In honor of Student Art Month, the Meadville Council on the Arts is holding a student show at the Heeschen Gallery at the Market House in Meadville. The opening reception was Friday, March 8, and the work will be on display until April 6. Congratulations to the following Saegertown students who were selected to have [...]
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We have a winner! Junior Kamron Thornton gets breakfast every morning at school, and on February 22, he became the first winner of an Android tablet in a contest sponsored by Nutrition, Inc.
”I was really shocked that I had won. I was not sure what to say when they called my [...]
Three juniors received awards from the annual Department of Pennsylvania American Legion Essay Contest recently. Lynn Neal was the first place winner, and Angela Randall and Chris Courson were named runners up. This year, participants were asked to explain their opinion on whether United States Supreme Court members should be elected or appointed. “I wrote [...]
By Elizabeth Lilly and Michelle Dietz, design editors
C’était délicieux! Those were the words surfing through the cafeteria yesterday as the French one students provided food for the student body, during the third annual Café Français. French one students were required to make a menu and a poster with their business name on it and bring [...]
On January 1, newly elected state representative Greg Lucas, husband of computer teacher Mrs. Rose Lucas, was inaugurated at the state capitol. “(The inauguration) went very well,” said Mr. Lucas. The ceremony lasted about an hour and a half. Joining Lucas in the Capitol building were his mother Mrs. Rita Lucas, Mrs. Rose Lucas, his [...]
Mr. Patrick’s metal shop students had one main goal with their latest project: to beat their teacher in a race of CO2 cars. Mr. Patrick had an incentive for the students. If one student beat his race time, everyone in the class would receive 100 percent. Mr. Patrick’s goal was to [...]
On Wednesday, Oct. 10, the newest members of the National Honor Society were inducted with a candle lighting ceremony in the high school auditorium. They received a certificate with and flowers welcoming them to the organization after they recited the NHS,which signifies their dedication to scholarship, leadership, service and character.
Families of the inductees, teachers, and [...]
By Erin Sherry and Lexie Erdos, staff writers
The seventh grade class visited the McKeever Science Center for the first field trip of their high school careers on Thursday, Sept. 27. Students embarked on nature hikes, observed small scale wildlife while sitting in “magic spots,” and even hunted for crayfish, which many [...]
The chemistry II classes indulged in breakfast on May 24 that included the four major macromolecules, which the students recently studied: lipids, carbohydrates, proteins, and nucleic acids. For example, the students assigned proteins cooked eggs because of their high essential amino acid content. Using simple school supplies like scissors, the [...]