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March

Wednesday, March 31st, Cycle Day 5

Ok students…… the moment you all have been waiting for!

The response to the question “What year was Cedar Cliff Built?”


The correct answer is... 1958


The 6 students in cohort A that got that correct and chosen at random were;

1.      Garrett Black

2.      William Georges

3.      Makayla Amato

4.      Samantha Greene

5.      Avery Fryer

6.      Allison Kulp


Please come down to the office now to collect your prize

 


Wednesday, March 24th, Cycle Day 6**Play Alma Mater in place of SSB

Let's Hear It For The Girls!!  March is Women's History Month and your library has great reads for you.  Choose from tons of categories such Sisters from Another Century to Tough Mothers.  Stop in to browse today!

It's March!  That means it's time to GET LUCKY IN THE LIBRARY.  Everyone who checks out a book, ebook or audiobook during the month of March will be entered into a drawing for one of four Joey's Chicken Shack gift cards.  You can visit the library to learn more or check out with MackinVia found on the library Schoology page.  Come on!  Get Lucky!!

Auditions for the spring play, Arsenic and Old Lace, will be held on March 26th from 3:00 -5:00 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Please memorize a 1 minute, comedic monologue.

Attention: Colts Anti-Racist Alliance members. Don't forget to attend our Zoom meeting TONIGHT at 7:00 pm!  We will be discussing chapters 6 and 7 of This Book is Anti-Racist. Invite a friend- just give them the link! If anyone is interested in joining CARA, please talk to a member or Mr. Santiago or Mrs. Rizzardo. 

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 workforce 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 14th.  Please stop by the counseling center to sign up today.  See your counselor for more information.


Congratulations to the following Cedar Cliff Chamber Singers who qualified for State Chorus this week.   It has been over a decade since the choirs have achieved this distinction for so many singers.  Lilliane Campbell placed 7th as an Alto 2 in the Region and is the first alternate, AJ Frownfelter placed 6th in the Region as a Bass 2, Alex McQuade placed 6th in the Region as a Tenor 1, and Jonah Petruschke place 1st in the Region as a Bass 1.   Congratulations to these students for representing our school and their music dept so well.


Tuesday, March 23rd, Cycle Day 5

Congratulations to the Cedar Cliff Academic Worldquest teams who competed this past Saturday in the Academic Worldquest Competition, which is sponsored by the World Affairs Council of Harrisburg! Our teams won first and second place in the competition and now qualify to compete at the national level! Congratulations to our second-place team: Maria Rahmouni-captain, Michael Flamini, Liam Gannon, and Mikayla Gay. Congratulations to our first-place team: Addison Clouser-captain, Fiona Hilt, Soloman Khan-Syed, and Kate Gannon! These students prepared for the competition through the Special Interest program and learned about world affairs in ten different competition categories. Well done!

The Young Republicans club will be social distancing in room 5 every Thursday morning. If you would like to join the meeting using zoom, please contact Mr. Uibel.

What do you get when you have two ditsy spinster sisters running a boarding house for lonely, elderly gentlemen? You get Arsenic and Old Lace! Joseph Kesselring’s play, Arsenic and Old Lace, is based on the true story of Amy Archer-Gilligan who murdered between 20 and 100 people, including some of her husbands. Originally intended to be a dark drama, the local theater industry convinced Mr. Kesselring his story would be more interesting as a comédie noire.  Auditions will be held on March 26th from 3:00 -5:00 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Please prepare a memorized, 1 minute, comedic monologue. All students are welcome to join the fun, madness, and mayhem!

The Boys Tennis team kept their undefeated  streak alive Friday vs Mifflin County winning 5 to 0.  Winning for CC was Kurt Schaeffer at #1singles Kurt used his rocket serve to a big win.  Also winning for CC was Gavin Breneman and Sam Langer in singles.  Winning in doubles was Colton Koblish, Gabe Salarias, EthanSanSoucie andTony Pearson.

Attention: Colts Anti-Racist Alliance members. Don't forget to attend our Zoom meeting this Wed. the 24th at 7:00 pm.  We will be discussing chapters 6 and 7 of This Book is Anti-Racist. Invite a friend- just give them the link! If anyone is interested in joining CARA, please talk to a member or Mr. Santiago or Mrs. Rizzardo. 

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 14th.  Please stop by the counseling center to sign up today.  See your counselor for more information.

Monday, March 22nd, Cycle Day 4

Congratulations to the Cedar Cliff Academic Worldquest teams who competed this past Saturday in the Academic Worldquest Competition, which is sponsored by the World Affairs Council of Harrisburg! Our teams won first and second place in the competition and now qualify to compete at the national level! Congratulations to our second-place team: Maria Rahmouni-captain, Michael Flamini, Liam Gannon, and Mikayla Gay. Congratulations to our first-place team: Addison Clouser-captain, Fiona Hilt, Soloman Khan-Syed, and Kate Gannon! These students prepared for the competition through the Special Interest program and learned about world affairs in ten different competition categories. Well done!


The Young Republicans club will be social distancing in room 5 every Thursday morning. If you would like to join the meeting using zoom, please contact Mr. Uibel.

What do you get when you have two ditsy spinster sisters running a boarding house for lonely, elderly gentlemen? You get Arsenic and Old Lace! Joseph Kesselring’s play, Arsenic and Old Lace, is based on the true story of Amy Archer-Gilligan who murdered between 20 and 100 people, including some of her husbands. Originally intended to be a dark drama, the local theater industry convinced Mr. Kesselring his story would be more interesting as a comédie noire.  Auditions will be held on March 26th from 3:00 -5:00 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Please prepare a memorized, 1 minute, comedic monologue. All students are welcome to join the fun, madness, and mayhem!

The Boys Tennis team kept their undefeated  streak alive Friday vs Mifflin County winning 5 to 0.  Winning for CC was Kurt Schaeffer at #1singles Kurt used his rocket serve to a big win.  Also winning for CC was Gavin Breneman and Sam Langer in singles.  Winning in doubles was Colton Koblish, Gabe Salarias, Ethan SanSoucie and Tony Pearson.


Thursday, March 18th, Cycle Day 3

Mini-THON shirts are in!  See Miss Anderson in room 114 to pay for and pick up your shirt!

This was spirit week! 

Today-Class Colors Day- Seniors - gold, Juniors - blue, Sophomores - white, Freshman - tie-dye.

Let's Hear It For The Girls!!  March is Women's History Month and your library has great reads for you.  Choose from tons of categories such Sisters from Another Century to Tough Mothers.  Stop in to browse today!

It's March!  That means it's time to GET LUCKY IN THE LIBRARY.  Everyone who checks out a book, ebook or audiobook during the month of March will be entered into a drawing for one of four Joey's Chicken Shack gift cards.  You can visit the library to learn more or check out with MackinVia found on the library Schoology page.  Come on!  Get Lucky!!

Auditions for the spring play, Arsenic and Old Lace, will be held on March 26th from 3:00 -5:00 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Please memorize a 1 minute, comedic monologue.

Congratulations to the boys' tennis team, as they defeated Northern last night 5-0. Winning for Cedar Cliff, Kurt Schaeffer at number 1 singles. At number 2 singles, Gavin Breneman won in an exciting third-set tiebreaker. Sam Langer won at number 3 singles. Tony Pearson and Anthony Griva won at 1 doubles. Ethan SanSouci and Colton Coblish won at 2 doubles. The next match will be Friday afternoon against Mifflin County at home, where the Colts tennis team puts their undefeated record on the line!


Wednesday, March 17th, Cycle Day 2**Play Alma Mater in place of SSB

Mini-THON shirts are in!  See Miss Anderson in room 114 to pay for and pick up your shirt!

This week is spirit week!  


Today - St. Patrick's Day

Thursday - Class Colors Day- Seniors - gold, Juniors - blue, Sophomores - white, Freshman - tie-dye.

Let's Hear It For The Girls!!  March is Women's History Month and your library has great reads for you.  Choose from tons of categories such Sisters from Another Century to Tough Mothers.  Stop in to browse today!

It's March!  That means it's time to GET LUCKY IN THE LIBRARY.  Everyone who checks out a book, ebook or audiobook during the month of March will be entered into a drawing for one of four Joey's Chicken Shack gift cards.  You can visit the library to learn more or check out with MackinVia found on the library Schoology page.  Come on!  Get Lucky!!

Auditions for the spring play, Arsenic and Old Lace, will be held on March 26th from 3:00 -5:00 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Please memorize a 1 minute, comedic monologue.

March is Intellectual and Developmental Disability Awareness Month.  7 to 8 million Americans have IDD.  Individuals with IDD have impairments in physical, learning, language, or behavior areas.  Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities occur among all racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic groups. On Tuesday and Wednesday, March 16 & 17, you will have an opportunity to sign a banner, during lunch, to promote inclusion in our school.  By signing our banner, you believe that all people, regardless of their ability or  disabilities, have the right to be respected and appreciated as valued members of their communities and school.  Stop by the table at lunch and sign our Cedar Cliff = Inclusion Banner!

Tuesday, March 16th, Cycle Day 1

Mini-THON shirts are in!  See Miss Anderson in room 114 to pay for and pick up your shirt!

This week is spirit week!  


Today-Visco Girl Day

Wednesday-St. Patrick's Day

Thursday-Class Colors Day- Seniors - gold, Juniors - blue, Sophomores - white, Freshman - tie-dye.

The Young Republicans club will be social distancing in room 5 every Thursday morning. If you would like to join the meeting using zoom, please contact Mr. Uibel.

What do you get when you have two ditsy spinster sisters running a boarding house for lonely, elderly gentlemen? You get Arsenic and Old Lace! Joseph Kesselring’s play, Arsenic and Old Lace, is based on the true story of Amy Archer-Gilligan who murdered between 20 and 100 people, including some of her husbands. Originally intended to be a dark drama, the local theater industry convinced Mr. Kesselring his story would be more interesting as a comédie noire.  Auditions will be held on March 26th from 3:00 -5:00 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Please prepare a memorized, 1 minute, comedic monologue. All students are welcome to join the fun, madness, and mayhem!

March is Intellectual and Developmental Disability Awareness Month.  7 to 8 million Americans have IDD.  Individuals with IDD have impairments in physical, learning, language, or behavior areas.  Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities occur among all racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic groups. On Tuesday and Wednesday, March 16 & 17, you will have an opportunity to sign a banner, during lunch, to promote inclusion in our school.  By signing our banner, you believe that all people, regardless of their ability or  disabilities, have the right to be respected and appreciated as valued members of their communities and school.  Stop by the table at lunch and sign our Cedar Cliff = Inclusion Banner!


Monday, March 15th, Cycle Day 6

Mini-THON shirts are in!  See Miss Anderson in room 114 to pay for and pick up your shirt!

This week is spirit week!  


Today-College Apparel

Tuesday-Visco Girl Day

Wednesday-St. Patrick's Day

Thursday-Class Colors Day- Seniors - gold, Juniors - blue, Sophomores - white, Freshman - tie-dye.

The Young Republicans club will be social distancing in room 5 every Thursday morning. If you would like to join the meeting using zoom, please contact Mr. Uibel.

What do you get when you have two ditsy spinster sisters running a boarding house for lonely, elderly gentlemen? You get Arsenic and Old Lace! Joseph Kesselring’s play, Arsenic and Old Lace, is based on the true story of Amy Archer-Gilligan who murdered between 20 and 100 people, including some of her husbands. Originally intended to be a dark drama, the local theater industry convinced Mr. Kesselring his story would be more interesting as a comédie noire.  Auditions will be held on March 26th from 3:00 -5:00 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Please prepare a memorized, 1 minute, comedic monologue. All students are welcome to join the fun, madness, and mayhem!

March is Intellectual and Developmental Disability Awareness Month.  7 to 8 million Americans have IDD.  Individuals with IDD have impairments in physical, learning, language, or behavior areas.  Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities occur among all racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic groups. On Tuesday and Wednesday, March 16 & 17, you will have an opportunity to sign a banner, during lunch, to promote inclusion in our school.  By signing our banner, you believe that all people, regardless of their ability or  disabilities, have the right to be respected and appreciated as valued members of their communities and school.  Stop by the table at lunch and sign our Cedar Cliff = Inclusion Banner!

Thursday, March 11th, Cycle Day 4 **Play Alma Mater in place of SSB

Let's Hear It For The Girls!!  March is Women's History Month and your library has great reads for you.  Choose from tons of categories such Sisters from Another Century to Tough Mothers.  Stop in to browse today!

Congratulations to 9th grade students Caleb Masshardt and Ethan Hoffert. Caleb and Ethan won recognition in the West Shore Rotary's Four-Way Test essay contest. The students addressed the prompt, Is it the Truth? – How I Define What is True in My Life. Ethan won acknowledgement and a monetary award. Caleb won first place and a monetary award. Caleb's essay advances to the District for judging. Congratulations to both students on their awards and in representing Cedar Cliff in this competition!

It's March!  That means it's time to GET LUCKY IN THE LIBRARY.  Everyone who checks out a book, ebook or audiobook during the month of March will be entered into a drawing for one of four Joey's Chicken Shack gift cards.  You can visit the library to learn more or check out with MackinVia found on the library Schoology page.  Come on!  Get Lucky!!

Mini-THON shirts are in!  See Miss Anderson in room 114 to pay for and pick up your shirt!

Next week is spirit week!  


Monday-College Apparel

Tuesday-Visco Girl Day

Wednesday-St. Patrick's Day

Thursday-Class Colors Day- Seniors - gold, Juniors - blue, Sophomores - white, Freshman - tie-dye.


Wednesday, March 10th, Cycle Day 3

Let's Hear It For The Girls!!  March is Women's History Month and your library has great reads for you.  Choose from tons of categories such Sisters from Another Century to Tough Mothers.  Stop in to browse today!

It's March!  That means it's time to GET LUCKY IN THE LIBRARY.  Everyone who checks out a book, ebook or audiobook during the month of March will be entered into a drawing for one of four Joey's Chicken Shack gift cards.  You can visit the library to learn more or check out with MackinVia found on the library Schoology page.  Come on!  Get Lucky!!

Congratulations to 9th grade students Caleb Masshardt and Ethan Hoffert. Caleb and Ethan won recognition in the West Shore Rotary's Four-Way Test essay contest. The students addressed the prompt, Is it the Truth? – How I Define What is True in My Life. Ethan won acknowledgement and a monetary award. Caleb won first place and a monetary award. Caleb's essay advances to the District for judging. Congratulations to both students on their awards and in representing Cedar Cliff in this competition!

Next week is spirit week!  


Monday-College Apparel

Tuesday-Visco Girl Day

Wednesday-St. Patrick's Day

Thursday-Class Colors Day- Seniors - gold, Juniors - blue, Sophomores - white, Freshman - tie-dye.

Tuesday, March 9th, Cycle Day 3

Spring is coming up and the class of 2023 is hosting a fundraiser that will help you get a jump on your gardening. Flowers and seeds are being sold with a percentage of the profits going towards the sophomore class' prom and graduation. See Mrs.Burrows in room 134 or see Mrs. Haun in room 127 to order through a brochure with no shipping charge. Checks can be made out to Cedar Cliff. Or you can go to http://cchs.fpfundraising.com/ to order. All orders are due April 6th!

A reminder for juniors interested in applying for the Holy Spirit Career Exploration Program  for next year that the application is due to Mr. Miller by Thursday March 11th at 3:00PM.

The Young Republicans club will be social distancing in room 5 every Thursday morning. If you would like to join the meeting using zoom, please contact Mr. Uibel.


Monday, March 8th, Cycle Day 3

Spring is coming up and the class of 2023 is hosting a fundraiser that will help you get a jump on your gardening. Flowers and seeds are being sold with a percentage of the profits going towards the sophomore class' prom and graduation. See Mrs.Burrows in room 134 or see Mrs. Haun in room 127 to order through a brochure with no shipping charge. Checks can be made out to Cedar Cliff. Or you can go to http://cchs.fpfundraising.com/ to order. All orders are due April 6th!

A reminder for juniors interested in applying for the Holy Spirit Career Exploration Program  for next year that the application is due to Mr. Miller by Thursday March 11th at 3:00PM.

The Young Republicans club will be social distancing in room 5 every Thursday morning. If you would like to join the meeting using zoom, please contact Mr. Uibel.


Thursday, March 4th, Cycle Day 1

You can order your senior shirt during periods 4A, 4B and 4C outside the library.  They are $10 for S-XL.  XXL and larger will be $12.  If you cannot make it during this time, please see Mrs. Pines in room 236. 

We will be taking the SENIOR YEAR BOOK PICTURE next week during period 5.  Cohort A is on Monday, March 8 and Cohort B is on Tuesday, March 9  This will be held on the football field.  Please wear your mask.  

Cap, gown and tassel orders are now overdue.  Please see Mrs. Pines in room 236 to order yours.  You need your height, weight and $35. 

Let's Hear It For The Girls!!  March is Women's History Month and your library has great reads for you.  Choose from tons of categories such Sisters from Another Century to Tough Mothers.  Stop in to browse today!

It's March!  That means it's time to GET LUCKY IN THE LIBRARY.  Everyone who checks out a book, ebook or audiobook during the month of March will be entered into a drawing for one of four Joey's Chicken Shack gift cards.  You can visit the library to learn more or check out with MackinVia found on the library Schoology page.  Come on!  Get Lucky!!

Congratulations to Cedar Cliff junior Soloman Khan-Syed! Soloman won first place and $300.00 in the regional VFW Voice of Democracy audio essay competition. Soloman's audio essay answered the theme, Is This the Country the Founders Envisioned? His winning audio essay now advances to the district level for judging. Well done Soloman! 

Attention Special Interest students, it's time for the online spring 3-2-1 academic competition! If you enjoy academic trivia, you'll want to sign up to be on the team. It will be held Friday, March 12 from 2:15-4:15 on Zoom. You may sign up by using the link that was sent to your email or through REMIND. You may also stop in the Special Interest room and see Mrs. Kamps to sign up. When we competed last fall, our team placed 8th in Pennsylvania and 40th out of 118 teams in the nation. Looking forward to a great competition this spring! Sign up to be a part of it!

Congratulations to the girls basketball team for advancing through the first round of districts against Warwick. The Lady colts played extremely hard and were defensively dominant. The team will face Cumberland valley on tonight. Go Colts.!

Wednesday, March 3rd, Cycle Day 6

ATTENTION CARA MEMBERS- don't forget! There is a Zoom meeting at 7:00 TONIGHT! Make sure you read and think about chapters 4 and 5. Looking forward to another amazing discussion! 

You can order your senior shirt during periods 4A, 4B and 4C outside the library.  They are $10 for S-XL.  XXL and larger will be $12.  If you cannot make it during this time, please see Mrs. Pines in room 236. 

We will be taking the SENIOR YEAR BOOK PICTURE next week during period 5.  Cohort A is on Monday, March 8 and Cohort B is on Tuesday, March 9  This will be held on the football field.  Please wear your mask.  

Cap, gown and tassel orders are now overdue.  Please see Mrs. Pines in room 236 to order yours.  You need your height, weight and $35. 

Let's Hear It For The Girls!!  March is Women's History Month and your library has great reads for you.  Choose from tons of categories such Sisters from Another Century to Tough Mothers.  Stop in to browse today!

It's March!  That means it's time to GET LUCKY IN THE LIBRARY.  Everyone who checks out a book, ebook or audiobook during the month of March will be entered into a drawing for one of four Joey's Chicken Shack gift cards.  You can visit the library to learn more or check out with MackinVia found on the library Schoology page.  Come on!  Get Lucky!!

Congratulations to Cedar Cliff junior Soloman Khan-Syed! Soloman won first place and $300.00 in the regional VFW Voice of Democracy audio essay competition. Soloman's audio essay answered the theme, Is This the Country the Founders Envisioned? His winning audio essay now advances to the district level for judging. Well done Soloman!

Attention Special Interest students, it's time for the online spring 3-2-1 academic competition! If you enjoy academic trivia, you'll want to sign up to be on the team. It will be held Friday, March 12 from 2:15-4:15 on Zoom. You may sign up by using the link that was sent to your email or through REMIND. You may also stop in the Special Interest room and see Mrs. Kamps to sign up. When we competed last fall, our team placed 8th in Pennsylvania and 40th out of 118 teams in the nation. Looking forward to a great competition this spring! Sign up to be a part of it!

Tuesday, March 2nd, Cycle Day 5

Come out and join Cedar Cliff Salt and Light at Medard's House from 3:30 to 4:30 every ION CARA MEMBERS- don't forget! There is a Zoom meeting at 7:00 tomorrow night. Make sure you read and think about chapters 4 and 5. Looking forward to another amazing discussion! 

Monday, March 1st, Cycle Day 4

Come out and join Cedar Cliff Salt and Light at Medard's House from 3:30 to 4:30 every Thursday! Everyone is welcome! For more information please contact Mary Marshall or Kylee Thompson. 

There will be a boy’s volleyball open gym today after school in gym 2. All boys are invited! Spring Sports start one week from today!

Thursday, March 25th, Cycle Day 1**Play Alma Mater in place of SSB

Let's Hear It For The Girls!!  March is Women's History Month and your library has great reads for you.  Choose from tons of categories such Sisters from Another Century to Tough Mothers.  Stop in to browse today!

It's March!  That means it's time to GET LUCKY IN THE LIBRARY.  Everyone who checks out a book, ebook or audiobook during the month of March will be entered into a drawing for one of four Joey's Chicken Shack gift cards.  You can visit the library to learn more or check out with MackinVia found on the library Schoology page.  Come on!  Get Lucky!!

Auditions for the spring play, Arsenic and Old Lace, will be held on March 26th from 3:00 -5:00 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Please memorize a 1 minute, comedic monologue.

April

Thursday, April 22nd, Cycle Day 1

A reminder to all juniors...if you are interested in doing coop or an internship next school year please submit your applications to Mr. Miller by Monday April 26th. See him if you have any questions.

Attention: Colts Anti-Racist Alliance members. Our next ZOOM meeting is THIS Monday, April 26th at 7:00 pm. Yes, you heard correctly, MONDAY!  Read chapters 10 and 11. It's not too late to join.  If you're interested in joining CARA, please talk to a member or Mr. Santiago or Mrs. Rizzardo. 

Attention Senior Athletes: Cedar Cliff’s Signing Ceremony will be on Wednesday, April 28th at 2PM. If you want to be part of this ceremony please stop by the athletic office to fill out a signing day sheet and get other necessary information.

The boys tennis team lost to Carlisle last night.  Winning for Cedar  Cliff was the  doubles team of Ethan SanSoucie and Tony Pearson.

Congratulations to our Academic Worldquest teams who represented Cedar Cliff and Pennsylvania in the National Academic Worldquest competition this past Saturday! More than 400 students on 105 teams competed from across the country. They tested their knowledge of current events and world issues. Cedar Cliff's team of Addison Clouser, Fiona Hilt, Kate Gannon, and Soloman Khan-Syed finished tied for 13th place. Cedar Cliff's team of Maria Rahmouni, Michael Flamini, Liam Gannon, and Mikayla Gay finished tied for 29th place. Great job representing Cedar Cliff and the state of Pennsylvania!

 

Congratulations to senior Maria Rahmouni! Out of over 140 submissions, Maria's story, The Cave, won second place in the fiction category in the AuthorShip Writing competition, sponsored by Shippensburg University. Maria won a cash award, and her writing will be published in The Beacon.  Well done!

 

Congratulations to senior Zyler Woof! Zyler recently finished in third place out of 68 teams competing in the regional PA Stock Market Game simulation, sponsored by the Foundation of Free Enterprise! Zyler invested "$100,000.00" in the stock market and ended the 10-week competition with an equity of "$109,711.94." Zyler outperformed neighboring schools of Manheim, Trinity, Ephrata, Hershey, and Red Land. Zyler's top earning company was short selling 95 shares of Game Stop to make over $10,000.00 and a 40% return. Great job Zyler!


Wednesday, April 21st, Cycle Day 6

A reminder to all juniors...if you are interested in doing coop or an internship next school year please submit your applications to Mr. Miller by Monday April 26th. See him if you have any questions.

The Young Republicans club will be social distancing in room 5 every Thursday morning. Come and join the conversation.

Attention Senior Athletes: Cedar Cliff’s Signing Ceremony will be on Wednesday, April 28th at 2PM. If you want to be part of this ceremony please stop by the athletic office to fill out a signing day sheet and get other necessary information. 

Congratulations to the boys tennis team as they won another match yesterday vs Chambersburg 5 to zero. Winning for Cedar Cliff were Kurt Schaeffer at #1 singles, Gavin Breneman at #2 singles in a dramatic tie breaker, Sam the man Langer at #3 singles in straight sets, at #1 doubles the team of Colton rocket Koblish and Gabe Salairis easily dispatched their opponent.  At 2 doubles Ethan SanSoucie and Tony Pearson won on some good net play.  In exhibition play Anthony "duckie" Griva displayed some great ball control in his victory.


Tuesday, April 20th Cycle Day 5

A reminder to all juniors...if you are interested in doing coop or an internship next school year please submit your applications to Mr. Miller by Monday April 26th. See him if you have any questions.

The boys tennis team lost a tough match to Lower Dauphin yesterday.  Winning for Cedar Cliff in a 3 set tie breaker were Colton Koblish and Gabe Saliaris.  Colton lead the doubles pair with his rocket serve and Gabe was cat like in his net play. The tennis teams next game is today at Chambersburg.

The Young Republicans club will be social distancing in room 5 every Thursday morning. Come and join the conversation.


Monday, April 19th, Cycle Day 4

Welcome Back! It is terrific to have everyone in the building together!

Students who signed up to play dodgeball today, please check your email if you haven't already to see your playing time and additional information.

A reminder to all juniors...if you are interested in doing coop or an internship next school year please submit your applications to Mr. Miller by Monday April 26th. See him if you have any questions.

The Young Republicans club will be social distancing in room 5 every Thursday morning. Come and join the conversation.


Thursday, April 15th, Cycle Day 2

If you ordered a Mini-THON T-shirt please pick it up in Room 114 by the end of the day today.  Any unclaimed shirts will be sold to someone else.

French Club is having their first meeting on Wednesday April 14th and Thursday April 15th, After school from 3-4. Come join for fun activities in room 117.

Best wishes to Cedar Cliff's Academic Worldquest teams! They will be representing Cedar Cliff and Pennsylvania at the  National Academic Worldquest competition this coming Saturday! Our two teams of Addison Clouser, Fiona Hilt, Kate Gannon, Soloman Khan-Syed, Maria Rahmouni, Michael Flamini, Mikayla Gay, and William Gannon will be testing their world affairs knowledge against other high school teams across the country. Excellent job advancing to the national level and good luck!

Wednesday, April 14th, Cycle Day 1

If you ordered a Mini-THON T-shirt please pick it up in Room 114 by the end of the day tomorrow.  Any unclaimed shirts will be sold to someone else.

French Club is having their first meeting on Wednesday April 14th and Thursday April 15th, After school from 3-4. Come join for fun activities in room 117.

Best wishes to Cedar Cliff's Academic Worldquest teams! They will be representing Cedar Cliff and Pennsylvania at the  National Academic Worldquest competition this coming Saturday! Our two teams of Addison Clouser, Fiona Hilt, Kate Gannon, Soloman Khan-Syed, Maria Rahmouni, Michael Flamini, Mikayla Gay, and William Gannon will be testing their world affairs knowledge against other high school teams across the country. Excellent job advancing to the national level and good luck!

The Boys Track and field team won another close meet by beating Mechanicsburg 75-71. Winners were Owen Gillespie in the 110 and 300 hurdles, Diante Hammond in the Long and Triple Jump, Wil Weigner in the 1600, Jameron Johnson in the 100, Eric Zheng in the 400, Lance Ritter in the Shot put and Khavon Williamson in the Pole Vault. The meet cam down to the 4 x 400 and the team of Ethan Dorrell, Jacob Panache, Eric Zheng and Khavon Williamson won by one tenth of a second. The boys are in action Thursday against Palmyra at home.


Tuesday, April 13th Cycle Day 6

If you ordered a Mini-THON T-shirt please pick it up in Room 114 by the end of the day 4/15.  Any unclaimed shirts will be sold to someone else.

French Club is having their first meeting on Wednesday April 14th and Thursday April 15th, After school from 3-4. Come join for fun activities in room 117.

Baseball boosters are selling a limited amount of tickets for $5 to the CC-RL game at FNB field for Thursday’s games. Tickets will be on sale at today’s JV baseball game at the concession stand. 


Monday, April 12th, Cycle Day 5

If you ordered a Mini-THON T-shirt please pick it up in Room 114 by the end of the day 4/15.  Any unclaimed shirts will be sold to someone else.

French Club is having their first meeting on Wednesday April 14th and Thursday April 15th, After school from 3-4. Come join for fun activities in room 117.


Thursday, April 8th, Cycle Day 3

If you ordered a Mini-THON T-shirt please pick it up in Room 114 by the end of the day 4/15.  Any unclaimed shirts will be sold to someone else.

French Club is having their first meeting on Wednesday April 14th and Thursday April 15th, After school from 3-4. Come join for fun activities in room 117.

Cedar Cliff Boys' Track and Field team scored a close victory over Red Land in Tuesday. Winners were Owen Gillespie in the 110 meter hurdles and 300 hurdles, Jamareon Johnson in the 100 meters, William Weigner in the 800 and 1600 meters, Lance Ritter in the Shot Put and Discus Throw, Diante Hammond in the Long and High jumps, and Ethan Dorrell in the 400 meters and the Javelin throw. There were many great efforts from the entire team to score this impressive victory. The colts are in action again home against Mechanicsburg on Tuesday.

Are you interested in playing a dodgeball tournament during your flex, both in person days next week (April 12-15)? If so, email Mrs. Young at KYoung@wssd.k12.pa.us this week by Thursday and include what flex you have (A, B or C) and which cohort you are in. If you don’t have a flex assigned to your schedule, indicate during which flex you are available to play. Please do not email for anyone else, just yourself. Once you email Mrs. Young, you are committed, so if you back out your team will probably have to play short. Everyone with all ability levels are welcome and encouraged. It will be similar to playing in phys. ed. class but a tournament. Listen to the morning announcements or check the announcements online for updates.


Wednesday, April 7th, Cycle Day 2

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 14th.  Please stop by the counseling center to sign up today.  See your counselor for more information.

If you ordered a Mini-THON T-shirt please pick it up in Room 114 by the end of the day 4/15.  Any unclaimed shirts will be sold to someone else.

Attention: Colts Anti-Racist Alliance members. Don't forget to attend our Zoom meeting TONIGHT at 7:00 pm.  We will be discussing chapters 8 and 9! What historical event stands out to you the most? Invite a friend! If anyone is interested in joining CARA, please talk to a member or Mr. Santiago or Mrs. Rizzardo. 

French Club is having their first meeting on Wednesday April 14th and Thursday April 15th, come join for fun activities in room 117.

Big winners in yesterday’s Cedar Cliff - Redland tennis match - Anthony Pearson and Colton Kobish....on the JV side of the Courts, Hunter Knosky, James Bechtel, Ryan Mohar, Evan Schimp, and Andrew Baniaga brought home victories.

Cedar Cliff Boys' Track and Field team scored a close victory over Red Land in Tuesday. Winners were Owen Gillespie in the 110 meter hurdles and 300 hurdles, Jamareon Johnson in the 100 meters, William Weigner in the 800 and 1600 meters, Lance Ritter in the Shot Put and Discus Throw, Diante Hammond in the Long and High jumps, and Ethan Dorrell in the 400 meters and the Javelin throw. There were many great efforts from the entire team to score this impressive victory. The colts are in action again home against Mechanicsburg on Tuesday.

Are you interested in playing a dodgeball tournament during your flex, both in person days next week (April 12-15)? If so, email Mrs. Young at KYoung@wssd.k12.pa.us this week by Thursday and include what flex you have (A, B or C) and which cohort you are in. If you don’t have a flex assigned to your schedule, indicate during which flex you are available to play. Please do not email for anyone else, just yourself. Once you email Mrs. Young, you are committed, so if you back out your team will probably have to play short. Everyone with all ability levels are welcome and encouraged. It will be similar to playing in phys. ed. class but a tournament. Listen to the morning announcements or check the announcements online for updates.


Tuesday, April 6th, 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 14th.  Please stop by the counseling center to sign up today.  See your counselor for more information.

If you ordered a Mini-THON T-shirt please pick it up in Room 114 by the end of the day 4/15.  Any unclaimed shirts will be sold to someone else.

Attention: Colts Anti-Racist Alliance members. Don't forget to attend our Zoom meeting this Wed. the April 7th at 7:00 pm.  We will be discussing chapters 8 and 9! What historical event stands out to you the most? Invite a friend! If anyone is interested in joining CARA, please talk to a member or Mr. Santiago or Mrs. Rizzardo.

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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