Ephrata AM 6-2-22

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Good Morning Ephrata NAMES today is June 2, 2022. This is the final show for the school year. Please rise for a moment of silence and the pledge to the flag.
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Now over to __rebekah________ with the news
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National Rotisserie Chicken Day, celebrated annually on June 2, was started by restaurant chain Boston Market in 2015 to celebrate the popular slow-roasted dish.
The holiday was founded by Boston Market in 2015, with the restaurant offering deals for the holiday and encouraging chicken fans to share photos and recipes on social media with the hashtag “#NationalRotisserieChickenDay.”
Today is the seniors’ last day!!
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Attention Future AP US History Students:  Please check your Schoology messages regarding the required Pre-Summer APUSH meeting with Mrs. Mellinger.  If you did not receive a message from her but are enrolled in the course for next year, please see her ASAP.  All students must attend one of the two meetings scheduled for TODAY, June 2 or TOMORROW, June 3.  Both meetings will take place at 2:30 during ACT in Rm. 123.  The meetings will include a Course Overview, Material Distribution, and directions for Summer Assignments.
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ATTENTION FUTURE AP SEMINAR STUDENTS: We will have a meeting TODAY, June 2 during ACT in the library to discuss summer work, course expectations and I will provide a general overview of the course. Please see Mrs. Hull for a pass or for more information.
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Attention Students signed up for AP Biology with Mrs. Brenner next year!
Please plan to come to Room 101 during ACT tomorrow, 6/3 for an informational meeting.  You will take a small assessment, pick up the text and the summer assignment.  If neither of those days work, please send Mrs. Brenner a message and make a time to meet.
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Attention students who are signed up for AP Language and Composition next year.  There will be a short informational meeting in room 231 during ACT tomorrow, June 3rd.
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LUNCH
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Today at noon, the Mounts baseball team continues in the district 3 tournament against Manheim Central for the championship. It will be played in Fredericksburg and broadcast on Blue Ridge. Good luck!
Attention all athletes, Fall 2022 sports sign ups are under way on Schoology.  Sign up is located on your class Schoology page.  If you have any questions stop by the athletic office in between classes or before or after school.   The following sports are available for current 9th – 11th graders.  Boys & girls Cross Country, girls field hockey, boys & girls golf, football, boys & Girls soccer, girls tennis and girls volleyball.
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Summer School information is available now:  If needed, be sure to check this out on the EHS Counseling website.  If you failed a class and need to retake it, this summer is the time to do so!  If you have any questions, please make an appointment with Mrs. Ditzler to see your counselor.
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Ephrata AM 5-24-22

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Good Morning Ephrata NAMES today is Tuesday May 24, 2022. Please rise for a moment of silence and the pledge to the flag.
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Class of 2022 – This message is just for you!
June 7th At the grassy area of the War, will be the Senior Food Truck Picnic. Immediately after you inspire the elementary students with your grad walk you are invited to fun, games, and food!
Tickets are on sale now in the MAIN OFFICE. For just 5$…….that’s right 5 smackaroos you will be able to indulge in Chicken, Tacos, Ice Cream, Coffee and more!
Tickets on sale thru May 26th.
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A homesick London restauranteur decided to the ditch the employment of culinary school graduates, and start hiring that almost mythical allegory of culinary folklore—the Italian grandmother.
For Peppe Corsaro, this return to his roots was met with huge success in the London restaurant scene, and has brought dozens of mammas from all regions of Italy.
“La Mia Mamma” is a 3-month chef-in-residency program for Italian moms and grandmas who want to travel to London to showcase their region, or province’s culinary treats. It started when Corsaro, missing his native Sicily and the marathon Sunday lunches he used to enjoy, thought he’d simply fly in his mother to cook for him in his restaurant.
Today is Aviation Maintenance Technician Day
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The YEARBOOKS ARE HERE! Yearbook distribution will take place TODAY during all lunches. If you forgot to order one, there are only 10 extra copies available at this time. You can bring along cash or check made to EASD for $80.
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ATTENTION FUTURE AP SEMINAR STUDENTS: We will have a meeting next Thursday, June 2 during ACT in the library to discuss summer work, course expectations and I will provide a general overview of the course. Please see Mrs. Hull for a pass or for more information.
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Attention Students signed up for AP Biology with Mrs. Brenner next year!
Please plan to come to Room 101 during ACT either this Thursday, 5/26 or next Friday, 6/3 for an informational meeting.  You will take a small assessment, pick up the text and the summer assignment.  If neither of those days work, please send Mrs. Brenner a message and make a time to meet.
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 •Walking Tacos
•Papa John’s Pizza
•Crispy Chicken Wrap
•Fruit & Yogurt Parfait w/ Muffin
•Buffalo Chicken Salad
+Refried Beans
+Mexican Corn
+Grape Tomatoes / Dip
◊Assorted Fresh Fruit or
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Yesterday, baseball starts the first round of Districts. Brody Martin, threw a complete-game five-hitter. He needed just 78 pitches, 55 of them strikes. The Mounts scored four in the second inning. Aaron Hershberger and Ryan Bromirski had two hits each for the Mounts (15-6), who will host a quarterfinal Thursday against Monday’s Exeter-Twin Valley winner.
There will be an informational meeting for anyone signed up for cross country on Wednesday at 8:05 in the lobby.
Attention all athletes, Fall 2022 sports sign ups are under way on Schoology.  Sign up is located on your class Schoology page.  If you have any questions stop by the athletic office in between classes or before or after school.   The following sports are available for current 9th – 11th graders.  Boys & girls Cross Country, girls field hockey, boys & girls golf, football, boys & Girls soccer, girls tennis and girls volleyball.
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Summer School information is available now:  If needed, be sure to check this out on the EHS Counseling website.  If you failed a class and need to retake it, this summer is the time to do so!  If you have any questions, please make an appointment with Mrs. Ditzler to see your counselor.
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The Wellness Center will be closed today during ACT.
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Ephrata AM 5-23-22

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Good Morning Ephrata NAMES today is Monday May 23, 2022. Please rise for a moment of silence and the pledge to the flag.
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Class of 2022 – This message is just for you!
June 7th At the grassy area of the War, will be the Senior Food Truck Picnic. Immediately after you inspire the elementary students with your grad walk you are invited to fun, games, and food!
Tickets are on sale now in the MAIN OFFICE. For just 5$…….that’s right 5 smackaroos you will be able to indulge in Chicken, Tacos, Ice Cream, Coffee and more!
Tickets on sale thru May 26th.
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Harry Styles’ long-awaited third record is finally here. Released on May 20, “Harry’s House” features 13 new songs that each capture a unique, singular moment within the 28-year-old’s life over the past three years since the release of his 2019 album “Fine Line.” Through his “day in the life” approach, Styles ended up with a record that he described was “so much more intimate to me and so much more intimately made” than he could’ve ever foreseen.
in other news it is World Turtle Day
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The YEARBOOKS ARE HERE! Yearbook distribution will take place TODAY and tomorrow during all lunches. If you forgot to order one, LIMITED extra copies are available. You can bring along cash or check made to EASD for $80.
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Attention Students signed up for AP Biology with Mrs. Brenner next year!
Please plan to come to Room 101 during ACT either this Thursday, 5/26 or next Friday, 6/3 for an informational meeting.  You will take a small assessment, pick up the text and the summer assignment.  If neither of those days work, please send Mrs. Brenner a message and make a time to meet.
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LUNCH
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This past weekend the Ephrata Track and Field Team competed in the District III meet at Shippensburg University. Our boys team finished in 12th place and our girls squad finished in 18th place in District III. Individual medal winners were:
    Jianna Long 5th in the 100 meter dash
    Jianna Long 4th in the 400 meter dash
    Noah Keller 8th in the 400 meter dash
    Madison Kimmel 8th in the 1600 meter run
    Kyle Emrey 5th in the 300 hurdles
    Enrico Faccio 3rd in the 300 hurdles
    Lily Shuke 5th in the high jump
    The boys 4×400 team of Kyle Emrey, Nick Keller, Enrico Faccio and Miles Campbell finishing 4th
    The boys 4×100 team of Kyle Emrey, Nick Keller, Jeremiah Knowles and Enrico Faccio finishing 4th and setting a NEW SCHOOL RECORD of 43.20 seconds.
Qualifying for the PIAA track meet this weekend at Shippensburg will be:
Jianna Long in the 100 and 400 meter dash
Lily Shuke in the high jump
Kyle Emrey and Enrico Faccio in the 300 meter hurdles
The boys 4×100 relay team of Kyle Emrey, Nick Keller, Jeremiah Knowles, Enrico Facio and Caleb Gaston.
The boys 4×400 relay team of Kyle Emrey, Nick Keller, Enrico Faccio, Miles Campbell, Jeremiah Knowles and Luke Wingenroth
Today, baseball starts the first round of Districts where they are seeded 4th and will play at home against Wellsboro at 5:30.
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Summer School information is available now:  If needed, be sure to check this out on the EHS Counseling website.  If you failed a class and need to retake it, this summer is the time to do so!  If you have any questions, please make an appointment with Mrs. Ditzler to see your counselor.
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Have a great day Ephrata!
PROMPTED BY: Chandler Grill
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Ephrata AM 5-20-22

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Good Morning Ephrata NAMES today is Friday May 20, 2022. Please rise for a moment of silence and the pledge to the flag.
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Class of 2022 – This message is just for you!
June 7th At the grassy area of the War, will be the Senior Food Truck Picnic. Immediately after you inspire the elementary students with your grad walk you are invited to fun, games, and food!
Tickets are on sale now in the MAIN OFFICE. For just 5$…….that’s right 5 smackaroos you will be able to indulge in Chicken, Tacos, Ice Cream, Coffee and more!
Tickets on sale thru May 26th.
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The two-year-old Great Dane officially achieved the title of Worlds tallest dog on March 22, 2022, after his record-breaking height of 3 ft 5.8 inches was measured and confirmed by his vet.
“Ever since I was a little girl, I wanted a Great Dane named Zeus,” said Brittany Davis. Her dream became reality when her brother gifted eight-week-old Zeus to the Davis family. Zeus shares his home with three miniature Australian shepherds, as well as a cat. While he reportedly loves all his siblings, his best friend is the miniature Australian shepherd, Zeb
in other news, its national be a millionaire day
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The YEARBOOKS ARE HERE! Yearbook distribution will take place next Monday and Tuesday during all lunches. If you forgot to order one, LIMITED extra copies are available. You can bring along cash or check made to EASD for $80.
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You know that students take German and Spanish at EHS where they learn about the language and culture, but did you know that in the Ephrata Area School District we have students from 26 different countries who speak 18 different languages? May 21 is the official day for cultures day and this week we wanted to highlight a few of students who moved here from other countries and a few items about their country of origin.
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LUNCH
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Yesterday, the Mounts baseball team played against Manheim Twp in the LL tournament finals at Clipper Stadium.  Unfortunately, the Mounts were unable to produce enough offense to match the Blue Streaks and end with second place. Districts are next up for the Mounts where they are seeded 4th and will play at home.
photo courtesy LNP
Today, track is off to Shippensburg for Districts.
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Summer School information is available now:  If needed, be sure to check this out on the EHS Counseling website.  If you failed a class and need to retake it, this summer is the time to do so!  If you have any questions, please make an appointment with Mrs. Ditzler to see your counselor.
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Ephrata AM 5-19-22

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Good Morning Ephrata NAMES today is Thursday May 19, 2022. Please rise for a moment of silence and the pledge to the flag.
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Class of 2022 – This message is just for you!
June 7th At the grassy area of the War, will be the Senior Food Truck Picnic. Immediately after you inspire the elementary students with your grad walk you are invited to fun, games, and food!
Tickets are on sale now in the MAIN OFFICE. For just 5$…….that’s right 5 smackaroos you will be able to indulge in Chicken, Tacos, Ice Cream, Coffee and more!
Tickets on sale thru May 26th.
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The U.S. Soccer Federation announced Wednesday that it has reached a deal to pay the U.S. Men’s National Team and the U.S. Women’s National Team equally, eliminating a contentious pay gap that saw female players earning less.
The new collective bargaining agreements will run through 2028 and include the “equalization” of World Cup prize money, the organization announced.
In February, the governing body and the women’s team announced a settlement to resolve the longstanding pay dispute, with the federation agreeing to pay the two teams equally in the next union contract and give the women’s team $22 million in back pay.
Today is National Devil’s Food Cake Day
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The YEARBOOKS ARE HERE! Yearbook distribution will take place next Monday and Tuesday during all lunches. If you forgot to order one, LIMITED extra copies are available. You can bring along cash or check made to EASD for $80.
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You know that students take German and Spanish at EHS where they learn about the language and culture, but did you know that in the Ephrata Area School District we have students from 26 different countries who speak 18 different languages? May 21 is the official day for cultures day and this week we wanted to highlight a few of students who moved here from other countries and a few items about their country of origin.
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•Pancakes w/ Sausage
•Bacon Egg Cheese Croissant
•French Bread Pizza
•Italian Hoagie
•Crispy Popcorn Chicken Salad
•Fruit & Yogurt Parfait w/ Muffin
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+Fresh Broccoli or Cucumbers /
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+Hash Browns
◊ Warm Cinnamon Apples,
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Tonight, the Mounts baseball team plays against Manheim Twp at 7:30 in the LL tournament finals at Clipper Stadium. The game will also be broadcast on Blue Ridge cable 11.
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Summer School information is available now:  If needed, be sure to check this out on the EHS Counseling website.  If you failed a class and need to retake it, this summer is the time to do so!  If you have any questions, please make an appointment with Mrs. Ditzler to see your counselor.
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Have a great day Ephrata!
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Ephrata AM 5-18-22

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Good Morning Ephrata NAMES today is Wednesday May 18, 2022. Please rise for a moment of silence and the pledge to the flag.
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Class of 2022 – This message is just for you!

June 7th At the grassy area of the War, will be the Senior Food Truck Picnic. Immediately after you inspire the elementary students with your grad walk you are invited to fun, games, and food!

Tickets are on sale now in the MAIN OFFICE. For just 5$…….that’s right 5 smackaroos you will be able to indulge in Chicken, Tacos, Ice Cream, Coffee and more!

Tickets on sale thru May 26th.
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The YEARBOOKS ARE HERE! Yearbook distribution will take place next Monday and Tuesday during all lunches. If you forgot to order one, LIMITED extra copies are available. You can bring along cash or check made to EASD for $80.
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LUNCH
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Yesterday, Baseball played at home in the semis of the LL tournament against Warwick. Strong pitching by Brody Martin lasted into the 7th inning till he reached his pitch limit, recording only a single walk the entire game. With the game tied 1-1 after 7, Ephrata put up another 2 runs in the 8th on a Mason Hagen walk, a Warwick error, a Bromirski bunt, and an infield bouncer by Brody Martin. With the 3-1 win, the Mounts move on to the finals at Clipper Stadium on Thursday. The game will also be broadcast on Blue Ridge cable 11.

Attention all athletes, Fall 2022 sports sign ups are under way on Schoology. Sign up is located on your class Schoology page. If you have any questions stop by the athletic office in between classes or before or after school. The following sports are available for current 9th – 11th graders. Boys & girls Cross Country, girls field hockey, boys & girls golf, football, boys & Girls soccer, girls tennis and girls volleyball.
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Summer School information is available now: If needed, be sure to check this out on the EHS Counseling website. If you failed a class and need to retake it, this summer is the time to do so! If you have any questions, please make an appointment with Mrs. Ditzler to see your counselor.
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Have a great day Ephrata!
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Ephrata AM 5-17-22

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Good Morning Ephrata NAMES today is Tuesday May 17, 2022. Please rise for a moment of silence and the pledge to the flag.
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Class of 2022 – This message is just for you!
June 7th At the grassy area of the War, will be the Senior Food Truck Picnic. Immediately after you inspire the elementary students with your grad walk you are invited to fun, games, and food!
Tickets are on sale now in the MAIN OFFICE. For just 5$…….that’s right 5 smackaroos you will be able to indulge in Chicken, Tacos, Ice Cream, Coffee and more!
Tickets on sale thru May 26th.
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A House panel is holding a public hearing on Tuesday on “unidentified aerial phenomena,” popularly known as UFOs, a high-profile moment for a controversial topic that has long been relegated to the fringes of public policy.
The hearing, which is being livestreamed, has been convened by the House Intelligence Committee’s Counterterrorism, Counterintelligence, and Counterproliferation subcommittee, a panel chaired by Democratic Rep. André Carson of Indiana.
Carson warned in his opening remarks at the hearing, “This hearing and our oversight work has a simple idea at its core: Unidentified Aerial Phenomena are a potential national security threat. And they need to be treated that way.”
ALSO, today is Election Day!  Don’t forget to vote if registered!  Polls close at 8 pm!
Today is National Graduation Tassel Day
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The YEARBOOKS ARE HERE! Yearbook distribution will take place next Monday and Tuesday during all lunches. If you forgot to order one, LIMITED extra copies are available. You can bring along cash or check made to EASD for $80.
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You know that students take German and Spanish at EHS where they learn about the language and culture, but did you know that in the Ephrata Area School District we have students from 26 different countries who speak 18 different languages? May 21 is the official day for cultures day and this week we wanted to highlight a few of students who moved here from other countries and a few items about their country of origin.
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•Cheesy Chili Nachos
•Crispy Chicken Sandwich
•Papa John’s Pizza
•Crispy Chicken Wrap
•Fruit & Yogurt Parfait w/ Muffin
•Buffalo Chicken Salad
+Sweet Potato Fries
+Green Pepper Strips / Dip
+Broccoli/Cheese Sauce
◊Assorted Fresh Fruit or
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Today, Baseball continues in the LL tournament against Warwick at 7:30pm. The winner moves on to the finals at Clipper Stadium.
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Summer School information is available now:  If needed, be sure to check this out on the EHS Counseling website.  If you failed a class and need to retake it, this summer is the time to do so!  If you have any questions, please make an appointment with Mrs. Ditzler to see your counselor.
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Ephrata AM 5-16-22

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Good Morning Ephrata NAMES today is Monday May 16, 2022. Please rise for a moment of silence and the pledge to the flag.
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Class of 2022 – This message is just for you!
June 7th At the grassy area of the War, will be the Senior Food Truck Picnic. Immediately after you inspire the elementary students with your grad walk you are invited to fun, games, and food!
Tickets are on sale now in the MAIN OFFICE. For just 5$…….that’s right 5 smackaroos you will be able to indulge in Chicken, Tacos, Ice Cream, Coffee and more!
Tickets on sale thru May 26th.
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On Saturday, baseball played against Lancaster Catholic in the first round of LL playoffs. The Mounts started out strong with a 6 run lead after the first 2 innings behind pitcher Tanner McCracken. They eventually added 5 more in the 5th, ending with an 11-1 win. Next, they play on Tuesday.
This weekend, the Ephrata Track and Field program traveled to Hempfield High School to compete in the Lancaster Lebanon League Meet.

Our girls team finished in 6th place with 44 points. Medal winners were:
Jianna Long: Lancaster-Lebanon League Champion in both the 100 and 400 meter dash
Madison Kimmel: 3rd place in both the 1600 and 3200 meter run
The 4×400 Relay team of Hannah Schwartz, Kayla Reidenbaugh, Madison Kimmel and Jianna Long placing 7th
Courtney Smith: 3rd place in the Triple Jump
Lily Shuke: 5th place in the High Jump
Our boys team finished in 4th place with 62 points. Medal winners were:
Nick Keller: 4th place in the 400 meter dash
Enrico Faccio: 4th place in the 110 meter hurdles / 2nd place in the 300 meter hurdles
Kyle Emrey: 3rd place in the 300 meter hurdles
The 4×100 team of Kyle Emrey, Nick Keller, Jerimiah Knowles and Enrico Faccio 2nd place 43.44 and NEW SCHOOL RECORD
The 4×400 team of Kyle Emrey, Nick Keller, Parker Loose and Miles Campbell 3rd place
The 4×800 meter relay team of Parker Loose, Noah Wingenroth, Luke Wingenroth and Miles Campbell 2nd place
Weston Nolt: 4th place in the shot put
Sam McCracken: 2nd place in the javelin
Josh Musser: 6th place in the javelin
This weekend, the team travels to Shippensburg University to compete in the District III Track and Field Meet.
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Summer School information is available now:  If needed, be sure to check this out on the EHS Counseling website.  If you failed a class and need to retake it, this summer is the time to do so!  If you have any questions, please make an appointment with Mrs. Ditzler to see your counselor.
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Ephrata AM 5-13-22

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Good Morning Ephrata NAMES today is Friday May 13, 2022. Please rise for a moment of silence and the pledge to the flag.
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Artists who exhibited in the District Art Show can now pick up their work from Mrs. Yeo and Mr. Hershey.
Did you just hear that? District Art Show works to be picked up! The show was a tremendous success and now we need to return this outstanding artwork to the artists.
So get on down to Yeo’s and Hershey’s rooms to gather your stuff.
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Class of 2022 – This message is just for you!
June 7th At the grassy area of the War, will be the Senior Food Truck Picnic. Immediately after you inspire the elementary students with your grad walk you are invited to fun, games, and food!
Tickets are on sale now in the MAIN OFFICE. For just 5$…….that’s right 5 smackaroos you will be able to indulge in Chicken, Tacos, Ice Cream, Coffee and more!
Tickets on sale today thru May 26th.
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Now over to __________ with the news
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Attention prom goers! If you plan on getting pictures done at the cloister please be aware there is an event there, at the Saal meetinghouse, till 3:30 the day of prom. Please try to come to take photos no earlier than 4 pm!
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The Aevidum club is selling tootsie pops at lunch. They are 25 cents each. They will be sold May 16th-20th (keystone week). Each pop will come with a label to write an encouraging message to a friend. Aevidum, we’ve got your back!
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LUNCH
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Attention all athletes, Fall 2022 sports sign ups are under way on Schoology.  Sign up is located on your class Schoology page.  If you have any questions stop by the athletic office in between classes or before or after school.   The following sports are available for current 9th – 11th graders.  Boys & girls Cross Country, girls field hockey, boys & girls golf, football, boys & Girls soccer, girls tennis and girls volleyball.
Today, track is at Hempfield for championships.
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Summer School information is available now:  If needed, be sure to check this out on the EHS Counseling website.  If you failed a class and need to retake it, this summer is the time to do so!  If you have any questions, please make an appointment with Mrs. Ditzler to see your counselor.
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The following students are winners of yesterday’s Biology Boot Camp Raffle.  Please see Mrs. Wellman in the main office for your prize.
Winners of a coupon for a free Blizzard donated by Ephrata Dairy Queen are:
    Brenden Kapczynski
    Kayla Reiderbaugh
    Michael Kasampilo
    Eduardo Olivio- Morales
    Anthony Huff
    Katie Koychev
    Grace Paparo
    Alicia Martin
    Gretchen Suhrbier
    Justin Muscarelli
    Brooke Hackman
Winners of the $10 gift cards are:
•           Peyton Loose- McDonald’s
•           Richard Berry- Dunkin
•           Jay Robbins- Wawa
The following students have a prize waiting for them in the office from a prior drawing:
    Anna Commero
    Dakota Fry
And, the grand prize winner of the airpods is Alayna Regitz!
Please see Mrs. Wellman in the main office for your prize.
Thank you for participating in Bio Boot Camp and best of luck as you finish your studying process and take your Keystone Exam.
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Ephrata AM 5-12-22

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Good Morning Ephrata NAMES today is Thursday May 12, 2022. Please rise for a moment of silence and the pledge to the flag.
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SILENCE/FLAG VIDEO
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Artists who exhibited in the District Art Show can now pick up their work from Mrs. Yeo and Mr. Hershey.
Did you just hear that? District Art Show works to be picked up! The show was a tremendous success and now we need to return this outstanding artwork to the artists.
So get on down to Yeo’s and Hershey’s rooms to gather your stuff.
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Class of 2022 – This message is just for you!
June 7th At the grassy area of the War, will be the Senior Food Truck Picnic. Immediately after you inspire the elementary students with your grad walk you are invited to fun, games, and food!
Tickets are on sale now in the MAIN OFFICE. For just 5$…….that’s right 5 smackaroos you will be able to indulge in Chicken, Tacos, Ice Cream, Coffee and more!
Tickets on sale today thru May 26th.
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Now over to __________ with the news
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NEWS INTRO
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It was a case of ‘all’s wool that ends wool’ for five sheep who found themselves on the rooftop of a house in Yorkshire—and were successfully rescued by local firemen.
While goats are famous for appearing on all fours in places that boggle the mind, these five farm sheep had apparently leapt from a nearby field onto the roof, where they then found themselves quite stuck.
West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue were called to Barnsley Road in Newmillerdam, England— where rescue officer Damian Cameron worked with a local landowner to create a makeshift bridge the sheep could use to escape from the roof.
Fortunately it all turned out well, as all five sheep alighted the bridge and back into the paddock.
In other news, today is NATIONAL ODOMETER DAY
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now back to the main desk
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Attention prom goers! If you plan on getting pictures done at the cloister please be aware there is an event there, at the Saal meetinghouse, till 3:30 the day of prom. Please try to come to take photos no earlier than 4 pm!
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The Aevidum club is selling tootsie pops at lunch. They are 25 cents each. They will be sold May 16th-20th (keystone week). Each pop will come with a label to write an encouraging message to a friend. Aevidum, we’ve got your back!
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 •Mountaineer Cheeseburger
•Buffalo Chicken Meatball
 Sandwich
•4 Cheese or 4 Meat Pizza
•Italian Hoagie
•Crispy Popcorn Chicken Salad
•Fruit & Yogurt Parfait w/ Muffin
+Tossed Salad
+French Fries
+Fresh Broccoli or Cucumbers /
 Dip
◊Chilled Pears, Fresh Fruit or
 Slushie
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SPORTS INTRO
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Yesterday, baseball lost 13-2 vs Cumberland Valley, and volleyball lost 3-1 vs Cocalico
Today, there are no events
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Now back to the main desk
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Summer School information is available now:  If needed, be sure to check this out on the EHS Counseling website.  If you failed a class and need to retake it, this summer is the time to do so!  If you have any questions, please make an appointment with Mrs. Ditzler to see your counselor.
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The following students are winners of yesterday’s Biology Boot Camp Raffle.  Please see Mrs. Wellman in the main office for your prize.
Winners of a coupon for a free Blizzard donated by Ephrata Dairy Queen are:
    Haileigh Weik
    Quinten Pfautz
    Kailey Byers
    Dakota Fry
    Cosmos Kasamello
    Carolyn Wagle
    Caleb Zimmerman
    Jake Jankowski
    Ethan Grinser
    Jeremiah Knowles
Winners of the $10  gift cards are:
    Jacek Sarver- McDonald’s
    Evelyn Banks- Dunkin
    Hannah Ya- Wawa
The following students have a prize waiting for them in the office from a prior drawing:
Mackenzie Flora
Anna Cammero
Maycee Carson
Lance Wilson
Please see Mrs. Wellman in the main office for your prize.
Thank you for participating and we hope to see you again during ACT time today in the Cafeteria for the last Bio Boot Camp and your final chance to earn an entry into the Grand Prize drawing for the pair of Apple Airpods.
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Have a great day Ephrata!
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