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JV TRACK

JV Track at Scranton High will start on Monday, March 5th. Any 7th or 8th grader who wants to tryout must get a physical before March 5th. To get a physical ,go to the PIAA website(https:www.piaa.org) Print the form and see a school physician or your own physician.MUST HAVE PHYSICAL TO TRY OUT
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7th & 8th grade Baseball conditioning

Attention 7th & 8th grade boys interested in trying out for the baseball team.
There will be baseball conditioning next Tues, Wed, & Thur after school until 5:30.
This is not mandatory. It is optional.
Please bring a change of clothes and also any baseball equipment you may have.
You will meet in the boys gymnasium after school with the coach.
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Boxtops for Education

Boxtops are currently being collected. The homeroom from each grade that collects the most boxtops will be awarded a dress down day. The last day to submit boxtops is this February 23rd.
Thank you.
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What’s So Cool About Manufacturing”

Northeast students visited Nivert Metal to make a video explaining "What's so Cool About Manufacturing?" A video contest amongst school districts across PA through "Dream it Do it PA", to bring awareness to the opportunity of advanced manufacturing careers.
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December Panther of the month

PJ Murphy, a 6th grader on Panther team, was chosen as December’s Panther of the Month. He is a very hardworking student, who loves participating in school as well as extra-curricular activities.

In school, PJ likes to focus on his work and strives to become an even better student. He also plays for the school’s sixth grade basketball team. When asked what he likes to do outside of school, he replied, “I play sports like baseball, basketball and football.”

Mrs. Regan, his reading teacher, had this to say: “He is an all around good student. He does well academically, but more importantly, he has a heart of gold and is kind to everyone. He is outgoing and loves a challenge!”

PJ looks up to his parents the most and said, “They’re good role models. They always do the right thing.” When he is older, he aspires to be a professional athlete in one of his favorite sports. If that doesn’t work out, he’d like to be a doctor. He isn’t sure what kind of doctor, but he wants to help people. PJ wants to be successful in anything that he does, so either profession would be a good choice for him.

Overall, PJ Murphy is an amazing student and wonderful choice for Panther of the Month!

Congrats, PJ!


Written by Judith Ramos
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November student of the month

Noah Petrewski, a seventh grader on the white team, is November's Panther of the Month. His reading teacher Mrs. Berardinelli says, "He is a hardworking student who always does his best. He is always kind to others and helpful." He shows what being a panther truly is.

Besides being an exceptional student, he would like to try out for basketball. He says that, "Basketball is my favorite sport. I love to go out on the court and have fun playing with my friends!" Additionally, he voiced that he is thinking of joining the Ski Club if he doesn't get on the basketball team.

His absolute favorite subject in school is math. He enjoys solving equations, though he admits that some can be quite challenging. His preferred teacher is Mrs. Beradinelli. However, he doesn't particularly like reading.

Noah answered that his role model is his mother. "She's always there when I need her, and I couldn’t ask for a better mother." He wishes to travel to California in the future with her for a vacation.

Noah seeks to go to Penn State University after he graduates High School. Noah confessed, "I don't know what I want to be yet, but I do know I'm going to be someone great!" He offered the following advice to the students of Northeast: "Keep trying and always keep your head up."

Noah is an excellent role model for all, and that's why he is November's Panther of the Month!

Congrats, Noah!

Written by Abigail Wilson
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