3 things to know for November 4: Challenge Program, KIND Closet, Junior Officials


1. Challenge Program 

Friday morning (11/4/22) during 2nd period (approximately 8:30-9:15) we will be holding an assembly to recognize 10 students (5 Juniors/5 seniors) who have earned awards through The Challenge Program.

The Challenge Program, Inc.’s mission is to motivate high school students to develop the habits required to succeed in school and in their careers by building business/education partnerships. The Challenge Program partners with local businesses to recognize students who have excelled in 5 different areas (attendance, Academic Excellence, Academic Improvement, Community Service and STEM) these students will be recognized on stage during the assembly and awarded a monetary gift for their recognition.

2. KIND Closet

In need of community service hours? Take advantage of the opportunity to earn hours by helping in the KIND Closet November 14-17 from 3:00-5:00 PM. Sign up outside of F318, the KIND Closet room.

3. Junior Officials

The Board on October 11, 2022 by unanimous action approved the creation of the PIAA Junior Officials Program. This program will allow 16 and 17 year old students to officiate 7th through 9th grade (junior high and middle school) contests as long as they have met all the requirements of a registered PIAA official. Those requirements can be found on our website at: Become a PIAA Official. PIAA will be waiving the registration fees for any student belonging to this program. PIAA is requesting that athletic administrators and coaches make this program known to students within your school. Those interested should fill out the application form found here and forward to Kim Hill at PIAA: [email protected]


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