Created by Student Council Adviser Phil Young Check out this video honoring May 2020 Students of the Month Kiersten, Ella, Brady, Bailey, Callie, and Kimmy. Congratulations.
On May 13, the Saegertown staff from k-12 held a reverse parade from 4 – 6 p.m. so students could see their teachers. This video, created by editor in chief … Continue Reading Saegertown Student Parade
Created by Student Council Adviser Phil Young Check out this video honoring April 2020 Students of the Month Raya, Sadie, Brennen, Nico, Matt, and Lauren. Congratulations!
By Diana I. Robinson, contributing writer Life as we knew it was about to change. On Friday, March 13, the Governor of the State of Pennsylvania informed Pennsylvanians that schools … Continue Reading Saegertown shutdown stories: New life story from Cambridge Elementary
For a recent English assignment, students in grades 10-12 were asked to reflect on their strengths and struggles during the COVID-19 shutdown in a visual format. The following projects are … Continue Reading Saegertown shutdown stories: Strengths and Struggles one-pagers
By Brennen McWright, staff writer During the 2019-2020 school year, sophomore Andres Sanchez Mayo attended Saegertown as an exchange student from Madrid, Spain through EF Exchange. According to Nova Dinsmore, … Continue Reading Saegertown shutdown stories: Exchange student finishes school year from Spain
By Michael DeJohn, staff writer My brother Jarrett DeJohn graduated from Saegertown in 2018. Since October of 2019, he has been working as an admission/registration clerk as part of Patient … Continue Reading Saegertown shutdown stories: Q & A with my brother Jarrett DeJohn, hospital admissions clerk
By William Powell, contributing writer I did not expect to see any snow this April, and not just because the weather in Northwestern Pennsylvania is so unpredictable. I graduated from … Continue Reading #FarmQuarantine: Waiting out COVID-19 in Saegertown
By Brennen McWright, staff writer Everyone has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, relationships have suffered a special type of blow. Freshman Casey Williams says that her relationship during … Continue Reading Saegertown shutdown stories: Relationships affected by COVID-19
By Sam Shelenberger, Editor in Chief Businesses from all around the area have been deemed “non-essential” and shut down, while those that have remained open have reduced their hours for … Continue Reading Saegertown shutdown stories: Staying safe at Sheetz
Created by Assistant Principal Kylene Koper, with technical assistance from Dee Henry of Cambridge Springs Elementary School.
By Sydnee Bowersox, social media editor Before the serious issue of COVID-19, Melissa Shetler, horse trainer and owner of Circle M Training Center in Saegertown, was busy helping her clients … Continue Reading Saegertown shutdown stories: Circle M riding through COVID-19
By Brady Greco, sports editor Competition has always been part of my family tree. This has never been more evident than the last few weeks during the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether … Continue Reading Saegertown shutdown stories: The rewards of sibling rivalry
By William Hetrick, contributing writer Our family cat Emerson, a long, humorless feline, has been holed up with us since the beginning of this forced retreat into isolation, regarding us … Continue Reading Saegertown shutdown stories: When your humans are home all day, a cat’s tale
By Kimmy Reisinger, contributing writer Saegertown teacher Heather Eckart says she is never bored and always has plenty to do. During the shutdown, Eckart has been extending her own personal … Continue Reading Saegertown shutdown stories: Eckart creates personal ‘MotoTrials’ section