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Athletic Information 2016-2017

        Athletic Information   Parents-   Fall athletic practices begin August 15 th  at 3:30 pm. This includes practice for both high school and junior high cross country, volleyball, and football. For your student/athlete to be eligible for practice, please make sure you have returned the following items to Jodi and/or Nichole at school: . . .

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Wrap Up on Nutrition

The 3/4 grade students at St. George Elementary recently had their end of year rotations to not only spend time together but to wrap up their end of the year  units.  The kids learned about summer safety, wrote thank you cards to a local farm they visited, play, "How well do you know" quizzing them on how well they know their classmates, yearbook signing, and nutrition.   The nutrition station was making . . .

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Wanted: Read and Alive!

Reading = More options for a better life!  The third and fourth grade students and teachers at Westmoreland Elementary would like to announce our plans to practice community service by setting up a Little Free Library on Main Street in Westmoreland.  We chose this project for two reasons.  First, we’ve been learning about how challenging it is for many people around the world to access books in order to gain the power . . .

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Spanish Students Tour Costa Rica

¡Pura Vida! This positive Spanish greeting sums up the adventure of nine Rock Creek High School students and their sponsors who toured Costa Rica from June 24 through July 1 to study the country’s culture, language, and ecosystems. Students who participated in this trip included Rachel Forge, Holly Forrester, Cale Hinrichsen, Olivia Lee, Jackson Lenauer, Eli Miller, Justin Moser, Maleah Sandy, and Wyatt Williams. Their . . .

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Forensics End of Season Wrap-Up

The Rock Creek Forensics team finished a successful season by taking 6 th place out of 50 schools at the state tournament on April 30 th .  Ethan Sylvester led the way for the Mustangs, winning second place in informative speaking with his speech about Legos.   Cassidy Cheever and Rachel Askew finished off highly successful forensics careers with a 3 rd place finish in duet acting.   First year students Vaylnn . . .

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