Keeping up with lions


Three sevntth grade STEAM TEAM students who participated in the 2018 IU08 STEM Challenge. From left to right, the students names are Landen Fisher, Amelia Schultz and Alyssa Clark.

Maddy Pincin, Reporter

Welcome to the written version of the weekly announcements. Here are the announcements in case you missed them.

Attention Circle of Friends, you will be meeting at the bowling alley from 4 – 6 on Monday, April 30 for your bowling party. Turn in your permission slip to Ms. Herr in room C324 or Ms. Grabill in room C429 no later than Friday April 20.

To all the seventh and eighth graders:Don’t forget to  cast your vote for what you would like to watch for your PSSA reward movie on Friday, April 27!

Which movie would you like to watch for the November PBS reward movie?


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Tomorrow, April 20, is dress for decades day. Show your roar and earn Lion Loot by wearing your retro clothing. Have fun on Friday and rock your grade.

  • Seventh graders will dress like the 1970’s.  
  • Eighth graders will wear their totally tubular 80’s outfits.  
  • Ninth graders will wear 90’s style clothing.

Team Railroaders Memorial Museum would like to recognize Karilyn Salyer as this week’s student of the week. Salyer is a dedicated student that is mindful of her academic progress.  She is always looking for ways to help her teachers and fellow classmates.

Congratulations to the three seventh grade STEAM TEAM students who participated in the 2018 IU08 STEM Challenge at Mt. Aloysius College.

The fifth annual NJHS mini-thon was held to raise money for the Mt. Lion Backpack Program. The students were able to raise a record breaking $7557 for the Mountain Lion Backpack Program!