Penn Manor Bulletin

Penn Manor High School
Tuesday, December 22, 2015, Day 5

Student Council is hosting a MiniTHON dodgeball tournament on December 23rd!Student teams, as well as, Faculty teams are not only welcome but encouraged!!! Registration paper s are located in the main office. Teams can consist of 7-10 players and cost is $5 per player. See you there and good luck

Grab your friends for FBLA’s Floor Hockey Tournament! The date is January 8th, but forms are due January 6th to Mrs. Craig in room 100. You must have at least 6 players, but no more than 7. It is $5 per player. You can get a form in room 100 or the office or the Floor Hockey poster near the cafeteria.

Attention FFA Members: The next FFA meeting will be held on January 4th, 2016, the day we return from break. All students who are in an ag class are welcome. Students Attending the ACES conference in February: Your payment of 65 dollars is due as soon as possible. If you have questions or concerns, please see an ag teacher.

Attention Seniors still needing to complete their graduation project: All paperwork must be turned in to the main office before you leave for Winter break. Students who are not finished their graduation project will be required to come in during keystone exams on January 7th and 8th. If you have any questions, please see your counselor or Ms. O’Connor.

Ryan Atkinson is the boys basketball Athlete of the Week. Ryan contributes to the little things that help us win. On the season he has 27 assists and only 5 turnovers through 6 games. He is second on our team in rebounding and steals. Ryan is also assigned to guard one of the top offensive players on the opposing team. He does all this while controlling the ball and pace at which we play.
Jonah Barley is the Wrestler of the Week. He is currently 9-0 on the season. He won the Penn Manor and Donegal Tournaments. At Donegal, he recorded the most falls in the least amount of time and was voted the Outstanding Wrestler for the tournament.
Zach Bowers is athlete of the week in Bowling. Zach is off to a great start this season. His 1st match consisted of a near perfect game, 298, and 742 series. Friday he bowled a 710 series against Hempfield. To this point he is high average in League match play.
Girls Basketball athlete of the week is Alyssa Schriver. She is averaging 16 points per game. She is both an offensive and defensive threat on the court. She has the ability to create for herself and others offensively, and does a great job of shutting down top scorers on the opposing teams.

Attention all students going on the Vermont Ski Trip. This is your last reminder that all forms and money are due to Miss Beaver before Christmas break. If you have not turned in your forms and final payment before break you will not be able to go on the trip. Please see Miss Beaver or Officer Hottenstein with any questions.