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    2018-2019 Updates
    (Gifted Website updated 3-21-2019)
    Recently added pages:

     

     

    Reedsy Weekly Contest    Theme- Spring Win $50
    Length should be
    1,000 - 3,000 words
    Due Next Friday, March

    Put a spring in your step 

    Robin Williams once said "Spring is nature’s way of saying, 'Let’s party!'" And if your idea of a lively party is sitting down to write a piece of short fiction, you're in luck, because these Spring-themed writing prompts are here to inspire you as we usher in the new season! 
    1. "March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb." Write a story about the specific historical March that inspired this saying. 
       
    2. You're a professional cleaner and the beginning of spring is always your busiest time.
       
    3. This year, when everyone set their clocks forward an hour for Daylight Savings... time went much further forward than simply an hour. 
       
    4. Write a simple slice of life piece about a Spring evening by a lake. 
       
    5. After a particularly rainy Spring, a record number of people had wished "rain, rain, go away, come again another day." That was two years ago, and not a single raindrop had fallen since.

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    Greek Partnership Society (GPS) Writing Competition
    Science Fiction, Fantasy, or Horror
    Graphic Novel, Short Fiction, or Poem
    Win $50 Deadline May 1, 2019
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    Food Writing Contest (Write the World)
    600-1,000 Words Win $50

    Starts May 6 ends May 21, 2019
     

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    Institute for Excellence in Writing (IEW)
    What does it mean to you to show compassion to others?
    4-7 Paragraphs Win $100, $50, $25

    Due April 30, 2019
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    Write the World Poetry Contest
    Win $50
    Starts April 1, 2019
    Ends April 16, 2019

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    Princeton University 10-Minute Play (10 Pages)
    Open to 11th Graders
    Prizes: $500, $250, and $10
    Due 3-31-19
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    Computer Generated Art (Poster) Contest
    "Red Lights Mean STOP!
    Sponsored by PennDot
    Due June 29, 2019 (Must be post marked before)

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    Summer Archaeology Program at Eckley Miner's Village
    June 17-June 38
    Free Program

    Dr. Paul A. Shackel, from the University of Maryland will be visiting HAAS on May 31, 2019 at 1:30 pm. Dr. Shackel will talk to the students about his summer Archaeology Program at Eckley Miner's Village. Dr. Shackel is seeking students to participate in his summer archaeological dig. This is a free program. The summer program will take place from June 17-June 28. Please sign up in the HAAS Office, if you are interested in seeing
    Dr. Shackel on May 31, 2019.

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    Greater Hazleton Rotary Technical Scholarship $6,000
    Are you majoring in
    Engineering, Production Technology,
    Informatioon Science and Technology or Nursing
    and do you plan to come back to Hazleton after you
    graduate? Please apply for this scholarship.

    Due: ASAP
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    "She is More" International Art Competition
    Boys can enter this contest.
    Deadline April 9, 2019

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    Students are invited to join the
    National Youth Leadership Committee of the
    American Battlefied Trust
    .
    This is a brand new committee and become an ambassador of this organization. 
    If you like History, you will be interested in this opportunity.
    Deadline is April 30, 2019
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    AAPT High School Physics Photo Contest
    Deadline May 15, 2019

    The AAPT High School Physics Photo Contest provides an opportunity to learn about the physics behind natural and contrived situations by creating visual and written illustrations of various physical concepts.  Students compete in an international arena with more than 1,000 of their peers for recognition and prizes.  (3 Types of Categories: Natural Photo, Contrived Photo, Photo with Mulitple Images)
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    Stock Market Game Luncheon
    Top 10 students will be invited to attend the luncheon

    • Misericordia University
      May 9th at 10:45am to honor the schools and their students, sponsored by the university, bank executives and PennCFL staff. 

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    Save the date: Thursday, October 10, 2019,
    the Renaissance Faire Trip is tentatively planned.
    The cost for this year's faire is $15.00 per student
    for the admission to the event.
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    PA Media and Design Competition 2019 

    (Formerly LIU-18 PA High School Computer Fair)
     
    ALL LIU-18 Projects are due on or before April 5, 2019 (Date must be verified) 

    All schools participants must register online Registration Link

    Registration closes 4-3-19

    6 Categories
    :
    1. 3D Design Category (NEW)

    2. Animation Category

    3. Digital Movie Category

    4. Logo & Graphic Design Category (New) 

    5. Programming Category

    6. Web Page Design Category

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    Amazing Opportunity Only $100 

    Long Island University is launching the 
    Entrepreneurship Academy
    ,

    a weeklong intensive program for ambitious students
    planning to major in business.

    • Students engage in hands-on experiences in business and receive leadership coaching from former executives who’ve held positions such as: Managing Director at Merrill Lynch, Marketing Director at Bloomberg, and Partner at E&Y.
    • Students cap off their career exploration experience with a visit to a Fortune 500 company.
     
    This is a selective program you must be nominated. If you are interested please see me ASAP!
     
    Students will live in a dorm at our rural Post campus on Long Island and visiting our city campus in Brooklyn. 
    Students may choose from two sessions: June 23 – June 29 or July 21 – July 27.
    Ideal candidates meet the following criteria:
    ·        Professional, driven leaders in their school communities
    ·        Current juniors planning to major in Business
    ·        Cumulative GPA above 90, 1200 PSAT

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    Science without Borders® Art Challenge

    Win $500  Due: April 22, 2019 

     

    The theme for the 2019 Science Without Borders Challenge is “Connected Ocean: No Barriers, No Boundaries, and No Borders.” There are no barriers, boundaries, or borders in the ocean, and although we often list the oceans separately, they are all interconnected to each other, forming one global ocean. For this year’s contest, use your artistic talents to create a piece of artwork that illustrates how the ocean is connected. is Monday, 22 April 2019 at 11:59 pm. (UPD. 2-26-19)

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    7th Annual  Help STOP the Silence Walk to Prevent Suicide   
    Date:               Sunday May 5, 2019 (RAIN or SHINE) 
    Hazleton Area High School
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    New Voices One-Act Play Competition. 
    https://www.youthplays.com/submit_play.php

    Authors 19 years and younger may enter. Submissionas are open for 2019 
    through May 1, 2019.

    Submissions are open for 2019 through May 1, 2019

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    • PA Alliance for Geographic Education map competition for high school students. 
    • Win $100, Top prize win a trip to San Diego

    • This competition allows students to demonstrate problem solving, map analysis, and storytelling with maps. 
      Maps can be submitted individually or as a team of two students. this year’s theme: “Location Matters-the Story of Pennsylvania’s _____.” 

    Deadline: April 19, 2019
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    SPRING CREATIVE COMMUNICATION POETRY CONTEST 
    ****(Open to 9th graders)
    Deadline Extended till April 25, 2019       
    This contest is offered in the Spring, Summer and Fall

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    The North American Marine Environment Protection Association ART Contest (NAMEPA),  is excited to announce that our 10th annual bilingual art contest is open for submissions!
    Open to all students in grades K-12. Submissions will be accepted January 2, 2019 until Sunday, March 31st at 11:59 pm.
    One Grand Prize winner from each category will also receive a
    $100 cash prize and gift package.
    This year’s theme is “All aboard! There’s a place for you in the maritime community!” which aims to embrace diversity and inclusion in the maritime community while highlighting the broad range of opportunities the industry has to offer. 
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    VFW Young American Partiotic Art Contest
    Open to grades 9-12

    Two-dimensional art must be on canvas or paper. Watercolor, pencil, pastel, charcoal, tempera, crayon, acrylic, pen, ink, oil, marker or other media taught may be used.
    Win $15,000, $7,500, $3,500

    Due March 30, 2019
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    Looking Forward College Information Day
    for parents and students- FREE
    March 23, 2018 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
    Misericordia University
    for grades 8-12
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    Intellectual Property Video 
    "Why does this matter to you?"

    Create a 30-60 Second Video
    Open to 16 and up Win $5,000
    Open March 1, 2019 Ends April 30, 2019

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    Stock Market Game
    Win $100, Individual Event
    10 weeks- Starts February 11, 2019- Ends April 19, 2019
    Easy to play!!
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    C-Span Student Resources Updated

    With Information about Black History Month
    Upd 1-28-19
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    John Quincy Adams Society presents
    US- China Conflict Essay Contest
    900-1,200 Words, Win $1,000
    Open only to Seniors

    Due 3-24-19
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    Suicide Prevention & Mental Health
    Awareness Poster

    Prizes will be given
    Due: 3-22-19
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    Go Green
    Solve Real Life Problems about Energy
    Teams of 2-- You must register
    Create a PowerPoint with your idea
    Win a Trip, Ends May 25, 2019 (Updated 1-14-19)
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    Embracing Our Differences (Diversity) Art Contest
    Win $1,000--No entry fee
    Interpret the theme: "enriching lives through diversity."
    Due on or before 10-15-2019
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    Embracing Our Differences--
    Submit a Quote 20 Words or Less
    See Theme- about Diversity
    Deadline: October 8, 2019
    Cash Award $1,000 (Up 1-4-19)
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    Project Yellow Light

    Create a 25 second or a 55 second video, to prevent distracted driving

    Open to 11th and 12th Graders

    Win $5,000, $2,000, $1,000
    Due: 4-1-2019

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    Project Yellow Light

    Create a 20 second radio advertisement, to prevent distracted driving

    Open to 11th and 12th Graders

    Win $2,000

    Due: 4-1-2019
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    Computer Based Media Art Poster Contest
    Theme: "Thrive"
    Due 5-15-2019 (Upd 1-2-2019)
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    Ocean Awareness Contest
    Art, Poetry, Prose, Film, or Music

    Groups or Individuals can compete
    Prizes: $1,500, $1,000, $500, and $250
    Due 6-17-2019
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    Pueblo Español Summer Program
    Practice speaking Spanish in Spain for eight days.
    (Updated 12-17-18)
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    CELEBRATING ART CONTEST
    Enter: painting, sculpture, drawing, collage, etc. (Take a picture of your artwork and upload it). Win $25.00
    Deadline: April 6, 2019 
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    Spanish American War
    George Watt Prize, 2010 Essay Contest
    $250.00 Prizes
    You can enter academic papers, Fiction, Non-Fiction and/or Poetry on the Spanish American War 
    Contest Deadline: July 1, 2019
    (Updated 12-11-18)

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    World Historian Student Essay Contest

    Theme: In what way has the study of world history affected my understanding of the world in which I live? 1,000 words
    Win $500 Due May 1, 2019
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    myCollegeOptions Scholarship Search
    New page added to the Gifted Website
    Very easy to use search engine to find scholarships!
    Freshmen to Seniors can use this site. 
    Please let me know if receive any scholarships from this search engine. (Updated 12-06-2018)
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    CELEBRATING ART CONTEST
    Enter: painting, sculpture, drawing, collage, etc. (Take a picture of your artwork and upload it). Win $25.00
    3 Deadlines: December 6, 2018,
    April 6, 2019 and August 23, 2019
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    Jane Austen North American Essay Contest 2019
    Book: Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen
    Win: $1,000, $500, and $250,
    6-8 pages MLA
    Due 6-3-2019
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    How to write a screenplay.
    Step by Step Instructions
    (Updated 11-6-18)
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    Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
    Essay Contest, Multiple Prizes 4- $1,000,
     

    Select 1 of 5 prompts
    Open to Juniors and Seniors (Ages 16-18)
    Due on or before 4-15-19 (Upd 11-1-18)
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    Ayn Rand Fountainhead Essay Contest

    Entry Deadline: April 25, 2019

    OPENT TO:
     11th and 12th GRADE

    Select from 3 Prompts

    1ST PLACE $10,000 1 Winner 
    2ND PLACE $2,500 3 Winners

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    Ayn Rand Anthem Essay Contest 

    Grades 8-12
    Multiple Cash Prizes, 3 writing prompts to select from
    $2,000 top prize,
    No fewer than 600 and no more than 1,200
    Due April 18, 2018 (Upd 10-24-18)

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    C-Span Student Resource Page
    (New page on the gifted website)
    Provides both Political and Literature Resources
    Student Password Provided (Upd 10-11-18)

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    Congratulations
    the following students were the top scorers in the September Trivia Challenge:
    Frederick (Ricky) Blase
    Liam Katz
    Francine Lamasko
    Ethan Mariano
    Carl McHugh
    Landon Wolk
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    Elks Student of the Month.
    Do you want to be student of the month? Please complete the attached form on the gifted website and give to Mrs. Billet (ASAP). Only a limited number of slots. (This is open only to seniors.)
    (Upd 9-17-18)

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                                 Congratulations to                                           the 2018-2019 Gifted Students                

     

    Good Luck to the following students, they will be
    competing in the
    University of Scranton
    Integration Bee
    on April 23, 2019

    John Ashton
    Alice Banks
    Zach Baran
    Brian Bartal
    Ricky Blase
    Brinn Gammer
    Joseph Halcisak
    Kylie Reshetar
    Brian Rigotti
    Logan Savage

    Good Luck

    Congratulations!

    The following students were the top scorers in the
    March Math League

    First Place
    Zach Baran
    Brian Bartal
    Mosiah Bennett
    Evan Matyas
    Megan Novak

    Second Place
    Francine Lamasko
    Lily Nowak
    Jeremy Rossi
    Isabelle Seratch

    Third Place
    Jefferson Casado Felis
    John (JT) Cherko
    Marin Dremock
    Amanda Houser
    Alexis Kulish
    Ty Palmieri
    Julia Mrochko
    Ben Sabatos
    Tessah Sudziarski
    Landon Wolk
    Ava Zions-Smith

     

    Congratulations

     

     

     

     

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    Congratulations

    Congratulations!

    Ben Sabatos
    has been accepted to the 
    PA College of Technology. 
    Ben will be studying
    Computer Science/Programming

    Congratulations

    Congratulations!

    Lily Nowak 
    has been accepted to the University  of Scranton, 
    where she will be studying
    Occupational Therapy.

    Congratulations

    Congratulations the
    followng students were the
    top scorers of the
    Stock Market Pre-Test

    First Place
    Brian Bartal
    Kevin Horinko

    Second Place
    Zach Baran
    John (JT) Cherko
    Brinn Gammer
    Paige Roof
    Steven Santana
    Alex Schell
    Tabatha Schwendeman
    Donald Veglia
    Landon Wolk
    Molly Znachko

     

     

    Third Place
    Francine Lamasko
    Ian Kramer
    Alexis Kulish
    Megan Novak
    Tommy Pollock
    Ben Sabatos

     Congratulations

     

     

    Congratulations

     

     

    Congratulations

     

     

    Congratulations

    Congratulations to the
    February Math League
    Top Scorers:

    First Place
    Zach Baran

     

    Second Place
    Tristen Adams
    Andrew Rudenko
    Ben Sabatos
    Donald Veglia
    Summer Whitley

     

    Third Place
    Brian Bartal
    Mosiah Bennet
    Marin Dremock
    Joey Halcisak
    Jeremy Rossi

    Congratulations

    Congratulations to the January Math League Top Scorers:

    First Place
    John Ashton
    Francine Lamasko

     

    Second Place
    Zach Baran
    Brian Bartal
    Ricky Blase
    Kayleigh Correll
    Marin Dremock
    Avery Jacobs
    Ian Kramer
    Alexis Kulish
    Julia Mrochko
    Lily Nowak
    Ty Palmieri
    Brian Rigotti
    Tommy Pollock
    Jeremy Rossi
    Ben Sabatos
    Steven Santana
    Tessah Sudziarski
    Shaunjae Suarez
    Kyra Zabretsky
    Ava Zions-Smith
    Molly Znachko


    Third Place
    Alice Banks
    Jasmine Beiler
    Nick Biasi
    Ava Calabrese
    Jefferson Casado Felix
    John (JT) Cherko
    Sidney Lescowitch
    Evan Matyas
    Megan Novak
    Alex Schell
    Tabatha Schwendeman
    Isabelle Seratch
    Perla Villegas
    Landon Wolk
    Tommy Ziegler

     

    Congratulations

     

     

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    Congratulations

    Congratulatons to
    Ava Zions-Smith and
    Molly Znachko

    They were the top scorers of the Division B Science Olympiad Team

     

    They placed 3rd out of 17 teams
    in Disease Detectives and
    they placed 5th out of 17 team i
    n the Potions & Poisons Competitions.
    This was their first time competing in Science Olympiad.

    Congratulations

    Congratulations to
    Kaitlyn Beiler
    she was awarded $50
    for her essay by the Rotary Club

    Congratulations

    Good Luck
    The followig students will be competing at Science Olympiad on 3-6-19

    Kaitlyn Beiler

    Amanda Houser

    Makayla Kerrick

    Alexis Kulish

    Julia Mrochko

    Lily Nowak

    Tommy Pollock

    Mattie Reed

    Alex Schell

    Shaunjae Suarez

    Donald Veglia

    Summer Whitley

    Landon Wolk

    Tommy Ziegler

    Ava Zions-Smith

    Molly Znachko

    Good Luck

     

     

    Good Luck

    Cogratulations!

    Brian Rigotti 
    be attending the 
    University of Pittsburgh
    in the Fall of 2019. He will be studying computer programming

    Congratulations  

    Good Luck!

    The following students are competing in the
    PennFLC Stock Market Game
    (Luzerne County):

    Alice Banks       Zach Baran
    Mosiah Bennett    Ava Calabrese
    John Cherko     Kittrick Danzeisen     Amaury Fernandez   Verina Gad    Brinn Gammer Joey Halcisak 
    Kevin Horinko   
    Max Hsiao   Avery Jacobs   
    I
    an Kramer   Francine Lamasko   Sidney Lescowitch   Evan Matyas 
    Megan Novak   
    Brayan Pena Lorenzo  Brent Pesotine
    Tommy Pollock   Kylie Reshetar
    Paige Roof   Jeremy Rossi
    Steven Santana   Alex Schell
    Isabelle Seratch   Shaunjae Suarez
    Tessah Sudziarski   Donald Veglia
    Perla Villegas   Landon Wolk
    Tommy Ziegler   Ava Zions-Smith

    Good Luck

     

     

    Good Luck

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Good Luck!

    Verina Gad (11th grader)

    has entered the
    NASA Scientist for a Day Essay Contest

    Verina wrote an essay to support NASA's decision to return to Europa, Jupiter's Moon.

    Good Luck  

    Good Luck!
    Verina Gad (11th grader)

    has entered the

    Library of Congress 
    Letters about Literature

    Verina wrote a letter to her favorite author, Ms. Angie Thomas, the author of The Hate U Give.

    Good Luck

    Good Luck!

    On 12-17-18 the following students will be competing at FBLA:

    Kittrick Danzeisen
    Haley Drumheller
    Donald Veglia
    Landon Wolk
    Kyra Zabretsky
    Ava Zions-Smith

    Good Luck

     

    Congratulations!
    The following students were the top scorers on the December Math League Questions Series:

    First Place:

    Alice Banks
    Mosiah Bennett
    Jefferson Casado Felix
    Marin Dremock
    Joey Halcisak
    Francine Lamasko
    Ben Sabatos
    Molly Znachko

    Second Place:

    John Ashton
    Zach Baran
    Brian Bartal
    Ricky Blase
    Verina Gad
    Kevin Horinko
    Alexis Kulish
    Evan Matyas
    Megan Novak
    Brian Rigotti
    Kyra Zabretsky
     

     Gold Cup

     

     

    Gold Cup

     

    Gold Cup

    Congratulations!
    The following students were the top scorers on the November Math League Questions Series:


    First Place:

    Jefferon Casado Felix
    Brinn Gammer
    Molly Znachko

    Second Place:

    Nick Biasi
    Kittrick Danzeisen
    Amaury Fernandez
    Ian Kramer
    Evan Matyas
    Steven Santana

    Third Place:

    Jasmine Beiler
    Tristen Adams
    JT Cherko
    Verina Gad
    Max Hsiao
    Amanda Houser
    Avery Jacobs
    Alexis Kulish
    Francine Lamasko
    Evan Matyas
    Julia Mrochko
    Megan Novak
    Lily Nowak
    Ty Palmieri
    Brent Pesotine
    Tommy Pollock
    Ben Sabatos
    Shaunjae Suarez
    Tessah Sudziarski
    Kyra Zabretsky
    Tommy Ziegler

     

    Gold Cup

     

     

    Gold Cup

     

     

    Gold Cup  

    Congratulations!

    Jefferson Casado Felix and

    Kyra Zabretsky,

    they were the top students representing our school at King's College Math Competition.

    Also, competing at the competition were:

    Alice Banks

    Zach Baran

    Ava Calabrese

    Kittrick Danzeisen

    Avery Jacobs

    Liam Katz

    Alexis Kulish

    Gianna Labert

    Ethan Mariano

    Megan Novak

    Lucy Olander

    Peyton Perchansky

    Franchesca Sanchez

    Isabelle Seratch

    Shaunje Suarez

     

    Gold Cup

     

    Gold Cup

     

    Gold Cup

     

     

    Congratulations!

    Mosiah Bennett  (10th grader) placed first in the 

    Wyoming Valley Veterans Day Parade Essay Contest. 

    Mosiah and his family attended the Wyoming Valley Day Breakfast where he read his essay
    "Why we should commemorate the end of World War I?"

    Following the breakfast he and his family  marched with the veterans in the Wyoming Valley Veterans Day Parade.

    He received the top prize of $250.00.

     

    Gold Cup

    Good Luck!

    Ava Zions-Smith
    will be speaking at the
    Hazleton Elks Veterans
    Day Presentation
    on 11/11/2018

    Ava will make a speech about
    "What Veterans Day means to me."

    Good Luck

    Congratulations!

    The following students were the highest scorers in the
    October Math League
    Question Series
    :

    First Place
    Kyra Zabretsky

    Second Place
    John Ashton
    Brian Bartal
    Ricky Blase
    Brinn Gammer
    Brent Pesotine
    Tommy Pollock
    Ben Sabatos
    Molly Znachko
     

    Third Place
    Tristen Adams
    Mosiah Bennett
    Ava Calabrese
    Marin Dremock
    Joey Halcisak
    Evan Matyas
    Julia Mrochko
    Megan Noval
    Jeremy Rossi
    Alex Schell
    Isabelle Seratch
    Shaunjae Suarez
    Donald Veglia
    Perla Villegas
    Ava Zions-Smith

    Gold Cup

     

     

     

     

    Gold Cup

     

     

    Gold Cup

    Congratulations!

    Shaunjae Suarez (9th grader)
    has received recognition as the Intermediate Unit 2018 PA Computer Fair Winner in Logo Design

    Gold Cup

    Good Luck!

    In November, 2018
    Mosiah Bennett (10th grader) has submitted an essay to the
    Wyoming Valley Veterans' Day Parade Essay Contest. 

    Mosiah wrote an essay on why we should commemorate the end of World War 1.

    Good Luck


    Good Luck!

    In November, 2018,
    Perla Villegas (9th) has submitted an essay to the Wyoming Valley Veterans' Day Parade Essay Contest

    Perla wrote an essay on why it is important to commemorate the end of World War 1.

    Good Luck

    Good Luck to:

    Frederick (Ricky) Blase
    Liam Katz
    Francine Lamasko
    Ethan Mariano
    Carl McHugh
    Landon Wolk

    They will competing in
    Round 3 against 
    Dallas High School 
    on November 11, 2018
    at WVIA Scholastic Scrimmage

    Good Luck  

    Good Luck to:

    Frederick (Ricky) Blase
    Liam Katz
    Francine Lamasko
    Ethan Mariano
    Carl McHugh
    Landon Wolk

    They will competing in
    Round 2 against 
    GAR High School 
    on Tuesday, October 9, 2018 at WVIA Scholastic Scrimmage

    Good Luck

    Good Luck to:

    Frederick (Ricky) Blase
    Liam Katz
    Francine Lamasko
    Ethan Mariano
    Carl McHugh
    Landon Wolk

    They will competing in
    Round 1 against
    Tunkhanock High School
    on Tuesday, October 9, 2018 at WVIA Scholastic Scrimmage

    Good Luck

     Congratulations to

    Amanda Houser (12h Grader)

    Kaitlyn Beiler (12th Grader)

    Jeremy Rossi (12th Grader)

    They represented their school in the "Lord and Lady Ceremony" at the PA Renaissance Faire.
    The students received the title "Lord" and "Lady"

     Gold Cup
    Congratulations
    to
    Perla Villegas (9th)
    she placed second in
    2018 PA Renaissance Faire
    Poster Contest
    Gold Cup
     Congratulations 
    the following students were the
    top scorers in the
    September Trivia Challenge:
    Frederick (Ricky) Blase
    Liam Katz
    Francine Lamasko
    Ethan Mariano
    Carl McHugh
    Landon Wolk
     Gold Cup
       
     
     
       
       
    Take a guess...   
    How many minutes will you spend in High School? 
    (pops a new window)
     TickTock
     
     
    Time is our most precious commodity.  Let's use our time together wisely...
      
       
    Mr. Michael Brennan
    Hazleton Area High School  (HAHS)
    570-459-3221 
    Mrs. Raffael Billet
    Hazleton Area Academy of Science School (HAAS)
    40 Azalea RD
    Drums, PA. 18222
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