Kadan Rabender, A student of North Pocono School District killed in car accident

Kadan Rabender, A student of North Pocono School District killed in car accident

Kadan Rabender a student of the North Pocono School District has been identified as the person killed in a fatal car accident on Saturday, June 10, 2023. Kadan a resident of Scranton, Pennsylvania succumbed to the injuries sustained from the incident. 

However, the cause of the accident that took the life of Kadan Rabender has not been released. The family and loved ones of Kadan are yet to release a statement.

The funeral arrangement of Kadan Rabender is yet to be released.

About North Pocono School District

North Pocono is a third-class school district in Lackawanna and Wayne Counties in Pennsylvania. The district’s population was 20,806 at the time of the 2010 United States Census.

The region served by North Pocono is considered to be the northern tip of the Pocono Mountain region in Northeast Pennsylvania. North Pocono School District encompasses approximately 198 square miles (510 km2). According to federal census data, North Pocono School District’s population has increased by 2,377 residents from 18,429 residents in 2000. In 2009, North Pocono School District residents’ per capita income was $19,688, while the median family income was $49,766. In the Commonwealth, the median family income was $49,501 and the United States median family income was $49,445, in 2010.

A brand-new North Pocono High School was constructed in 2009 and opened for the 2009–2010 academic year. The North Pocono Middle School has taken over the site of the former high school on Church Street. Grades 6 through 8 are taught there. Grades nine through twelve are taught in the new high school, which is situated in Covington Township on Bochicchio Boulevard.

The North Pocono School District runs five institutions: North Pocono High School (grades 9–12), Moscow Elementary Center (grades K–3), North Pocono Intermediate School (grades 4–5), and Jefferson Elementary Center (grades K–3).

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