3 things to know for December 10: Senior Info, Musical Auditions, Library Cards

1. Senior Info

Attention Seniors – please make sure to complete the Yearbook Senior Section Information Google Form that Mrs. Battaglia emailed to all of you.  If you did not receive the email, please see Mrs. Battaglia.  This is due by Friday, December 17!

2. Working Auditions

Auditions for the spring musical Working will be Wednesday, December 15 & Thursday, December 16 from 4-7 pm in the HS VMR.  If you are interested in signing up, please email Mrs. Tamer ([email protected]). Audion packets are available in the high school band room.

3. Library Cards

Students are reminded to email Miss Smeltzer to register for a library card.  The following information should be with your request: First name, middle initial, last name, and home room number.


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(CNN) – Instagram head Adam Mosseri testified for the first time before a Senate subcommittee on Wednesday as lawmakers question the app’s impact on the mental health of younger users.

During his testimony, Mosseri said Instagram is planning to bring back a version of its news feed that would give users the option to sort media chronologically rather than ranked according to the platform’s algorithm, potentially addressing concerns over how algorithms push users into harmful rabbit holes. The company has been working on the feature “for months” and plans to roll it out in the first quarter of next year, Mosseri said.

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Since the tree was harvested on Oct. 23 from the Six Rivers National Forest in Eureka, California, our team has traveled over 4,000 miles to transport the 84-foot-tall and 19-foot-wide white fir, affectionally nicknamed “Sugar Bear,” to D.C. on our Kenworth truck.

Says Jeremy Bellinger, who is one of six of the professional truck drivers helping to deliver the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree to the Capitol Building.


(WTAE) – Schramm Farms & Orchards in Jeannette, Westmoreland County, will close on Dec. 31, according to a post on their website.

“Thank you for your patronage over the years and a very special thank you to all of our employees who have worked here over the past 40 years!” the post said in part.

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(NBC News) – Scientists have discovered a giant planet orbiting a massive pair of extremely hot stars, an environment previously thought too inhospitable for a planet to form in.

A research article published Wednesday in the science journal Nature said the discovery of the planet, named “b Centauri (AB)b” or “b Centauri b,” disproves a widely held belief among astronomers.

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