MIDD-WEST HIGH SCHOOL
STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
The Students of the Month for November at Midd-West High School have been announced.
Judge Ebright, eighth grade, is the son of Josh and Laura Ebright, of Richfield. In school Judge is involved in the FFA program. Outside school hee enjoys tractor pulling, hunting, trapping and farming. His future plans include being an FFA officer and later on be FFA president and owning his own landscape business.
Joseph Stuck, ninth grade, is the son of Joseph and Melinda Stuck, of Mount Pleasant Mills. Joseph is involved in student council, the golf team and track and field while in school. In his spare time he enjoys 4-H activities, riding his dirt bike, hunting and playing the piano and guitar. His future plans include attending college for civil engineering.
Clair Sankey, 10th grade, is the daughter of Robert and Vicki Sankey, of Kreamer. During school time she enjoys art, soccer and child development. In her spare time her interests are painting, drawing, playing soccer and hanging out with her friends. Her future plans include going to college to major as a physical therapy assistant.
Kevin Seebold, 11th grade, is the son of James and Susan Seebold, of Middleburg. His school activities include National Honor Society, Stage Crew, Music Mixing Club, American History Video Club and flag football. Outside school Kevin enjoys landscaping, woodworking, youth group, and VBS music leader. His future plans include attending SUN Area Technical School for advance precision machining or CAD and pursuing a career in an engineering field.
Wynnie Warren, 12th grade, is the daughter of Walter Warren, of McClure and Susan Amundson, of Charleston, S.C. Her school activities include Zumba, field hockey and softball. She enjoys listening to music and hanging out with her friends when not in school. She is planning on attending Bloomsburg University or Susquehanna University and majoring in organic chemistry or zoology after graduation.
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PA's Lincoln contest will give $5K to best high school speech
HARRSIBURG -- The state Department of Education has extended the deadline to get into “In Lincoln’s Footsteps,” a speech contest that will award the high-school winner a $5,000 scholarship, among other prizes.
Midd-West High School January Students of the Month
MIDDLEBURG -- Midd-West High School has announced the Students of the Month for January.
Midd-West Middle School Race Of Champions
MIDDLEBURG -- Midd-West Middle School seventh grade technology educations students designed and built CO2 racecars.
Midd-West Middle School January Awards
MIDDLEBURG -- Midd-West Middle School recognizes two students each month (one from each grade) for their outstanding achievement in the classroom and their leadership qualities.
Mustang’s Hard Work on Display at TSA Conference
MIDDLEBURG — For the first time in school history, Midd-West High School sent a contingent of students to compete in the Technology Student Association Region 7 Conference.
Midd-West Students Attend District Chorus
MIDDLEBURG -- Midd-West High School students Beverly Wagner, Rachel Sautner, Summer Hackenburg, and Michaela Wagner were selected to attend District Chorus held Feb. 9 and hosted by Hughesville High School.
Midd-West School District Fine Arts Students of the Month for January
MIDDLEBURG -- The Midd-West School District Fine Arts Students of the Month for January have been announced.
Midd-West High School second marking period honor roll
MIDDLEBURG -- Midd-West High School has announced the honor roll students for the second marking period.
West Snyder Elementary Word Scholars
BEAVER SPRINGS — The third grade students at West Snyder Elementary School will soon be word scholars.
Midd-West High School students selected for PMEA District Band Festival
MIDDLEBURG -- The PMEA District Band Festival was held recently at Milton High School. This band is comprised of the top musicians from 10 counties in Pennsylvania.
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