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Penny War raises money to support the Jack of Hearts Foundation.

The Scranton High School Spirit Club recently held a penny war to benefit the Jack of Hearts Foundation's fundraising drive for the Ronald McDonald House. The Junior class came out on top and won the war, while the Sophomore class collected the most money, including over 5,700 pennies. The activity was run by Spirit Club members Mary K., Patricia H., and Eliyana K.; they are pictured with Lisa Scarfo, founder of the Jack of Hearts Foundation.
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Congratulations to Scranton High Students for completing University of Scranton Success Program!

The University of Scranton facilitates a Success Program, and is recognizing several Scranton High School students. The Success Program is a pre-college program designed to provide academic, social and cultural enrichment to area high school students. The goal of the program is to assist participating students to gain entrance into a college or university. The program accomplishes the goal through creative and innovative techniques to encourage and motivate young students to expand their academic horizons.
Congratulations are in order to the following as pictured: Ximena J., Noemi C., Jenna O., and Navruz K.
Not pictured: Nester A., Sergio B., and Kaiona N.
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Scranton High School Students participate in National School Walkout to to honor the victims of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida

On February 14, 2018, a gunman claimed the lives of 17 students and faculty at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.

As a call to Congress to keep us safe from gun violence, the Scranton Knight community, along with other high schools across the nation, peacefully protested and honored the 17 victims of MSD High School during a National School Walkout on Wednesday, March 14th, one month to the day this senseless act occurred.

Students, faculty, staff and administration came together in the halls of Scranton High School for 17 minutes, to honor the 17 victims who died from gun violence during school in Parkland.

Students paid $1 dollar to wear maroon, the school color of MSD. A donation of $1000 was made to the MSDStrong Foundation.

We at Scranton High School are honored to have had a day where we were able to “Stand with Parkland,” and we hope that this movement will help aid us in keeping our schools safe.
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