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Towanda Area Jr/Sr High News

Ryan Risch Inducted into "700 Club"

Ryan Risch

Mrs. Rebecca Stanfield, principal of Towanda Junior/Senior High School, announced today that Ryan Risch has 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 test. 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. A Letter of Commendation from the school will be presented by the principal to this scholastically talented senior.

Senior Play

Lucky Hudson and the 12th Street Gang

This year's Senior Class Play, "Lucky Hudson & The 12th Street Gang" will be performed in the auditorium on Thursday, November 15th, Friday, November 16th, and Saturday November 17th at 7:00 P.M. each evening.

Weekend Backpack Program

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Towanda Jr/Sr High School students help pack boxes at the Helping Hands Food Pantry for the Weekend Backpack Program for Towanda students. 215 students participate in the program that provides them with a backpack full of food for the weekend each week. Helping Hands is a non-profit and no students are turned away.

THS Keystone Exams

Pennsylvania Keystone Exams will be administered to Towanda Junior/Senior High School students during the month of December. The Keystone Exams are end-of course assessments designed to evaluate proficiency in academic content areas. Students will be offered multiple opportunities to take the Keystones throughout their high school careers.

Cole Barrett Inducted Into "700 Club"

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Mrs. Rebecca Stanfield, Principal of Towanda Junior/Senior High School, has announced that Cole Barrett has 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 test. 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). Cole scored above 700 in the Reading/Writing section.

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