pa. – Paul Vigna, sports editor of the Harrisburg Patriot-News, will go live online Thursday, Dec.

11/30/2010 - 15:04
PSR Staff
Program hits 10-K in tenth year of existence

MIDLAND, Pa., Saturday, Nov. 27 2010 – Tiffany Spencer, 16, is an 11th grade student from Clearfield County who wants to be a nurse.

11/27/2010 - 11:05
PSR Staff
High school students across Pennsylvania will be able to get an early start on a career in sports media and broadcasting in a new program being offered this year by the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School

The Ellis Cannon Academy of Sports Media and Broadcasting is a two-semester program to be taught by the veteran sports broadcaster himself in real time as a Virtual Classroom course.

09/13/2010 - 15:36
PSR Staff
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