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Tuesday, April 17th, Cycle Day 3

Are you a sophomore, junior or senior who needs some help with making career decisions?  Then the ASVAB may be just what you are looking for. The ASVAB Career Exploration Program can help you take steps towards finding a career that is right for you.  You can benefit from taking the ASVAB whether you are planning to go to college or enter the work force after graduation. The program is designed to help you learn more about yourself and the world of work, explore occupations in line with you interest and skills and develop an effective strategy to realize your career goals.

The ASVAB will be offered here at Cedar Cliff on Wednesday, April 25th.  Please stop by the guidance office to sign up today. See your counselor for more information.


Young Republican club will meet in the JROTC room every thursday at 7:10. This week we will be nominating officers for next year. Come and join the discussions.


The West Shore Marching Band invites all non-seniors to join them for a pre-season rehearsal on April 19th at Red Land from 6-8:30 PM. No musical experience is required. For more information, contact Mr. Graybill.


Attention BIG brothers and BIG sisters: This month's activity will take place this Thursday - April 19th - from 2:30 - 3:15. Please let Ms. Casilio know if you are unable to attend.


Are you taking a HACC class here at Cedar next year?  This would include Anthropology and/or English Composition.  If so, you must turn in your HACC application and Course Enrollment Form to your counselor by May 1st.  Please see your grade level counselor if you have any questions.


Students who are attending the HACC field trip today should report to the main office lobby at 9:30 this morning.  See you soon!


If you are going on the field trip with Mr. Miller tomorrow he needs the permission slip today, otherwise you don't get to go.


Reminder! Cedar Cliff Blood Drive is this Friday. Remember JROTC will also hold a lottery drawing for a $100 prize! For those students/faculty/community members who actually donate and each person who donates will receive a free T-shirt.

Monday, April 16th, Cycle Day 2

Anyone interested in cheerleading should attend the cheerleading open gyms every Tuesday from 4:30 to 6:30 pm at Cedar Cliff in Gym 2.


The kitchen team at Medard’s House will be serving hot dogs/ sausage, pasta salad, and dessert today.  Doors open at 3:00, dinner served at 5:00.


Young Republican club will meet in the JROTC room every thursday at 7:10. This week we will be nominating officers for next year. Come and join the discussions.


The West Shore Marching Band invites all non-seniors to join them for a pre-season rehearsal on April 19th at Red Land from 6-8:30 PM. No musical experience is required. For more information, contact Mr. Graybill.


On Saturday at the Pan Ram Invitational the boys rack team set many personal bests. Place winner were Jack Baker, second in the 800 meters with a time of 1:56.4. This places him third in the state. Josh Fock who placed third in the Long Jump and fifth in the Shot put.


The Girls Track and Field team finished 10th overall team wise at the Pan Ram Invitational on Saturday, April 14th at Central Dauphin’s Landis Field.  Medal winners for the girls team included Ava Bechtel (2nd place in the High Hurdles)- Lauren Wilder (3rd place in 800 meter run)- Corinne Firestone (4th place in the  3200 meter run)-  Samantha Jackson (6th in Triple Jump and Long Jump)- Serrean Haynesworth (8th in Discus and 7th in Shot Put)- Mackenzie Wentz (8th in Javelin). In addition, the girls relay teams earned medals in both of their events.  Overall a solid day on both the Track and in the Field. Next up for the Girls and Boys teams is a home meet with Red Land on Tuesday, plan to come out and cheer on  our teams. Meet starts at 4pm. Go Colts


Attention BIG brothers and BIG sisters: This month's activity will take place this Thursday - April 19th - from 2:30 - 3:15. Please let Ms. Casilio know if you are unable to attend.


The Boy’s Volleyball team played a terrific tournament at Cocalico this weekend. They went 5 and 3 to enter playoffs and lost a close game to the host team. The team played the best volleyball we have seen this year. Way to go Colts!


Friday,  April 13th, Cycle Day 1

Are you a sophomore, junior or senior who needs some help with making career decisions?  Then the ASVAB may be just what you are looking for. The ASVAB Career Exploration Program can help you take steps towards finding a career that is right for you.  You can benefit from taking the ASVAB whether you are planning to go to college or enter the work force after graduation. The program is designed to help you learn more about yourself and the world of work, explore occupations in line with you interest and skills and develop an effective strategy to realize your career goals.

The ASVAB will be offered here at Cedar Cliff on Wednesday, April 25th.  Please stop by the guidance office to sign up today. See your counselor for more information.


The kitchen team at Medard’s House will be serving hot dogs/ sausage, pasta salad, and dessert this coming Monday.  Doors open at 3:00, dinner served at 5:00.


This Today @ 09:00 there’s a Blood Drive Briefing in the Auditorium. ALL STUDENTS 16 YEARS AND OLDER SHOULD GO TO THE AUDITORIUM AT 9:00. Immediately after the meeting Junior ROTC will have sign-up forms ready to go.


JROTC will also hold a lottery drawing for a $100 prize for those students/faculty/community members who actually donate and each person who donates will receive a free T-shirt.


Cedar Cliff Lady Colts Varsity Softball had no trouble on offense today, winning big over Red Land 18-1 in a four inning game. Cedar Cliff collected 15 hits on the day. Jordan, Hastings, Sitler, Wagner and Winchell all managed multiple hits for the Lady Colts. Avery Winchell was credited with the victory for Cedar Cliff. She surrendered one run on five hits over three innings, striking out four. Rachel DeWolfe threw one inning in relief out of the bullpen.


Winner, Winner chicken dinner.  The Boys Tennis Team won another one yesterday with an exciting match vs C D East 3 to 2. Winning in straight sets and sealing the win was Jon Youse at # 1 singles . Cedar Cliff doubles teams came through with the other 2 points  At #1 doubles Zeke Torrez and Sam Clarke won in a 3 set match. At 2 doubles Alex Arensdorf and Yosh Patel won in 2 set


 

Thursday,  April 12th, Cycle Day 6

The Central Pennsylvania Blood Drive will be held at Cedar Cliff on Friday April 20th.  This Friday April 13th will be our Blood Drive Signup Briefing in the Auditorium.  ALL STUDENTS 16 YEARS AND OLDER SHOULD GO TO THE AUDITORIUM AT 9:00. Immediately after the meeting Junior ROTC will have sign-up forms ready to go.  

JROTC will also hold a lottery drawing for a $100 prize for those students/faculty/community members who actually donate and each person who donates will receive a free T-shirt.


Anyone interested in cheerleading should attend the cheerleading open gyms every Tuesday from 4:30 to 6:30 pm at Cedar Cliff in Gym 2.


All Prom Court Nominees are to meet on Friday at 7:20am in the library.  This is a mandatory meeting.


Tuesday the Boys track team lost a close met to Lower Dauphin. First place finishers were the following:

Nolan Wilder in the 110 Hurdles

David Durland in the 300 Hurdles

Jack Baker in the 800

Josh Fock in the Long Jump, Triple jump, Shot Put and Discus

The boys will be back in action Saturday at the Pan Ram invitational at Central Dauphin and will host Red Land on Tuesday at West Shore Stadium.


The kitchen team at Medard’s House will be serving hot dogs/ sausage, pasta salad, and dessert this coming Monday.  Doors open at 3:00, dinner served at 5:00.


 

Wednesday, April 11th, Cycle Day 5

The Central Pennsylvania Blood Drive will be held at Cedar Cliff on Friday April 20th.  All students 16 years and older can sign up to donate. To signup see First Sergeant Sullivan or any JROTC cadet.  The school’s signup day is Friday April 13th at 9:00 AM in the Auditorium.


Any student enrolled in Spanish III, IV or V next year will be eligible to go to New York City from September 28-30, 2018.  Please come to an informational parent meeting on April 11th at 6:30 pm in the library. Students are welcome and encouraged to attend. Come to find out more about this exciting, engaging, and fun trip. Parents and students from Cedar Cliff can contact Señora Farrow by email with questions about the New York City trip.


Are you a sophomore, junior or senior who needs some help with making career decisions?  Then the ASVAB may be just what you are looking for. The ASVAB Career Exploration Program can help you take steps towards finding a career that is right for you.  You can benefit from taking the ASVAB whether you are planning to go to college or enter the work force after graduation. The program is designed to help you learn more about yourself and the world of work, explore occupations in line with you interest and skills and develop an effective strategy to realize your career goals.


Anyone interested in cheerleading should attend the cheerleading open gyms every Tuesday from 4:30 to 6:30 pm at Cedar Cliff in Gym 2.

The ASVAB will be offered here at Cedar Cliff on Wednesday, April 25th.  Please stop by the guidance office to sign up today. See your counselor for more information.


This Friday  April 13th @ 09:00 there’s a Blood Drive Briefing in the Auditorium.  Immediately after the meeting Junior ROTC will have sign-up forms ready to go.


JROTC will also hold a lottery drawing for a $100 prize for those students/faculty/community members who actually donate and each person who donates will receive a free T-shirt.



All Prom Court Nominees are to meet on Friday at 7:20am in the library.  This is a mandatory meeting.


The Cedar Cliff Girls Track and Field team lost a close meet to Lower Dauphin last evening by a score of 86-64. Top performers on the Girls team were individual event winners Ava Bechtel/Jocey Francis/Naomi Englehart and Serrean Haynesworth.  Additional point scorers were Ja’el Johnson/Danielle Stanton/Lauren Wilder/Grace Ghiazza/Celeste Kelley/Samantha Jackson and Carly Daniels. The Girls and Boys teams will be competing this Saturday at the Pan Ram Invitational at Central Dauphin HS (Landis Field).  The next dual meet for both teams is a home meet on Tuesday, April 17th at 4pm against Red Land.   Plan to come out to cheer on the Colts vs. the Patriots.   The weather is warming and the concession stands will be open for business…….. Go Colts!!!!!!  


The boys tennis team lost a close match with Chambersburg yesterday by the score of 3 to 2.  Winning for Cedar cliff were the doubles teams of Sam Clarke and Zeke Torrez and the team of Alex Arensdorf   and Yosh Patel also winning was Jon Youse and sam clarke in the district doubles match.


The boys volleyball team lost a tough match against Lower Dauphin last night. The team played its best volleyball yet, and is improving with every match. Leaders were Uibel with 14 Kills, Castner with 10 Kills, Clarke 2 Blocks, and Rahmouni with 27 assists. Brian Michael passed well with 45 receptions.


 

Tuesday, April 10th, Cycle Day 4

The Central Pennsylvania Blood Drive will be held at Cedar Cliff on Friday April 20th.  All students 16 years and older can sign up to donate. To signup see First Sergeant Sullivan or any JROTC cadet.  The school’s signup day is Friday April 13th at 9:00 AM in the Auditorium.


Any student enrolled in Spanish III, IV or V next year will be eligible to go to New York City from September 28-30, 2018.  Please come to an informational parent meeting on April 11th at 6:30 pm in the library. Students are welcome and encouraged to attend. Come to find out more about this exciting, engaging, and fun trip. Parents and students from Cedar Cliff can contact Señora Farrow by email with questions about the New York City trip.


Anyone interested in cheerleading should attend the cheerleading open gyms every Tuesday from 4:30 to 6:30 pm at Cedar Cliff in Gym 2.


Come out and support the boys volleyball team tonight against Lower Dauphin.


 

Monday, April 9th, Cycle Day 3

The Central Pennsylvania Blood Drive will be held at Cedar Cliff on Friday April 20th.  All students 16 years and older can sign up to donate. To signup see First Sergeant Sullivan or any JROTC cadet.  The school’s signup day is Friday April 13th at 9:00 AM in the Auditorium.


Any student enrolled in Spanish III, IV or V next year will be eligible to go to New York City from September 28-30, 2018.  Please come to an informational parent meeting on April 11th at 6:30 pm in the library. Students are welcome and encouraged to attend. Come to find out more about this exciting, engaging, and fun trip. Parents and students from Cedar Cliff can contact Señora Farrow by email with questions about the New York City trip.


Are you a sophomore, junior or senior who needs some help with making career decisions?  Then the ASVAB may be just what you are looking for. The ASVAB Career Exploration Program can help you take steps towards finding a career that is right for you.  You can benefit from taking the ASVAB whether you are planning to go to college or enter the work force after graduation. The program is designed to help you learn more about yourself and the world of work, explore occupations in line with you interest and skills and develop an effective strategy to realize your career goals.

The ASVAB will be offered here at Cedar Cliff on Wednesday, April 25th.  Please stop by the guidance office to sign up today. See your counselor for more information.


A reminder to Special Interest students who signed up to participate in the academic 3-2-1 competition: the competition will take place on Monday, April 9 at 8:00 AM in the library. Please report to the library at 8 on Monday.


Congratulations to the Committee Heads & Overalls for 2019 CC mini-THON.

Overalls- Allison Dalby, Sophie Gregory and Katie Lafaver

Finance & Registration - Karina Chima and Maggie Conklin

Entertainment & Operations - Sydnie Boyle and Garrett Helvy

Fundraising - Caitlynn Leffler and  Devon Bertram

Corporate Sponsors - Isabella Anderson

Food & Hospitality - Allison Dalby, Mackenzie Eng & Brandon Koch

Communications & Public Relations & Family Affairs-Madeline Foster & Regan Robinson.Thank you to all that put in an application. If you were not chosen, we would still love to have you be involved! More information will be forthcoming! FOR THE KIDS!


Come out and support the boys volleyball team tomorrow night against Lower Dauphin.


 

 

 

Friday,  April 6th, Cycle Day 2

The Central Pennsylvania Blood Drive will be held at Cedar Cliff on Friday April 20th.  All students 16 years and older can sign up to donate. To signup see First Sergeant Sullivan or any JROTC cadet.  The school’s signup day is Friday April 13th at 9:00 AM in the Auditorium.


Any student enrolled in Spanish III, IV or V next year will be eligible to go to New York City from September 28-30, 2018.  Please come to an informational parent meeting on April 11th at 6:30 pm in the library. Students are welcome and encouraged to attend. Come to find out more about this exciting, engaging, and fun trip. Parents and students from Cedar Cliff can contact Señora Farrow by email with questions about the New York City trip.


Are you a sophomore, junior or senior who needs some help with making career decisions?  Then the ASVAB may be just what you are looking for. The ASVAB Career Exploration Program can help you take steps towards finding a career that is right for you.  You can benefit from taking the ASVAB whether you are planning to go to college or enter the work force after graduation. The program is designed to help you learn more about yourself and the world of work, explore occupations in line with you interest and skills and develop an effective strategy to realize your career goals.


On Monday, 4/9/2018, Medard’s House will be serving Chicken & Waffles for dinner.  There will also be green beans, salad, and dessert. Doors open at 3:00 pm and dinner is served at 5:00 pm.

The ASVAB will be offered here at Cedar Cliff on Wednesday, April 25th.  Please stop by the guidance office to sign up today. See your counselor for more information.


A reminder to Special Interest students who signed up to participate in the academic 3-2-1 competition: the competition will take place on Monday, April 9 at 8:00 AM in the library. Please report to the library at 8 on Monday.


Despite being down 3-0, Cedar Cliff Lady Colts Varsity softball plated five runs in the bottom half of the 5th inning in route to a 9-4 victory over Central Dauphin on Thursday. Cedar Cliff totaled 13 hits with Avery Winchell, Mackenzie Hoffer, Alexis Rodery, Olivia Wagner, and Callie Wiebel each collecting multiple hits.Hoffer was 2 for 2 with a triple and her first career home run and Winchell was 3 for 4 with a triple.Winchell took the win. She went seven innings, allowing four runs on ten hits, striking out five and walking one.


The tennis team lost to Mifflin county yesterday.  The highlights were wins by both Anton and Gabe Soliaris.


The Girls Track & Field Team evened their season record to 1-1 with a solid victory over Mechanicsburg HS in West Shore Stadium last evening.  The final score was 97-53 in favor of the Colts. Top performers for the Girls were Naomi Englehart/Ava Bechtel/Serrean Haynesworth and Samantha Jackson, all of whom were double event winners.  Individual event winners included Corinne Firestone/Jocey Francis/Lauren Wilder and Grace Ghiazza. Other highlight performances from the meet were winning all three relay events and sweeping the Shot Put and Javelin events.  All in all a solid team effort. Next up for the Girls team is an away meet with Lower Dauphin next Tuesday. Go Colts!!


The boys track meet lost a close meet to Mechanicsburg 69-81 yesterday. Winners were the following:

Nolan Wilder in the 110 meter hurdles

David Durland in the 300 meter Hurdles

Jack Baker in the 800 meters

And Josh Folk in the Shot put.

The Colts look to add another victory against Lower Dauphin next Tuesday


 

Thursday,  April 5th, Cycle Day 1

The Central Pennsylvania Blood Drive will be held at Cedar Cliff on Friday April 20th.  All students 16 years and older can sign up to donate. To signup see First Sergeant Sullivan or any JROTC cadet.  The school’s signup day is Friday April 13th at 9:00 AM in the Auditorium.


Any student enrolled in Spanish III, IV or V next year will be eligible to go to New York City from September 28-30, 2018.  Please come to an informational parent meeting on April 11th at 6:30 pm in the library. Students are welcome and encouraged to attend. Come to find out more about this exciting, engaging, and fun trip. Parents and students from Cedar Cliff can contact Señora Farrow by email with questions about the New York City trip.


Are you a sophomore, junior or senior who needs some help with making career decisions?  Then the ASVAB may be just what you are looking for. The ASVAB Career Exploration Program can help you take steps towards finding a career that is right for you.  You can benefit from taking the ASVAB whether you are planning to go to college or enter the work force after graduation. The program is designed to help you learn more about yourself and the world of work, explore occupations in line with you interest and skills and develop an effective strategy to realize your career goals.


On Monday, 4/9/2018, Medard’s House will be serving Chicken & Waffles for dinner.  There will also be green beans, salad, and dessert. Doors open at 3:00 pm and dinner is served at 5:00 pm.


The ASVAB will be offered here at Cedar Cliff on Wednesday, April 25th.  Please stop by the guidance office to sign up today. See your counselor for more information..


CALLING THE GOLDEN CORRAL.........COME OUT AND SUPPORT YOUR BOYS LACROSSE TEAM TODAY AT 4 pm AT ALLEN MIDDLE SCHOOL AS WE TAKE ON NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL.


"winner winner chicken dinner' The boys tennis team defeated Northern yesterday by the score of 3 to 2.  Winning for the colts was Jon Youse at #1 singles, J. C. Mank at #3 singles, and sealing the match with an exciting 3 set match were Yosh Patel and Alex Arensdorf at #2 doubles.




Wednesday, April 4th, Cycle Day 6

The Central Pennsylvania Blood Drive will be held at Cedar Cliff on Friday April 20th.  All students 16 years and older can sign up to donate. To signup see First Sergeant Sullivan or any JROTC cadet.  The school’s signup day is Friday April 13th at 9:00 AM in the Auditorium.


Any student enrolled in Spanish III, IV or V next year will be eligible to go to New York City from September 28-30, 2019.  Please come to an informational parent meeting on April 11th at 6:30 pm in the library. Students are welcome and encouraged to attend. Come to find out more about this exciting, engaging, and fun trip. Parents and students from Cedar Cliff can contact Señora Farrow by email with questions about the New York City trip.

 

 


 

 

Thursday,  March 29th, Cycle Day 4

Did you miss the meeting about taking HACC classes next year?  If so, please see your grade level counselor as soon as possible to pick up the necessary materials.


Attention Special Interest Students: it's time for the spring 3-2-1 computerized academic competition! The competition will take place Monday, April 9 from 8-10 AM in the library. If you're interested in competing, sign up by this Thursday in the Special Interest room. 


The library is hoping the Easter Bunny will bring lots of tissues to pay off those library fines!  Hop on down with your tissues to wipe away your fines!



The Central Pennsylvania Blood Drive will be held at Cedar Cliff on Friday April 20th.  All students 16 years and older can sign up to donate. To signup see First Sergeant Sullivan or any JROTC cadet.  The school’s signup day is Friday April 13th at 9:00 AM in the Auditorium.


Any student enrolled in Spanish IV or V next year will be eligible to go to Costa Rica from April 13-20, 2019 for eight adventure filled days of Spanish. Please come to an informational parent meeting on April 3rd at 7pm in the auditorium. Students are welcome and encouraged to attend. Come to find out more about this exciting, engaging, and fun trip. Parents and students from Cedar Cliff can contact Señora Leland by email with questions about the Costa Rica trip.



Cedar Cliff Cheerleading open gyms and tryouts are approaching! Any current 9th thru 11th graders who are interested should attend the meeting on April 3rd at 4:30 pm in the CCHS Library. Fliers are available in the office!


Wednesday, March 28th, Cycle Day 3

Did you miss the meeting about taking HACC classes next year?  If so, please see your grade level counselor as soon as possible to pick up the necessary materials.


Attention Special Interest Students: it's time for the spring 3-2-1 computerized academic competition! The competition will take place Monday, April 9 from 8-10 AM in the library. If you're interested in competing, sign up by this Thursday in the Special Interest room. 


The library is hoping the Easter Bunny will bring lots of tissues to pay off those library fines!  Hop on down with your tissues to wipe away your fines!



The Central Pennsylvania Blood Drive will be held at Cedar Cliff on Friday April 20th.  All students 16 years and older can sign up to donate. To signup see First Sergeant Sullivan or any JROTC cadet.  The school’s signup day is Friday April 13th at 9:00 AM in the Auditorium.


Any student enrolled in Spanish IV or V next year will be eligible to go to Costa Rica from April 13-20, 2019 for eight adventure filled days of Spanish. Please come to an informational parent meeting on April 3rd at 7pm in the auditorium. Students are welcome and encouraged to attend. Come to find out more about this exciting, engaging, and fun trip. Parents and students from Cedar Cliff can contact Señora Leland by email with questions about the Costa Rica trip.



Cedar Cliff Cheerleading open gyms and tryouts are approaching! Any current 9th thru 11th graders who are interested should attend the meeting on April 3rd at 4:30 pm in the CCHS Library. Fliers are available in the office!


The boys track and field team won Tuesday against Palmyra. Leading the way were first place finishers

Nolan Wilder in the 110 and 300 hurdles

Jon Youse in the 100 and 200 meter dash

Frank Mutabazi in the 400 meters

Jack Baker in the 800 meters

Kevin Lusk in the Javelin

and Josh Folk in the Long Jump

The team's next meet in Tuesday against Mechanicsburg

Despite a slow start Cedar Cliff Lady Colts Varsity took home a 6-1 victory over Carlisle on Tuesday to open the 2018 season. Carlisle fired up the offense in the first inning, taking a 1-0 lead. From there, Cedar Cliff Lady Colts Varsity pulled away for good with two runs in the third, fourth and fifth innings, including back-to-back solo home runs from Karson Hastings and Sarah Dietrich in the fifth.  Avery Winchell was the winning pitcher for Cedar Cliff Lady Colts Varsity. She lasted seven innings, allowing three hits and one run while striking out seven.
 

Tuesday, March 27th, Cycle Day 2

Did you miss the meeting about taking HACC classes next year?  If so, please see your grade level counselor as soon as possible to pick up the necessary materials.


Attention Special Interest Students: it's time for the spring 3-2-1 computerized academic competition! The competition will take place Monday, April 9 from 8-10 AM in the library. If you're interested in competing, sign up by this Thursday in the Special Interest room. 


The library is hoping the Easter Bunny will bring lots of tissues to pay off those library fines!  Hop on down with your tissues to wipe away your fines!


The next French Club meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 27th after school. Meet in Madame King’s room 117 to learn about French Easter and April Fool’s Day traditions.


A reminder to students participating in the Titan Business Challenge: the competition is today, Tuesday, March 27! Please report to the library at the beginning of fifth period to compete. You are responsible for speaking with your teachers and completing missed work.


The Central Pennsylvania Blood Drive will be held at Cedar Cliff on Friday April 20th.  All students 16 years and older can sign up to donate.  To signup see First Sergeant Sullivan or any JROTC cadet.  The school’s signup day is Friday April 13th at 9:00 AM in the Auditorium.


Any student enrolled in Spanish IV or V next year will be eligible to go to Costa Rica from April 13-20, 2019 for eight adventure filled days of Spanish. Please come to an informational parent meeting on April 3rd at 7pm in the auditorium. Students are welcome and encouraged to attend. Come to find out more about this exciting, engaging, and fun trip. Parents and students from Cedar Cliff can contact Señora Leland by email with questions about the Costa Rica trip.


Monday, March 26th, Cycle Day 1

Did you miss the meeting about taking HACC classes next year?  If so, please see your grade level counselor as soon as possible to pick up the necessary materials.


Today at Medard’s house,dinner will be spaghetti with meatballs, salad, garlic bread, and dessert.  We will color Easter eggs and have an egg hunt after dinner. Doors open at 3:00 and dinner is served at 5:00.


The library is hoping the Easter Bunny will bring lots of tissues to pay off those library fines!  Hop on down with your tissues to wipe away your fines!


Attention Special Interest Students: it's time for the spring 3-2-1 computerized academic competition! The competition will take place Monday, April 9 from 8-10 AM in the library. If you're interested in competing, sign up by this Thursday in the Special Interest room.


The next French Club meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 27th after school. Meet in Madame King’s room 117 to learn about French Easter and April Fool’s Day traditions.


 

Friday, March 23rd, Cycle Day 6

Did you miss the meeting about taking HACC classes next year?  If so, please see your grade level counselor as soon as possible to pick up the necessary materials.


At Medard’s house, this Monday’s dinner will be spaghetti with meatballs, salad, garlic bread, and dessert.  We will color Easter eggs and have an egg hunt after dinner. Doors open at 3:00 and dinner is served at 5:00.


Congratulations to Cedar Cliff's Academic Worldquest team: Rachel Lyden, Ella Miller, Lindsay Garbacik, and Caroline Kaiser! These students won second place this past Saturday at the Academic Worldquest Competition at Elizabethtown College. Well done!


Due to the inclement weather, auditions for the spring play are re-scheduled for Tuesday, April 3rd from 3-5 p.m. Please come prepared with a 1 minute comedic, memorized monologue 

Thursday,  March 22nd, Cycle Day 5

Are you planning to take a HACC class that is offered here at Cedar Cliff next year?  This would include Anthropology and College Composition. Or are you planning to take classes at HACC next year? If so, then please plan to attend a mandatory meeting on Thursday, March 22nd in the auditorium.  Mr. Norton from HACC will be discussing the process for taking a class through HACC and will be distributing the necessary materials.  Please see your counselor with any questions.



Attention CC student drivers. Please park in your assigned parking spot. Do NOT park in visitor’s spots or someone else’s spot you will be ticketed.


At Medard’s house, this Monday’s dinner will be spaghetti with meatballs, salad, garlic bread, and dessert.  We will color Easter eggs and have an egg hunt after dinner. Doors open at 3:00 and dinner is served at 5:00.


Tuesday, March 20th, Cycle Day 4

Auditions for the CC Players spring production of You Can’t Take It With You by George S. Kauffman and Moss Hart will be held Wednesday, March 21st from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the auditorium. Students should prepare a 1 minute memorized comedic monologue.


Are you planning to take a HACC class that is offered here at Cedar Cliff next year?  This would include Anthropology and College Composition. Or are you planning to take classes at HACC next year? If so, then please plan to attend a mandatory meeting on Thursday, March 22nd in the auditorium.  Mr. Norton from HACC will be discussing the process for taking a class through HACC and will be distributing the necessary materials.  Please see your counselor with any questions.



Attention CC student drivers. Please park in your assigned parking spot. Do NOT park in visitor’s spots or someone else’s spot you will be ticketed.


 


Monday, March 19th, Cycle Day 3

Students who would like to take an AP exam must register in the guidance office before March 21st.  The cost is $94 per exam and is required at the time of registration.  Students can pay in cash or check written to CCHS. Please see Ms. Thorpe in the guidance office to register.


College Visitations to Cedar Cliff

Empire Beauty School - March 20 @ 9AM


The Cedar Cliff mini-THON committee would like to recognize and thank the top 10 fundraisers from this year's donor drive.  10. Sophie Kaercher, 9. Hannah Wilson, 8. Julia Breneman, 7. Donovan Ball, 6. Garrett Helvey, 5. Reed Bertram, 4. Grace Ghiazza, 3. Hannah Boblick, 2. Ben Gregory, and our top fundraiser putting all of her effort into raising money in memory of her best friend, Emilia Dameshek, Congratulations to Bella Anderson who raised $1,328.00 FTK!!!  Thank you to everyone who contributed to mini-THON this year raising $106,000 For The Kids!

Attention CC student drivers. Please park in your assigned parking spot. Do NOT park in visitor’s spots or someone else’s spot you will be ticketed.


Friday, March 16th, Cycle Day 2

Auditions for the CC Players spring production of You Can’t Take It With You by George S. Kauffman and Moss Hart will be held Wednesday, March 21st from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the auditorium. Students should prepare a 1 minute memorized comedic monologue.



Tickets for this year’s Spring Musical, THE DROWSY CHAPERONE, are on sale NOW during lunches - don’t forget to bring you money!   Tickets are $6 for students if bought in advance, $12 at the door - so Get Your Tickets now and save some money.   This hilarious musical comedy has all the right ingredients: A GREAT Cast and Crew, Live Professional Orchestra, Stunning Sets and enough provocative jokes to keep the story moving.   Come see what everyone is talking about - THE DROWSY CHAPERONE - March 16th, 17th & 18th!


On March 19th, the dinner at Medard’s House will include Chicken Noodle Soup, Seasoned French Fries, salad, and dessert. Also, coffee will be available when the doors open at 3:00 and dinner will be served at 5:00.


Good luck to Cedar Cliff's three Academic Worldquest Teams who will be competing this Saturday at the Academic Worldquest Competition at Elizabethtown College. Cedar Cliff's teams will be going up against teams from Cumberland Valley, Harrisburg Academy, and Milton Hershey. In order to prepare, students have been studying topics on world affairs such as: climate change, diplomacy, and cyber security. Best wishes for success tomorrow!


College Visitations to Cedar Cliff

Empire Beauty School - March 20 @ 9AM


Attention CC student drivers. Please park in your assigned parking spot. Do NOT park in visitor’s spots or someone else’s spot you will be ticketed.

 

Thursday,  March 15th, Cycle Day 1

Students who would like to take an AP exam must register in the guidance office before March 21st.  The cost is $94 per exam and is required at the time of registration.  Students can pay in cash or check written to CCHS. Please see Ms. Thorpe in the guidance office to register.



Tickets for this year’s Spring Musical, THE DROWSY CHAPERONE, are on sale NOW during lunches - don’t forget to bring you money!   Tickets are $6 for students if bought in advance, $12 at the door - so Get Your Tickets now and save some money.   This hilarious musical comedy has all the right ingredients: A GREAT Cast and Crew, Live Professional Orchestra, Stunning Sets and enough provocative jokes to keep the story moving.   Come see what everyone is talking about - THE DROWSY CHAPERONE - March 16th, 17th & 18th!


College Visitations to Cedar Cliff

Empire Beauty School - March 20 @ 9AM


 

Wednesday, March 14th, Cycle Day 6

Auditions for the CC Players spring production of You Can’t Take It With You by George S. Kauffman and Moss Hart will be held Wednesday, March 21st from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the auditorium. Students should prepare a 1 minute memorized comedic monologue.


Tickets for this year’s Spring Musical, THE DROWSY CHAPERONE, are on sale NOW during lunches - don’t forget to bring you money!   Tickets are $6 for students if bought in advance, $12 at the door - so Get Your Tickets now and save some money.   This hilarious musical comedy has all the right ingredients: A GREAT Cast and Crew, Live Professional Orchestra, Stunning Sets and enough provocative jokes to keep the story moving.   Come see what everyone is talking about - THE DROWSY CHAPERONE - March 16th, 17th & 18th!


Attention Big Brothers & Big Sisters!!!

The March Big Brother activity will be held THIS Thursday, March 15. Please contact Miss Casilio if you have questions or are unable to attend.


The Boys tennis team opened their season yesterday.  Losing a close match with Palmyra 3 to 2. Winning for the Colts at 1 doubles was Sam Clarke and Zeke Torrez in a exciting 3 set tie breaker.  Also winning for the Colts at 2 doubles was Yosh Patel and Alex Arensdorf this was also in there sets.


 

Tuesday, March 13th, Cycle Day 5

Students who would like to take an AP exam must register in the guidance office before March 21st.  The cost is $94 per exam and is required at the time of registration.  Students can pay in cash or check written to CCHS. Please see Ms. Thorpe in the guidance office to register.


Tickets for this year’s Spring Musical, THE DROWSY CHAPERONE, are on sale NOW during lunches - don’t forget to bring you money!   Tickets are $6 for students if bought in advance, $12 at the door - so Get Your Tickets now and save some money.   This hilarious musical comedy has all the right ingredients: A GREAT Cast and Crew, Live Professional Orchestra, Stunning Sets and enough provocative jokes to keep the story moving.   Come see what everyone is talking about - THE DROWSY CHAPERONE - March 16th, 17th & 18th!


Attention Big Brothers & Big Sisters!!!

The March Big Brother activity will be held THIS Thursday, March 15. Please contact Miss Casilio if you have questions or are unable to attend.


College Visitations to Cedar Cliff

Empire Beauty School - March 20 @ 9AM


 

Monday, March 12th, Cycle Day 4

Auditions for the CC Players spring production of You Can’t Take It With You by George S. Kauffman and Moss Hart will be held Wednesday, March 21st from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the auditorium. Students should prepare a 1 minute memorized comedic monologue.


Tickets for this year’s Spring Musical, THE DROWSY CHAPERONE, are on sale NOW during lunches - don’t forget to bring you money!   Tickets are $6 for students if bought in advance, $12 at the door - so Get Your Tickets now and save some money.   This hilarious musical comedy has all the right ingredients: A GREAT Cast and Crew, Live Professional Orchestra, Stunning Sets and enough provocative jokes to keep the story moving.   Come see what everyone is talking about - THE DROWSY CHAPERONE - March 16th, 17th & 18th!


Best Wishes to Zach Gallagher as he represent Cedar Cliff in the PIAA Swimming Championships this week at Bucknell University. Zach will be competing in the 200IM on Wednesday morning. Good Luck Zach.


 

 

Friday, March 9th, Cycle Day 3

Students who would like to take an AP exam must register in the guidance office before March 21st.  The cost is $94 per exam and is required at the time of registration.  Students can pay in cash or check written to CCHS. Please see Ms. Thorpe in the guidance office to register.


Tickets for this year’s Spring Musical, THE DROWSY CHAPERONE, are on sale NOW during lunches - don’t forget to bring you money!   Tickets are $6 for students if bought in advance, $12 at the door - so Get Your Tickets now and save some money.   This hilarious musical comedy has all the right ingredients: A GREAT Cast and Crew, Live Professional Orchestra, Stunning Sets and enough provocative jokes to keep the story moving.   Come see what everyone is talking about - THE DROWSY CHAPERONE - March 16th, 17th & 18th!


Friends Forever will be having a St. Patrick's Day Party on 3/13 at 2:45 in the cafeteria. Please let Mrs. Rawlings know if you are coming to the party before the end of school on Friday 3/9. Sign up sheet for food, drinks and paper goods is in her room.


The taco bar is coming to Medard’s House this Monday.  Doors open at 3:00 and dinner is served at 5:00.


Our wrestlers had a great day yesterday at the PIAA Championships. Aiden Lewis bounced back from a first round loss and is still wrestling in the consolation bracket.  JJ Wilson, Michael Cassidy and Donovon Ball all advanced to the Quarterfinal Round and are in medal contention. Good luck to all four as they continue wrestling today at 2PM at the Giant Center.


 

Thursday,  March 8th, Cycle Day 2

Auditions for the CC Players spring production of You Can’t Take It With You by George S. Kauffman and Moss Hart will be held Wednesday, March 21st from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the auditorium. Students should prepare a 1 minute memorized comedic monologue.


Do you want to join the students' march? See Ms. Bowerman in 232 about transportation to Washington DC for the March 24 event.


Tickets for this year’s Spring Musical, THE DROWSY CHAPERONE, are on sale NOW during lunches - don’t forget to bring you money!   Tickets are $6 for students if bought in advance, $12 at the door - so Get Your Tickets now and save some money.   This hilarious musical comedy has all the right ingredients: A GREAT Cast and Crew, Live Professional Orchestra, Stunning Sets and enough provocative jokes to keep the story moving.   Come see what everyone is talking about - THE DROWSY CHAPERONE - March 16th, 17th & 18th!
 
 
Wednesday, March 7th, Cycle Day 1

Are you interested in taking a leadership role in next year's Mini-THON? If so, stop by and pick up an application from Miss Dando in room 214 or Miss Beekler in room 122. Applications are due by 3pm on Wednesday, March 7.

Do you want to join the students' march? See Ms. Bowerman in 232 about transportation to Washington DC for the March 24 event.

Students who would like to take an AP exam must register in the guidance office before March 21st.  The cost is $94 per exam and is required at the time of registration.  Students can pay in cash or check written to CCHS.  Please see Ms. Thorpe in the guidance office to register.

Tickets for this year’s Spring Musical, THE DROWSY CHAPERONE, are on sale NOW during lunches - don’t forget to bring you money!   Tickets are $6 for students if bought in advance, $12 at the door - so Get Your Tickets now and save some money.   This hilarious musical comedy has all the right ingredients: A GREAT Cast and Crew, Live Professional Orchestra, Stunning Sets and enough provocative jokes to keep the story moving.   Come see what everyone is talking about - THE DROWSY CHAPERONE - March 16th, 17th & 18th!

 

Tuesday, March 6th, Cycle Day 6


Are you interested in taking a leadership role in next year's Mini-THON? If so, stop by and pick up an application from Miss Dando in room 214 or Miss Beekler in room 122. Applications are due by 3pm on Wednesday, March 7.


Auditions for the CC Players spring production of You Can’t Take It With You by George S. Kauffman and Moss Hart will be held Wednesday, March 21st from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the auditorium.


Do you want to join the students' march? See Ms. Bowerman in 232 about transportation to Washington DC for the March 24 event.


Students should prepare a 1 minute memorized comedic monologue.


Tickets for this year’s Spring Musical, THE DROWSY CHAPERONE, go on sale tomorrow during lunches - don’t forget to bring you money!   Tickets are $6 for students if bought in advance, $12 at the door - so Get Your Tickets now and save some money. This hilarious musical comedy has all the right ingredients: A GREAT Cast and Crew, Live Professional Orchestra, Stunning Sets and enough provocative jokes to keep the story moving.   Come see what everyone is talking about - THE DROWSY CHAPERONE - March 16th, 17th & 18th!


Congratulations to Aiden Lewis, JJ Wilson, Michael Cassidy and Donovon Ball as they will represent Cedar Cliff this Thursday-Saturday at the PIAA Individual Wrestling Championships held at the Giant Center. If you see them wish them good luck as they aim to bring home a PIAA medal.


Boys lacrosse practice will be moved to 3:00 pm in room 213. ALL MUST ATTEND!


 

Monday, March 19th, Cycle Day 3

Students who would like to take an AP exam must register in the guidance office before March 21st.  The cost is $94 per exam and is required at the time of registration.  Students can pay in cash or check written to CCHS. Please see Ms. Thorpe in the guidance office to register.


College Visitations to Cedar Cliff

Empire Beauty School - March 20 @ 9AM


The Cedar Cliff mini-THON committee would like to recognize and thank the top 10 fundraisers from this year's donor drive.  10. Sophie Kaercher, 9. Hannah Wilson, 8. Julia Breneman, 7. Donovan Ball, 6. Garrett Helvey, 5. Reed Bertram, 4. Grace Ghiazza, 3. Hannah Boblick, 2. Ben Gregory, and our top fundraiser putting all of her effort into raising money in memory of her best friend, Emilia Dameshek, Congratulations to Bella Anderson who raised $1,328.00 FTK!!!  Thank you to everyone who contributed to mini-THON this year raising $106,000 For The Kids!

Attention CC student drivers. Please park in your assigned parking spot. Do NOT park in visitor’s spots or someone else’s spot you will be ticketed.

Monday, March 5th, Cycle Day 5


Are you interested in taking a leadership role in next year's Mini-THON? If so, stop by and pick up an application from Miss Dando in room 214 or Miss Beekler in room 122. Applications are due by 3pm on Wednesday, March 7.


Students who would like to take an AP exam must register in the guidance office before March 21st.  The cost is $94 per exam and is required at the time of registration.  Students can pay in cash or check written to CCHS.  Please see Ms. Thorpe in the guidance office to register.


Auditions for the CC Players spring production of You Can’t Take It With You by George S. Kauffman and Moss Hart will be held Wednesday, March 21st from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the auditorium. Students should prepare a 1 minute memorized comedic monologue.


Do you want to join the students' march? See Ms. Bowerman in 232 about transportation to Washington DC for the March 24 event.


 




Wednesday, April 4th, Cycle Day 6

The Central Pennsylvania Blood Drive will be held at Cedar Cliff on Friday April 20th.  All students 16 years and older can sign up to donate. To signup see First Sergeant Sullivan or any JROTC cadet.  The school’s signup day is Friday April 13th at 9:00 AM in the Auditorium.


Any student enrolled in Spanish III, IV or V next year will be eligible to go to New York City from September 28-30, 2019.  Please come to an informational parent meeting on April 11th at 6:30 pm in the library. Students are welcome and encouraged to attend. Come to find out more about this exciting, engaging, and fun trip. Parents and students from Cedar Cliff can contact Señora Farrow by email with questions about the New York City trip.

 

Tuesday, April 3rd, Cycle Day 5

The Central Pennsylvania Blood Drive will be held at Cedar Cliff on Friday April 20th.  All students 16 years and older can sign up to donate. To signup see First Sergeant Sullivan or any JROTC cadet.  The school’s signup day is Friday April 13th at 9:00 AM in the Auditorium.


Friday, March 2nd, Cycle Day 4

Open gyms for Girls Middle school volleyball is available for 9th graders in February and March at New Cumberland Middle school, after school from 3-5 on March 5th, 6th and 7th. See Mr. Uibel for details.


There will be boys lacrosse workouts Monday through Friday at 315 pm on the football practice field. Stay tuned for updates based on weather.


Are you interested in taking a leadership role in next year's Mini-THON? If so, stop by and pick up an application from Miss Dando in room 214 or Miss Beekler in room 122. Applications are due by 3pm on Wednesday, March 7.


Library fines got you down?  You can blow them away with boxes of tissues.  Small boxes will wipe away $1.00 and large boxes will clean up $2.00.  Stop by the library today to clear out those library fines!


Students who would like to take an AP exam must register in the guidance office before March 21st.  The cost is $94 per exam and is required at the time of registration.  Students can pay in cash or check written to CCHS.  Please see Ms. Thorpe in the guidance office to register.


On Monday, March 5th, dinner at Medard’s House will consist of Meatball Hoagies, Salad, Chips, Cookies, and Fruit.  Doors open at 3:00 and dinner is served at 5:00. Hope to see you there!!!


Good luck to Corinne Firestone, Trevor Flick, and Zoe Koutsokostas who will be representing Cedar Cliff in the project category at the regional History Day Competition this weekend at Messiah College! The theme for the competition this year is Conflict and Compromise.


All boys planning to play lacrosse this spring need to report to the library today at 3 pm.


The last open gym for boys volleyball will be from 1:00-3:00 tomorrow at New Cumberland middle school.


 

Thursday,  March 1st, Cycle Day 3

Boys volleyball open gyms will be after school every Tuesday and Thursday from 3 to 5 after school in Gym 2. Come and crush it.


There will be boys lacrosse workouts Monday through Friday at 315 pm on the football practice field. Stay tuned for updates based on weather.



Are you interested in taking a leadership role in next year's Mini-THON? If so, stop by and pick up an application from Miss Dando in room 214 or Miss Beekler in room 122. Applications are due by 3pm on Wednesday, March 7.


Library fines got you down?  You can blow them away with boxes of tissues.  Small boxes will wipe away $1.00 and large boxes will clean up $2.00.  Stop by the library today to clear out those library fines!


A reminder to students participating in the History Day competition at Messiah College this Saturday, permission slips are due to Mrs. Kamps today.


A reminder to students attending the Great Decisions Speaker series on Monday, March 5, permission slips are due to Mrs. Kamps by tomorrow, Friday, March 2.


On Monday, March 5th, dinner at Medard’s House will consist of Meatball Hoagies, Salad, Chips, Cookies, and Fruit.  Doors open at 3:00 and dinner is served at 5:00. Hope to see you there!!!


 

Wednesday, February 28th, Cycle Day 2

Boys volleyball open gyms will be after school every Tuesday and Thursday from 3 to 5 after school in Gym 2. Come and crush it.


There will be boys lacrosse workouts Monday through Friday at 315 pm on the football practice field. Stay tuned for updates based on weather.


Library fines got you down?  You can blow them away with boxes of tissues.  Small boxes will wipe away $1.00 and large boxes will clean up $2.00.  Stop by the library today to clear out those library fines!


 

Tuesday, February 27th, Cycle Day 2

Seniors.  Payment for your cap, gown is being collected until February 28th.  You can bring your payment to Mrs Pines in room 236 or Mrs Kutz in room 233.  You may also drop it off in the office before school until 7:30 a.m.  Please take care of this as soon as possible.  Please see Mrs. Pines or Mrs. Kutz with and questions or concerns.


Boys volleyball open gyms will be after school every Tuesday and Thursday from 3 to 5 after school in Gym 2. Come and crush it.


There will be boys lacrosse workouts Monday through Friday at 315 pm on the football practice field. Stay tuned for updates based on weather.


Are you interested in taking a leadership role in next year's Mini-THON? If so, stop by and pick up an application from Miss Dando in room 214 or Miss Beekler in room 122. Applications are due by 3pm on Wednesday, March 7.


There is a lost tan colored dog the size of a small German Shepherd lost within New Cumberland named Autumn.  If you see her please call the local police and let them know where you saw her.


 

Monday, February 25th, Cycle Day 1

Open gyms for Girls Middle school volleyball is available for 9th graders in February and March at New Cumberland Middle school, after school from 3-5 on February 26th, 27th, and 28th. See Mr. Uibel for details.


Seniors.  Payment for your cap, gown is being collected until February 28th.  You can bring your payment to Mrs Pines in room 236 or Mrs Kutz in room 233.  You may also drop it off in the office before school until 7:30 a.m.  Please take care of this as soon as possible.  Please see Mrs. Pines or Mrs. Kutz with and questions or concerns.


Boys volleyball open gyms will be after school every Tuesday and Thursday from 3 to 5 after school in Gym 2. Come and crush it.


There will be boys lacrosse workouts Monday through Friday at 315 pm on the football practice field. Stay tuned for updates based on weather.

Congratulations to the Snowball court winners. Princess for the Freshman was Natalie Uibel. Princess for the Sophomores was Maggie Conklin. Princess for the Juniors was Maggie Meyers. The Senior King was Matt Uibel, and Senior Queen Janelle Robinson. Congratulations to all!!


 

Friday, February 23rd, Cycle Day 6

Open gyms for Girls Middle school volleyball is available for 9th graders in February and March at New Cumberland Middle school, after school from 3-5 on February 26th, 27th, and 28th. See Mr. Uibel for details.


Seniors.  Payment for your cap, gown is being collected until February 28th.  You can bring your payment to Mrs Pines in room 236 or Mrs Kutz in room 233.  You may also drop it off in the office before school until 7:30 a.m.  Please take care of this as soon as possible.  Please see Mrs. Pines or Mrs. Kutz with and questions or concerns.


Looking for some formal fun? The winter formal dance is upon us. Come tomorrow night  from 7:30 to 10:00, in the Cedar Cliff gym. Today is the last day to buy tickets, they are $15.00 and are sold at all lunches; tickets will NOT be sold at the door.


JV and Freshman Boys Basketball Banquet flyers are available in the office , please stop by to get one.


Boys volleyball open gyms will be after school every Tuesday and Thursday from 3 to 5 after school in Gym 2. Come and crush it.


There will be a boys lacrosse open gym at Yellow Breeches sports facility on Friday at 345 pm. Please plan to attend.


 

Thursday,  February 22nd, Cycle Day 5

Open gyms for Girls Middle school volleyball is available for 9th graders in February and March at New Cumberland Middle school, after school from 3-5 on February 26th, 27th, and 28th. See Mr. Uibel for details.


Looking for some formal fun? The winter formal dance is upon us. Come February 24th  from 7:30 to 10:00, in the Cedar Cliff gym. Tickets are $15, and they are sold at all lunches!


Boys volleyball open gyms will be after school every Tuesday and Thursday from 3 to 5 after school in Gym 2. Come and crush it.


If you returned a permission slip for the HACC Engineering trip today please report to the main office at 8:00 this morning.


JV and Freshman Boys Basketball Banquet flyers are available in the office , please stop by to get one.


Tonight’s Girls Basketball Playoff game v Central York will be played at Red Lion HS. Start time is 7PM. Come out and support your Lady Colts.


 

Wednesday, February 21st, Cycle Day 4

Seniors.  Payment for your cap, gown is being collected until February 28th.  You can bring your payment to Mrs Pines in room 236 or Mrs Kutz in room 233.  You may also drop it off in the office before school until 7:30 a.m.  Please take care of this as soon as possible.  Please see Mrs. Pines or Mrs. Kutz with and questions or concerns.


Looking for some formal fun? The winter formal dance is upon us. Come February 24th  from 7:30 to 10:00, in the Cedar Cliff gym. Tickets are $15, and they are sold at all lunches!


Boys volleyball open gyms will be after school every Tuesday and Thursday from 3 to 5 after school in Gym 2. Come and crush it .


Today after school is an Amnesty International Club Meeting in Mrs. Lackey Room. All are invited.


Creative Writing Club will NOT meet this week. The next meeting of Creative Writing will be Thursday, March 1, after school in room 232.


The Young Republican club will meet Thursday morning at 7:10 in the JROTC room. Donuts will be provided.


 

Tuesday, February 20th, Cycle Day 3

Seniors.  Payment for your cap, gown is being collected until February 28th.  You can bring your payment to Mrs Pines in room 236 or Mrs Kutz in room 233.  You may also drop it off in the office before school until 7:30 a.m.  Please take care of this as soon as possible.  Please see Mrs. Pines or Mrs. Kutz with and questions or concerns.


Looking for some formal fun? The winter formal dance is upon us. Come February 24th  from 7:30 to 10:00, in the Cedar Cliff gym. Tickets are $15, and they are sold at all lunches!


Boys volleyball open gyms will be after school every Tuesday and Thursday from 3 to 5 after school in Gym 2. Come and crush it.


Welcome to Mary Migala our new attendance secretary!


 

 

Thursday,  February 15th, Cycle Day 6

Open gyms for Girls Middle school volleyball is available for 9th graders in February and March at New Cumberland Middle school, after school from 3-5 on February 20th, 21st, and 22nd. See Mr. Uibel for details.


This is Mini-THON spirit week.:

Today  - Hawaiian Day

Friday  - Mini-THON shirt/apparel Day


Looking for some formal fun? The winter formal dance is upon us. Come February 24th  from 7:30 to 10:00, in the Cedar Cliff gym. Tickets are $15, and they are sold at all lunches!


Boys volleyball open gyms will be after school every Tuesday and Thursday from 3 to 5 after school in Gym 2. Come and crush it.



Our varsity girls basketball team has made it into the District III 6A basketball playoffs.  We will have a HOME game on Monday, February 19th vs Central Dauphin East at 7:00pm.  Cost is $6 for adults and $4 for students.  We would really love to pack our gym for this game!  Please consider coming and bringing your daughter/family.  This will be our last home game this season.  Come out and help us get the Win!!!  Go Colts!!!


Don't forget to bring some extra money to the CC/RL faculty/staff game on Thursday night at CC to buy raffle tickets!  You could win 2 free autobahn passes, $25 applebees gift cards, $50 salon gift card, 6 free dance lessons with Col. Hancock, other gift cards, lanyard wallets, wet brush package, and more! Doors open at 6:30 and game starts at 7. Student tickets $3, adults $5  


 

Wednesday, February 14th, Cycle Day 5

Happy Valentines Day!

Today we will be following an early dismissal schedule.  At 11:45, you will report from your last class to your homeroom and from there will be participating in activities and an assembly promoting positive mental health.  If you have any questions, please ask a teacher!  


Open gyms for Girls Middle school volleyball is available for 9th graders in February and March at New Cumberland Middle school, after school from 3-5 on February 20th, 21st, and 22nd. See Mr. Uibel for details.


Seniors.  Payment for your cap, gown is being collected until February 28th.  You can bring your payment to Mrs Pines in room 236 or Mrs Kutz in room 233.  You may also drop it off in the office before school until 7:30 a.m.  Please take care of this as soon as possible.  Please see Mrs. Pines or Mrs. Kutz with and questions or concerns.


This is Mini-THON spirit week.:

Today  - Mental Health Fair - Purple and Yellow Day

Thursday  - Hawaiian Day

Friday  - Mini-THON shirt/apparel Day


There will be a young republicans meeting on Thursday, February 15th in the JROTC room at 7:10. Donuts will be provided.


Looking for some formal fun? The winter formal dance is upon us. Come February 24th  from 7:30 to 10:00, in the Cedar Cliff gym. Tickets are $15, and they are sold at all lunches!


Boys volleyball open gyms will be after school every Tuesday and Thursday from 3 to 5 after school in Gym 2. Come and crush it.


Hola Spanish Club members! Our next meeting is this Wednesday, February 14th. We will be learning about how the Día de San Valentín, day of love and friendship is celebrated in Spanish speaking countries and we will be making decorations for Mini-THON. We are hoping to get a group picture at the beginning of the meeting for the yearbook. Nos vemos pronto chicos!


Did you know suicide is the 3rd leading cause of death in youth ages 10-24? The Aevidum club wants to help spread some love this Valentine’s day and invites all students to join us at the mental health fair and assemblies this afternoon. Seniors are encouraged to stay! We hope to see you there!


Our varsity girls basketball team has made it into the District III 6A basketball playoffs.  We will have a HOME game on Monday, February 19th vs Central Dauphin East at 7:00pm.  Cost is $6 for adults and $4 for students.  We would really love to pack our gym for this game!  Please consider coming and bringing your daughter/family.  This will be our last home game this season.  Come out and help us get the Win!!!  Go Colts!!!


Don't forget to bring some extra money to the CC/RL faculty/staff game on Thursday night at CC to buy raffle tickets!  You could win 2 free autobahn passes, $25 applebees gift cards, $50 salon gift card, 6 free dance lessons with Col. Hancock, other gift cards, lanyard wallets, wet brush package, and more! Doors open at 6:30 and game starts at 7. Student tickets $3, adults $5.


 

 

Monday, February 12th, Cycle Day 3

Open gyms for Girls Middle school volleyball is available for 9th graders in February and March at New Cumberland Middle school, after school from 3-5 on February 20th, 21st, and 22nd. See Mr. Uibel for details.


Seniors.  Payment for your cap, gown is being collected until February 28th.  You can bring your payment to Mrs Pines in room 236 or Mrs Kutz in room 233.  You may also drop it off in the office before school until 7:30 a.m.  Please take care of this as soon as possible.  Please see Mrs. Pines or Mrs. Kutz with and questions or concerns.


Each week Medard’s House serves a free meal to the students who attend the after school program.  This week we will be serving spaghetti with garlic bread, salad, and some Valentine desserts.  Doors open at 3:00 and dinner is served at 5:00.


This is Mini-THON spirit week.:

Monday - Twin Day

Tuesday  - Jersey Day

Wednesday  - Mental Health Fair - Purple and Yellow Day

Thursday  - Hawaiian Day

Friday  - Mini-THON shirt/apparel Day


There will be a young republicans meeting on Thursday, February 15th in the JROTC room at 7:10. Donuts will be provided.


Looking for some formal fun? The winter formal dance is upon us. Come February 24th  from 7:30 to 10:00, in the Cedar Cliff gym. Tickets are $15, and they are sold at all lunches starting today!


Boys volleyball open gyms will be after school every Tuesday and Thursday from 3 to 5 after school in Gym 2. Come and crush it.




Friday, February 9th, Cycle Day 2

You can still sign up for mini-Thon..Are you planning on getting in on minithon? Do you have questions about mini-THON registration? Do you need a parent permission slip? Stop by and see Miss Dando in rom 214 or Miss Beekler in room 122.


Do you have a lot of spare change? Want to help raise money for Mini-THON? Today is the last day to bring in change. The first period class that raises the most money will receive a FREE breakfast!


Congratulations to Tom Chelednik and Ryan Wittle who have both won Army College ROTC scholarships.


Next week is Mini-THON spirit week.:

Monday, 2/12- Twin Day

Tuesday, 2/13 - Jersey Day

Wednesday, 2/14 - Mental Health Fair - Purple and Yellow Day

Thursday, 2/15 - Hawaiian Day

Friday, 2/16 - Mini-THON shirt/apparel Day


Seniors.  Payment for your cap, gown is being collected until February 28th.  You can bring your payment to Mrs Pines in room 236 or Mrs Kutz in room 233.  You may also drop it off in the office before school until 7:30 a.m.  Please take care of this as soon as possible.  Please see Mrs. Pines or Mrs. Kutz with and questions or concerns.


Yesterday, the Freshmen Lady Colts ended their season with a big 30-15 win over Carlisle.  Meghan Schraeder led our team with 9 points, Faith Joy had 6, Hannah Bahn and Em Wenger each had 4, Mackenzie Hoffer, Lily Berrier, and Gretchen Wingeard had 2 points each, and Zoe Gladfelter chipped in 1.  Great job ladies!


 

Monday, April 9th, Cycle Day 3

The Central Pennsylvania Blood Drive will be held at Cedar Cliff on Friday April 20th.  All students 16 years and older can sign up to donate. To signup see First Sergeant Sullivan or any JROTC cadet.  The school’s signup day is Friday April 13th at 9:00 AM in the Auditorium.


Any student enrolled in Spanish III, IV or V next year will be eligible to go to New York City from September 28-30, 2018.  Please come to an informational parent meeting on April 11th at 6:30 pm in the library. Students are welcome and encouraged to attend. Come to find out more about this exciting, engaging, and fun trip. Parents and students from Cedar Cliff can contact Señora Farrow by email with questions about the New York City trip.


Are you a sophomore, junior or senior who needs some help with making career decisions?  Then the ASVAB may be just what you are looking for. The ASVAB Career Exploration Program can help you take steps towards finding a career that is right for you.  You can benefit from taking the ASVAB whether you are planning to go to college or enter the work force after graduation. The program is designed to help you learn more about yourself and the world of work, explore occupations in line with you interest and skills and develop an effective strategy to realize your career goals.

The ASVAB will be offered here at Cedar Cliff on Wednesday, April 25th.  Please stop by the guidance office to sign up today. See your counselor for more information.


A reminder to Special Interest students who signed up to participate in the academic 3-2-1 competition: the competition will take place on Monday, April 9 at 8:00 AM in the library. Please report to the library at 8 on Monday.


Congratulations to the Committee Heads & Overalls for 2019 CC mini-THON.

Overalls- Allison Dalby, Sophie Gregory and Katie Lafaver

Finance & Registration - Karina Chima and Maggie Conklin

Entertainment & Operations - Sydnie Boyle and Garrett Helvy

Fundraising - Caitlynn Leffler and  Devon Bertram

Corporate Sponsors - Isabella Anderson

Food & Hospitality - Allison Dalby, Mackenzie Eng & Brandon Koch

Communications & Public Relations & Family Affairs-Madeline Foster & Regan Robinson.Thank you to all that put in an application. If you were not chosen, we would still love to have you be involved! More information will be forthcoming! FOR THE KIDS!


Come out and support the boys volleyball team tomorrow night against Lower Dauphin.

Tuesday, April 10th, Cycle Day 4

The Central Pennsylvania Blood Drive will be held at Cedar Cliff on Friday April 20th.  All students 16 years and older can sign up to donate. To signup see First Sergeant Sullivan or any JROTC cadet.  The school’s signup day is Friday April 13th at 9:00 AM in the Auditorium.


Any student enrolled in Spanish III, IV or V next year will be eligible to go to New York City from September 28-30, 2018.  Please come to an informational parent meeting on April 11th at 6:30 pm in the library. Students are welcome and encouraged to attend. Come to find out more about this exciting, engaging, and fun trip. Parents and students from Cedar Cliff can contact Señora Farrow by email with questions about the New York City trip.


Anyone interested in cheerleading should attend the cheerleading open gyms every Tuesday from 4:30 to 6:30 pm at Cedar Cliff in Gym 2.


Come out and support the boys volleyball team tonight against Lower Dauphin.

Thursday,  February 8th, Cycle Day 1

Seniors.  Payment for your cap, gown is being collected until February 28th.  You can bring your payment to Mrs Pines in room 236 or Mrs Kutz in room 233.  You may also drop it off in the office before school until 7:30 a.m.  Please take care of this as soon as possible.  Please see Mrs. Pines or Mrs. Kutz with and questions or concerns.


You can still sign up for mini-Thon..Are you planning on getting in on minithon? Do you have questions about mini-THON registration? Do you need a parent permission slip? Stop by and see Miss Dando in rom 214 or Miss Beekler in room 122.


Do you have a lot of spare change? Want to help raise money for Mini-THON? Bring in your spare change to your first period teacher through Friday 2/9. The first period class that raises the most money will receive a FREE breakfast!


The results are in for the 2018 South Central Pennsylvania Scholastic Art and Writing Awards! Over 2,500 entries from more than 70 area schools were submitted.
Congratulations to the following Cedar Cliff students who won awards…..
Emily Guk- Silver Key for her entry in the Science Fiction/Fantasy category, and 2 Gold Keys for her entries in both Drawing and Illustration, as well as Photography
Rhiannon Loza- Gold Key and American Visions Nominee for her entry in the Editorial Cartoon category
Maria Rahmouni- Gold Key for her entry in the Poetry category
Madison Black- 2 Honorable Mentions for her entries in Flash Fiction and Personal Essay
Lindsay Garbacik- 2 Honorable Mentions for her entries in Personal, as well as Critical, Essay

Fiona Hilt- 2 Honorable Mentions for her entries in Poetry and Flash Fiction
Erik Homovich- Honorable Mention for his entry in Humor.
Students who won gold awards will advance to the national level for judging. As an additional honor, Emily Guk and Rhiannon Loza's art pieces have been selected to be on display at the Harrisburg State Museum from March 10 until May 6! Visit the museum to see some amazing artwork!
Congratulations again to all of these students!


Next week is Mini-THON spirit week.:

Monday, 2/12- Twin Day

Tuesday, 2/13 - Jersey Day

Wednesday, 2/14 - Mental Health Fair - Purple and Yellow Day

Thursday, 2/15 - Hawaiian Day

Friday, 2/16 - Mini-THON shirt/apparel Day


 

Tuesday, February 6th, Cycle Day 6

Seniors.  Payment for your cap, gown is being collected until February 28th.  You can bring your payment to Mrs Pines in room 236 or Mrs Kutz in room 233.  You may also drop it off in the office before school until 7:30 a.m.  Please take care of this as soon as possible.  Please see Mrs. Pines or Mrs. Kutz with and questions or concerns.


You can still sign up for mini-Thon..Are you planning on getting in on minithon? Do you have questions about mini-THON registration? Do you need a parent permission slip? Stop by and see Miss Dando in rom 214 or Miss Beekler in room 122.


The next French Club meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 6th in room 117 after school. Get your party hats on because this meeting will be all about Mardi Gras traditions in France and New Orleans. There will be snacks! See Madame King in room 117 for more information.


Do you have a lot of spare change? Want to help raise money for Mini-THON? Bring in your spare change to your first period teacher through Friday 2/9. The first period class that raises the most money will receive a FREE breakfast!


Next week is Mini-THON spirit week.:

Monday, 2/12- Twin Day

Tuesday, 2/13 - Jersey Day

Wednesday, 2/14 - Mental Health Fair - Purple and Yellow Day

Thursday, 2/15 - Hawaiian Day

Friday, 2/16 - Mini-THON shirt/apparel Day


 

Monday, February 5th, Cycle Day 5

The next French Club meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 6th in room 117 after school. Get your party hats on because this meeting will be all about Mardi Gras traditions in France and New Orleans. There will be snacks! See Madame King in room 117 for more information.


Do you have a lot of spare change? Want to help raise money for Mini-THON? Bring in your spare change to your first period teacher through Friday 2/9. The first period class that raises the most money will receive a FREE breakfast!


Each Monday Medard’s House serves a free meal to the students who attend the after school program.  This week’s meal will have a Mexican theme and include Cheesy Beef Enchilada casserole, nachos with toppings, and Churro cookies.  Doors open at 3:00 and dinner is served at 5:00 pm.


Congratulations to the Wrestling Team on their District 3 Team Championship! They defeated Cumberland Valley in a thrilling 32-31 victory. The team will next be in the PIAA Team Tournament starting this Thursday at the Giant Center.


A reminder to Academic Worldquest team members attending Ambassador Jett's presentation today: you are to be dismissed at 12:20 this afternoon to report to the lobby for transportation. 


 

Friday, February 2nd, Cycle Day 4

Seniors.  Payment for your cap, gown is being collected until February 28th.  You can bring your payment to Mrs Pines in room 236 or Mrs Kutz in room 233.  You may also drop it off in the office before school until 7:30 a.m.  Please take care of this as soon as possible.  Please see Mrs. Pines or Mrs. Kutz with and questions or concerns.


Sign-up for mini-THON teams are now available during lunches. At lunch make sure to sign-up your team as well as yourself onto donor drive to assure that you are able to attend!! Top three fundraisers will help hold up the total at mini-THON! If you have signed up for donor drive, please have your parents email the link to their friends and post on social media asap.  If you haven't signed up for donor drive, please do so today!  You don't have to be attending mini-THON to sign up for donor drive to help raise money for kids with cancer.  Everyone should do it!  www.fourdiamonds.donordrive.com. If you have questions, stop by and see Miss Dando in rom 214 or Miss Beekler in room 122.


The next French Club meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 6th in room 117 after school. Get your party hats on because this meeting will be all about Mardi Gras traditions in France and New Orleans. There will be snacks! See Madame King in room 117 for more information.


A reminder to Academic Worldquest teammates: permission slips are due to Mrs. Kamps this Friday, Feb. 2 if you plan to attend Ambassador Jett's presentation at the Frederickson library on Monday.


The mini-THON dodgeball tournament planned for today is now canceled due to lack of participation.


 

 

 

Wednesday, January 31st, Cycle Day 2

If you are interested in giving back to your community, donate prepackaged food, and clothing to the necessity closet. All donations go directly back to your classmates. Take what you need give what you can. The donation bin is located in the cafeteria.


Seniors.  Payment for your cap, gown is being collected until February 28th.  You can bring your payment to Mrs Pines in room 236 or Mrs Kutz in room 233.  You may also drop it off in the office before school until 7:30 a.m.  Please take care of this as soon as possible.  Please see Mrs. Pines or Mrs. Kutz with and questions or concerns.


Attention all job seekers....Are you ready for your first job and excited about earning extra money?  Learn about what it takes to seek, land and perform successfully during your first job experience.  Attend 'The Ready for Work Seminar' on February 5 held at Crossroad's Middle School Auditorium from 6:30-8 pm.   Searching, finding and keeping that first job can be a challenging and competitive task.  The 'Ready to Work Seminar' will provide insight to help you enter the work force with a that competitive edge.  Take charge of your work attitude and register now to participate.  Check out the district website to find out how to register.


Sign-up for mini-THON teams are now available during lunches. At lunch make sure to sign-up your team as well as yourself onto donor drive to assure that you are able to attend!! Top three fundraisers will help hold up the total at mini-THON! Last day to get a t-shirt Thursday, February 1st.If you have signed up for donor drive, please have your parents email the link to their friends and post on social media asap.  If you haven't signed up for donor drive, please do so today!  You don't have to be attending mini-THON to sign up for donor drive to help raise money for kids with cancer.  Everyone should do it!  www.fourdiamonds.donordrive.com. If you have questions, stop by and see Miss Dando in rom 214 or Miss Beekler in room 122.


The Friends Forever Club is having a Buddie's Only meeting Thursday, 2/1 right after school,  in the Library.. Fundraising plans for the club and requirements for club members will be reviewed. Let Mrs. Rawlings know if you will be able to make the meeting.

The Friends Forever Club is having a Valentine's Party on 2/8/18 right after school until 4:00. The party will be in the cafeteria. Let Mrs. Rawlings know if you will be able to make the party. A sign-up sheet for food and drinks will be available Thursday 2/1 at the Buddie's Only meeting.


The next French Club meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 6th in room 117 after school. Get your party hats on because this meeting will be all about Mardi Gras traditions in France and New Orleans. There will be snacks! See Madame King in room 117 for more information.


Monday, the 9th grade Lady Colts basketball team upped their record to 7-6 with a 28-12 win over Carlisle.  Our team was led in scoring by Faith Joy with 7 points, Meghan Schraeder with 6, Em Wenger had 4, Kara Young with 3, Hannah Bahn, Mackenzie Hoffer, Zoe Gladfelter, and Katie Calderone each chipped in 2.  Yesterday the freshman lady colts had an exciting 28-23 victory over Red Land.  Meghan Schraeder led our team with 14 points, Faith Joy had 5, Mackenzie Hoffer had 4, lily berrier added 3 and hannah bahn had 2.  Way to go ladies!


 

Monday, January 29th, Cycle Day 1

Attention all job seekers....Are you ready for your first job and excited about earning extra money?  Learn about what it takes to seek, land and perform successfully during your first job experience.  Attend 'The Ready for Work Seminar' on February 5 held at Crossroad's Middle School Auditorium from 6:30-8 pm.   Searching, finding and keeping that first job can be a challenging and competitive task.  The 'Ready to Work Seminar' will provide insight to help you enter the work force with a that competitive edge.  Take charge of your work attitude and register now to participate.  Check out the district website to find out how to register.


Sign-up for mini-THON teams are now available during lunches. At lunch make sure to sign-up your team as well as yourself onto donor drive to assure that you are able to attend!! Top three fundraisers will help hold up the total at mini-THON! Last day to get a t-shirt Thursday, February 1st.If you have signed up for donor drive, please have your parents email the link to their friends and post on social media asap.  If you haven't signed up for donor drive, please do so today!  You don't have to be attending mini-THON to sign up for donor drive to help raise money for kids with cancer.  Everyone should do it!  www.fourdiamonds.donordrive.com. If you have questions, stop by and see Miss Dando in rom 214 or Miss Beekler in room 122.


Seniors.  Payment for your cap, gown is being collected until February 28th.  You can bring your payment to Mrs Pines in room 236 or Mrs Kutz in room 233.  You may also drop it off in the office before school until 7:30 a.m.  Please take care of this as soon as possible.  Please see Mrs. Pines or Mrs. Kutz with and questions or concerns.




Tickets for the Red Land-Cedar Cliff Basketball Doubleheader will be on sale until  Tuesday, Jan. 30th in the HS Main Office. All tickets are $5. Games are at Red Land: JV Boys-4PM, Varsity Girls- 6PM and Varsity Boys- 7:30PM.


The Friends Forever Club is having a Buddie's Only meeting Thursday, 2/1 right after school. Fundraising plans for the club and requirements for club members will be reviewed. Let Mrs. Rawlings know if you will be able to make the meeting. Location to be announced so stay tuned.

The Friends Forever Club is having a Valentine's Party on 2/8/18 right after school until 4:00. The party will be in the cafeteria. Let Mrs. Rawlings know if you will be able to make the party. A sign-up sheet for food and drinks will be available Thursday 2/1 at the Buddie's Only meeting.


 


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