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As part of their core communication class, 125 sophomores from Elizabethtown Area High School recently took part in the school’s annual Mock Interview Day. With more than 33 local business and community leaders sitting on the other side of the table, the students had a chance to sharpen their interview and job-readiness skills.
Elizabethtown Area High School’s Mini-THON’s co-chairs, Anya Goldsmith and John Hernley, are pleased to announce that Elizabethtown Area High School is holding their fourth annual student-run Mini-THON on Friday Mar. 20 from 7 p.m. until 7 a.m. the next morning.
A team of students from Elizabethtown Area High School recently took third place in the first annual regional Governor’s JOBS1st PA STEM Competition. The bronze-medal winning team was comprised of seniors Joanna Redcay, Joey Betz, Corby Rider, Muzzy Islam and Sam McMinn
Bill McDonald was approved by the Elizabethtown Area School District’s board of school directors to be the Bears new varsity football coach replacing Mike Cottle who resigned at the end of this past season.
Elizabethtown Area School District band students Kyra Buettner, Nicole Faiola and Stacie Savoca recently took part in the prestigious 2015 Pennsylvania Music Educators Association District 7 Band Festival held at Conestoga Valley High School in January.
Elizabethtown Area High School seniors Katherine Suchanec and Derek Flick were named the Elizabethtown Rotary Club’s Students of Month for February. Suchanec and Flick were honored for their high academic achievement and extensive involvement in school and community service activities.
Two Elizabethtown Area High School teams recently competed at the 31st annual Harrisburg Area Community College Computer Programming Competition. The two-person team of seniors Aaron Becker and Corby Rider had a strong showing placing fourth out of a field of 21 teams.
Elizabethtown Area Middle School recently held its 2015 spelling bee. The winner of the Bee was eighth grader Mandy Franz. With her victory, Franz is eligible to compete in the Lancaster Newspapers Regional Spelling Bee. The runner up was eighth grader Nat McCloud.
Bainbridge Elementary School recently observed the 100th day of school. The festive celebration included a school-wide story time with principal Greg Kiehl; classroom counting exercises; and as the highlight, students, faculty and staff dressing as if they were one hundred years old.
The Elizabethtown Area School District and GEARS are teaming up to support the GEARS Summer Playground Program. Now in its third year, the charity game has netted over $3,000 for local programs.
The EASD is pleased to invite parents, students, coaches and community members to a special presentation by Dr. Greg Dale of Duke University on how to maximize their child’s potential on Wednesday, Feb. 25. Dr. Dale is one of the nation’s leading sport psychology consultants and peak performance coaches.
Four students from Elizabethtown Area High School will have their photojournalism pictures published in Lancaster Newspaper’s Newspaper In Education tabloid on March 3.