Daily Announcements

Today is Friday, October 19th, cycle day 1.


Do you want to be apart of a group of students who helps to improve school spirit? Well then you should sign up to join student council. Applications will be available outside room 205 and if you apply, your name will be entered into a raffle to win a 5 Pound Hershey bar! Applications are due Friday, October 26th.


Last week four members from the FFA competed in the Grassland Evaluation Contest. Garrett Beal placed 1st and received a $500 scholarship. Tim Foster placed 5th, Sam Groff placed 7th, and Garrett Bolze placed 8th. Overall, their team placed 1st in the competition, and each participant was awarded $500 in scholarships.


Seniors: submit your senior bios and your kindergarten picture by Wednesday, October 31.


In Counseling Center News:

York College representative will be in the CC on Monday, October 22 at 12:30. Students should sign up with Mrs. Zendt if you would like to hear the presentation.


Senior girls interested in a transportation related career: consider applying for the Women’s Transportation Seminar. Go to the CC for more information.


The Horatio Alger Association Scholarship applications are now available at: scholars.horatioalger.org. They seek to assist students who have demonstrated integrity, perseverance in overcoming adversity, strength of character, financial need, a good academic record, commitment to pursue a college education, and a desire to contribute to society. The deadline is Thursday, October 25. See Mrs. Zendt for more information.


In Class News:

Class of 2021 dues are still being collected. Turn them in to Mrs. Elmes in room 120.


Juniors: Your Keystone Candles orders are due to room 122 today.


In Sports news:

The Varsity girls soccer beat Middletown 5-2. Bridgette Cless scored 3 goals and Camyrn Smeigh scored twice. The JV team beat Middletown 1-0.


Tonight the football team plays at home against Waynesboro. Come cheer on your Mustangs!


Fun Fact Friday:

The origin of Jack-O-Lanterns comes from a Celtic folk tale of a stingy farmer named Jack, who made a lantern from a turnip, using it to guide his lost soul.