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    {Weatherly WVIA Team 201718.JPG} Weatherly Area High School students to compete on upcoming episode of WVIA’s Scholastic ScrimmageWeatherly Area High School students will be competing on the Monday, April 9th episode of WVIA’s Scholastic Scrimmage against Berwick High School at 7:30pm.WVIA’s Scholastic Scrimmage is a high school academic quiz show, produced in partnership with NEIU 19. Top students from WVIA’s member school districts compete in a tournament style competition which covers all academic disciplines. At the end of this year’s Scholastic Scrimmage season the winning school is awarded $5,000, with second place receiving $3,000 and third place receiving $1,000. The winning team also receives medals, a plaque for their high school's trophy case, and the bragging rights of being the very best.4 students from Weatherly compete in the game. The students are Joel Hinkle, Kenneth Hinkle, Ashley James, and their team captain Alan Knepper. The team has 2 team alternates, Rachael Caccese & Michayla McPeak. The team’s school advisor is Katie Leach.
    {TEAMS 2018 (2).JPG} Weatherly Area’s Math and Science Senior team placed 3rd in the Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics, and Science (TEAMS) competition at Bucknell University! Students answered multiple choice questions about “Engineering our Environment”, built a tower out of pipe cleaners, straws and paperclips to hold a tennis ball, and wrote an essay about transforming a prominent building within our community to conserve energy and be more environmentally friendly. The essay addressed the current impact of the existing building on the environment; proposed modifications to: reduce energy use; improve energy efficiency and/or reduce any negative environmental impact; and identify the advantages and disadvantages to implementing their plan.L to R: Dr.Katie Leach, Advisor, Jesse Gehman, Joel Hinkle, AJ Knepper, Deanna Stolpe, Jessica McKee, Samantha Knepper, Khadijah Zuberi, and Marie Gunderman
    {PA Governor's STEM Regional Competition (1).JPG} Jesse Gehman, Marie Gunderman, Joel Hinkle and Samantha Knepper placed 3rd in the PA Governor’s STEM Regional Competition at CLIU #21. The team created a device that could shovel snow and put down salt at the same time. In another part of the competition, the team had to take items inside a box and make the items travel as far as possible on their own.On TEAMS 2018 Winners Picture, L to R: Dr.Katie Leach, Advisor, Jesse Gehman, Joel Hinkle, AJ Knepper, Deanna Stolpe, Jessica McKee, Samantha Knepper, Khadijah Zuberi, and Marie GundermanOn PA Governor’s STEM Regional Winners Picture, L to R: Jesse Gehman, Joel Hinkle, Samantha Knepper and Marie Gunderman
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    {TEAMS 2018 (2).JPG} Weatherly Area’s Math and Science Senior team placed 3rd in the Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics, and Science (TEAMS) competition at Bucknell University! Students answered multiple choice questions about “Engineering our Environment”, built a tower out of pipe cleaners, straws and paperclips to hold a tennis ball, and wrote an essay about transforming a prominent building within our community to conserve energy and be more environmentally friendly. The essay addressed the current impact of the existing building on the environment; proposed modifications to: reduce energy use; improve energy efficiency and/or reduce any negative environmental impact; and identify the advantages and disadvantages to implementing their plan.L to R: Dr.Katie Leach, Advisor, Jesse Gehman, Joel Hinkle, AJ Knepper, Deanna Stolpe, Jessica McKee, Samantha Knepper, Khadijah Zuberi, and Marie Gunderman
    {PA Governor's STEM Regional Competition (1).JPG} Jesse Gehman, Marie Gunderman, Joel Hinkle and Samantha Knepper placed 3rd in the PA Governor’s STEM Regional Competition at CLIU #21. The team created a device that could shovel snow and put down salt at the same time. In another part of the competition, the team had to take items inside a box and make the items travel as far as possible on their own.On TEAMS 2018 Winners Picture, L to R: Dr.Katie Leach, Advisor, Jesse Gehman, Joel Hinkle, AJ Knepper, Deanna Stolpe, Jessica McKee, Samantha Knepper, Khadijah Zuberi, and Marie GundermanOn PA Governor’s STEM Regional Winners Picture, L to R: Jesse Gehman, Joel Hinkle, Samantha Knepper and Marie Gunderman
    {Coca-Cola Project WASD 2017-2018.JPG} Students donate over $100 to Weatherly High School with Coca-Cola Give ProjectWeatherly Area High School students turned Coca-Cola codes into cash for WeatherlyArea High School! Students worked each day before their holiday break to enter codesfrom Coca-cola caps and codes inside Coca-cola packaging to give the High School$116.92 . All “Coca-Cola Give” donations go directly to school administration for use attheir discretion. Any donation that a school receives from the program can be used topurchase supplies for extra-curricular activities including sports, technology, art and/orschool supplies within the school.The students who helped in the project were: Jasmine Montalvo, Austin Koslop, NickBerger, Emily Zoscin, Hannah Stefansky, Alexis Wilkinson, Kaileigh Barnes, DakotaMehlig, Dakota Kane, Albert Kislan, Braden Markovchick, Nicholas Pleban, and JustinWyffels.In the picture, top donators, L to R: Front – Jasmine Montalvo, Kaileigh Barnes, EmilyZoscin. Back – Alexis Wilkinson, Hannah Stephansky, Austin Koslop, Nick Berger
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    {Coca-Cola Project WASD 2017-2018.JPG} Students donate over $100 to Weatherly High School with Coca-Cola Give ProjectWeatherly Area High School students turned Coca-Cola codes into cash for WeatherlyArea High School! Students worked each day before their holiday break to enter codesfrom Coca-cola caps and codes inside Coca-cola packaging to give the High School$116.92 . All “Coca-Cola Give” donations go directly to school administration for use attheir discretion. Any donation that a school receives from the program can be used topurchase supplies for extra-curricular activities including sports, technology, art and/orschool supplies within the school.The students who helped in the project were: Jasmine Montalvo, Austin Koslop, NickBerger, Emily Zoscin, Hannah Stefansky, Alexis Wilkinson, Kaileigh Barnes, DakotaMehlig, Dakota Kane, Albert Kislan, Braden Markovchick, Nicholas Pleban, and JustinWyffels.In the picture, top donators, L to R: Front – Jasmine Montalvo, Kaileigh Barnes, EmilyZoscin. Back – Alexis Wilkinson, Hannah Stephansky, Austin Koslop, Nick Berger
    {Learn and Serve 2017-2018 Weatherly.JPG} Learn and Serve Program with Heritage Hill and Weatherly High SchoolFour students from Weatherly High School are participating in a Learn and ServeProgram with Heritage Hill Senior Community. Freshman Ashley James, Lilli Kunkle,Olivia Hirko, and Madilyn Hinkle work with the residents of the Community to teachthem how to use the computer. The students help with email, finding interesting website,and finding online games the residents enjoy playing. The goal of the program is not onlyto have students teach residents about the computer, but for students to form friendshipswith the residents and learn from them!Coordinators of the program are Deb Hauze, Activities Director at Heritage Hill, alongwith Tracy Earhart and Katie Leach, teachers at Weatherly Area School DistrictPicture, L to R: Madilyn Hinkle, Olivia Hirko, Deb Hauze, Lilli Kunkle and AshleyJames
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    {Coca-Cola Project WASD 2017-2018.JPG} Students donate over $100 to Weatherly High School with Coca-Cola Give ProjectWeatherly Area High School students turned Coca-Cola codes into cash for WeatherlyArea High School! Students worked each day before their holiday break to enter codesfrom Coca-cola caps and codes inside Coca-cola packaging to give the High School$116.92 . All “Coca-Cola Give” donations go directly to school administration for use attheir discretion. Any donation that a school receives from the program can be used topurchase supplies for extra-curricular activities including sports, technology, art and/orschool supplies within the school.The students who helped in the project were: Jasmine Montalvo, Austin Koslop, NickBerger, Emily Zoscin, Hannah Stefansky, Alexis Wilkinson, Kaileigh Barnes, DakotaMehlig, Dakota Kane, Albert Kislan, Braden Markovchick, Nicholas Pleban, and JustinWyffels.In the picture, top donators, L to R: Front – Jasmine Montalvo, Kaileigh Barnes, EmilyZoscin. Back – Alexis Wilkinson, Hannah Stephansky, Austin Koslop, Nick Berger
    {Learn and Serve 2017-2018 Weatherly.JPG} Learn and Serve Program with Heritage Hill and Weatherly High SchoolFour students from Weatherly High School are participating in a Learn and ServeProgram with Heritage Hill Senior Community. Freshman Ashley James, Lilli Kunkle,Olivia Hirko, and Madilyn Hinkle work with the residents of the Community to teachthem how to use the computer. The students help with email, finding interesting website,and finding online games the residents enjoy playing. The goal of the program is not onlyto have students teach residents about the computer, but for students to form friendshipswith the residents and learn from them!Coordinators of the program are Deb Hauze, Activities Director at Heritage Hill, alongwith Tracy Earhart and Katie Leach, teachers at Weatherly Area School DistrictPicture, L to R: Madilyn Hinkle, Olivia Hirko, Deb Hauze, Lilli Kunkle and AshleyJames
    {Geography Bee Winners 2017-2018 Weatherly.JPG} Weatherly Geography Bee Champion – Ricky RayRicky Ray won the National Geographic Geography Bee Championship at WeatherlyMiddle School! Jayce Shupe won second place and Jonathan Darraugh won third placein a fierce competition to test the students' knowledge about US and WorldGeography. This year, Tyler Fosburg answered every question correctly in thepreliminary round, which is very difficult to accomplish! Other students in the "TopTen" include: Frank Willis, Gavin Bradley, Brady Walters, Jayson Keller, ThomasChapman, and Jackie Guth.Each year thousands of schools in the United States participate in the NationalGeographic Bee using materials prepared by the National Geographic Society. Thecontest is designed to motivate students to learn about the world and how it works. Witha top prize of a $50,000 college scholarship—plus other prizes—the contest is designedto encourage teachers to include geography in their classrooms, spark student interest inthe subject, and increase public awareness about geography. Students from all 50 states,the District of Columbia, U.S. territories, and the Department of Defense DependentsSchools are participating in the 2018 National Geographic Bee.There are three levels of competition: school, state, and national. To compete foradvancement from the school to the state level, the winning student at each school musttake the online qualifying test. As many as 100 of the highest-scoring students in a stateor territory advance to the state competition. The state Bee champion advances to thenational championship in Washington, D.C.Picture, L – R: Tyler Fosburg, Jonathan Darraugh, Ricky Ray, and Jayce Shupe.
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