Daily Announcements

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.

Cedar Cliff's Daily Announcements

Yearbooks

Yearbooks have arrived. Contact Ms. Mckay for purchasing if you have not ordered one (kmckay@wssd.k12.pa.us). If you have, please pick it up from her after 4th any day this year in room 230.

May/June Announcements

Wednesday, June 5th,Cycle Day 2

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING ATHLETIC PHYSICALS ON JUNE 6TH. Athletes who plan to play ANY sport during the 2019-2020 school year, including winter and spring sports, are encouraged to stay after school for physicals at 11:30am on June 6th. $25 cash or check will be accepted. Plan to stay at least 30 minutes. These will be good for the entire 2019-2020 school year.

Are you looking for a couple of days off school next year?  Are you interested in our Environment? Are you not afraid of getting a little dirty or avoiding the shower for a few days?  If you answered yes to all of these questions and are interested in attending a three day two night trip to the Chesapeake Bay please see Mrs.Eisner in room 123 for the information before you leave for the summer!!


Have a great summer!!


 

Tuesday, June 4th, Cycle Day 1

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING ATHLETIC PHYSICALS ON JUNE 6TH. Athletes who plan to play ANY sport during the 2019-2020 school year, including winter and spring sports, are encouraged to stay after school for physicals at 11:30am on June 6th. $25 cash or check will be accepted. Plan to stay at least 30 minutes. These will be good for the entire 2019-2020 school year.

Summer Meetings for today are…

7:45 AM AP Chemistry, Mrs. Sellers (Rm 212)

10:45 AM AP Physics, Ms. Dando (Rm 214)


Are you looking for a couple of days off school next year?  Are you interested in our Environment? Are you not afraid of getting a little dirty or avoiding the shower for a few days?  If you answered yes to all of these questions and are interested in attending a three day two night trip to the Chesapeake Bay please see Mrs.Eisner in room 123 for the information before you leave for the summer!!


 

Monday, June 3rd, Cycle Day 6

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING ATHLETIC PHYSICALS ON JUNE 6TH. Athletes who plan to play ANY sport during the 2019-2020 school year, including winter and spring sports, are encouraged to stay after school for physicals at 11:30am on June 6th. $25 cash or check will be accepted. Plan to stay at least 30 minutes. These will be good for the entire 2019-2020 school year.

Summer Meetings for today are…

7:45 AM AP Psych, Mr. Simpson (Cafeteria)

12:55 PM AP Statistics, Mr. Murphy (Rm 131)


These Summer Work Meetings for Advanced Classes will be occurring tomorrow.

Tuesday, June 4

7:45 AM AP Chemistry, Mrs. Sellers (Rm 212)

10:45 AM AP Physics, Ms. Dando (Rm 214)


 

Friday, May 31st, Cycle Day, Cycle Day 5

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING ATHLETIC PHYSICALS ON JUNE 6TH. Athletes who plan to play ANY sport during the 2019-2020 school year, including winter and spring sports, are encouraged to stay after school for physicals at 11:30am on June 6th. $25 cash or check will be accepted. Plan to stay at least 30 minutes. These will be good for the entire 2019-2020 school year.

Attention anyone interested in buying a yearbook.  They are on sale in room 230 for $75. We have less than 50 left, so come and get them quickly.


Summer Meetings for today are…

7:45 AM AP Literature, Mrs. Bowerman (Rm 232) and AP Composition, Mrs. Hoch (204)

12:55 PM AP Calculus AB/BC, Mr. Murphy (Rm 131)


These Summer Work Meetings for Advanced Classes will be occurring tomorrow.

Monday, June 3

7:45 AM AP Psych, Mr. Simpson (Cafeteria)

12:55 PMAP Statistics, Mr. Murphy (Rm 131)


Congratulations to the Baseball team for winning the District 3 title last night. They beat Gettysburg 5-3 at York PeoplesBank Stadium. Way to go Colts!!


Thursday, May 30th,Cycle Day 4

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING ATHLETIC PHYSICALS ON JUNE 6TH. Athletes who plan to play ANY sport during the 2019-2020 school year, including winter and spring sports, are encouraged to stay after school for physicals at 11:30am on June 6th. $25 cash or check will be accepted. Plan to stay at least 30 minutes. These will be good for the entire 2019-2020 school year.

Calling all Poets, Singers, Magicians, Comedians, Dancers, Music Acts (solo and bands), Storytellers, and MC wannabes...Join us for an Open Mic Nite on Friday, May 31 from 6:30-9 p.m. in the Cedar Cliff Library. Family Members and the public are welcome to attend. Snacks and drinks will be available to purchase. Please contact Mr. Nazario or Mr. Burnham with questions.


Attention anyone interested in buying a yearbook.  They are on sale in room 230 for $75. We have less than 50 left, so come and get them quickly.


Summer Meetings for today are…

7:45 AM AP Macroeconomic, Mrs. Post (Rm 215)

9:45 AM Honors English, Mrs. Hyde (Rm 206)

12:30 PM Honors Studio, Mr. Burnham (Rm 12)

12:55 PM AP Art History, Mr. Sload (Rm 12)


These Summer Work Meetings for Advanced Classes will be occurring tomorrow.

Friday, May 31

7:45 AM AP Literature, Mrs. Bowerman (Rm 232) and AP Composition, Mrs. Hoch (204)

12:55 PM AP Calculus AB/BC, Mr. Murphy (Rm 131)


There is a junior class meeting on Friday, May 31 at 1:00 p.m. in Gym 1.  All juniors must attend. If you have a class of all juniors, please attend with them.  It helps to have more people there.


 

Wednesday, May 29th,Cycle Day 3

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING ATHLETIC PHYSICALS ON JUNE 6TH. Athletes who plan to play ANY sport during the 2019-2020 school year, including winter and spring sports, are encouraged to stay after school for physicals at 11:30am on June 6th. $25 cash or check will be accepted. Plan to stay at least 30 minutes. These will be good for the entire 2019-2020 school year.


Calling all Poets, Singers, Magicians, Comedians, Dancers, Music Acts (solo and bands), Storytellers, and MC wannabes...Join us for an Open Mic Nite on Friday, May 31 from 6:30-9 p.m. in the Cedar Cliff Library. Family Members and the public are welcome to attend. Snacks and drinks will be available to purchase. Please contact Mr. Nazario or Mr. Burnham with questions.


Attention anyone interested in buying a yearbook.  They are on sale in room 230 for $75. We have about 50 left, so come and get them quickly.


Sophomores and juniors who are taking the HACC placement test.  Please be sure to report to the library at the time designated on your pass on Wednesday.  See your grade level counselor with any questions.


Summer Meetings for today are...

7:45 AM Emerson School: American Studies and Ms. Bolen/ Mr. Gehosky (Rm 203)

9:25 AM Anthropology, Mr. Reilly (Cafeteria)**

**Dual Enrollment: Textbook Information**

9:45 AM AP World History, Mr. Reilly (Cafeteria)

2:30 PM AP US History, Mr. Gehosky (Cafeteria)


These Summer Work Meetings for Advanced Classes will be occurring tomorrow.

Thursday, May 30

7:45 AM AP Macroeconomic, Mrs. Post (Rm 215)

9:45 AM Honors English, Mrs. Hyde (Rm 206)

12:30 PM Honors Studio, Mr. Burnham (Rm 12)

12:55 PM AP Art History, Mr. Sload (Rm 12)


A reminder to Senior Special Interest students to report at 8:00 this morning to the S.I. Room- room 21 in the library- for our end of the year meeting.


 

 

Tuesday, May 28th, Cycle Day 2

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING ATHLETIC PHYSICALS ON JUNE 6TH. Athletes who plan to play ANY sport during the 2019-2020 school year, including winter and spring sports, are encouraged to stay after school for physicals at 11:30am on June 6th. $25 cash or check will be accepted. Plan to stay at least 30 minutes. These will be good for the entire 2019-2020 school year.

Calling all Poets, Singers, Magicians, Comedians, Dancers, Music Acts (solo and bands), Storytellers, and MC wannabes...Join us for an Open Mic Nite on Friday, May 31 from 6:30-9 p.m. in the Cedar Cliff Library. Family Members and the public are welcome to attend. Snacks and drinks will be available to purchase. Please contact Mr. Nazario or Mr. Burnham with questions.


These Summer Work Meetings for Advanced Classes will be occurring tomorrow.

Wednesday, May 29

7:45 AM Emerson School: American Studies and Ms. Bolen/ Mr. Gehosky (Rm 203)

9:25 AM Anthropology, Mr. Reilly (Cafeteria)**

**Dual Enrollment: Textbook Information**

9:45 AM AP World History, Mr. Reilly (Cafeteria)

2:30 PM AP US History, Mr. Gehosky (Cafeteria)


Attention anyone interested in buying a yearbook.  They are on sale in room 230 for $75. We have about 50 left, so come and get them quickly.


Attention Senior Special Interest Students: A reminder that we'll meet tomorrow, Wed. 5/29/19, at 8:00 in the morning in the Special Interest room (room 21 library) for our end of the year meeting. Come to celebrate a great four years! Questions, see Mrs. Kamps.


Sophomores and juniors who are taking the HACC placement test.  Please be sure to report to the library at the time designated on your pass on Wednesday.  See your grade level counselor with any questions.


 

 

Friday, May 24th, Cycle Day, Cycle Day 1

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING ATHLETIC PHYSICALS ON JUNE 6TH. Athletes who plan to play ANY sport during the 2019-2020 school year, including winter and spring sports, are encouraged to stay after school for physicals at 11:30am on June 6th. $25 cash or check will be accepted. Plan to stay at least 30 minutes. These will be good for the entire 2019-2020 school year.

Attention any SENIOR who has been inducted into the Spanish Honor Society ~ whether you are currently taking Spanish or not....  please see Señora Farrow in room 115 regarding your Spanish Honors Cords for the graduation ceremony! 


Attention all baseball fans:  This Saturday May 25th, Mini-THON is having a fundraiser with the Senators.  Tickets are $11 and we make $4 per ticket to support the Four Diamonds Fund. Come out this weekend and show your support.


Did you get home from prom and realize that you were walking in bare feet?  If you left a pair of silver shoes at prom, please come to room 236 for them.  


Attention Mr. Uibel’s Photography students. If you have prints that were displayed at Living Arts. Please stop by room 110 to pick them up this week.


Calling all Poets, Singers, Magicians, Comedians, Dancers, Music Acts (solo and bands), Storytellers, and MC wannabes...Join us for an Open Mic Nite on Friday, May 31 from 6:30-9 p.m. in the Cedar Cliff Library. Family Members and the public are welcome to attend. Snacks and drinks will be available to purchase. Please contact Mr. Nazario or Mr. Burnham with questions.


Attention anyone interested in buying a yearbook.  They are on sale in room 230 for $75. We have about 50 left, so come and get them quickly.


The young colts baseball team defeated Shippensburg 8-2 to finish the season at 10-10.  Will Stambaugh was strong on the mound as the winning pitcher. The offense was led by Jarrett Wisman with 2 hits and 3 RBI's and a run scored.  Nick Skokowski, Ramon Garcia and Noah Bettinger also chipped in with a hit, an RBI and a run scored.


The varsity baseball team beat Palmyra yesterday with score of 5-2. This takes them one step closer to the District Championship. This afternoon,  Red Land will play Lower Dauphin, and the colts will take on the winner. The colts next game will be on Tuesday afternoon at a location still to be announced.


 

 

Thursday, May 23rd,Cycle Day 6

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING ATHLETIC PHYSICALS ON JUNE 6TH. Athletes who plan to play ANY sport during the 2019-2020 school year, including winter and spring sports, are encouraged to stay after school for physicals at 11:30am on June 6th. $25 cash or check will be accepted. Plan to stay at least 30 minutes. These will be good for the entire 2019-2020 school year.

Attention any SENIOR who has been inducted into the Spanish Honor Society ~ whether you are currently taking Spanish or not....  please see Señora Farrow in room 115 regarding your Spanish Honors Cords for the graduation ceremony! 


Attention all baseball fans:  This Saturday May 25th, Mini-THON is having a fundraiser with the Senators.  Tickets are $11 and we make $4 per ticket to support the Four Diamonds Fund. Come out this weekend and show your support.


Attention Mr. Uibel’s Photography students. If you have prints that were displayed at Living Arts. Please stop by room 110 to pick them up this week.


Calling all Poets, Singers, Magicians, Comedians, Dancers, Music Acts (solo and bands), Storytellers, and MC wannabes...Join us for an Open Mic Nite on Friday, May 31 from 6:30-9 p.m. in the Cedar Cliff Library. Family Members and the public are welcome to attend. Snacks and drinks will be available to purchase. Please contact Mr. Nazario or Mr. Burnham with questions.


 

 

Wednesday, May 22nd,Cycle Day 5

Attention juniors!  Do you want to be part of the committee that plans senior year activities?  Would you like to run for a senior class office? If so, please join senior senate.  See Mrs. Pines in room 236 or Mrs. Kutz in room 233 by Thursday, May 23.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING ATHLETIC PHYSICALS ON JUNE 6TH. Athletes who plan to play ANY sport during the 2019-2020 school year, including winter and spring sports, are encouraged to stay after school for physicals at 11:30am on June 6th. $25 cash or check will be accepted. Plan to stay at least 30 minutes. These will be good for the entire 2019-2020 school year.

Yearbooks have arrived!!!   Anyone can get their yearbooks on Today during periods 4, 5, or 6.

If you did not order a yearbook, you will be able to purchase one.


Any senior interested in pursuing a career in education or teaching, who is interested in applying for the West Shore Education Association's scholarship should see Mrs. Hoch in room 204 by today.


Attention any SENIOR who has been inducted into the Spanish Honor Society ~ whether you are currently taking Spanish or not....  please see Señora Farrow in room 115 regarding your Spanish Honors Cords for the graduation ceremony! 


Baseball fans! Come out and support Cedar Cliff MiniThon watching the Harrisburg Senators play! May 25th gates open at 4:30. Tickets are 11 dollars, with dollars going right to our minithon total. FTK!


Please consider stopping by World Cup Ski & Cycle this Wednesday at 6:30 pm to learn more about West Shore Composite's 3rd Mountain Bike Season for grades 6th - 12th grades, both girls and boys.



Attention Mr. Uibel’s Photography students. If you have prints that were displayed at Living Arts. Please stop by room 110 to pick them up this week.


 

 

Monday, May 20th, Cycle Day 3

Attention juniors!  Do you want to be part of the committee that plans senior year activities?  Would you like to run for a senior class office? If so, please join senior senate.  See Mrs. Pines in room 236 or Mrs. Kutz in room 233 by Thursday, May 23.

Next school year's juniors and seniors taking Spanish 3, 4 or 5, please come to our Spain Trip meeting on Tuesday, May 21st at 6pm in the auditorium to learn more about this life changing opportunity.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING ATHLETIC PHYSICALS ON JUNE 6TH. Athletes who plan to play ANY sport during the 2019-2020 school year, including winter and spring sports, are encouraged to stay after school for physicals at 11:30am on June 6th. $25 cash or check will be accepted. Plan to stay at least 30 minutes. These will be good for the entire 2019-2020 school year.

Fall sports signups will take place after Keystone testing at 10:15AM in the auditorium on Tuesday May 21st. If you are interested in a fall sport next year come on down. Any students interested in a winter or spring sport should see the athletic department for physical paperwork.


Yearbooks have arrived!!!   Anyone can get their yearbooks on Today during periods 4, 5, or 6.

If you did not order a yearbook, you will be able to purchase one starting today.


Any senior interested in pursuing a career in education or teaching, who is interested in applying for the West Shore Education Association's scholarship should see Mrs. Hoch in room 204 by Wednesday May 23rd.


 

 

Friday, May 17th, Cycle Day, Cycle Day 2

Next school year's juniors and seniors taking Spanish 3, 4 or 5, please come to our Spain Trip meeting on Tuesday, May 21st at 6pm in the auditorium to learn more about this life changing opportunity.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING ATHLETIC PHYSICALS ON JUNE 6TH. Athletes who plan to play ANY sport during the 2019-2020 school year, including winter and spring sports, are encouraged to stay after school for physicals at 11:30am on June 6th. $25 cash or check will be accepted. Plan to stay at least 30 minutes. These will be good for the entire 2019-2020 school year.

Fall sports signups will take place after Keystone testing at 10:15AM in the auditorium on Tuesday May 21st. If you are interested in a fall sport next year come on down. Any students interested in a winter or spring sport should see the athletic department for physical paperwork.


Yearbooks have arrived!!!   Underclassmen can get their yearbooks on Today during periods 4, 5, or 6.

If you did not order a yearbook, you will be able to purchase one starting Monday, May 20th.


Any senior interested in pursuing a career in education or teaching, who is interested in applying for the West Shore Education Association's scholarship should see Mrs. Hoch in room 204 by Wednesday May 23rd.


 

 

Thursday, May 16th,Cycle Day 1

Attention juniors!  Do you want to be part of the committee that plans senior year activities?  Would you like to run for a senior class office? If so, please join senior senate.  See Mrs. Pines in room 236 or Mrs. Kutz in room 233 by Thursday, May 23.


Next school year's juniors and seniors taking Spanish 3, 4 or 5, please come to our Spain Trip meeting on Tuesday, May 21st at 6pm in the auditorium to learn more about this life changing opportunity.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING ATHLETIC PHYSICALS ON JUNE 6TH. Athletes who plan to play ANY sport during the 2019-2020 school year, including winter and spring sports, are encouraged to stay after school for physicals at 11:30am on June 6th. $25 cash or check will be accepted. Plan to stay at least 30 minutes. These will be good for the entire 2019-2020 school year.

The jv colts baseball team  were defeated by Cumberland Valley 9-3 with Brady Ward taking the loss.  The offense was led by Noah Bettinger with a 2 run double and Jarrett Wisman with an RBI single.  Brady Ward, David Beard and Eric Shaeffer also had a hit in the game.


Fall sports signups will take place after Keystone testing at 10:15AM in the auditorium on Tuesday May 21st. If you are interested in a fall sport next year come on down. Any students interested in a winter or spring sport should see the athletic department for physical paperwork.


Yearbooks have arrived!!!  Any senior can stop by room 230 today during periods 4, 5 or 6 to pick up their yearbook.  Underclassmen can get their yearbooks on Friday during periods 4, 5, or 6.

If you did not order a yearbook, you will be able to purchase one starting Monday, May 20th.  


 

 

Wednesday, May 15th,Cycle Day 6

Juniors and Seniors, Prom tickets are on sale now. Tickets are $45 and are available for sale periods 2, 3, 4A, B, and C until May 15th. Prom is Saturday May 18th, so don't delay get your tickets today.


Attention juniors!  Do you want to be part of the committee that plans senior year activities?  Would you like to run for a senior class office? If so, please join senior senate.  See Mrs. Pines in room 236 or Mrs. Kutz in room 233 by Thursday, May 23.


Next school year's juniors and seniors taking Spanish 3, 4 or 5, please come to our Spain Trip meeting on Tuesday, May 21st at 6pm in the auditorium to learn more about this life changing opportunity. 


TODAY IS THE LAST DAY FOR PROM TICKETS Juniors and Seniors, Prom tickets are on sale now. Tickets are $45 and are available for sale periods 2, 3, 4A, B, and C. until May 15th. Prom is Saturday May 18th, so don't delay get your tickets today.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING ATHLETIC PHYSICALS ON JUNE 6TH. Athletes who plan to play ANY sport during the 2019-2020 school year, including winter and spring sports, are encouraged to stay after school for physicals at 11:30am on June 6th. $25 cash or check will be accepted. Plan to stay at least 30 minutes. These will be good for the entire 2019-2020 school year.


On Saturday at the Mid Penn Championship track and field meet, the following boys placed:

Jaheim Reynolds placed 4th in the long jump with a leap of 21 feet, 1 inch

Jack Baker placed 5th in the 800 with a time of 2:00.4

Nick Puig placed 8th in the javelin with a toss of 156 feet, 4 inches.

Jack Baker will compete in the District 3 championships on this Saturday


Girls Lacrosse is hosting a Car Wash on Saturday May 18th from 9am-1pm. Come get your car washed.


Fall sports signups will take place after Keystone testing at 10:15AM in the auditorium on Tuesday May 21st. If you are interested in a fall sport next year come on down. Any students interested in a winter or spring sport should see the athletic department for physical paperwork.


 

Tuesday, May 14th Cycle Day 5

Juniors and Seniors, Prom tickets are on sale now. Tickets are $45 and are available for sale periods 2, 3, 4A, B, and C until May 15th. Prom is Saturday May 18th, so don't delay get your tickets today.


Attention juniors!  Do you want to be part of the committee that plans senior year activities?  Would you like to run for a senior class office? If so, please join senior senate.  See Mrs. Pines in room 236 or Mrs. Kutz in room 233 by Thursday, May 23.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING ATHLETIC PHYSICALS ON JUNE 6TH. Athletes who plan to play ANY sport during the 2019-2020 school year, including winter and spring sports, are encouraged to stay after school for physicals at 11:30am on June 6th. $25 cash or check will be accepted. Plan to stay at least 30 minutes. These will be good for the entire 2019-2020 school year.


 

Monday, May 13th, Cycle Day 4

Juniors and Seniors, Prom tickets are on sale now. Tickets are $45 and are available for sale periods 2, 3, 4A, B, and C until May 15th. Prom is Saturday May 18th, so don't delay get your tickets today.


Next school year's juniors and seniors taking Spanish 3, 4 or 5, please come to our Spain Trip meeting on Tuesday, May 21st at 6pm in the auditorium to learn more about this life changing opportunity.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING ATHLETIC PHYSICALS ON JUNE 6TH. Athletes who plan to play ANY sport during the 2019-2020 school year, including winter and spring sports, are encouraged to stay after school for physicals at 11:30am on June 6th. $25 cash or check will be accepted. Plan to stay at least 30 minutes. These will be good for the entire 2019-2020 school year.


The Cedar Cliff Girls Track & Field team participated in the Mid Penn Conference Championships this past Saturday at Chambersburg HS.  The team came away with two Mid Penn Champions- Ava Bechtel in the 100meter hurdles finishing 1st overall and Corinne Firestone finishing 1st in the 3200 meter run.  Corinne also finished 4th in the 1600 meter run as well for an outstanding day on the track. Celeste Kelley also had a medal winning day finishing 2nd in the High Jump with a personal best for the season of 5 feet even.  Congratulations to all of the girls on the team who qualified for this Championship meet and best wishes to those girls who are moving onto the District 3 Championship Meet scheduled for the coming weekend at Shippensburg University…….Go Colts!!!!!!


 

 

Friday, May 10th, Cycle Day, Cycle Day 3

Juniors and Seniors, Prom tickets are on sale now. Tickets are $45 and are available for sale periods 2, 3, 4A, B, and C until May 15th. Prom is Saturday May 18th, so don't delay get your tickets today.


Attention juniors!  Do you want to be part of the committee that plans senior year activities?  Would you like to run for a senior class office? If so, please join senior senate.  See Mrs. Pines in room 236 or Mrs. Kutz in room 233 by Thursday, May 23.


Next school year's juniors and seniors taking Spanish 3, 4 or 5, please come to our Spain Trip meeting on Tuesday, May 21st at 6pm in the auditorium to learn more about this life changing opportunity.


Attention anyone interested in Mini-THON 2020! Please get your phones out now to sign up for the Remind for Cedar Cliff Mini-THON. Enter this number: 81010, Text this message @ccthon  again that is 81010, text this message @ccthon. This will keep you in the know of all of the fun at Cedar Cliff next year while raising money For The Kids with cancer.



What would you do if you were a tourist in a communist country and found yourself under a cloud of suspicion for spying? Poor Walter Hollander (played by Jordan Pacella) finds himself in exactly that position along with his zany wife Marion (Rebecca Ritts) and his lovelorn daughter (Artasia Chism) in the Cedar Cliff Players spring production of “Don’t Drink the Water” by Woody Allen. The American Embassy becomes the Hollander’s temporary home as they try to escape the communist police (Nathaniel Stain) who wants Walter’s head on a silver platter! Unfortunately, the Ambassador is out of town and his ne’er-do-well son Axel (Eli Domanski-Ferris) is left in charge. Oh dear Walter, you aren’t in Newark, New Jersey anymore! Tickets are $5 adults and $3 students this Friday and Saturday, May 10 and 11, at 7:30 p.m. You won’t want to miss it!

Juniors and Seniors, Prom tickets are on sale now. Tickets are $45 and are available for sale periods 2, 3, 4A, B, and C until May 15th. Prom is Saturday May 18th, so don't delay get your tickets today.


Good luck to freshman Jackson Green who will be representing Cedar Cliff this afternoon at the State History Day Competition at Carlisle High School! Jackson will be presenting his history day research paper addressing the theme Triumph and Tragedy. His paper won second place at districts to advance to this state level of competition. Best wishes for success at states Jackson!


The young colts baseball team  defeated Elizabethtown 9-0 behind the strong pitching of Tanner Crawford and 2 scoreless innings from Ramon Garcia.  Leading the offense was Ramon Garcia with 4 hits, 2 runs scored and an RBI. Jackson Clay chipped in with 3 hits and Noah Bettinger added 2 hits that included a 2 run double. The young colts defeated Carlisle 4-1 behind an outstanding complete game from Will Stambaugh.  Leading the offense was Noah Bettinger with an RBI double, a walk and a run scored. Nick Skokowski, Jarrett Wisman, Tanner Crawford and Eric Shaeffer each chipped in with a hit.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING ATHLETIC PHYSICALS ON JUNE 6TH. Athletes who plan to play ANY sport during the 2019-2020 school year, including winter and spring sports, are encouraged to stay after school for physicals at 11:30am on June 6th. $25 cash or check will be accepted. Plan to stay at least 30 minutes. These will be good for the entire 2019-2020 school year.

Congratulations to the Boys Volleyball team for beating the Red Land Patriots in their final game of the season. The match went an exciting 5 sets, the Colts winning the last two. Ben Gregory had a whopping 21 kills. Way to go Colts! ending the season with 6 wins is our best season in 8 years.


 

 

Thursday, May 9th,Cycle Day 2

Juniors and Seniors, Prom tickets are on sale now. Tickets are $45 and are available for sale periods 2, 3, 4A, B, and C until May 15th. Prom is Saturday May 18th, so don't delay get your tickets today.


Attention juniors!  Do you want to be part of the committee that plans senior year activities?  Would you like to run for a senior class office? If so, please join senior senate.  See Mrs. Pines in room 236 or Mrs. Kutz in room 233 by Thursday, May 23.


Next school year's juniors and seniors taking Spanish 3, 4 or 5, please come to our Spain Trip meeting on Tuesday, May 21st at 6pm in the auditorium to learn more about this life changing opportunity.


What would you do if you were a tourist in a communist country and found yourself under a cloud of suspicion for spying? Poor Walter Hollander (played by Jordan Pacella) finds himself in exactly that position along with his zany wife Marion (Rebecca Ritts) and his lovelorn daughter (Artasia Chism) in the Cedar Cliff Players spring production of “Don’t Drink the Water” by Woody Allen. The American Embassy becomes the Hollander’s temporary home as they try to escape the communist police (Nathaniel Stain) who wants Walter’s head on a silver platter! Unfortunately, the Ambassador is out of town and his ne’er-do-well son Axel (Eli Domanski-Ferris) is left in charge. Oh dear Walter, you aren’t in Newark, New Jersey anymore! Tickets are $5 adults and $3 students this Friday and Saturday, May 10 and 11, at 7:30 p.m. You won’t want to miss it!


Juniors and Seniors, Prom tickets are on sale now. Tickets are $45 and are available for sale periods 2, 3, 4A, B, and C until May 15th. Prom is Saturday May 18th, so don't delay get your tickets today.


Attention anyone interested in Mini-THON 2020! Please get your phones out now to sign up for the Remind for Cedar Cliff Mini-THON. Enter this number: 81010, Text this message @ccthon  again that is 81010, text this message @ccthon. This will keep you in the know of all of the fun at Cedar Cliff next year while raising money For The Kids with cancer.



IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING ATHLETIC PHYSICALS ON JUNE 6TH. Athletes who plan to play ANY sport during the 2019-2020 school year, including winter and spring sports, are encouraged to stay after school for physicals at 11:30am on June 6th. $25 cash or check will be accepted. Plan to stay at least 30 minutes. These will be good for the entire 2019-2020 school year.


 

 

Wednesday, May 8th,Cycle Day 1

Juniors and Seniors, Prom tickets are on sale now. Tickets are $45 and are available for sale periods 2, 3, 4A, B, and C until May 15th. Prom is Saturday May 18th, so don't delay get your tickets today.


Today is the Lincoln Drive Event at CCHS.  It will run from 9:00AM until 4:00PM and we have the ability to earn $8,000.00 for CCHS. If you are 18 years old and have a driver’s license you can test drive a car around the planetarium parking lot and we get $20.00. The first 200 people that drive two Lincolns around the parking lot will earn us an  extra $10.00. Invite your family and friends to come in and drive!


Attention juniors!  Do you want to be part of the committee that plans senior year activities?  Would you like to run for a senior class office? If so, please join senior senate.  See Mrs. Pines in room 236 or Mrs. Kutz in room 233 by Thursday, May 23.


Next school year's juniors and seniors taking Spanish 3, 4 or 5, please come to our Spain Trip meeting on Tuesday, May 21st at 6pm in the auditorium to learn more about this life changing opportunity.


What would you do if you were a tourist in a communist country and found yourself under a cloud of suspicion for spying? Poor Walter Hollander (played by Jordan Pacella) finds himself in exactly that position along with his zany wife Marion (Rebecca Ritts) and his lovelorn daughter (Artasia Chism) in the Cedar Cliff Players spring production of “Don’t Drink the Water” by Woody Allen. The American Embassy becomes the Hollander’s temporary home as they try to escape the communist police (Nathaniel Stain) who wants Walter’s head on a silver platter! Unfortunately, the Ambassador is out of town and his ne’er-do-well son Axel (Eli Domanski-Ferris) is left in charge. Oh dear Walter, you aren’t in Newark, New Jersey anymore! Tickets are $5 adults and $3 students this Friday and Saturday, May 10 and 11, at 7:30 p.m. You won’t want to miss it!


Juniors and Seniors, Prom tickets are on sale now. Tickets are $45 and are available for sale periods 2, 3, 4A, B, and C until May 15th. Prom is Saturday May 18th, so don't delay get your tickets today.


Yesterday, the boys track and field team defeated red Land by a score of 87-63

Individual winners were:

Jaheim Morris in the 100

Jack Baker in the 200 and 400

David Durland in the 300 hurdles

Sean Mingus in the 800

Lance Ritter in the Shot Put

Kevin Lusk Javelin Throw

Diante Hammond in the Long Jump

Landon Garland in the Pole Vault

The boys team will compete in the Mid Penn Championships this Saturday.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING ATHLETIC PHYSICALS ON JUNE 6TH. Athletes who plan to play ANY sport during the 2019-2020 school year, including winter and spring sports, are encouraged to stay after school for physicals at 11:30am on June 6th. $25 cash or check will be accepted. Plan to stay at least 30 minutes. These will be good for the entire 2019-2020 school year.

Attention anyone interested in Mini-THON 2020! Please get your phones out now to sign up for the Remind for Cedar Cliff Mini-THON. Enter this number: 81010, Text this message @ccthon  again that is 81010, text this message @ccthon. This will keep you in the know of all of the fun at Cedar Cliff next year while raising money For The Kids with cancer.


 

Tuesday, May 7th Cycle Day 6

Juniors and Seniors, Prom tickets are on sale now. Tickets are $45 and are available for sale periods 2, 3, 4A, B, and C until May 15th. Prom is Saturday May 18th, so don't delay get your tickets today.


Please remind your parents and friends over 18 that have a driver’s license that the Lincoln Drive fundraiser is tomorrow in the planetarium parking lot from 9AM until 4PM.  Lincoln will donate 20 bucks to Cedar Cliff per test drive for the first 300 test drives. Let’s max out the donation



Attention juniors!  Do you want to be part of the committee that plans senior year activities?  Would you like to run for a senior class office? If so, please join senior senate.  See Mrs. Pines in room 236 or Mrs. Kutz in room 233 by Thursday, May 23.

Next school year's juniors and seniors taking Spanish 3, 4 or 5, please come to our Spain Trip meeting on Tuesday, May 21st at 6pm in the auditorium to learn more about this life changing opportunity.


The following boys placed at the Stanley Morgan Invitational this past Saturday:

Jaheim Reynolds- 4th in the long jump

William Youse- 5th in the long jump

Jack Baker- 3rd in the 800 meters

The boys track team will face off against Red Land today after school.


What would you do if you were a tourist in a communist country and found yourself under a cloud of suspicion for spying? Poor Walter Hollander (played by Jordan Pacella) finds himself in exactly that position along with his zany wife Marion (Rebecca Ritts) and his lovelorn daughter (Artasia Chism) in the Cedar Cliff Players spring production of “Don’t Drink the Water” by Woody Allen. The American Embassy becomes the Hollander’s temporary home as they try to escape the communist police (Nathaniel Stain) who wants Walter’s head on a silver platter! Unfortunately, the Ambassador is out of town and his ne’er-do-well son Axel (Eli Domanski-Ferris) is left in charge. Oh dear Walter, you aren’t in Newark, New Jersey anymore! Tickets are $5 adults and $3 students this Friday and Saturday, May 10 and 11, at 7:30 p.m. You won’t want to miss it!


Juniors and Seniors, Prom tickets are on sale now. Tickets are $45 and are available for sale periods 2, 3, 4A, B, and C until May 15th. Prom is Saturday May 18th, so don't delay get your tickets today.


The young colts baseball team defeated Central York 9-3 behind the strong pitching of Tanner Crawford and Asa Simmers. The offense was let by Eric Shaeffer who had 3 hits 2 RBI's and scored a run.  David Beard also had 3 hits and Nate Mankowsik and Jared Wisman chipped in with two of their own including a 2 run triple from Jared. On Saturday, the young colts defeated Hershey 7-5 behind the strong relief performance of Will Stambaugh.  The offense was led by Nick Skokowski with 2 hits a walk and a run scored. Matt Ilgenfritz homered singled and scored 2 runs in the win. Chase Buch added a big 2 run pinch hit double to pull us ahead in the 5th


 

 

Monday, May 6th, Cycle Day 5

Juniors and Seniors, Prom tickets are on sale now. Tickets are $45 and are available for sale periods 2, 3, 4A, B, and C until May 15th. Prom is Saturday May 18th, so don't delay get your tickets today.


Hello Cedar Cliff Students! This is just a reminder to sign up for all of Cedar Cliffs social medias and get notified when you are able to sign up to attend mini-thon in 2020!!!! Their handles are:

instagram: ccminithon

Twitter: CC_Minithon

Facebook: cedar cliff high school mini thon

For a text reminder:

Text 81010 to @CCTHON

For any questions dm us on instagram.

All proceeds of this event go to four diamonds! Join us on our journey to conquer childhood cancer! FTK!


Wednesday, May 8, is the Lincoln Drive Event at CCHS.  It will run from 9:00AM until 4:00PM and we have the ability to earn $8,000.00 for CCHS. If you are 18 years old and have a driver’s license you can test drive a car around the planetarium parking lot and we get $20.00. The first 200 people that drive two Lincolns around the parking lot will earn us an  extra $10.00. Invite your family and friends to come in and drive!


Attention juniors!  Do you want to be part of the committee that plans senior year activities?  Would you like to run for a senior class office? If so, please join senior senate.  See Mrs. Pines in room 236 or Mrs. Kutz in room 233 by Thursday, May 23.


 

 

Friday, May 3rd, Cycle Day, Cycle Day 4

Juniors and Seniors, Prom tickets are on sale now. Tickets are $45 and are available for sale periods 2, 3, 4A, B, and C until May 15th. Prom is Saturday May 18th, so don't delay get your tickets today.


Next Wednesday, May 8, is the Lincoln Drive Event at CCHS.  It will run from 9:00AM until 4:00PM and we have the ability to earn $8,000.00 for CCHS. If you are 18 years old and have a driver’s license you can test drive a car around the planetarium parking lot and we get $20.00. The first 200 people that drive two Lincolns around the parking lot will earn us an  extra $10.00. Invite your family and friends to come in and drive!


Earlier this week, the young colts baseball team took a hard loss to Red Land 4-1 on City Island.  Brandy Ward and Nick Skokowksi threw well to keep the game close but we could not score when opportunities arose. Matt Ilgenfritz had the lone RBI and Aidan Bachman and Jarrett Wisman each has a hit with the latter scoring our only run. The young colts won an exciting 10-9 game at home against Chambersburg in come from behind fashion.  While up early 5-0, Chambersburg chipped away and eventually took a 9-7 lead going into the bottom of the 7th. Matt Ilgenfritz clutch 2 run double scoring Jarrett Wisman and Noah Bettinger tied the game. David Beard ended it with a walk off double of his own scoring Matt with the winning run. Will Stambaugh pitched 5 strong innings with Aidan Bachman picking up the win in relief. Ramon Garcia provided 2 hits and an RBI leading the offense for the Colts.


 

Thursday, May 2nd,Cycle Day 3

The West Shore School District is traveling to Scandinavia the Summer of  2020 and we want you with us. An interest meeting will be held tonight in the JROTC room at 6:30 pm by Mr. Nazario and Sargent Sullivan Look for posters around the school for links to RSVP. Your RSVP and attendance to the meeting is very important. Please see Mr. Nazario in room 11 for additional information. We look forward to you joining our tour.


Juniors and Seniors, Prom tickets are on sale now. Tickets are $45 and are available for sale periods 2, 3, 4A, B, and C until May 15th. Prom is Saturday May 18th, so don't delay get your tickets today.


Hello Cedar Cliff Students! This is just a reminder to sign up for all of Cedar Cliffs social medias and get notified when you are able to sign up to attend mini-thon in 2020!!!! Their handles are:

instagram: ccminithon

Twitter: CC_Minithon

Facebook: cedar cliff high school mini thon

For a text reminder:

Text 81010 to @CCTHON

For any questions dm us on instagram.

All proceeds of this event go to four diamonds! Join us on our journey to conquer childhood cancer! FTK!


Next Wednesday, May 8, is the Lincoln Drive Event at CCHS.  It will run from 9:00AM until 4:00PM and we have the ability to earn $8,000.00 for CCHS. If you are 18 years old and have a driver’s license you can test drive a car around the planetarium parking lot and we get $20.00. The first 200 people that drive two Lincolns around the parking lot will earn us an  extra $10.00. Invite your family and friends to come in and drive!


At Tuesday's track meet the following boys won their events:

Jaheim Morris 100 meters with a time of 11.3 seconds

Derek Love Shot Put with a toss of 39' 5"

Nick Puig Discus throw with an amazing distance of 119' 2"

Wil Youse Long Jump with a distance of 20'11"

The boys will be in action at the Stanley Morgan invitational on Saturday.


 

 

Wednesday, May 1st,Cycle Day 2

The West Shore School District is traveling to Scandinavia the Summer of  2020 and we want you with us. An interest meeting will be held May 2, 2019 in the JROTC room at 6:30 pm by Mr. Nazario and Sargent Sullivan Look for posters around the school for links to RSVP. Your RSVP and attendance to the meeting is very important. Please see Mr. Nazario in room 11 for additional information. We look forward to you joining our tour.


Juniors and Seniors, Prom tickets are on sale now. Tickets are $45 and are available for sale periods 2, 3, 4A, B, and C until May 15th. Prom is Saturday May 18th, so don't delay get your tickets today.


Hello Cedar Cliff Students! This is just a reminder to sign up for all of Cedar Cliffs social medias and get notified when you are able to sign up to attend mini-thon in 2020!!!! Their handles are:

instagram: ccminithon

Twitter: CC_Minithon

Facebook: cedar cliff high school mini thon

For a text reminder:

Text 81010 to @CCTHON

For any questions dm us on instagram.

All proceeds of this event go to four diamonds! Join us on our journey to conquer childhood cancer! FTK!


April Announcements

Tuesday, April 30th Cycle Day 1

The West Shore School District is traveling to Scandinavia the Summer of  2020 and we want you with us. An interest meeting will be held May 2, 2019 in the JROTC room at 6:30 pm by Mr. Nazario and Sargent Sullivan Look for posters around the school for links to RSVP. Your RSVP and attendance to the meeting is very important. Please see Mr. Nazario in room 11 for additional information. We look forward to you joining our tour.


Juniors and Seniors, Prom tickets are on sale now. Tickets are $45 and are available for sale periods 2, 3, 4A, B, and C until May 15th. Prom is Saturday May 18th, so don't delay get your tickets today. Despite the Annual Spring Blood Drive being cut short by a Severe Weather Warning on Friday, Cedar Cliff Students, Staff, Faculty, Administration, and people from the local community still came together and donated over 120 units of blood.  Thanks to all who took part and didn't let the oncoming mosquitoes of summer get first crack at their blood. The following people are the lucky winners of the Blood Drive Gift Card Raffle: Winners of a $10 McDonald's Gift Card are Abby Delligatti, Tammy Kelly, Rachel Lyden, Desiree Pinns, and Dylan Yarnevich. Winners of a $10 Starbucks Gift card are Rayce Alter, Jen Anderson, Mekhia Duncan, Nick Hockensmith, and Jamie Miller. The winner of the $25 McDonald's Gift Card is Jen Cutshall and the winner of the $25 Starbucks Gift Card is Shallyn Leland. Please stop by the JROTC office in the library to pick up your prize.Congratulations to all our gift card winners and those of you who donated, or tried to donate, blood.  Always remember, if you’re a blood donor, you’re a hero to someone, somewhere, who received your gracious gift of life.


 

 

Monday, April 29th, Cycle Day 6

Seniors interested in applying for the English awards should pick up an application from any English teacher with senior classes. Applications are due tomorrow.


At the 58th Annual Cedar Cliff Relays, the following Boy's teams medaled:Pole Vault- 3rd place team of Landon Garland and Altajh AreebLong Jump- 3rd place team of Jaheim Reynolds and Diante Hammond4 x 200- 3rd place team of John Gillepsie, Isaiah Maisonet, Jaheim Morris and Nicholas BrenkacsSprint Medley - 1st place team of Jack Baker, Sean Mingus, Jahiem Morris, and Nicholas Brenkacs. The track team will be in action against Hershey on Tuesday at home.

Cedar Cliff baseball will take on Red Land tonite at City Island in the Senators stadium. Both these teams are tied for 1st in the division. This should be an exciting matchup. JV starts at 4:15. Varsity will begin at 7 pm. See you on the island!


 

Friday, April 26th, Cycle Day, Cycle Day 5

April is National Humor Month--That means it's FINE FREE FRIDAY in the library.  Every Friday this month, you can joke your way right out of your library fines. Return that late book, tell us a joke and leave fine free.  Just owe a library fine? Stop in, make us laugh and you'll be in the clear. PS, jokes need to be school appropriate, the librarian blushes easily.

Seniors interested in applying for the English awards should pick up an application from any English teacher with senior classes. Applications are due April 30.

The young colts defeated Central Dauphin 6-5 in a well played game.  We were down 5-1 after the first but Tanner Crawford settled down and Will Stambaugh closed it out with 3 shut out innings. Tanner Crawford and Brady Ward each had an RBI single and Noah Bettinger had a huge 2 out 2 run single in the 6th inning to plate the tying and eventual winning run.  Jarrett Wisman had a spectacular diving catch in the bottom of the 7th to preserve the victory.

Congratulations to Alex Arensdorf, Gabe and Anton Salairis for advancing to the second round in the Mid Penn tennis tourney.

Give Blood Today. Give Blood Today. Give Blood Today.


 

Thursday, April 25th,Cycle Day 4

Attention senior student-athletes. Anyone who has made a college commitment to participate in intercollegiate sports and DID NOT participate in the December ceremony please see the athletic secretary to complete a college commitment form. Our spring ceremony will be held on Wednesday, May 1st in the morning. For more details see the athletic department.

The 17th Annual Cedar Cliff High School Spring Blood Drive will be held on Friday, April 26th from 8:00 AM to 2:30 PM. Everyone who successfully donates blood will also receive a free T-shirt from the Central Pennsylvania Blood Bank. Permission slips are available in the JROTC office in the Library where you can also sign up for a particular time slot to donate blood.  Be a super hero; Give the gift of life. Give blood.

Seniors interested in applying for the English awards should pick up an application from any English teacher with senior classes. Applications are due April 30.

The 17th Annual Cedar Cliff High School Spring Blood Drive will be held tomorrow from 8:00 AM to 2:30 PM.   Cedar Cliff is FAMOUS for its generosity when it comes to donating blood. Over the last fifty years, the two largest high school blood drives in Central, Pennsylvania history (according to the Central Pennsylvania Blood Bank) have been at Cedar Cliff High School (202 pints in 2014 and 196 pints in 2015).  Each pint of donated blood equates to 3 units of blood. The BOTTOM LINE is that giving blood is something that only each of us can do…donating our own blood. If you are 16 years old and have your parent’s consent or are 17 years old or older, you are eligible to donate. All students, faculty, and members of the community who attempt to give blood will be eligible to enter a raffle for Starbucks or McDonalds Gift Cards.  There are ten $10 gift cards and two $25 gift cards that will be awarded. Everyone who successfully donates blood will also receive a free T-shirt from the Central Pennsylvania Blood Bank. Permission slips are available in the JROTC office in the Library where you can also sign up for a particular time slot to donate blood. Be a super hero; Give the gift of life. Give blood.


 

 

Wednesday, April 24th,Cycle Day 3

April is National Humor Month--That means it's FINE FREE FRIDAY in the library.  Every Friday this month, you can joke your way right out of your library fines. Return that late book, tell us a joke and leave fine free.  Just owe a library fine? Stop in, make us laugh and you'll be in the clear. PS, jokes need to be school appropriate, the librarian blushes easily.

Seniors interested in applying for the English awards should pick up an application from any English teacher with senior classes. Applications are due April 30.

Junior and Senior Students –  If interested, please come to the guidance office to sign up for the following college visitations - Universal Technical Institute - Today

For the first time in many years, our district approved a combined Red Land/ Cedar Cliff international educational field trip. Twenty-one Spanish 4 & 5 students traveled to Costa Rica for 8 days from April 13th to April 20th. From Cedar Cliff we had Seniors: Olivia Antonucci, Carly Daniels, Jessica Emrich, Kezia Evans, Sean Mingus, and Samantha Salazar; and Juniors: Devon Bertram and Julia Breneman. Sra. Leland from Cedar Cliff and Señoras Skinner and Spann from Red Land, took the responsibility of organizing and chaperoning this trip. The stories are still coming in, but the memories are forever, as well as the forged friendships between students at both schools. Looks like this is the beginning of a wonderful tradition as we are pleased to announce that our 2020 international educational field trip to Spain got approved by the school board last week. If you are going to be a junior or a senior next year and are enrolled in Spanish 3, 4, or 5, this trip is for you! Our meeting to learn more about this wonderful opportunity is scheduled for Tuesday, May 21st at 6pm in the Cedar Cliff Auditorium.

The young baseball colts lost to Mechanicsburg 8-1 with Will Stambugh taking the loss, Chase Buch had an RBI single and David Beard scoring the lone run in the loss. The young colts also took a hard loss to Mifflin 17-1 with Nate Mankowski taking the loss, Tanner Crawford had an RBI single with Nick Skokowski scoring the lone run for the Colts.

Congratulations to the Boys Volleyball team who pushed their record to 5 and 4 with wins against Mechanicsburg, and Northern in the last two matches. Against Northern Mason Weyant had an outstanding performance with 11 kills and a whopping 7 blocks. Will Farrell again put up 29 assists for the match in 3 games. Way to go Colts!

All students who received a pass for HACC placement testing need to report to the library today at their assigned time.


 

Tuesday, April 23rd, Cycle Day 2

Attention senior student-athletes. Anyone who has made a college commitment to participate in intercollegiate sports and DID NOT participate in the December ceremony please see the athletic secretary to complete a college commitment form. Our spring ceremony will be held on Wednesday, May 1st in the morning. For more details see the athletic department.

The 17th Annual Cedar Cliff High School Spring Blood Drive will be held on Friday, April 26th from 8:00 AM to 2:30 PM. Everyone who successfully donates blood will also receive a free T-shirt from the Central Pennsylvania Blood Bank. Permission slips are available in the JROTC office in the Library where you can also sign up for a particular time slot to donate blood.  Be a super hero; Give the gift of life. Give blood.

Seniors interested in applying for the English awards should pick up an application from any English teacher with senior classes. Applications are due April 30.

Junior and Senior Students –  If interested, please come to the guidance office to sign up for the following college visitations - Universal Technical Institute      April 24

Several members of the Girls Track & Field team participated at the Shippensburg Invitational this past Saturday with the following results:  Ava Bechtel placed 3rd in the 100m Hurdles. In addition to medaling, Ava ran a PR of 15 seconds flat which ties the existing CCHS record in this event.  Congrats to Ava on an outstanding performance. Corinne Firestone finished 5th in the 3200 meter run. Lauren Wilder finished 6th in the 800m run.Mackenzie Wentz finished 9th in the Javelin making the event final while teammate Naomi Englehart finished 12th overall in the Javelin. Next up for the Boys & Girls teams is the Cedar Cliff Relays scheduled for Saturday, April 27th.  Go Colts.


 

Thursday, April 18th,Cycle Day 1

April is National Humor Month--That means it's FINE FREE FRIDAY in the library.  Every Friday this month, you can joke your way right out of your library fines. Return that late book, tell us a joke and leave fine free.  Just owe a library fine? Stop in, make us laugh and you'll be in the clear. PS, jokes need to be school appropriate, the librarian blushes easily.

The 17th Annual Cedar Cliff High School Spring Blood Drive will be held on Friday, April 26th from 8:00 AM to 2:30 PM.   Cedar Cliff is FAMOUS for its generosity when it comes to donating blood. Over the last fifty years, the two largest high school blood drives in Central, Pennsylvania history (according to the Central Pennsylvania Blood Bank) have been at Cedar Cliff High School (202 pints in 2014 and 196 pints in 2015).  Each pint of donated blood equates to 3 units of blood. The BOTTOM LINE is that giving blood is something that only each of us can do…donating our own blood. If you are 16 years old and have your parent’s consent or are 17 years old or older, you are eligible to donate. All students, faculty, and members of the community who attempt to give blood will be eligible to enter a raffle for Starbucks or McDonalds Gift Cards.  There are ten $10 gift cards and two $25 gift cards that will be awarded. Everyone who successfully donates blood will also receive a free T-shirt from the Central Pennsylvania Blood Bank. Permission slips are available in the JROTC office in the Library where you can also sign up for a particular time slot to donate blood. Be a super hero; Give the gift of life. Give blood.

Attention senior student-athletes. Anyone who has made a college commitment to participate in intercollegiate sports and DID NOT participate in the December ceremony please see the athletic secretary to complete a college commitment form. Our spring ceremony will be held on Wednesday, May 1st in the morning. For more details see the athletic department.

Video game club will be meeting in room 127 today. See you there!

In Sports...

The young colts got back on the winning track defeating Cumberland Valley 4-0 behind the spectacular pitching of Brady Ward. Brady threw 7 innings of 1 hit baseball with 8 strike outs and scored a run to help his own cause.  Matt Ilgenfritz provided an RBI double and Roman Garcia had an RBI Sac Fly to lead the offense.


 

 

Wednesday, April 17th,Cycle Day 6

The 17th Annual Cedar Cliff High School Spring Blood Drive will be held on Friday, April 26th from 8:00 AM to 2:30 PM.   Cedar Cliff is FAMOUS for its generosity when it comes to donating blood. Over the last fifty years, the two largest high school blood drives in Central, Pennsylvania history (according to the Central Pennsylvania Blood Bank) have been at Cedar Cliff High School (202 pints in 2014 and 196 pints in 2015).  Each pint of donated blood equates to 3 units of blood. The BOTTOM LINE is that giving blood is something that only each of us can do…donating our own blood. If you are 16 years old and have your parent’s consent or are 17 years old or older, you are eligible to donate. All students, faculty, and members of the community who attempt to give blood will be eligible to enter a raffle for Starbucks or McDonalds Gift Cards.  There are ten $10 gift cards and two $25 gift cards that will be awarded. Everyone who successfully donates blood will also receive a free T-shirt from the Central Pennsylvania Blood Bank. Permission slips are available in the JROTC office in the Library where you can also sign up for a particular time slot to donate blood. Be a super hero; Give the gift of life. Give blood. Signups are today at 9:00 in the auditorium.

The Young Republicans will have Thomas Kutz in tomorrow morning at 7:10 for their meeting. Thomas is a graduate of Cedar Cliff running for the Township Commissioner of Lower Allen. All are welcome.

In Sports…

The boys tennis team lost a hard fought match to Chambersburg yesterday 1 to 4. Winning for Cedar Cliff was Alex Arensdorf at #1 Singles in straight sets.

Yesterday, the boys track team came up just short against Susquehanna Township. Winners included:

Jack Linsey in the 1600 meters

Simon Richards in the 3200 meters

Wil Youse in the Long Jump

Landon Garland in the Pole Vault.


 

 

Tuesday, April 16th Cycle Day 5

April is National Humor Month--That means it's FINE FREE FRIDAY in the library.  Every Friday this month, you can joke your way right out of your library fines. Return that late book, tell us a joke and leave fine free.  Just owe a library fine? Stop in, make us laugh and you'll be in the clear. PS, jokes need to be school appropriate, the librarian blushes easily.

Attention senior student-athletes. Anyone who has made a college commitment to participate in intercollegiate sports and DID NOT participate in the December ceremony please see the athletic secretary to complete a college commitment form. Our spring ceremony will be held on Wednesday, May 1st in the morning. For more details see the athletic department.

The 17th Annual Cedar Cliff High School Spring Blood Drive will be held on Friday, April 26th from 8:00 AM to 2:30 PM.   Cedar Cliff is FAMOUS for its generosity when it comes to donating blood. Over the last fifty years, the two largest high school blood drives in Central, Pennsylvania history (according to the Central Pennsylvania Blood Bank) have been at Cedar Cliff High School (202 pints in 2014 and 196 pints in 2015).  Each pint of donated blood equates to 3 units of blood. The BOTTOM LINE is that giving blood is something that only each of us can do…donating our own blood. If you are 16 years old and have your parent’s consent or are 17 years old or older, you are eligible to donate. All students, faculty, and members of the community who attempt to give blood will be eligible to enter a raffle for Starbucks or McDonalds Gift Cards.  There are ten $10 gift cards and two $25 gift cards that will be awarded. Everyone who successfully donates blood will also receive a free T-shirt from the Central Pennsylvania Blood Bank. You can sign up and pick up permission slips in the auditorium at 9:00 on Wednesday, April 17th or simply come by the JROTC office in the Library. Be a super hero; Give the gift of life. Give blood.


Congratulations to the boys volleyball team for defeating Red Land last night in 4 sets. Alex Widmer, and Hunter Anderson with 6 kills, Ben Gregory with 4 and Mason Weyant had 8 and Mo Clark with 11, Will Farrell had 27 Assists, and Miguel, Nico and Hunter passed very well. An all around team effort. Way to go boys!


 

 

Monday, April 15th, Cycle Day 4

Last Tuesday, The young colts were defeated by Carlisle 10-4.  Down 5-4 in the 5th, several costly errors undid our comeback attempt.  Ramon Garcia, Matt Ilgenfritz and Jackson Clay each had a hit and an RBI to lead the offense.

Are you planning to take the HACC classes College Composition, Anthropology or College Algebra here at Cedar Cliff next year?  If so, please be sure to turn in your HACC application and enrollment form to your school counselor as soon as possible. The deadline is Today.  See your counselor for more information.


At Saturday's Pan Ram invitational the boys track team achieved many personal bests. Place winners included Jack Baker who earned a second in the 800 meters, and Landon Garland who earned eighth place in the pole vault. The boys will be home against Susquehanna Township this Tuesday.


Medal winners for the Girls Track team at Saturday’s Pan Ram Invitational held at Central Dauphin included: 

Ava Bechtel- 2nd in the 100 High Hurdles (new PR for Ava)

Naomi Englehart- 2nd in the Long Jump

Corinne Firestone- 3rd in both the 1600 meter run (a new PR) and the 3200 meter run

Natalie Borne- 8th in the Shot Put (new PR for Natalie)

Congratulations to the Girls team for finishing 10th overall  in the meet out of 28 teams!!

Next up for both the Boys/Girls teams is Susquehanna Township at home on Tuesday at 4Pm.  Go Colts!!!!


 

 

Friday, April 12th, Cycle Day, Cycle Day 3

Are you planning to take the HACC classes College Composition, Anthropology or College Algebra here at Cedar Cliff next year?  If so, please be sure to turn in your HACC application and enrollment form to your school counselor as soon as possible. The deadline is Today.  See your counselor for more information.


Come to Isaacs in Lemoyne for lunch or dinner on Friday, April 12th from 10am to 9pm to help support the sophomore class. The class get 25% of the cost donated to CCHS!!  Come pick up a flier in the office or take a picture of one. Thanks so much for your support! Thank you!!

Attention juniors this is a reminder that applications for coop and pathway internship are due to Mr. Miller by 4/15. Please see Mr. Miller if you need an extension of this deadline.


I ordered a chicken and an egg from Amazon. I’ll let you know. April is National Humor Month--That means it's FINE FREE FRIDAY in the library.  Every Friday this month, you can joke your way right out of your library fines. Return that late book, tell us a joke and leave fine free.  Just owe a library fine? Stop in, make us laugh and you'll be in the clear. PS, jokes need to be school appropriate, the librarian blushes easily.

New Cumberland Post 143 American Legion and Senior Teener Baseball registration will be held Sunday April 14th from 12-2 at Post 1434, 214 Market STreet, New Cumberland. Fliers with additional information are available in the school office.


 

 

Thursday, April 11th,Cycle Day 2

Are you planning to take the HACC classes College Composition, Anthropology or College Algebra here at Cedar Cliff next year?  If so, please be sure to turn in your HACC application and enrollment form to your school counselor as soon as possible. The deadline is Friday, April 12th.  See your counselor for more information.


Attention senior student-athletes. Anyone who has made a college commitment to participate in intercollegiate sports and DID NOT participate in the December ceremony please see the athletic secretary to complete a college commitment form. Our spring ceremony will be held on Wednesday, May 1st in the morning. For more details see the athletic department.


Come to Isaacs in Lemoyne for lunch or dinner on Friday, April 12th from 10am to 9pm to help support the sophomore class. The class get 25% of the cost donated to CCHS!!  Come pick up a flier in the office or take a picture of one. Thanks so much for your support! Thank you!!

Attention juniors this is a reminder that applications for coop and pathway internship are due to Mr. Miller by 4/15. Please see Mr. Miller if you need an extension of this deadline.


New Cumberland Post 143 American Legion and Senior Teener Baseball registration will be held Sunday April 14th from 12-2 at Post 1434, 214 Market STreet, New Cumberland. Fliers with additional information are available in the school office.


 

 

Wednesday, April 10th,Cycle Day 1

Are you planning to take the HACC classes College Composition, Anthropology or College Algebra here at Cedar Cliff next year?  If so, please be sure to turn in your HACC application and enrollment form to your school counselor as soon as possible. The deadline is Friday, April 12th.  See your counselor for more information.


Attention juniors this is a reminder that applications for coop and pathway internship are due to Mr. Miller by 4/15. Please see Mr. Miller if you need an extension of this deadline.



The Young Republicans meet every Thursday in the JROTC room at 7:10. All are welcome to join in.

Come to Isaacs in Lemoyne for lunch or dinner on Friday, April 12th from 10am to 9pm to help support the sophomore class. The class get 25% of the cost donated to CCHS!!  Come pick up a flier in the office or take a picture of one. Thanks so much for your support! Thank you!!

I'm reading a book about anti-gravity. It's impossible to put down! April is National Humor Month--That means it's FINE FREE FRIDAY in the library.  Every Friday this month, you can joke your way right out of your library fines. Return that late book, tell us a joke and leave fine free.  Just owe a library fine? Stop in, make us laugh and you'll be in the clear. PS, jokes need to be school appropriate, the librarian blushes easily.

On Thursday, The young colts baseball team took a tough loss 6-3 to Red Land.  The game was tied 2-2 in the 7th when the go ahead run was walked home with 2 outs. Brady Ward was strong on the mound and Aidan Bachman had 2 hits and scored 2 runs in a losing cause. And Monday they dropped a decision to State College 3-0.  Will Stambaugh and Nick Skokowski were very strong on the mound but the colts were held hit less in the affair.

Yesterday, the boys track team came up just short against Lower Dauphin. Winners of individual events included:

David Durland 110 meter hurdles and 300 hurdles

Sean Mingus 800 meters

Derrick Love- Shot Put

Kevin Lusk- Javelin

Diante Hammond- High Jump

Nick Puig- Discus

They boys team will be in action agin on Thursday against Milton Hershey


 

 

Tuesday, April 9th Cycle Day 6

Are you planning to take the HACC classes College Composition, Anthropology or College Algebra here at Cedar Cliff next year?  If so, please be sure to turn in your HACC application and enrollment form to your school counselor as soon as possible. The deadline is Friday, April 12th.  See your counselor for more information.


Attention Job Seekers: Hershey Park is holding a Job Fair on Wednesday April 10th from 3-7PM at the Giant Center.


A reminder to Special Interest students who signed up for the nationwide academic 3-2-1 competition: it will take place this Wednesday, April 10, starting at 8:00 in the library. In the fall we ranked 5th in the state of PA. Let's see if we can perform even better this spring! Report to the library this Wed. at 8:00 to compete. Questions, see Mrs. Kamps.



Attention juniors this is a reminder that applications for coop and pathway internship are due to Mr. Miller by 4/15. Please see Mr. Miller if you need an extension of this deadline.


Come to Isaacs in Lemoyne for lunch or dinner on Friday, April 12th from 10am to 9pm to help support the sophomore class. The class get 25% of the cost donated to CCHS!!  Come pick up a flier in the office or take a picture of one. Thanks so much for your support! Thank you!!

Congratulations to the Cedar Cliff JROTC Raiders Team.  This past Saturday they competed in the Annual Raiders Challenge at Shippensburg University.  The hard work and dedication of Nate DuBose, Michael Grundon, Eric Ashley, Ben Delozier, Peter Heasley, Colin Wilson, Josh Weber, Mitchell James, Barrett Cutshall and Allison Delozier paid off as the team competed against fourteen other JROTC school teams.  While the team took home third place in the 3k group run with a time of 14 minutes and 10 seconds, they secured second place silver in the Physical Fitness, First Aid, and Rope Bridge events. Your Cedar Cliff JROTC Raider team brought home the silver as they had secured the overall second place trophy by the end of a very long day.

Attention senior student-athletes. Anyone who has made a college commitment to participate in intercollegiate sports and DID NOT participate in the December ceremony please see the athletic secretary to complete a college commitment form. Our spring ceremony will be held on Wednesday, May 1st in the morning. For more details see the athletic department.  

 

Monday, April 8th, Cycle Day 5

Are you planning to take the HACC classes College Composition, Anthropology or College Algebra here at Cedar Cliff next year?  If so, please be sure to turn in your HACC application and enrollment form to your school counselor as soon as possible. The deadline is Friday, April 12th.  See your counselor for more information.


The Young Republicans meet every Thursday in the JROTC room at 7:10. All are welcome to join in.


I'm reading a book about anti-gravity. It's impossible to put down! April is National Humor Month--That means it's FINE FREE FRIDAY in the library.  Every Friday this month, you can joke your way right out of your library fines. Return that late book, tell us a joke and leave fine free.  Just owe a library fine? Stop in, make us laugh and you'll be in the clear. PS, jokes need to be school appropriate, the librarian blushes easily.

Attention Job Seekers: Hershey Park is holding a Job Fair on Wednesday April 10th from 3-7PM at the Giant Center.


Come to Isaacs in Lemoyne for lunch or dinner on Friday, April 12th from 10am to 9pm to help support the sophomore class. The class get 25% of the cost donated to CCHS!!  Come pick up a flier in the office or take a picture of one. Thanks so much for your support! Thank you!!


Attention juniors this is a reminder that applications for coop and pathway internship are due to Mr. Miller by 4/15. Please see Mr. Miller if you need an extension of this deadline.


 

 

Friday, April 5th, Cycle Day, Cycle Day 4

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 Tuesday, April 9th.  Please stop by the guidance office to sign up today. See your counselor for more information.


On Tuesday, the young colts took one on the chin losing 14-3 to Chambersburg in 5 innings.  Errors and Walks were the major contributors to our demise. Jared Wisman was 1-3 with 2 RBI's in the losing cause.


Congrats and Best Wishes to senior Laurel Thomas as she heads to the Region 7 USA Gymnastics Regional Competition in Pottstown this weekend. Laurel is a Level 7 State Floor Champion and recently qualified for Regionals at Level 8. She competes out of the Gymnastics Center of Hershey . Please wish Laurel best of luck as she heads off to the biggest competition of her career.


Are you planning to take the HACC classes College Composition, Anthropology or College Algebra here at Cedar Cliff next year?  If so, please be sure to turn in your HACC application and enrollment form to your school counselor as soon as possible. The deadline is Friday, April 12th.  See your counselor for more information.


Attention Job Seekers: Hershey Park is holding a Job Fair on Wednesday April 10th from 3-7PM at the Giant Center.


Attention juniors this is a reminder that applications for coop and pathway internship are due to Mr. Miller by 4/15. Please see Mr. Miller if you need an extension of this deadline.


Cedar Cliff Boys tennis team lost to State College yesterday.  Highlight of the match was a victory by Elijah Greenwalt.


Congratulations to Jacob Kocher for winning first place in the Annual Daughters of the American Revolution Christopher Columbus Essay Competition at the Regional Chapter level.  Jacob's essay earned first place honors while competing against over 80 entries from the greater Harrisburg metropolitan area. In addition to being awarded $100, Jacob's essay, titled "Comparing Ship Technology: The Ships Columbus Used Versus Ships of Today" now heads to the divisional level for judging before potentially moving on to the national competition where his essay may be read at the National Columbus Day celebration in Washington, D.C.  Congratulations Jacob on a job well done and an excellent essay.


Today is STEM day. Sophomores will be dismissed to the auditorium around 8:15.


 

 

Thursday, April 4th,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 Tuesday, April 9th.  Please stop by the guidance office to sign up today. See your counselor for more information.


Congrats and Best Wishes to senior Laurel Thomas as she heads to the Region 7 USA Gymnastics Regional Competition in Pottstown this weekend. Laurel is a Level 7 State Floor Champion and recently qualified for Regionals at Level 8. She competes out of the Gymnastics Center of Hershey . Please wish Laurel best of luck as she heads off to the biggest competition of her career.



Why did the librarian slip and fall on the library floor? Because she was in the non-friction section. April is National Humor Month--That means it's FINE FREE FRIDAY in the library.  Every Friday this month, you can joke your way right out of your library fines. Return that late book, tell us a joke and leave fine free.  Just owe a library fine? Stop in, make us laugh and you'll be in the clear. PS, jokes need to be school appropriate, the librarian blushes easily.


Come to Isaacs in Lemoyne for lunch or dinner on Friday, April 12th from 10am to 9pm to help support the sophomore class. The class get 25% of the cost donated to CCHS!!  Come pick up a flier in the office or take a picture of one. Thanks so much for your support! Thank you!!



Are you planning to take the HACC classes College Composition, Anthropology or College Algebra here at Cedar Cliff next year?  If so, please be sure to turn in your HACC application and enrollment form to your school counselor as soon as possible. The deadline is Friday, April 12th.  See your counselor for more information.  

 

Wednesday, April 3rd,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 Tuesday, April 9th.  Please stop by the guidance office to sign up today. See your counselor for more information.


Are you planning to take the HACC classes College Composition, Anthropology or College Algebra here at Cedar Cliff next year?  If so, please be sure to turn in your HACC application and enrollment form to your school counselor as soon as possible. The deadline is Friday, April 12th.  See your counselor for more information.


Congrats and Best Wishes to senior Laurel Thomas as she heads to the Region 7 USA Gymnastics Regional Competition in Pottstown this weekend. Laurel is a Level 7 State Floor Champion and recently qualified for Regionals at Level 8. She competes out of the Gymnastics Center of Hershey . Please wish Laurel best of luck as she heads off to the biggest competition of her career.


The Young Republicans meet every Thursday in the JROTC room at 7:10. All are welcome to join in.

Last week Bloomsburg University held a Shark Tank competition called the Husky Dog Pound.  There were 176 teams from all over the state competing and our very own team of Madison Passmore and Kadence Valora finished in 10th place.  Way to go Girls!!!

Students. If you park out front of the main office in spots numbered 431 to 459, please stop by the main office today, again, Students if you park out front of the main office in spots numbered 431 to 459, please stop by the main office today,  thanks.


 

 

Tuesday, April 2nd 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 Tuesday, April 9th.  Please stop by the guidance office to sign up today. See your counselor for more information.


The young colts defeated Spring Grove 11-0. Brady Ward was spectacular on mound throwing a complete game 1 hitter with 6 strike outs. He helped his own cause at the plate going 2-4 with an RBI.  Jared Wisman was 2-2 with 2 RBI's and 3 Runs scored. 



Are you planning to take the HACC classes College Composition, Anthropology or College Algebra here at Cedar Cliff next year?  If so, please be sure to turn in your HACC application and enrollment form to your school counselor as soon as possible. The deadline is Friday, April 12th.  See your counselor for more information.


A reminder to Special Interest students: Today is the Junior Achievement Titan Business Challenge. Those competing need to report to the library at 12:50 for the competition. Thanks! Congratulations to junior John Gillespie and sophomore Maria Rahmouni for receiving national awards from the Scholastic Art and Writing Organization for their creative writing!  John won a national scholastic writing silver medal for his novel How Far We Have Fallen. Maria won a national silver medal for her poem Human. Out of over 340,000 creative writing pieces, which advanced from across our country to the national level judging, only 1% won awards. Congratulations on this outstanding achievement and recognition! Maria and John are now part of a legacy joining the ranks of celebrated alumni winners like Sylvia Plath and Truman Capote! Well done!


Come to Isaacs in Lemoyne for lunch or dinner on Friday, April 12th from 10am to 9pm to help support the sophomore class. The class get 25% of the cost donated to CCHS!!  Come pick up a flier in the office or take a picture of one. Thanks so much for your support! Thank you!!

Why did the librarian slip and fall on the library floor? Because she was in the non-friction section. April is National Humor Month--That means it's FINE FREE FRIDAY in the library.  Every Friday this month, you can joke your way right out of your library fines. Return that late book, tell us a joke and leave fine free.  Just owe a library fine? Stop in, make us laugh and you'll be in the clear. PS, jokes need to be school appropriate, the librarian blushes easily.

The Young Republicans meet every Thursday in the JROTC room at 7:10. All are welcome to join in.


 

 

Monday, April 1st, Cycle Day 6

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 Tuesday, April 9th.  Please stop by the guidance office to sign up today. See your counselor for more information.


Are you planning to take the HACC classes College Composition, Anthropology or College Algebra here at Cedar Cliff next year?  If so, please be sure to turn in your HACC application and enrollment form to your school counselor as soon as possible. The deadline is Friday, April 12th.  See your counselor for more information.



PROM DRESSES!  Today is the last day to check out all the beautiful prom dresses.   Stop by the guidance office TODAY during period 4 and check out ALL the beautiful dresses and gowns.  Tons of dresses, lots of styles and they are all FREE! See Mrs. Crager in guidance if you have any questions.


The Track and Field season is off and running……….the HS Girls team competed at the Tim Cook Invitational on Saturday at Chambersburg HS.  Top results for the girls team were:Ava Bechtel- medaled in the 100m Hurdles finishing third overall.The Girls 4x800 Relay team of Carly Daniels/Maddi Baker/Corinne Firestone and Lauren Wilder finished 2nd overall medalling in the event.Corinne Firestone finished 4th in the 1600m run with a new PR.Lauren Wilder finished 6th overall in the 800m run and Naomi Englehart finished 8th overall in the Long Jump.Next up for the Boys/Girls teams is a home meet on Tuesday vs. Palmyra HS.   Go Colts!!!!!!
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