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CLASS OFFICERS OF 2020

CONGRATULATIONS!
PRESIDENT: NOAH LEETY
VICE PRESIDENT: MEREDITH SANTIAGO
CORRESPONDING SECRETARY: JULIA LOURY
RECORDING SECRETARY: DAVID HAIKES
TREASURER: JAKE FINNERTY
ACTIVITY COORDINATOR: KAT O'BOYLE
DIVERSITY: JACKIE CUNHA
CPO: LYDIA McCONLOGUE & SHANICE NELSON
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Artist of the month

"Art for All Seasons is an art competition for area high school students sponsored by The Sunday Times and NEIU. A winner is picked for every month, and the students’ art will be displayed on the calendar page of Life&Times the last Sunday of each month and in this online gallery all year.”
Student’s name: Jacqueline Cunha
School: Scranton High School
Art teacher: Kerri Ruddy-Archer
Grade: 11
Age: 16
Title: April Showers
Medium: Watercolor & ink
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German Class

In the 3rd Qtr, Mrs. Grey's German 4 students are given an assignment and opportunity to show off their German abilities and be as creative as possible. They write (in German) and illustrate their own children's book. Morgan A. accepted this challenge with great enthusiasm. Her story, "Die Reise des Ritter" (The Knights Journey), was about a knight from Scranton High that went on a special job for Konig Coyle (King Coyle). After numerous battles, the knight returned the bell to Scranton High and the kingdom. Morgan wrote a beautiful story! The story, along with her colorful and detailed pictures, allows the younger German students (to whom she must share the story) to understand what is taking place. She shows them what they can accomplish with hard work and determination in their classes.
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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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