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Congratulations to the boys JV and varsity basketball teams, who started their seasons with big wins last night over Heritage.  

The JV team won 64-30, and was led in scoring by Brandon Roy and Ryan Gaiser with 13 points apiece.  Aaron Brown added 12, while James Holt and Brogan O'Brien chipped in 10 each.  

The varsity team won 88-36.  Every player scored. Noah Hoffmeister led the team with 16 points and Alex Joyce added 14.  

The Panthers travel to Pendleton Co tonight for a tripleheader starting at 5:00.  


The Lady Panthers travel to Williamstown tonight for Freshman and Varsity games starting at 6 pm. The JV and Varsity will take on Montgomery County tomorrow night @ home beginning at 6 pm.


The Middle School Christmas movie event will take place next Friday, December 13th, from 4:00 until 6:00.  Included with the movie will be a hot chocolate bar and popcorn.  


Who wants to hike and zipline in Costa Rica? Are you a World War 2 fan? Would you love to see the Eiffel Tower or witness the dungeons of the London Tower? Ms. Wolf is launching trips to Costa Rica in the summer of 2021 and to Europe in the summer of 2022. Any 8-10th grade student who is interested should bring your guardian and come to the informational meeting on Wednesday, Dec 11 at 7pm in the high school library. See Ms. Wolf for details.


This holiday season, our high school has put together a Children’s Hospital Christmas Drive.  Donations may include items such as toys, gift cards, books, and board games.  For the safety of all patients, all donations must be new and in original packaging.  The deadline for donations is December 12.  For more information, see Cailyn Underwood or the gift list and restrictions listed on the donation box.  The donation box will be in the main office before and after school and outside of Mr. Hart’s office during the school day.



Breakfast Monday:

Egg & cheese pizza stick or cereal, graham crackers, apple slices, milk


Lunch Monday:

Meatball sub, hash browns, green beans, orange juice, milk

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