3 things to know for March 25: Students of the Quarter, Prom, Hat Day


1. Students of the Quarter

Our Students of the 3rd Quarter have been decided! Congratulations to the following students for all of your hard work this past nine weeks!

Agriculture and Horticulture Department: Dillon Wyant

Art Department: Vincent Mastrorocco

Business Department: Mikah Horwat

Career and Technology Center: Charlene Manuel

English Department: Micah Crook

Family and Consumer Sciences: Seryna Goldner

French Language: Alaina Barger

Math Department: Katelyn Dunlap

Music Department: Dominic Beeman

Physical Education (Girls): Danielle Dominick       (Boys): Dylan Klim

Science Department: Gabrielle Gruska

Social Studies: Tessa Hayes

Spanish Language: Logan Corbett

Technology Education: Kohle Clemons

2. Prom Information

Attention students who will be attending the Prom on April 29th at Chestnut Ridge, Prom tickets will be sold from April 4th-8th during Homeroom in Mrs. Bushey’s room, F312. April 8th is the last day to buy tickets. The cost of the prom is $40 a person or $80 a couple.

Also, for those students who completed the information and forms packet for Prom, the form for table selection for dinner is available outside of Mrs. Bushey or Mrs .Markle’s rooms. Please pick up a form for your group of 10, only one form is needed per table and tables can only seat up to 10 people.

3. Hat Day

Today is a hat day with the proceeds benefiting our Fun Day!  Wear a school appropriate hat this Friday for $1.00.

Stickers will be sold in G403 (Mrs. Dorazio’s), and the Gym (Mrs. Smith) before the start of 1st period. Join in the fun!


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