District News

Towanda Girls Soccer Team Holds Annual Pink Game

The Towanda Girls soccer team held their annual pink game on Tuesday October 7th. At halftime the players released pink balloons and several raffles were held. A portion of the activities were planned by Taylor Hallabuck and Courtney Locke as their graduation project. The girls defeated Williamson 4-0. Photo by Brian Fees.

As a part of the Girls Soccer team's pink game, Towanda graduate and former soccer player Ashley Fleming released a purple balloon in memory of her sister Tiffany.
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Students Design and Build Bridges

Mr. Sayre's Drafting I class recently completed their "Structural Analysis Paper Bridge Design Challenge". The winners of the challenge were Bobby Farley and Joe Garris. The bridge they designed and built held 13 lbs (6,000 grams) which is shown in the picture below. Back in the classroom, the bridge held 15 lbs of books, before giving way.
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Dress Down Days

The Towanda Area Educational Support Personnel Association will be sponsoring Dress Down Days for the following charities during the 2014-2015 school year. The entire Towanda Area School District will be included in the participation of these days. The organizations were selected by members of the TAESPA. We are always open to ideas to take into the consideration for future DDDs.
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Girl Scout Sign-Ups

Can’t wait to learn more?
Visit our table at Open House
Date: September 10 or 11th
Time: 6:00-7:00
Or Call : Flo Fender, Community Development Manager, Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathway 607-796-6202 Ext. 2513
e-mail: ffender@gsnypenn.org
Registration is $15/year. Financial assistance is available

To register on-line:
Go to https://www.gsnypenn.org/ebiz
Click on the New Online Account button
Enter the information as requested
Print or save your receipt. To save receipt
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Towanda Students Attend Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week!

This past summer, six Towanda Jr/Sr High School Students attended the Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week (PFEW) program hosted at Lycoming College in Williamsport. PFEW is a one-of-a-kind summer program that offers in-coming high school juniors and seniors a unique and challenging opportunity to see what it is like to run their own business.
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