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Previously Inducted SV Members Reevaluated At NHS Induction.

April 16, 2010

The following students are the previously inducted members of the Shenandoah Valley Chapter of the National Honor Society who were reevaluated to insure that they maintained the required academic standing and satisfied the guidelines of the four cornerstones of the NHS, that being scholarship, leadership, character, and service. The students being honored in the photo are left to right …First row: Jordan Mays, Ashley Kuhns, Mya McAndrew, Danielle Vale, Gianna Salvadore, David Saldana, and Brittany Gilroy. Second row: Natasha DeAngelo, Zach Lewis, Janine Paskey, Lauren Krise, Kathryn Sausser, Jennifer Kalenkoski, and Kathryn Smith. Third row: Jessica Winebrenner, Brittany Merunka, Samantha Davidson, Amanda Kalenkoski, Samantha Major, Sarah Grutza, Briana Sendatch, and Tyler Keller. Fourth row: Kristen Kufro, Ashley Karpovich, Alexandria Palubinsky, Elysha Bolschi, Martha Velazquez, Alison Dagilus, Molly Carduff, and Savana Major. Fifth row: Adam Macker, Blaise Breslosky, Eric James, Aaron Bekisz, Joseph Strong, Daniel Merva, and Tyler Savakinas. Missing from photo is Kayleigh Pronio.

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4/16/10 Announcements

April 16, 2010

Varsity Baseball and Softball teams will be dismissed today at 2:30.

All senior football players selected to play in the annual All Star game must turn in their information to Mr Hall by Friday or you will be scratched from the roster. Ad money should be turned into Coach Sajone.

A Nike bag with sneakers, a tee shirt and a Shenandoah Valley basketball practice uniform top with #1 on the back has been turned in to the office, if this is your bag, please come to the office to claim it.

The National Honor Society is selling hoagies from Lucky’s Deli. Please see any member of the honor society if you would like to buy one. Honor Society students are reminded that the hoagie sale will continue until April 30th. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Ashford or Mrs. Tite.

Seniors: Fundraiser orders and money are due today

Anyone going to the Prom your deposits are due NOW. Final payments by April 28th.

Drama practice is from 3-5 and from 6pm until you are dismissed. This will be the schedule until opening night.

Bloomsburg University is producing a play written by our own Mr Rooney this week. The play is called “NO PLACE” a thriller/dark comedy. Performances run tonight at 7:30pm and Sunday April 18th at 3:00pm. It will be performed at the Alvina Krause Theatre in Downtown Bloomsburg and the University is asking for a donation at the door for the Michael Collins Memorial Scholarship. Suggested donations are $10 for adults and $5 for students. There will be a bus going to see the Sunday Matinee. Sign up in Mr Rooney’s room with the $5 donation. The bus will leave at 1:30 on Sunday and we should arrive back in Shenandoah around 5:00pm. For separate tickets please call 570-389-4340. Or for more information see Mr Rooney.
Student Council will be sponsoring its second annual blood drive on May 11, 2010. Any student who is 16 and older and weighs at least 106 lbs is eligible to become a donor. Please sign up at the Devil Doings Board. As soon as permission forms become available, student council members will pass them on.

STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS WILL BE PROMOTING “PENNIES FOR PATIENTS” WHICH GOES TOWARDS THE LEUKEMIA AND LYMPHOMA SOCIETY. EACH TEACHER WILL RECEIVE A PENNIES FOR PATIENTS BOX. PLEASE DONATE ANY SPARE CHANGE THAT YOU MAY HAVE. EACH THURSDAY, STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES WILL COLLECT THE BOX AND RECORD THE AMOUNT ON THE BOTTOM OF THE BOX. THE ADVISORY CLASS THAT HAS THE MOST MONEY COLLECTED WILL RECEIVE AN ICE CREAM SUNDAE PARTY COURTESY OF STUDENT COUNCIL. COLLECTIONS WILL BE TAKEN UNTIL THURSDAY, APRIL 29.

Announcements 4/13/10

April 14, 2010

Teachers please remember that all grades must be entered today. No grades or grade changes will be accepted after today.

Yearbook meetings this week will be today and Thursday, after school.

All senior football players selected to play in the annual All Star game must turn in their information to Mr Hall by Friday or you will be scratched from the roster. Ad money should be turned into Coach Sajone.

A Nike bag with sneakers, a tee shirt and a Shenandoah Valley basketball practice uniform top with #1 on the back has been turned in to the office, if this is your bag please come to the office to claim it.

Teachers you may dismiss your 7th period class at 2:42. Bells will not ring at this time.

The National Honor Society is selling hoagies from Lucky’s Deli. Please see any member of the honor society if you would like to buy one. Honor Society students are reminded that the hoagie sale will continue until April 30th. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Ashford or Mrs. Tite.

Seniors: Fundraiser orders and money are due no later than Friday April 16th.

Anyone going to the Prom your deposits are due NOW. Final payments by April 28th.

Freshman candle orders will be in Thursday, April 15th. Students with large orders please make arrangements to have your order picked up. If needed we will extend pickup until Friday.

Congratulations to Ashley Karpovich for being named 3rd Team All Anthracite in the Reading Eagle!!

Drama practice is from 3-5 and from 6pm until you are dismissed. This will be the schedule until opening night.

Learn and Serve meeting today after school.

Attention Rotary, Student Council and Learn and Serve members: Rotary Bingo April 15th at the Shenandoah Manor at 6:00 pm. All members should try to attend.

Congratulations to Mrs. Boyer who has been named to the Pennsylvania State Advisory Board for Learn and Serve!!

Bloomsburg University is producing a play written by our own Mr Rooney this week. The play is called “NO PLACE” a thriller/dark comedy. Performances run Wednesday April 14th at 7:30pm, Friday, April 16th at 7:30pm and Sunday April 18th at 3:00pm. It will be performed at the Alvina Krause Theatre in Downtown Bloomsburg and the University is asking for a donation at the door for the Michael Collins Memorial Scholarship. Suggested donations are $10 for adults and $5 for students. There will be a bus going to see the Sunday Matinee. Sign up in Mr Rooney’s room with the $5 donation. The bus will leave at 1:30 on Sunday and we should arrive back in Shenandoah around 5:00pm. For separate tickets please call 570-389-4340. Or for more information see Mr Rooney.

Student Council will be sponsoring its second annual blood drive on May 11, 2010. Any student who is 16 and older and weighs at least 106 lbs is eligible to become a donor. Please sign up at the Devil Doings Board. As soon as permission forms become available, student council members will pass them on.
Seniors –
Rainbow Scholarship is offering 3 scholarship awards in June:
The Rainbow Award, The Queer Students of the Year and the Diversity Essay Contest. For more information and an application go to http://www.prideglv.org deadline is Monday June 1, 2010.

Scholarship applications for the Smith Trade School Scholarship are due in the guidance office ASAP. If you are attending a trade/2 year school and live in Shenandoah Borough please see Mrs. Chittalia for an application ASAP.

Scholarship applications for the Smith Scholarship at Bloomsburg University are due. If you live in Shenandoah Borough and have a letter of acceptance from Bloomsburg University please see Mrs. Chittalia ASAP.

Applications for the Pfluger-Przybylik Family Scholarship are available and due in the guidance office by April 14. Please stop in the guidance office for an application.

The Prizm Prom, sponsored by the HAVEN Group will be held Saturday, May 1 at the UUCLV in Bethlehem and is open to all gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender; questioning and allied youth ages 14-20. For more information stop it the guidance office, email havenyouthgroup@hotmail.com or call 610-967-1654

Any student in violation of the school dress code is to be sent to the principal’s office immediately. Students are to abide by all rules of the dress code policy.

Donations are being accepted for the local SPCA. Please bring all donations to Mrs. Carter’s Room.

STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS WILL BE PROMOTING “PENNIES FOR PATIENTS” WHICH GOES TOWARDS THE LEUKEMIA AND LYMPHOMA SOCIETY. EACH TEACHER WILL RECEIVE A PENNIES FOR PATIENTS BOX. PLEASE DONATE ANY SPARE CHANGE THAT YOU MAY HAVE. EACH THURSDAY, STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES WILL COLLECT THE BOX AND RECORD THE AMOUNT ON THE BOTTOM OF THE BOX. THE ADVISORY CLASS THAT HAS THE MOST MONEY COLLECTED WILL RECEIVE AN ICE CREAM SUNDAE PARTY COURTESY OF STUDENT COUNCIL. COLLECTIONS WILL BE TAKEN UNTIL THURSDAY, APRIL 29.

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April 12, 2010

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Shenandoah’s Redemption

March 19, 2010

WVIA-TV has given a chance for local residents of Shenandoah to stand up and put their own input on the previous negative statements on an earlier broadcast. Shenandoah Councilman John Szczyglak; Shenandoah Valley District Superintendent Dr. Stanley G. Rakowsky; former Shenandoah police Chief Neil P. Reese; Amilcar Arroyo, editor of El Mensajero Media, Hazleton; and Anna Arias of the Governor’s Advisory Commission on Latino Affairs, Hazleton- have all attended Thursdays panel and answered questions about Shenandoah and racism in general.