Daily Announcements

Cedar Cliff's Daily Announcements

Yearbooks

If you would like to order a yearbook, and missed providing a form you can order online at

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Ms. McKay is yearbook coordinator, if you have questions. 

Colts of the Month

December Announcements

Wednesday, December 11th, Cycle Day 2

Mini Thon will be hosting a Donor Drive Kickoff Assembly during all flexes on Today. Please bring your laptops or phone to be able to sign up! See you there. 

The Ballroom Dance Club will meet this Friday Dec 13 at 3:00 in the JROTC Room.

Sub pick up for NHS is Today after 2:00 P.M. in the lobby by the concourse by the big C's.  NHS members who ordered subs need to be present to pick them up. NO subs will be kept overnight.

Did you take the ASVAB last month?  If so, a meeting will be held on Thursday at 1:30pm in the library.  At this meeting, students will receive their ASVAB results as well as learn how to interpret their scores.  See Mrs. Gray in the counseling center with any questions.

Attention all students...To help usher in the winter break, we will be holding a Spirit Week next week.  All are encouraged to participate and have some fun! The days are - Monday – Flannel Day, Tuesday – Red/Green/White Day, Wednesday – Snow Day (options are to wear white, PJs or winter clothing),  Thursday – Favorite Holiday Movie Character, Friday – Ugly Sweater Day


 

 

Tuesday, December 10th, Cycle Day 1

The Young Republicans are meeting every Thursday in the JROTC room at 7:10. Come out and join the conversation.

Mini Thon will be hosting a Donor Drive Kickoff Assembly during all flexes on 12/11. Please bring your laptops or phone to be able to sign up! See you there. 

The Ballroom Dance Club will meet this Friday Dec 13 at 3:00 in the JROTC Room.

Sub pick up for NHS is Wednesday after 2:00 P.M. in the lobby by the concourse by the big C's.  NHS members who ordered subs need to be present to pick them up. NO subs will be kept overnight.

Attention all students...To help usher in the winter break, we will be holding a Spirit Week next week.  All are encouraged to participate and have some fun! The days are - Monday – Flannel Day, Tuesday – Red/Green/White Day, Wednesday – Snow Day (options are to wear white, PJs or winter clothing),  Thursday – Favorite Holiday Movie Character, Friday – Ugly Sweater Day


 

 

Monday, December 9th, Cycle Day 6

The Young Republicans are meeting every Thursday in the JROTC room at 7:10. Come out and join the conversation.

Entries for this year's Scholastic Writing Competition are due by the end of the school day today. Entries should be submitted digitally, and your entry form should go to Mrs. Wolfe in 201.

Mini Thon will be hosting a Donor Drive Kickoff Assembly during all flexes on 12/11. Please bring your laptops or phone to be able to sign up! See you there. 

The Ballroom Dance Club will meet this Friday Dec 13 at 3:00 in the JROTC Room.


 

 

Friday, December 6th, Cycle Day 5

There is a boys volleyball open gym on Sunday 2-4pm in Gym 1. All boys are welcome and freshman are encouraged, to come check it out! See Mr. Uibel with questions.

Entries for this year's Scholastic Writing Competition are due by Monday, December 9th at the end of the school day. Entries should be submitted digitally, and your entry form should go to Mrs. Wolfe in 201.

The boys and girls basketball teams and Swimming are starting their seasons tonight. Girls basketball is playing at home, and the boys are away at Big Spring. Swimming and diving is at Dover. Come out and support the teams.


 

 

Thursday, December 5th, Cycle Day 4

There is a boys volleyball open gym on Sunday 2-4pm in Gym 1. All boys are welcome and freshman are encouraged, to come check it out! See Mr. Uibel with questions.

Entries for this year's Scholastic Writing Competition are due by Monday, December 9th at the end of the school day. Entries should be submitted digitally, and your entry form should go to Mrs. Wolfe in 201.


 

 

Wednesday, December 4th, Cycle Day 3

There will be a dance club meeting today at 2:45 in the JROTC Room.


The Young Republicans are meeting every Thursday in the JROTC room at 7:10. Come out and join the conversation.

There is a boys volleyball open gym on Sunday 2-4pm in Gym 1. All boys are welcome and freshman are encouraged, to come check it out! See Mr. Uibel with questions.


 

 

Tuesday, December 3rd, Cycle Day 2 

Reminder that Today, December 3rd at 3PM - Auditions for the Spring Musical, Into The Woods will be held in the Auditorium.  Please make sure you have turned in your Actor Information form to Mr. Topping prior to auditions and to wear appropriate clothes and footwear for the dance audition.  We hope to see you there!


There will be a dance club meeting on Wed at 2:45 in the JROTC Room.+

The Young Republicans are meeting every Thursday in the JROTC room at 7:10. Come out and join the conversation.

The boys and girls basketball teams are having their meet and greet kickoff tonight in the gymnasium. Come out and meet the teams.


November Announcements

Friday, November 22nd, Cycle Day 1 

The district is collecting stuffed animals for patrons of Hershey Bears to throw onto the ice during their December 1st game.  The bears and stuffed animals are given to children in traumatic situations by first responders. There is a collection box in the front lobby.  The last day to contribute to this worthy cause is November 22nd. Thank you for helping make tough situations "bearable" for kids!

Congratulations to our football team as they will play in the District Championship tonight at Cocalico High School. Pre-sale tickets will be available in the HS Main Office. Cost is $6/ticket. Want to get to the game? Why not take the fan bus? No worries about traffic, gas or tolls. Cost is $10 which includes a seat on the bus and a ticket for the game. Sign up with the athletic secretary, Mrs. Anderson in the HS Main Office.


I used to be addicted to Thanksgiving leftovers, but I had to quit cold turkey!!


Gobble Gobble Have a Great Break!


 

Thursday, November 21st, Cycle Day 6

Are you looking for some encouragement and coffee before school starts?  Maybe you're worried about your big test coming up? Whatever it is, Salt and Light Club is hosting a weekly time to get together and lift one another up in student-led prayer and enjoy some coffee together.  Come out on Tuesday mornings to room 215 at 7:10 and feel the love!

Last day to tip your period one non-perishable food donation totals over the top! 

Period one classes are competing to win a free hot breakfast served in the library by GSA.  The breakfast will be rewarded to the class that collects the most non-perishable food items.  Collections will be November 18th to the 21st. See the flyer in your first period class for more details.  A big thank you to those who participated! Can't wait to find out who our winner is!


Congratulations to our football team as they will play in the District Championship on Friday at Cocalico. Pre-sale tickets will be available all week in the HS Main Office. Cost is $6/ticket. Want to go to the District Championship Football game? Why not take the fan bus? No worries about traffic, gas or tolls. Cost is $10 which includes a seat on the bus and a ticket for the game. Sign up with the athletic secretary, Mrs. Anderson in the HS Main Office.


Gobble, Gobble.Today is Turkey Day in the cafeteria. In order to put the large volume of students through the line students must have their number or ID card ready when they arrive at the register. If you do not have your ID or number you will be asked to move to the back of the line.


 

 

Wednesday, November 20th, Cycle Day 5

The Young Republicans are meeting every Thursday in the JROTC room at 7:10. Come out and join the conversation.

Only two days left to possibly win breakfast for you and your period one class!

Period one classes are competing to win a free hot breakfast served in the library by GSA.  The breakfast will be rewarded to the class that collects the most non-perishable food items.  Collections will be November 18th to the 21st. See the flyer in your first period class for more details.

Seniors – are you working on your college applications?  If you need your transcript sent prior to Thanksgiving break, please be sure to submit this request on Naviance by TODAY.  Any requests submitted after that day will not be processed until after break.  See Mrs. Gray in the counseling office with any questions.

Congratulations to our football team as they will play in the District Championship on Friday at Cocalico. Pre-sale tickets will be available all week in the HS Main Office. Cost is $6/ticket. Want to go to the District Championship Football game? Why not take the fan bus? No worries about traffic, gas or tolls. Cost is $10 which includes a seat on the bus and a ticket for the game. Sign up with the athletic secretary, Mrs. Anderson in the HS Main Office.  

Mini-THON Donor Drive will not take place today. It will occur after thanksgiving break.


 

 

Tuesday, November 19th, Cycle Day 4

The district is collecting stuffed animals for patrons of Hershey Bears to throw onto the ice during their December 1st game.  The bears and stuffed animals are given to children in traumatic situations by first responders. There is a collection box in the front lobby.  The last day to contribute to this worthy cause is November 22nd. Thank you for helping make tough situations "bearable" for kids!

The Young Republicans are meeting every Thursday in the JROTC room at 7:10. Come out and join the conversation.

Who will be the winner?!

Period one classes are competing to win a free hot breakfast served in the library by GSA.  The breakfast will be rewarded to the class that collects the most non-perishable food items.  Collections will be November 18th to the 21st. See the flyer in your first period class for more details.

Seniors – are you working on your college applications?  If you need your transcript sent prior to Thanksgiving break, please be sure to submit this request on Naviance by Wednesday, November 20th.  Any requests submitted after that day will not be processed until after break.  See Mrs. Gray in the counseling office with any questions. 

Attention Sophomores! 10th grade student government is selling lollipops to raise funds for when the sophomores have their prom! The prices are 1 for 50 cents, or 3 for a dollar. See Jimmy Le-Nguyen, Nick Brenkacz, Emily Wenger, or Soloman Khan to buy them. You can also purchase them from Mrs. Haun in room 127. Support your sophomore class!

Attention Freshman and Sophomores.  If you are interested in applying for VoTech and would like more information or help with the application process, a VoTech counselor will be here to help on Tuesday, November 19th in the library from 8 to 10AM.  Please be sure to bring you Chromebook.  If you have any questions, see your counselor for more information.

Mini-THON Donor Drive will take place this Wednesday, 11/20 in the auditorium during FLEX periods.

Congratulations to our football team as they will play in the District Championship on Friday at Cocalico. Pre-sale tickets will be available all week in the HS Main Office. Cost is $6/ticket. Want to go to the District Championship Football game? Why not take the fan bus? No worries about traffic, gas or tolls. Cost is $10 which includes a seat on the bus and a ticket for the game. Sign up with the athletic secretary, Mrs. Anderson in the HS Main Office.


 

 

Monday, November 18th, Cycle Day 3

Are you looking for some encouragement and coffee before school starts?  Maybe you're worried about your big test coming up? Whatever it is, Salt and Light Club is hosting a weekly time to get together and lift one another up in student-led prayer and enjoy some coffee together.  Come out on Tuesday mornings to room 215 at 7:10 and feel the love!

It's finally here! Day one of the non-perishable food drive!

Period one classes are competing to win a free hot breakfast served in the library by GSA.  The breakfast will be rewarded to the class that collects the most non-perishable food items.  Collections will be November 18th to the 21st. See the flyer in your first period class for more details.

Seniors – are you working on your college applications?  If you need your transcript sent prior to Thanksgiving break, please be sure to submit this request on Naviance by Wednesday, November 20th.  Any requests submitted after that day will not be processed until after break.  See Mrs. Gray in the counseling office with any questions. 

Attention Sophomores! 10th grade student government is selling lollipops to raise funds for when the sophomores have their prom! The prices are 1 for 50 cents, or 3 for a dollar. See Jimmy Le-Nguyen, Nick Brenkacz, Emily Wenger, or Soloman Khan to buy them. You can also purchase them from Mrs. Haun in room 127. Support your sophomore class!

Attention Freshman and Sophomores.  If you are interested in applying for VoTech and would like more information or help with the application process, a VoTech counselor will be here to help on Tuesday, November 19th in the library from 8 to 10AM.  Please be sure to bring you Chromebook.  If you have any questions, see your counselor for more information.

 There will be a Young Democrats meeting after school today. Please remember to bring your permission slip for our visit to the State Capitol. This will be the last chance to collect them and you will not be able to go without permission. We will have a special guest speaker today.


 

 

Friday, November 15th, Cycle Day 2 

Cedar Cliff girls lacrosse team is playing in an indoor winter league. Games are only on Saturdays through February. It's a good time to brush up your skills and get ready for the spring season. Or if you want to check out the sport, this would be a great time to give it a try before the spring season arrives. See the athletic secretary in the main office for more details.

Young Dems will be meeting Monday after school, room 224.

Yearbooks are now $67, make sure to order yours by either ordering online or grabbing an order form from Mrs. McKay in room 230. Also follow the Yearbook’s instagram @cedarcliffyearbook for extra info and special inside looks.


Seniors – are you working on your college applications?  If you need your transcript sent prior to Thanksgiving break, please be sure to submit this request on Naviance by Wednesday, November 20th.  Any requests submitted after that day will not be processed until after break.  See Mrs. Gray in the counseling office with any questions.  


There were will be a kick off assembly for Mini-Thon and Donor Drive during all flexes today. Please bring your phone or laptops to the assembly.


Don't forget this weekend to pick up those non-perishable food items!

Period one classes will be competing to win a free hot breakfast served in the library by GSA.  The breakfast will be rewarded to the class that collects the most non-perishable food items. Collections will be November 18th to the 21st.  See the flyer in your first period class for more details.


A reminder to Special Interest students: If you are interested in entering the scholastic art and/or writing competition, rough drafts are due to Mrs. Kamps this Friday, November 15. Final copies with entry forms are then due Thursday, December 5.

Attention Special Interest students: it's time for the national online academic competition, the 3-2-1 Competition. Test your knowledge against other high school teams across the country. The competition will take place on Friday, December 13 from 8-10 AM in the Special Interest room. If you're interested in participating on the team, sign up online or in the Special Interest room- room 21 in the library- by December 6. See Mrs. Kamps with any questions. 

There will be a boys volleyball open gym on Sunday, November 17th from 2-4 pm in Gym 1. Come out and play!! See Mr. Uibel in room 5 if you have questions.

Attention Sophomores! 10th grade student government is selling lollipops to raise funds for when the sophomores have their prom! The prices are 1 for 50 cents, or 3 for a dollar. See Jimmy Le-Nguyen, Nick Brenkacz, Emily Wenger, or Soloman Khan to buy them. You can also purchase them from Mrs. Haun in room 127. Support your sophomore class!

Attention Freshman and Sophomores.  If you are interested in applying for VoTech and would like more information or help with the application process, a VoTech counselor will be here to help on Tuesday, November 19th in the library from 8 to 10AM.  Please be sure to bring you Chromebook.  If you have any questions, see your counselor for more information.

Attention Freshman and Sophomores.  If you are interested in applying for VoTech and would like more information or help with the application process, a VoTech counselor will be here to help on Tuesday, November 19th in the library from 8 to 10AM.  Please be sure to bring you Chromebook.  If you have any questions, see your counselor for more information. 

 

Thursday, November 14th, Cycle Day 1

The district is collecting stuffed animals for patrons of Hershey Bears to throw onto the ice during their December 1st game.  The bears and stuffed animals are given to children in traumatic situations by first responders. There is a collection box in the front lobby.  The last day to contribute to this worthy cause is November 22nd. Thank you for helping make tough situations "bearable" for kids!

Are you looking for some encouragement and coffee before school starts?  Maybe you're worried about your big test coming up? Whatever it is, Salt and Light Club is hosting a weekly time to get together and lift one another up in student-led prayer and enjoy some coffee together.  Come out on Tuesday mornings to room 215 at 7:10 and feel the love!

Young Dems will be meeting Monday after school, room 224.

Don't miss the opportunity to be a part of the biggest and best competion of 2019!

Period one classes will be competing to win a free hot breakfast served in the library by GSA.  The breakfast will be rewarded to the class that collects the most non-perishable food items. Collections will be November 18th to the 21st.  See the flyer in your first period class for more details.

Seniors – are you working on your college applications?  If you need your transcript sent prior to Thanksgiving break, please be sure to submit this request on Naviance by Wednesday, November 20th.  Any requests submitted after that day will not be processed until after break.  See Mrs. Gray in the counseling office with any questions.  

Yearbooks are now $67, make sure to order yours by either ordering online or grabbing an order form from Mrs. McKay in room 230. Also follow the Yearbook’s instagram @cedarcliffyearbook for extra info and special inside looks.



There were will be a kick off assembly for Mini-Thon and Donor Drive during all flexes on Friday 11/15. Please bring your phone or laptops to the assembly.

Reminder to all HOBY applicants.  Your essay is due to Mr. Tierney no later than Today.  This can be turned in by email or a printed copy.

Calling all students interested in participating in this year’s Spring Musical Into The Woods!  Any student who is interested in getting involved on the stage or in the crew should attend the interest meeting this TODAY at 3PM.  No commitment to come to the meeting, just come and listen to how you can get involved in the cast or crew of our wonderful Spring Musical Program.  Please see Mr. Topping for more details. 

A reminder to Special Interest students: If you are interested in entering the scholastic art and/or writing competition, rough drafts are due to Mrs. Kamps this Friday, November 15. Final copies with entry forms are then due Thursday, December 5.

Attention Special Interest students: it's time for the national online academic competition, the 3-2-1 Competition. Test your knowledge against other high school teams across the country. The competition will take place on Friday, December 13 from 8-10 AM in the Special Interest room. If you're interested in participating on the team, sign up online or in the Special Interest room- room 21 in the library- by December 6. See Mrs. Kamps with any questions. 


There will be a boys volleyball open gym on Sunday, November 17th from 2-4 pm in Gym 1. Come out and play!! See Mr. Uibel in room 5 if you have questions.


 

 

Wednesday, November 13th, Cycle Day 6

The next Spanish Club meeting will be Today, right after school in room 118. If you have not joined the Spanish Club, please do so pronto. We are planning a fun-filled Spanish scavenger hunt for November. The winner will receive a $20 gift card to Neato Burrito. Snacks, drinks, and desserts will be provided. Get a registration form from Sra. Leland in room 118 in order to participate. 

Cedar Cliff girls lacrosse team is playing in an indoor winter league. Games are only on Saturdays through February. It's a good time to brush up your skills and get ready for the spring season. Or if you want to check out the sport, this would be a great time to give it a try before the spring season arrives. See the athletic secretary in the main office for more details.

There will be ballroom dance club meeting on Today in the Jrotc Room at 2:45.

The Young Republicans are meeting every Thursday in the JROTC room at 7:10. Come out and join the conversation.

Yearbooks are now $67, make sure to order yours by either ordering online or grabbing an order form from Mrs. McKay in room 230. Also follow the Yearbook’s instagram @cedarcliffyearbook for extra info and special inside looks.


Come join the biggest and final competition of 2019!

Period one classes will be competing to win a free hot breakfast served in the library by GSA.  The breakfast will be rewarded to the class that collects the most non-perishable food items. Collections will be November 18th to the 21st.  See the flyer in your first period class for more details.


Attention French Club members! We will be having a meeting right after school today. Come join us for French sweets, and fun games! If you haven’t paid your dues yet, please do so ASAP! 


If someone is missing their scooter, please see Mrs. Young in the girls phys. ed. office.

There were will be a kick off assembly for Mini-Thon and Donor Drive during all flexes on Friday 11/15. Please bring your phone or laptops to the assembly.

Reminder to all HOBY applicants.  Your essay is due to Mr. Tierney no later than THIS Thursday, November 14th.  This can be turned in by email or a printed copy.

The Aevidum club will be meeting today at 3:00 in room 233.  Bring a friend.

Seniors – are you working on your college applications?  If you need your transcript sent prior to Thanksgiving break, please be sure to submit this request on Naviance by Wednesday, November 20th.  Any requests submitted after that day will not be processed until after break.  See Mrs. Gray in the counseling office with any questions.  

Calling all students interested in participating in this year’s Spring Musical Into The Woods!  Any student who is interested in getting involved on the stage or in the crew should attend the interest meeting this Thursday November 13th at 3PM.  No commitment to come to the meeting, just come and listen to how you can get involved in the cast or crew of our wonderful Spring Musical Program. Please see Mr. Topping for more details.  

Tuesday, November 12th, Cycle Day 5

The next Spanish Club meeting will be tomorrow, right after school in room 118. If you have not joined the Spanish Club, please do so pronto. We are planning a fun-filled Spanish scavenger hunt for November. The winner will receive a $20 gift card to Neato Burrito. Snacks, drinks, and desserts will be provided. Get a registration form from Sra. Leland in room 118 in order to participate.

The Young Republicans are meeting every Thursday in the JROTC room at 7:10. Come out and join the conversation.

There will be ballroom dance club meeting on Wednesday in the Jrotc Room at 2:45.

Yearbooks are now $67, make sure to order yours by either ordering online or grabbing an order form from Mrs. McKay in room 230. Also follow the Yearbook’s instagram @cedarcliffyearbook for extra info and special inside looks.


There were will be a kick off assembly for Mini-Thon and Donor Drive during all flexes on Friday 11/15. Please bring your phone or laptops to the assembly.



 

 

Monday, November 11th, Cycle Day 4

The next Spanish Club meeting will be on Wednesday, November 13, right after school in room 118. If you have not joined the Spanish Club, please do so pronto. We are planning a fun-filled Spanish scavenger hunt for November. The winner will receive a $20 gift card to Neato Burrito. Snacks, drinks, and desserts will be provided. Get a registration form from Sra. Leland in room 118 in order to participate. 

Are you looking for some encouragement and coffee before school starts?  Maybe you're worried about your big test coming up? Whatever it is, Salt and Light Club is hosting a weekly time to get together and lift one another up in student-led prayer and enjoy some coffee together.  Come out on Tuesday mornings to room 215 at 7:10 and feel the love!

ID cards and Pictures from retake day are available in the office, please stop by to pick yours up. 

Cedar Cliff girls lacrosse team is playing in an indoor winter league. Games are only on Saturdays through February. It's a good time to brush up your skills and get ready for the spring season. Or if you want to check out the sport, this would be a great time to give it a try before the spring season arrives. See the athletic secretary in the main office for more details.

Young Dems will be meeting Today after school room 224.


 

 

Friday, November 8th, Cycle Day 3

The district is collecting stuffed animals for patrons of Hershey Bears to throw onto the ice during their December 1st game.  The bears and stuffed animals are given to children in traumatic situations by first responders. There is a collection box in the front lobby.  The last day to contribute to this worthy cause is November 22nd. Thank you for helping make tough situations "bearable" for kids!

ID cards and Pictures from retake day are available in the office, please stop by to pick yours up.The Veterans Day Spaghetti Dinner is tonight from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm in the Cedar Cliff cafeteria. All veterans and children eat free. Everyone else can purchase tickets either in the JROTC office, or the day of, for 7 dollars. Music and entertainment is provided, along with unlimited food. Please ask friends and family to  come out to support Veterans and our school!

Are you interested in learning about what each branch of the military has to offer you?  Come to the Military Informational Panel during the Spaghetti Dinner tonight from 6:30-7:30.  Students and parents will have the opportunity to ask questions about the branches of the military.  See the counseling department if you have any questions about the event.

The Cedar Cliff Players are presenting “It’s a Wonderful Life” this Tonight and Saturday, at 7:30 p.m. “It’s a Wonderful Life” is the holiday classic that adults have grown to love and watch every year. Nate Stains plays George Bailey, who has so many problems he is about to jump from a bridge! Teagan Kollas plays Clarence, George’s guardian angel who shows George his life in flashback and shows George what his town would have looked like if it hadn't been for all his good deeds over the years. Will George really jump from the bridge after he sees how wonderful his life has really been all along? If you haven’t seen the movie, you MUST see the play!

Nominated by the cast and director for an Apollo Award this year are Jon Lerch, Artasia Chism, Eli Domanski-Ferris, Nate Stains, Olivia Drozd, and Teagan Kollas  for their portrayals in It’s A Wonderful Life. The pressure is on for these fine actors as they are being reviewed by Hershey Theatre’s Apollo Award evaluators in hopes of winning the actual award. Come support your fellow students - if you haven’t seen the movie, you MUST see the play!



The football team’s first game in district playoffs is tonight at West Shore Stadium at 7 pm. Come out and cheer! ALL tickets are $6 at the gate. No student discounts.


 

 

Thursday, November 7th, Cycle Day 2

The next Spanish Club meeting will be on Wednesday, November 13, right after school in room 118. If you have not joined the Spanish Club, please do so pronto. We are planning a fun-filled Spanish scavenger hunt for November. The winner will receive a $20 gift card to Neato Burrito. Snacks, drinks, and desserts will be provided. Get a registration form from Sra. Leland in room 118 in order to participate. 

The Veterans Day Spaghetti Dinner is this Friday November 8th from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm in the Cedar Cliff cafeteria. All veterans and children eat free. Everyone else can purchase tickets either in the JROTC office, or the day of, for 7 dollars. Music and entertainment is provided, along with unlimited food. Please ask friends and family to  come out to support Veterans and our school!

Cedar Cliff will be hosting PIAA sports physicals for the upcoming winter season after school on Today at Cedar Cliff High school. Please meet in the main gym at 3pm. Any winter athlete that hasn’t already had a physical completed should plan to attend. Please bring cash or a check made payable to Red Cedar Family Practice in the amount of $25. This physical is good for the remaining two sports seasons. Students should bring a physical packet with sections 1-5 complete and signed by a parent or guardian. 

Sphero Sprk is here!  Join Chief Ninja, Mr. Frawley, to learn to code the Sphero and become a Level 1 Ninja yourself.  Only 15 participants per lunch period so sign up early for this Lunch & Learn happening on November 11th in the Library.  Check your Schoology for the invitation.

Are you interested in learning about what each branch of the military has to offer you?  Come to the Military Informational Panel during the Spaghetti Dinner on Friday, November 8th from 6:30-7:30.  Students and parents will have the opportunity to ask questions about the branches of the military. See the counseling department if you have any questions about the event.

Are you looking for some encouragement and coffee before school starts?  Maybe you're worried about your big test coming up? Whatever it is, Salt and Light Club is hosting a weekly time to get together and lift one another up in student-led prayer and enjoy some coffee together.  Come out on Tuesday mornings to room 215 at 7:10 and feel the love!

There will be a Key Club meeting this Today, from 3-4 pm in room 132.

The football team's first game in district playoffs is Friday, November 8th at West Shore Stadium at 7 pm. Come out and cheer!

The Cedar Cliff Players are presenting “It’s a Wonderful Life” this Friday and Saturday, November 8 and 9, at 7:30 p.m. “It’s a Wonderful Life” is the holiday classic that adults have grown to love and watch every year. Nate Stains plays George Bailey, who has so many problems he is about to jump from a bridge! Teagan Kollas plays Clarence, George’s guardian angel who shows George his life in flashback and shows George what his town would have looked like if it hadn't been for all his good deeds over the years. Will George really jump from the bridge after he sees how wonderful his life has really been all along? If you haven’t seen the movie, you MUST see the play!


 

 

Wednesday, November 6th, Cycle Day 1

Cedar Cliff will be hosting PIAA sports physicals for the upcoming winter season after school on Thursday, November 7, 2019 at Cedar Cliff High school. Please meet in the main gym at 3pm. Any winter athlete that hasn’t already had a physical completed should plan to attend. Please bring cash or a check made payable to Red Cedar Family Practice in the amount of $25. This physical is good for the remaining two sports seasons. Students should bring a physical packet with sections 1-5 complete and signed by a parent or guardian. 

Sphero Sprk is here!  Join Chief Ninja, Mr. Frawley, to learn to code the Sphero and become a Level 1 Ninja yourself.  Only 15 participants per lunch period so sign up early for this Lunch & Learn happening on November 11th in the Library.  Check your Schoology for the invitation.

Are you interested in learning about what each branch of the military has to offer you?  Come to the Military Informational Panel during the Spaghetti Dinner on Friday, November 8th from 6:30-7:30.  Students and parents will have the opportunity to ask questions about the branches of the military. See the counseling department if you have any questions about the event.

The Veterans Day Spaghetti Dinner is this Friday November 8th from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm in the Cedar Cliff cafeteria. All veterans and children eat free. Everyone else can purchase tickets either in the JROTC office, or the day of, for 7 dollars. Music and entertainment is provided, along with unlimited food. Please ask friends and family to  come out to support Veterans and our school!

There will be a Key Club meeting this Thursday, November 7th, from 3-4 pm in room 132.

The football team's first game in district playoffs is Friday, November 8th at West Shore Stadium at 7 pm. Come out and cheer!

Trevor Wagner and his teammate, Jarod went onto the finals of Bocci Ball at Villanova this weekend, on Sunday, coming away with a Silver medal after an extremely close match for the Area M team. Way to go Trevor! 

Tuesday, November 5th, Cycle Day 6

The next Spanish Club meeting will be on Wednesday, November 13, right after school in room 118. If you have not joined the Spanish Club, please do so pronto. We are planning a fun-filled Spanish scavenger hunt for November. The winner will receive a $20 gift card to Neato Burrito. Snacks, drinks, and desserts will be provided. Get a registration form from Sra. Leland in room 118 in order to participate. 

The district is collecting stuffed animals for patrons of Hershey Bears to throw onto the ice during their December 1st game.  The bears and stuffed animals are given to children in traumatic situations by first responders. There is a collection box in the front lobby.  The last day to contribute to this worthy cause is November 22nd. Thank you for helping make tough situations "bearable" for kids!

Are you interested in learning about what each branch of the military has to offer you?  Come to the Military Informational Panel during the Spaghetti Dinner on Friday, November 8th from 6:30-7:30.  Students and parents will have the opportunity to ask questions about the branches of the military. See the counseling department if you have any questions about the event.

There will be a ballroom dance club meeting on Today at 2:45 in the JROTC Room. 

There will be a Key Club meeting this Thursday, November 7th, from 3-4 pm in room 132.

Cedar Cliff will be hosting PIAA sports physicals for the upcoming winter season after school on Thursday, November 7, 2019 at Cedar Cliff High school. Please meet in the main gym at 3pm. Any winter athlete that hasn’t already had a physical completed should plan to attend. Please bring cash or a check made payable to Red Cedar Family Practice in the amount of $25. This physical is good for the remaining two sports seasons. Students should bring a physical packet with sections 1-5 complete and signed by a parent or guardian.

Are you a twin? Do you and your twin enjoy being on film? If so, TSA is looking for an eager set of look-alike twins to cast in a short film. Please see Ms. Dando in room 214 for more information.

The Veterans Day Spaghetti Dinner is this Friday November 8th from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm in the Cedar Cliff cafeteria. All veterans and children eat free. Everyone else can purchase tickets either in the JROTC office, or the day of, for 7 dollars. Music and entertainment is provided, along with unlimited food. Please ask friends and family to  come out to support Veterans and our school!

There will be a meeting of all athletes interested in Indoor Track Wednesday at 7:15AM in the cafeteria.


 

 

Monday, November 4th, Cycle Day 5

Cedar Cliff will be hosting PIAA sports physicals for the upcoming winter season after school on Thursday, November 7, 2019 at Cedar Cliff High school. Please meet in the main gym at 3pm. Any winter athlete that hasn’t already had a physical completed should plan to attend. Please bring cash or a check made payable to Red Cedar Family Practice in the amount of $25. This physical is good for the remaining two sports seasons. Students should bring a physical packet with sections 1-5 complete and signed by a parent or guardian. 

Sphero Sprk is here!  Join Chief Ninja, Mr. Frawley, to learn to code the Sphero and become a Level 1 Ninja yourself.  Only 15 participants per lunch period so sign up early for this Lunch & Learn happening on November 11th in the Library.  Check your Schoology for the invitation.

Are you interested in learning about what each branch of the military has to offer you?  Come to the Military Informational Panel during the Spaghetti Dinner on Friday, November 8th from 6:30-7:30.  Students and parents will have the opportunity to ask questions about the branches of the military. See the counseling department if you have any questions about the event.

A reminder to Special Interest students attending the Susquehanna University Creative Writing Day  today: You need to report to the front office lobby this morning at 8:00 for departure.

Are you looking for some encouragement and coffee before school starts?  Maybe you're worried about your big test coming up? Whatever it is, Salt and Light Club is hosting a weekly time to get together and lift one another up in student-led prayer and enjoy some coffee together.  Come out on Tuesday mornings to room 215 at 7:10 and feel the love!

There will be a ballroom dance club meeting on Tuesday Nov 5 at 2:45 in the JROTC Room. 

There will be a Young Democrats meeting Today after school in room 224.

The football team's first game in district playoffs is Friday, November 8th at West Shore Stadium at 7 pm. Come out and cheer!


 

 

Friday, November 1st, Cycle Day 4


The next Spanish Club meeting will be on Wednesday, November 13, right after school in room 118. If you have not joined the Spanish Club, please do so pronto. We are planning a fun-filled Spanish scavenger hunt for November. The winner will receive a $20 gift card to Neato Burrito. Snacks, drinks, and desserts will be provided. Get a registration form from Sra. Leland in room 118 in order to participate.

Cedar Cliff will be hosting PIAA sports physicals for the upcoming winter season after school on Thursday, November 7, 2019 at Cedar Cliff high school. Please meet in the main gym at 3pm. Any winter athlete that hasn’t already had a physical completed should plan to attend. Please bring cash or check made payable to Red Cedar Family Practice in the amount of $25. This physical is good for the remaining two sports seasons. Students should bring a physical packet with sections 1-5 complete and signed by a parent or guardian. 

The induction for new NHS members is Monday, November 4th.  There is a mandatory practice for new members at 7:00 A.M. Monday morning. Current NHS members are reminded that presence at the induction is mandatory.

Baughman Methodist Church is looking for help tomorrow  for their Operation Christmas Child Project from 9:00 A.M. until 1:00 P.M. Participants will put together gift boxes for children. The time you spend may be counted as service hours, but the bigger reward will be knowing you have helped put a smile on a child's face.  If you have questions, see Mrs. Hoch.

Are you interested in learning about what each branch of the military has to offer you?  Come to the Military Informational Panel during the Spaghetti Dinner on Friday, November 8th from 6:30-7:30.  Students and parents will have the opportunity to ask questions about the branches of the military. See the counseling department if you have any questions about the event.

Seniors, please make sure that you hand in your orders for cakes and pies today.  They may be given to either Mrs. Kutz in room 233 or Mrs. Pines in room 236. Also, seniors, if you purchased a senior T-shirt, they may be picked up in room 236.  

The Dance Club is canceled for today.

The 18th Annual Cedar Cliff High School Fall Blood Drive was a bloody success!  Stay tuned next week when we share the final results of your generosity.

In the meantime, we have the winners from the McDonalds and Starbucks Gift Card Drawing...the envelope, please (crinkle paper in the microphone).

The following individuals are the lucky winners of a $10 McDonald's Gift Card:

Joshua Weymouth, Kennedi Bishop,Anthony Henninger,Leila Elmsaouri,Gabrielle Layne,Divine Maboundou,Luke Stitt,Kaya Konevitch,Brooke Boughter.


And a fine "Welcome my pretties" to our final winner in this category, Mrs. Hoch. 

The following individuals are the caffeine driven winners of a $10 Starbucks Gift Card:

Mr. Carl Marshall,

Cherie Gariepy,Tivin Hersh,Mackenzie Holmes,Barrett Cutshall,Breanna Hooper,Cerenity Cady,Anthony Shires,Catie Mank, And a "it all adds up" to our final winner in this category, Mr. Yarnevich.

Finally, we have two Grand Prize Winners:

The winner of the $25 Gift Card to McDonald's is: Devon Bertram

The winner of the $25 Gift Card to Starbucks is: Lily Berrier

Thank you to all who participated in the Fall Blood Drive.

You already know what day it is.  P-R-E-T-Z-E-L day!! Pretzel day!!!  I know you’re as excited as I am! Support the Musical Department by buying one of these epic pretzels!  One singular dollar. What’s better than that? Nothing…. The answer is nothing. Have a pretzel-tastic Friday!!


Student Board Reports

Each month during the school year, a student representative from Cedar Cliff speaks to the Board of School Directors during their scheduled Board Meeting. This presentation provides the West Shore community with an overview of events and accomplishments happening at the Cliff. We are proud to make these reports available for download below. Enjoy.
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