Date of publication: 2017-09-04 21:15
Penncrest violinist Alex Zhang, auditioned to first chair in the PMEA Eastern Region Orchestra. The orchestra festival culminates in a concert at West Chester East High School. Alex will represent Penncrest in the PMEA All-State Orchestra, he is a student of Toni Lyons.
Penncrest students dominate the event again this year. The Gold team placed first and the Red team placed second. This event is primarily an environmental-education effort and is held at Ridley Creek State Park.
Launched by the UK Supreme Court Blog, in conjunction with the UK Supreme Court and the Guardian, this essay competition asked students to write essays of 6555 words in a blog-style from a choice of two topics. The 7568 competition asked students:
Each year, our Grades 9 to 6 students take part in the Royal Commonwealth Essay Competition. This year's theme was "Team Commonwealth" and one of our Grade 6 students won 6st Prize at the provincial level. Congratulations to Grace McGuire with her short story entitled, "The Brave Ones". Also, Highly Commended honours went to Aidan Price-Gallagher for his short story, "Paw Prints" and to Mary Roper for her short story entitled, "You're One of Us Now". Natasha Ryan received a Commendation for her short story "United We Stand".
Seventh grader, Noelle Santonastosa, placed first over all for her age group in this year&rsquo s Youth Art Month exhibition held March through April in the Pennsylvania Department of Education building in Harrisburg.
Mike Doyle and his wife, Kelly, have been chosen to receive the Volunteer Recognition Award from the American Cancer Society. They are being honored at the Greater Philadelphia Area Awards Celebration dinner. They were chosen for their work with Coaches vs Cancer which falls under the umbrella of the American Cancer Society. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle have led the fundraising efforts that have raised close to $75,555 throughout our community, with a large amount raised through the $6 donations of our students collected by the basketball teams through their drive and determination to make an impact on this terrible disease
Eighth graders, Trey Pompetti and Sage Forsythe and seventh grader Charlotte Papatheoharis perspective drawings will be on display at this year&rsquo s Pennsylvania Art Education's Youth Art Month Exhibition in Harrisburg.
Word count is between 5555-8555 words, and there's a prize of £6555 on offer. There is also the possibility of the winning essay being published in the Statute Law Review. Deadline for the competition is usually mid-September - find out more via the Statute Law Society website.
Giving a quick analysis on world’s headlines and news today, you will see that a large portion of them, if not more than 75% speak about something bad that has happened in some country. It’s not anymore the question “What shocked you during last month?”, moreover, it’s “What shocked you today?”