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So far Rick Durante has created 36 blog entries.

Garnet Valley Wins Delco Hi-Q Championship

By | March 7th, 2019|Uncategorized|

Garnet Valley High School’s Delco Hi-Q team won the 71st Delco Hi-Q Championship in a highly competitive match on Wednesday, March 6. Of the 21 teams competing this season, the Championship contest came down to a three team battle between [...]

Delaware County Christian School, Radnor, and Garnet Valley to compete for Delco Hi-Q Championship

By | February 25th, 2019|Education, Events, HiQ|

It's down to three teams in the nation's oldest continous academic quiz competition's 71st Season! Radnor High School earned a trip to the 71st Delco Hi-Q Championship on Tuesday, February 18th with a semi-final win over host team Penncrest and two [...]

Playoff Positions Settled as Hi-Q’s Regular Season Ends

By | February 8th, 2019|Uncategorized|

Wins are a source of pride in Delco Hi-Q but points are coveted by teams hoping for a playoff appearance. The high scoring team moves directly to the Championship while the next six teams compete in a semi-final round to [...]

Competition Heats Up Among Delco Hi-Q Squads

By | February 5th, 2019|Uncategorized|

Delco Hi-Q teams from Springfield, Academy of Notre Dame, and Delaware County Christian School won their contests this week as the 71st Season of the nation’s oldest continuous academic quiz competition continued. At a match on Monday at Springfield High [...]

Final Round of Regular Season Starts with a Chichester Win

By | January 24th, 2019|Education, HiQ, News, Uncategorized, Youth Achievement|

CHICHESTER TAKES THE WIN WITH A SEASON PERSONAL BEST SCORE Delco Hi-Q round three kicked off at Sun Valley High School on January 23rd. The Vanguards hosted neighboring Chichester and Academy Park High Schools. Sun Valley struck first with a [...]

High Scores Dominate Delco Hi-Q Competitions

By | January 23rd, 2019|Credit Unions, Education, HiQ, Uncategorized|

HIGH SCORES DOMINATE THIS WEEK’S Hi-Q COMPETITIONS WITH WINS BY RADNOR, DELAWARE COUNTY CHRISTIAN, AND MARPLE NEWTOWN Radnor High School Back (L to R): Priya Ganesh, Annabel Zhao, Rishi Khanna, Aanchalika Chauhan, Faculty Advisor, Robert Spear Front (L to [...]

Delco Hi-Q Hall of Honor Nominations Sought

By | January 22nd, 2019|Academic Achievement, Activities, Awards & Recognition, Credit Unions, Education, HiQ, News, Youth Achievement|

The search is on for individuals to be considered for induction into the  Delco Hi-Q Hall of Honor. The nomination form is available online and submissions are accepted until February 11. Mr. Ken Mobley, 2016 Delco Hi-Q Hall of Honor Inductee The [...]

New Books Headed to Stonehurst Hills Elementary School

By | January 10th, 2019|Uncategorized|

When Stonehurst Hills teacher Wendy Graff learned about FMFCU Foundation's Teacher Mini-Grant program, she knew exactly what her students could use- new books.  Ms. Graff noted that some of her students are reading below grade level and she is determined to help them improve. FMFCU Foundation [...]

Garnet Valley Wins First Delco Hi-Q Contest of 2019

By | January 7th, 2019|Uncategorized|

Delco Hi-Q’s 71st season resumed on January 4th at the Upper Darby Performing Arts Center. Upper Darby played host to Garnet Valley and Academy of Notre Dame on the first week back from winter break. Notre Dame, not wanting to [...]

FMFCU Foundation Grant Will Bring Four Legged Pals to Prospect Park

By | December 21st, 2018|Academic Achievement, Charitable Giving, Charity, Credit Unions, Education, News|

FMFCU Foundation Executive Director, Rick Durante, presented another Teacher Mini-Grant check this week. Andrea Ricevuto, teacher at Prospect Park School in the Interboro School District, applied for an innovative grant to bring therapy dogs to her school. Ms. Ricevuto works with 75 [...]