The National Honor Society is sponsoring a toy drive until Dec. 6. New or gently used toys can be dropped off with adviser Kathy Sheehy or officers Kaitlyn Watson or Amber Warrick.
Warrick also earned a unique distinction in becoming the first student in Kristin Zerbe’s English language arts class to be published twice in the same issue of Teen Ink magazine. The November issue features two articles written by Warrick. The first is a nonfiction story about dealing with the reality of homelessness and essay “Everyday Angels” is about being a firefighter. For her efforts, she also earned writer of the month for October in Zerbe’s creative writing class.
Several members of the football team earned all-conference recognition for the fall season. They were: Ben Piser (1st team linebacker), Rackeem Miller (2nd team defensive lineman), Darryl Smith (2nd team fullback), Raekwon Williams (2nd team defensive end), Kyri McIntosh (3rd team offensive guard) and Andre Nyemb (3rd team defensive end).
Members of the Technology Student Association attended the Fall Leadership Conference in Harrington on Nov. 18. In attendance were officers Max Stankiewicz (president), Jake Scholl (vice president), Skylar Hoffman (secretary), Ralph Stormer (treasurer) and Matthew Stormer (recorder). During the all-day conference, the students participated in various team building and leadership development activities.
Michelle Johnson will teach science and mathematics. Johnson was previously an adjunct professor at the University of Delaware.