Photos by Hannah Myers, photo editor Winners of the Lip Sync were: first place, Aaron Brown and Carson Jones with “You can call me Al” by Paul Simon; second place, Elijah Campbell with “Simple Man” by Shinedown; third place tie between Kat Diesing with “Crazy Train” by Ozzy Osbourne and Colton and Kylie Beck with “The Campfire Song” from SpongeBob Squarepants. Thanks to Student Council … Continue reading Lip Sync 2017: All the photos!
by Dayna Woodruff, staff writer The PENNCREST school board election was held on Nov. 7, with six seats being up for grabs: four four-year terms, and two two-year terms. Nine candidates, including five newcomers, ran for positions on the board. The close race resulted in three candidates being re-elected, and three candidates claiming terms for the first time. Mark Gerow, Travis Porter, and newcomers Bob … Continue reading Gerow elected president of PENNCREST School Board
Volume 12 Issue 3 was released on Dec. 21, 2017. (click here to read) Continue reading Volume 12 Issue 3: Holiday Issue
By Kaitlyn Kozalla and Nick Archacki, staff writers On December 16, the Saegertown bowling team competed at Seneca Lanes in Cranberry as the Panthers competed in the Ven-Craw high school bowling league. The match was different for the bowlers, as it was the first time in Ven-Craw’s six-year history that bowlers competed in three games of singles competition where normally the bowlers bowl only two … Continue reading Saegertown bowlers move up to fourth place after rough start to season
by Jake Reisinger, staff writer On Dec. 20, the Saegertown High School Band, Chorus, and Chamber Singers will host their annual Christmas concert here in the auditorium at 7 p.m. Members of the band and chorus programs, led by Mrs. Susan James, will be performing pieces they have been rehearsing since the beginning of the school year. “We want to show everyone how much work … Continue reading Saegertown’s annual Christmas concert returns
by Hannah Nicholson, opinion editor On Dec. 21, Saegertown High School will hold its second annual Lip Sync in the auditorium during the morning classes as part of the holiday celebrations before break. Students get the opportunity to have fun with their friends and entertain their peers instead of sitting in class anxiously counting down the minutes until they can go home. Students and teachers … Continue reading Saegertown students sing (sort of): second annual Lip Sync on tap Thursday
by Kaitlyn Kozalla, staff writer Take note: get caught up on all your work by the end of the day tomorrow, Dec. 19. That’s the deadline. After that, students who have not completed their classwork will not be able to attend the holiday activities scheduled for Dec. 21. That’s the new policy that was shared in the latest Principal’s Talk during extension period on Wednesday, … Continue reading Changes being implemented to encourage students to complete work
by Erik Murphy, web site editor Mount Pleasant’s After School Learn to Ski Program will return on Jan. 10. The program includes six weeks of ski lessons, rentals, and a lift ticket. Lessons and rentals will not be valid following the six week program while the lift ticket lasts for the entire season. Mr. Phil Young is currently handing out forms for the program which … Continue reading Mount Pleasant’s Ski Club returns