Members of Towanda Jr. Sr. High School visited the Towanda Personal Care Home on Wednesday, December 20th to spend time with the residents. NHS members sang Christmas carols and helped the residents decorate cookies for Christmas. We appreciate the personal care home welcoming our students for a visit!
Students from the Speech and Debate and FBLA read to the K4 and K5 classrooms. Each student picked their favorite Christmas story to read. The students were Olivia Johnson, Aubree Sbragia, Spencer Jennings, John Dzurinko, Emilie Stroud, Nick Johnson, Lilyann Sproule and Grace Polzella. Some of the stories included classics such as, The Grinch and The Night Before Christmas. While others were newer, If You Take A Mouse to the Movies and Gingerbread Christmas.
Congratulations to ALL FBLA members who attended the Regional Leadership Conference at Keystone College and TO OUR STATE QUALIFIERS WHO WILL ATTEND THE FBLA STATE CONFERENCE IN APRIL!
Alyssa Dulaney- 2nd in Introduction to Business Communication
Polina Goncharova- 2nd in Spreadsheet Applications
Paradise Sperry and Allexys Shafer- 2nd in Broadcast Journalism
Allison Edsell- 2nd in Help Desk; she was also elected as our 2022-2023 Regional Secretary!
Ashlynn Vargason & Olivia Johnson- 2nd in Publication Design
Mara Deleree- 2nd in Healthcare Administration
Towanda Jr. Sr. High School’s National Honor Society Students have been volunteering their time this holiday season, ringing the bell for The Salvation Army kettle at Hurley’s Supermarket in Towanda. Pictured are The Salvation Army Towanda Service Unit workers, Monte Hughey and Cheryl Bair, with seniors Logan Lambert and Eliza Fowler.
Mrs. Rebecca Stanfield, Principal of Towanda Junior/Senior High School, has announced that Aidan Hennessy and Ryan O’Connor have been named to the district’s “700 Club”. This club is designed to recognize students who score a 700 or more (out of 800) on at least one section of a College Board SAT. This is a feat that only about five percent of the nation’s students attain. The average score on the SAT is about 500 per section (reading, math, and writing). Aidan scored above 700 in the Reading/Writing section. Ryan also scored above a 700 in the Reading/Writing section.
The students, staff, and faculty of Towanda High School are proud of Aidan and Ryan on their accomplishments!