Safe2Say Something Poster Contest
Students in Mr. McLead's class were given a task to create a poster for the Safe2Say Something campaign. Ninth grade student Mackenzie Taylor was awarded first place from the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General for her grade level. The contest was designed to help prevent youth violence by promoting the Safe2Say Something program in schools across Pennsylvania.
Hornets Leaving the Nest!
Congratulations to Senior Ashlee Keebler! She was the Class of 2023 November gift card contest winner for submitting her letter of acceptance from West Chester University!
Reminder to all students in the Class of 2023: Seniors who submit letters confirming any post high school plans to the School Counseling Office are eligible to win a gift card! Plans could include: 4 year college/universities, 2 year colleges, community college, technical school, certification programs, military enlistment, or confirmation of full time employment! In addition, you can submit letters of confirmation that you have received an outside scholarship or a scholarship through your post high school institution to also be entered into the contest. Letters can be dropped off to the school counseling department or emailed to Mrs. Humphreys @ email@example.com. Gift Cards will be awarded at the end of every month until May. You can submit as many acceptance letters as you receive, even if it is not the school you plan to attend post high school. Be sure to watch the morning news to see if you are a winner!