Ephrata AM 5-4-21

5 MIN FILLER

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INTRO

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Good Morning Ephrata NAMES today is Tuesday May 4, 2021. Please rise for a moment of silence and the pledge to the flag.

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SILENCE/FLAG VIDEO

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Teachers, today begins our Mini-THON May Month. A teddy bear has been hidden in a classroom. The goal is to not have the Teddy Bear in your classroom by the end of the month. You can use students as well as another teachers/admin to transport the bear to another teacher’s classroom. The bear must be in a visible spot (not in cabinets). By the end of every week, if you have the bear, please contact your Mini-THON Representative to let them know. This way, we can keep track of the bear.    Today Mini-THON is holding “May the 4th Be With You” day. Participating teachers will teach in the dark tomorrow, while students wear glow sticks.

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Attention Juniors and Seniors:  The news you have been waiting for–There will be a prom this year!  You are invited to attend an evening Under the Stars on Saturday, June 12 at Clipper Stadium in Lancaster, PA.  Guest forms will still be required for guests who are not Ephrata students and will be available Monday, May 3.

 

Tickets for this year’s prom are $30.00 per person and sales will be on Thursday, May 6, and again next week on Tuesday May 11 and Thursday May 13 after school from 3:10 to 4:15.  Tickets will also be sold on Tuesday morning, May 11 from 7:30 until 8:10 for students who cannot make it after school.

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April showers bring May Mini-thon! As you all should know this years mini-thon is retro themed and will last all of may, so help support the fight in pediatric cancer by purchasing a totally retro t-shirt. The T shirt order form link will be posted on schoology! The shirts are $12 and ll orders are due by May 10th , as well as the money, which can be given to Mrs. Socie in room 317 ! So hurry up and get a shirt before it’s too late!

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And now over to ____________ with the news

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NEWS INTRO

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In today’s news, a town in Japan has used an emergency COVID relief fund to build a giant squid statue. The statute is 43 feet long and lies in the town of Noto, where flying squid is a delicacy. It used about $228,000 of the emergency fund to build. No one really knows why they built a random statute of a squid but some people believe it is to bring back tourists after the pandemic. In other news, on this day in history, in 1715, a French manufacturer debuts the first folding umbrella.

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Now to the juniors with the lunch

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LUNCH VIDEO

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SPORTS INTRO

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yesterday, track won vs Lebanon. The boys: Ephrata 104 2/3 – Lebanon 45 1/3 Girls: Ephrata 119 – Lebanon 26, and softball won 23-1 at Lebanon.

 

today, boys lacrosse is at LS, volleyball is home vs Lebanon, and girls lacrosse is at Hempfield

tomorrow, baseball is at CV, and softball is home vs CV.

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Now back to the main desk

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Seniors: Mandatory graduation practice is June 1st at 8:30, immediately following head down to the Ephrata Grater Park for a food truck frenzy, tickets for the picnic are available in the HS office.

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Thursday May 6th, EHS is celebrating our Seniors’ future plans with National College Signing Day.  Be sure to wear your college, military, or career GEAR that day to support the CLASS of 2021!

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Have a great day Ephrata!

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