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

If you are interested in ordering a yearbook for your son/daughter this year, please visit: 

http://www.balfour.com/pennsylvania/camp-hill/cedar-cliff-high-school/

The yearbook is currently on sale for the discounted price of $60 until the end of September.  They will cost $75 later this year.   

February Announcements

Thursday,February, 21st, Cycle Day 3

There will be a boys volleyball open gym Today after school.


Good Luck to Katie LaFaver at the District 3 Diving Meet this Saturday. Top 5 qualify for the PIAA Championship Meet. Go Katie!


Good Luck to Katie LaFaver at the District 3 Diving Meet this Saturday. Top 5 qualify for the PIAA Championship Meet. Go Katie!


Seniors:  Don't forget to order and pay for your cap, gown and tassel by February 28.  Cash or check made out to CCHS for $35.00. You also need to give Mrs. Pines your height and weight when you pay.   

Any senior that still has money out from the candy sale should also submit it to Mrs. Pines as soon as possible.


Girls Basketball will host Governor Mifflin in the Quarterfinals of the District 3 Playoffs Tonight. Game time is 7PM. Tickets are $6-Adults and $4-Students. Let’s pack the house and support the girls as they look to make a return trip to the PIAA State Playoffs.


The wrestling team continues to have a successful season. 11 wrestlers have qualified for the District 3 Tournament to be held Friday and Saturday at Hersheypark Arena. Today begins at 2PM and Saturday at 10AM.  Christian Prestil, JJ Wilson, Aiden Lewis, Cole Baer, Creed Bogardus, Mike Cassidy, Danny Sigue, Isaiah Allmen, Bobby Whalen, Donovan Ball, Elijah Ikeeda.



Spirit week for minithon is ..

Thursday - Mustache Day

Friday - Mini-THON Apparel



Today's quote celebrating Black History Month is…

"I always bear in mind that my mission is to leave behind me the kind of impression that will make it easier for those who follow." Marian Anderson  


 

 

Tuesday, February, 19th, Cycle Day 2

There will be a boys volleyball open gym Thursday after school.


There is dance club practice today after school in the cafeteria 2:45-3:20. Be there if you want to be in the mini-thon dance!


Spirit week for minithon is ..

Tuesday - Neon Day

Wednesday - Hip Hop vs. Country

Thursday - Mustache Day

Friday - Mini-THON Apparel



Today's quote celebrating Black History Month is... 

"Hate is too great a burden to bear. It injures the hater more than it injures the hated." 

-Coretta Scott King


 

 

Friday, February, 15th, Cycle Day 1

Key Club will be sponsoring a clothing Drive for Downtown Daily Bread through February 28.  We are asking for donations of gently used backpacks, jeans, gloves, and wool hats. Donations can be dropped off in room 233.  Thank you for your help.


A reminder to Academic Worldquest team members: we will meet this morning at 7:40 in the Special Interest room, room 21 in the library, for a quick organizational meeting.



Today's quote celebrating Black History Month is... 

15th

Without education, you are not going anywhere in this world.

~ Malcolm X


 

 

Thursday, February, 14th, Cycle Day 6

Dance practice is today after school in the cafeteria. Come ready to practice our dance for mini-thon!


There will be a boys volleyball open gym Today after school in gym 2. 3-5 pm.


Key Club will be sponsoring a clothing Drive for Downtown Daily Bread through February 28.  We are asking for donations of gently used backpacks, jeans, gloves, and wool hats. Donations can be dropped off in room 233.  Thank you for your help.



Today's quote celebrating Black History Month is... 

“Never be limited by other people’s limited imaginations.”

—Dr. Mae Jemison, first African-American female astronaut


 

 

Wednesday, February, 13th, Cycle Day 5

The wrestling team completed one of the best seasons in school history!  The team took 5th at the PIAA team state championships, wrestling still only has two classifications making this an even bigger accomplishment! Congrats on a great Dual meet season and good luck to the wrestlers now as they move to the individual post-season.


There will be a boys volleyball open gym on Thursday after school in gym 2. 3-5 pm.


The NAEP test that was scheduled for today has been postponed. A future date will be selected and communicated to you soon.



Today's quote celebrating Black History Month is... 

"Books were my pass to personal freedom. I learned to read at age three, and soon discovered there was a whole world to conquer that went beyond our farm in Mississippi." 

~ Oprah Winfrey


 

 

Friday, February, 8th, Cycle Day 4

Attention 9th, 10th and 11th grade students.  If you did not receive your course selection materials, please see Mrs. Hoover or your counselor as soon as possible.  Course selection cards are due on Friday, February 8th.  See your grade level counselor if you have any questions.


Registration for mini-THON has begun! Donor Drive accounts need to be made by Today  in order to be guaranteed a T-shirt. Then, permission slips can be picked up on the bulletin board by the cafeteria and turned in to Miss Dando or Miss Beekler’s room.


There will be a boys volleyball open gym on Saturday from 10 to 12 in gym 1.


Friends Forever will meet Wednesday, February 13th at 7:10 in the Library.


Wrestling was victorious over Canon McMillan last night  by a score of 43-16. They move onto the PIAA Quarterfinals vs Northampton. Match begins at 2PM at the Giant Center. They need all the support you can give. Special shout out to JJ Wilson winning 1-0, Michael Cassidy bumping up 2 weight classes to 145 and winning 11-9 and Bobby Whalen getting a pin to seal the victory. Next match is tomorrow at 2:00. You can follow live updates on flowreslting for free.




Today's quote celebrating Black History Month is... 

"Success doesn't come to you...you go to it." 

~ Marva Collins, African American Educator


 

Thursday, February, 7th, Cycle Day 3

Spring Sports sign ups will be Today in gym 2 at 7:45. Plan to join the meeting if you are interested in Cheering, Softball, Boys Volleyball, Girls Middle School Volleyball, Baseball, Track and Field, Girls or Boys Lacrosse or Boys Tennis.

Attention 9th, 10th and 11th grade students.  If you did not receive your course selection materials, please see Mrs. Hoover or your counselor as soon as possible.  Course selection cards are due on Friday, February 8th.  See your grade level counselor if you have any questions.

Registration for mini-THON has begun! Donor Drive accounts need to be made by Friday, February 8th in order to be guaranteed a T-shirt. Then, permission slips can be picked up on the bulletin board by the cafeteria and turned in to Miss Dando or Miss Beekler’s room.

Congratulations to Karina Chima 10th grade and Kate Gannon 9th grade. Each student wrote and recorded a five minute audio essay on the theme "My Vote Matters" for the VFW's Voice of Democracy competition, sponsored locally by the New Cumberland VFW. The students will be recognized this coming Sunday at an awards banquet in Hummelstown. Karina won second place and $150.00, and Kate took third place and $100.00.  Way to make Cedar Cliff proud! Well done!

There will be a boys volleyball open gym on Saturday from 10 to 12 in gym 1.

Video game club is cancelled for today. See you next week!

Friends Forever will meet Wednesday, February 13th at 7:10 in the Library.

Today's quote celebrating Black History Month is…

“I think going to college for that one year was probably the best thing I have ever done. “

~ Carmelo Anthony

 

Wednesday,February, 6th, Cycle Day 2

Spring Sports sign ups will be on February 7th at 7:45 in  gym 2. Plan to join the meeting if you are interested in Cheering, Softball, Boys Volleyball, Girls Middle School Volleyball, Baseball, Track and Field, Girls or Boys Lacrosse or Boys Tennis.


Attention 9th, 10th and 11th grade students.  If you did not receive your course selection materials, please see Mrs. Hoover or your counselor as soon as possible.  Course selection cards are due on Friday, February 8th.  See your grade level counselor if you have any questions.


Registration for mini-THON has begun! Donor Drive accounts need to be made by Friday, February 8th in order to be guaranteed a T-shirt. Then, permission slips can be picked up on the bulletin board by the cafeteria and turned in to Miss Dando or Miss Beekler’s room.



Congratulations to senior Rebecca Ritts for being nominated for a Hershey Theatre Apollo Award in the category of Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Play and to sophomore Jordan Pacella who received an honorable mention in the category of Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Play. The award show is scheduled for Sunday, May 19th at 7:00 p.m. at Hershey Theatre. Tickets are on sale now at Hershey Theatre’s  website. Please come and support Rebecca and Jordan on this special night!



The wrestling team won there 2nd straight District 3 team Championship over the weekend. Congrats Back to Back District 3 Champions! They move onto states competition on Thursday at 8 pm, at Hershey Giant Center.


Recently, the Cedar Cliff Freshman girls basketball team played in their last two . games. They had a huge 47-6 victory over Bishop McDevitt.  Taylor Ferraro led our team in rebounds with 6, in steals with 7, and in points with 15. Sydney Weyant had 10 points, Bryn Cravener added 6, Hope Joy had 5, Hannah Bahn scored 4, Lucie farrell and Kallie Gillen each had 2, and Lily Kamarer chipped in 1. In our final game, we suffered a tough 39-37 loss to a strong Mechanicsburg team, ending our year with a 11-6 record. Once again, Taylor Ferraro led our team in scoring with her 20 points.  Sydney Weyant and Lucie Farrell each scored 5, lily Kamarer had 4 and Hannah Bahn added 3. Great season ladies!


There will be a boys volleyball open gym on Saturday from 10 to 12 in gym 1.



Today's quote celebrating Black History Month is... 

“So tonight, I ask every American to commit to at least one year or more of higher education or career training. This can be community college or a four-year school; vocational training or an apprenticeship. But every American will need to get more than a high school diploma. And dropping out of high school is no longer an option. It's not just quitting on yourself, it's quitting on your country. That's why we will provide the support necessary for all young Americans to complete college and meet a new goal: By 2020, America will once again have the highest proportion of college graduates in the world." 

~ Barack Obama, 2009 State of the Union address”


Tuesday, February, 5th, Cycle Day 1

Spring Sports sign ups will be on February 7th at 7:45 in  gym 2. Plan to join the meeting if you are interested in Cheering, Softball, Boys Volleyball, Girls Middle School Volleyball, Baseball, Track and Field, Girls or Boys Lacrosse or Boys Tennis.


Attention 9th, 10th and 11th grade students.  If you did not receive your course selection materials, please see Mrs. Hoover or your counselor as soon as possible.  Course selection cards are due on Friday, February 8th.  See your grade level counselor if you have any questions.


There will be a boys volleyball open gym after school Today from 3-5:00 in Gym 2.


Registration for mini-THON has begun! Donor Drive accounts need to be made by Friday, February 8th in order to be guaranteed a T-shirt. Then, permission slips can be picked up on the bulletin board by the cafeteria and turned in to Miss Dando or Miss Beekler’s room.


The Wrestling team will be going to states on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Go Colts!


Today Girl’s Lacrosse will have an optional preseason practice on the turf from 3:30-5 for anyone interested in playing.  


Congratulations to senior Rebecca Ritts for being nominated for a Hershey Theatre Apollo Award in the category of Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Play and to sophomore Jordan Pacella who received an honorable mention in the category of Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Play. The award show is scheduled for Sunday, May 19th at 7:00 p.m. at Hershey Theatre. Tickets are on sale now at Hershey Theatre’s  website. Please come and support Rebecca and Jordan on this special night!


The wrestling team won there 2nd straight District 3 team Championship over the weekend. Congrats Back to Back District 3 Champions! They move onto states competition on Thursday at 8 pm, at Hershey Giant Center.


Two Cedar Cliff Athletes are up for Pennlive “Athlete of the week” in different categories. Go online and vote for Natalie Sassano. She had a great game against McDevitt earlier this week. And J.J. Wilson, currently ranked high in wrestling in Pennsylvania. Go online and vote for your own! Go Colts!


 

 

Monday, February, 4th, Cycle Day 6

Spring Sports sign ups will be on February 7th at 7:45 in gym 2. Plan to join the meeting if you are interested in Cheering, Softball, Boys Volleyball, Girls Middle School Volleyball, Baseball, Track and Field, Girls or Boys Lacrosse or Boys Tennis.


Attention 9th, 10th and 11th grade students.  If you did not receive your course selection materials, please see Mrs. Hoover or your counselor as soon as possible.  Course selection cards are due on Friday, February 8th.  See your grade level counselor if you have any questions.


Dance Club practice is TODAY right after school in the cafeteria. Come prepared to learn a new routine!


The wrestling team won there 2nd straight District 3 team Championship over the weekend. Congrats Back to Back District 3 Champions!


There will be a boys volleyball open gym after school on Tuesday from 3-5:00 in Gym 2.


Registration for mini-THON has begun! Donor Drive accounts need to be made by Friday, February 8th in order to be guaranteed a T-shirt. Then, permission slips can be picked up on the bulletin board by the cafeteria and turned in to Miss Dando or Miss Beekler’s room.


 

Friday, February 1st Cycle Day 6

Seniors:  Payment for your Cap, Gown and Tassel will be from February 1 until February 28.  The amount is $35 and can be paid by cash or check and given to Mrs. Pines in room 236 or Mrs. Kutz in room 234.    Check should be made out to CCHS. If you are not getting a cap and gown, but need a tassel, the cost is $8.


The Young Democrats Club meets every Monday after school in the Mrs. Lackey’s room. All are welcome to join in.


Spring Sports sign ups will be on February 7th at 7:45 in gym 2. Plan to join the meeting if you are interested in Cheering, Softball, Boys Volleyball, Girls Middle School Volleyball, Baseball, Track and Field, Girls or Boys Lacrosse or Boys Tennis.


Attention 9th, 10th and 11th grade students.  If you did not receive your course selection materials, please see Mrs. Hoover or your counselor as soon as possible.  Course selection cards are due on Friday, February 8th.  See your grade level counselor if you have any questions.


The next dance club practice is Feb 4th right after school in the cafeteria. Come prepared to learn a new routine!


The CC wrestling team won there District semi match last night and will make there third Straight trip to the District 3 Title match at Milton Hershey’s Spartan Center at 1:00pm Saturday.

Come out and support the Colts!


January Announcements

 

Wednesday,  January 30th,  Cycle Day 4

Seniors:  Payment for your Cap, Gown and Tassel will be from February 1 until February 28.  The amount is $35 and can be paid by cash or check and given to Mrs. Pines in room 236 or Mrs. Kutz in room 234.    Check should be made out to CCHS. If you are not getting a cap and gown, but need a tassel, the cost is $8.


Spring Sports sign ups will be on February 7th at 7:45 in gym 2. Plan to join the meeting if you are interested in Cheering, Softball, Boys Volleyball, Girls Middle School Volleyball, Baseball, Track and Field, Girls or Boys Lacrosse or Boys Tennis.



The Aevidum will be meeting on Today in room 233 at 3:00.  Come learn more about this suicide awareness/mental health club.  All are welcome! If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Engelhardt in room 238 or Mrs. Kutz in room 233.


Attention 9th, 10th and 11th grade students.  If you did not receive your course selection materials, please see Mrs. Hoover or your counselor as soon as possible.  Course selection cards are due on Friday, February 8th.  See your grade level counselor if you have any questions.


There will be a dance class practice in the JROTC Room on Thursday at 2:45.


The wrestling team will start the District playoffs at home tonight starting at 6:00. They will attempt to win a third District 3 Title in the last three years.  They will wrestle the round of 16 and quarter final tonight. We are calling on the best student section in state to let your presence be heard and known tonite!


Tuesday, January 29th, Cycle Day 3

Seniors:  Payment for your Cap, Gown and Tassel will be from February 1 until February 28.  The amount is $35 and can be paid by cash or check and given to Mrs. Pines in room 236 or Mrs. Kutz in room 234.    Check should be made out to CCHS. If you are not getting a cap and gown, but need a tassel, the cost is $8.


The Aevidum will be meeting on Wednesday, January 30 in room 233 at 3:00.  Come learn more about this suicide awareness/mental health club. All are welcome!  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Engelhardt in room 238 or Mrs. Kutz in room 233.



The Young Democrats Club meets every Monday after school in the Mrs. Lackey’s room. All are welcome to join in.


The Young Republican Club meets every Thursday morning in the JROTC room before school. Come out and join the conversation.!


The Environmental Club will be Wednesdays beginning on Wednesday, January 30th after school in room 127.  If you are interested in global and local environmental issues and ideas, come on out!


Are you plus ultra? If so, please consider joining anime club! Anime club will now be meeting Thursdays until 4:15pm in room 124. Hope to see you there!


Super Smash Brothers club meets Thursdays until 4:15pm in the MMR. Come out and test your skills on Ultimate!


Spring Sports sign ups will be on February 7th at 7:45 in gym 2. Plan to join the meeting if you are interested in Cheering, Softball, Boys Volleyball, Girls Middle School Volleyball, Baseball, Track and Field, Girls or Boys Lacrosse or Boys Tennis.


The wrestling team will start the District playoffs at home tonight starting at 6:00. They will attempt to win a third District 3 Title in the last three years.  They will wrestle the round of 16 and quarter final tonight. We are calling on the best student section in state to let your presence be heard and known tonite!


The Young Democrats will meet today after school.


This past Saturday, the Cedar Cliff High School JROTC Color Guard, Armed Drill and Unarmed Drill Teams competed in the annual JROTC Regional competition.  The Color Guard team of Amy Gelnett, Tom Sorrow, Josh Webber, Eric Ashley, and Abby Delligatti came within one point of overthrowing the reigning regional champion from the juggernaut Cumberland Valley Voldemort School of JROTC.  Once the dust had settled, your Cedar Cliff JROTC teams had secured a hard fought second place overall finish at the regional competition. Congratulations JROTC!


Anyone interested in going out for tennis , Coach Gahr and Coach McNulty will be in the cafeteria on Tuesday during lunch.  We are looking for anyone that enjoys playing tennis and wants to become part of a varsity sport.


Attention 9th, 10th and 11th grade students.  If you did not receive your course selection materials, please see Mrs. Hoover or your counselor as soon as possible.  Course selection cards are due on Friday, February 8th.  See your grade level counselor if you have any questions.
 

Monday, January 28th, Cycle Day 2

Seniors:  Payment for your Cap, Gown and Tassel will be from February 1 until February 28.  The amount is $35 and can be paid by cash or check and given to Mrs. Pines in room 236 or Mrs. Kutz in room 234.    Check should be made out to CCHS. If you are not getting a cap and gown, but need a tassel, the cost is $8.


The Aevidum will be meeting on Wednesday, January 30 in room 233 at 3:00.  Come learn more about this suicide awareness/mental health club. All are welcome!  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Engelhardt in room 238 or Mrs. Kutz in room 233.



The Environmental Club will be Wednesdays beginning on Wednesday, January 30th after school in room 127.  If you are interested in global and local environmental issues and ideas, come on out!


Are you plus ultra? If so, please consider joining anime club! Anime club will now be meeting Thursdays until 4:15pm in room 124. Hope to see you there!


Super Smash Brothers club meets Thursdays until 4:15pm in the MMR. Come out and test your skills on Ultimate!


Spring Sports sign ups will be on February 7th at 7:45 in gym 2. Plan to join the meeting if you are interested in Cheering, Softball, Boys Volleyball, Girls Middle School Volleyball, Baseball, Track and Field, Girls or Boys Lacrosse or Boys Tennis.


This past Friday the CC Freshman girls' basketball team had a come from behind 31-24 victory over a strong CD East team bringing our record to 9-5 . Lily Kamarer had a fantastic game pulling down 11 rebounds.  She also had 6 steals and 8 points. Taylor Ferraro had a game high 16 points and 6 steals. Kallie Gillen added 3 points and Hannah Bahn and Hope Joy each added 2.


The Young Democrats will meet Tuesday afternoon this week. This is a schedule change  .


Anyone interested in going out for tennis , Coach Gahr and Coach McNulty will be in the cafeteria on Tuesday during lunch.  We are looking for anyone that enjoys playing tennis and wants to become part of a varsity sport.


 

 

Friday,   January 25th, Cycle Day 1

It’s Red Land week. Tickets for the Cedar Cliff- Red Land Basketball Double Header will be on sale all week in the HS main office. Tickets are $5. This is our HOME game, so we need the Golden Corral to be packed and loud. JV Games begin at 4PM with Varsity Girls and Boys to follow. Go Colts!


If you are NEW Pathway internship student, (also known as senior project)  please see Mr. Miller as soon as possible.

Congratulations to the following students who received a Gold Key in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards: John Gillespie for his Novel, Maria Rahmouni for her Poetry and Emily Guk for her Illustration.


The Young Democrats Club meets every Monday after school in the Mrs. Lackey’s room. All are welcome to join in.

There will be a volleyball boy’s open gym on Sunday from 1-3 in gym 1. Come play!


The Environmental Club will be Wednesdays beginning on Wednesday, January 30th after school in room 127.  If you are interested in global and local environmental issues and ideas, come on out!


Congratulations to all nine of our contestants in last evening's Mr. Cedar Cliff competition. Raising over $700 himself, a big shout out goes to Ben Gregory who was crowned as the 2019 Mr. Cedar Cliff. Thank you to all involved in helping to put on this production as well as everyone who supported it. We were able to raise a total of $4,640.73 last night. For The Kids!


The Aevidum will be meeting on Wednesday, January 30 in room 233 at 3:00.  Come learn more about this suicide awareness/mental health club. All are welcome!  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Engelhardt in room 238 or Mrs. Kutz in room 233.

5 Bills, 5 Bucks, 5 Clams, 5 Greenbacks, 5 Singles. Whatever you call 5 Dollars will buy you a Milkshake. There will be farm show milkshakes in the concessions stand area from 2:45 until 9pm today. Get them on your way out of school or at the Red Land Cedar Cliff basketball game or both! All proceeds benefit Cedar Cliff Mini-THON. Milkshakes, For The Kids!


 

 

Thursday,   January 24th, Cycle Day 6

Seniors:  Payment for your Cap, Gown and Tassel will be from February 1 until February 28.  The amount is $35 and can be paid by cash or check and given to Mrs. Pines in room 236 or Mrs. Kutz in room 234.    Check should be made out to CCHS. If you are not getting a cap and gown, but need a tassel, the cost is $8.

It’s Red Land week. Tickets for the Cedar Cliff- Red Land Basketball Double Header will be on sale all week in the HS main office. Tickets are $5. This is our HOME game, so we need the Golden Corral to be packed and loud. JV Games begin at 4PM with Varsity Girls and Boys to follow. Go Colts!


If you are NEW Pathway internship student, (also known as senior project)  please see Mr. Miller as soon as possible.


Congratulations to the following students who received a Silver Key in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards: Madison Black for her Flash Fiction, Emma Kurtz-Olin for her Novel, and Rhiannon Loza for three Illustrations.


There will be a volleyball boy’s open gym on Sunday from 1-3 in gym 1. Come play!


Come to the wrestling match vs Mechanicsburg tonight for Senior Recognition. Recognition will begin around 7PM with the Varsity match scheduled for a 7:30PM start. Also watch as the Colts look to secure the outright Keystone Division Title (7th in a row) and another undefeated regular dual meet season.


The Environmental Club will be Wednesdays beginning on Wednesday, January 30th after school in room 127.  If you are interested in global and local environmental issues and ideas, come on out!


Congratulations to all nine of our contestants in last evening's Mr. Cedar Cliff competition. Raising over $700 himself, a big shout out goes to Ben Gregory who was crowned as the 2019 Mr. Cedar Cliff. Thank you to all involved in helping to put on this production as well as everyone who supported it. We were able to raise a total of $4,640.73 last night. For The Kids!


 

 

Wednesday,  January 23rd,  Cycle Day 5

It’s Red Land week. Tickets for the Cedar Cliff- Red Land Basketball Double Header will be on sale all week in the HS main office. Tickets are $5. This is our HOME game, so we need the Golden Corral to be packed and loud. JV Games begin at 4PM with Varsity Girls and Boys to follow. Go Colts!


Congratulations to sophomore Maria Rahmouni for winning first place in the 2019 Poetry and StoryTelling Festival sponsored by the World Affairs Council of Harrisburg. Maria was honored this past Monday for her poem Brother , which focused on the theme of social justice. In addition to winning first place, Maria won best verbal presentation. Great job Maria!


If you are NEW Pathway internship student, (also known as senior project)  please see Mr. Miller as soon as possible.


Wednesday: Congratulations to the following students who received an honorable mention in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards: Mollie Fuller for her Short Story, Shannon Fuller in Science Fiction and Fantasy, Madison Passmore for her Short Story, Maria Rahmouni for her Poetry, Jonah Schiffgens-Smith for his Personal Essay,

Rhiannon Loza for her Editorial Cartoon.


The Young Republican Club meets every Thursday morning in the JROTC room before school. Come out and join the conversation.!


The Young Democrats Club meets every Monday after school in the Mrs. Lackey’s room. All are welcome to join in.


The Cedar Cliff Girl's Freshman basketball team recently played two games.  We had a big 38-17 victory over Trinity. Taylor Ferraro led our team in scoring with 16 points and in steals with 12. Lily Kamarer and Bryn Cravener each had 6 points.  Hope joy, Kara Young, Sydney Weyant, Kallie Gillen, and Lucie Farrell all chipped int 2. Kara Young led our team in assists with 3 and Hannah Bahn led in rebounding with 4. 

In our second game we suffered a 32-23 loss to a strong Red Lion team. Taylor Ferraro led our team in rebounds with 8, steals with 9, and in scoring with 13 points. Lucie Farrell added 5 points, Sydney Weyant added 3 and Lily Kamarer had 2. Great Job Lady Colts!!!


Last Night the Colts fought hard in the pool against Bishop McDevitt but fell short of a victory for both men's and women's teams. Notable swims include the following first place finishers: Rachel Lyden 200 freestyle, int the 200 Individual Medley and 100 breaststroke Zack Gallagher, and in the 100 backstroke Lily Markley, The girls divers managed to sweep the diving event. In first place Katie LaFaver, 2nd Kaya Konevitch, and 3rd Ali Delozier. Great job in the pool last night. Tomorrow the team travels to Shippensburg.


There will be a volleyball boy’s open gym on Sunday from 1-3 in gym 1. Come play!


 

Tuesday, January 22nd, Cycle Day 4

Today begins the 2nd semester.


Seniors:  Payment for your Cap, Gown and Tassel will be from February 1 until February 28.  The amount is $35 and can be paid by cash or check and given to Mrs. Pines in room 236 or Mrs. Kutz in room 234.    Check should be made out to CCHS. If you are not getting a cap and gown, but need a tassel, the cost is $8.


It’s Red Land week. Tickets for the Cedar Cliff- Red Land Basketball Double Header will be on sale all week in the HS main office. Tickets are $5. This is our HOME game, so we need the Golden Corral to be packed and loud. JV Games begin at 4PM with Varsity Girls and Boys to follow. Go Colts!


If you are a new pathway internship student for 2nd semester please report to Mr. Miller's office during period 3 today.


 

 

Friday,   January 18th, Cycle Day 3

Seniors! Chocolate sales start now! Each box you sell earns you $5 towards a cap and gown or prom ticket! See Mrs. Pines for a box.


The wrestling team won there 7th straight Keystone league title last night.  They also extended there league match winning streak to 45 straight wins - covering 8 years. Congrats Wrestlers.


Last night the men's swim team beat Susquehanna township in a close match with a score of 82-78. Congratulations to the following 1st place finishers: Boys 200 medley Relay  Tucker Ball, Michael Grundon, Nic Puig, James Thompson, Zack Gallagher in the 200 free breaking the 21 year old high school record going a 1:47.96 and breaking a second record in the 500 free with a time of 5:02.49, Tucker Ball 1st place finished in the 100 backstroke and 100 butterfly, and the boys 400 free relay of James Thompson, Nic Puig, Tucker Ball and Zack Gallagher.  

Also in the pool the Women's swimming and diving team wins over Susquehanna township with another close match up. The score of the meet was Cedar Cliff 92 and Susquehanna township 88. FIrst place finishes were: Kasey Grundon in the 200 and 500 free, rachel Lyden in the 100 free, lily Markley in the 100 backstroke, and the 400 freestyle relay team of Lily Markley, Kasey Grundon, Marisa Williamson, and Kelsie Edwards. Sweeping the diving event Katie LaFaver 1st place, Kaya Konevitch 2nd and Ali Delozier 3rd. 

Great job to both men's and women's swimming and diving teams on both of your victories! Way to crank it out!


 

 

Thursday,   January 17th, Cycle Day 2

The Video Game club meets today- have you tried Smash Brothers Ultimate yet? Come to the MMR today until 4:15 to show your skills!


There is a dance meeting today after school in the cafeteria. Come dressed appropriately to learn a routine!


Seniors! Chocolate sales start now! Each box you sell earns you $5 towards a cap and gown or prom ticket! See Mrs. Pines for a box.


 

 

Wednesday,  January 16th,  Cycle Day 1

There will be a bible club meeting this Wednesday after school in Mr. Mcclymont's room 217. Everyone is welcome to come and hope to see you there.


The next dance team meeting is on Thursday, January 17 right after school in the cafeteria. Come dressed appropriately to learn a routine!


Seniors! Chocolate sales start now! Each box you sell earns you $5 towards a cap and gown or prom ticket! See Mrs. Pines for a box.


Congratulations to  Donovan Ball !! With his win at Red Land on Monday Night, Donovan has achieved his 100th win in wrestling..!! Way to go!.




 

 

Tuesday, January 15th, Cycle Day 6

There will be a bible club meeting this Wednesday after school in Mr. Mcclymont's room 217. Everyone is welcome to come and hope to see you there.


The next dance team meeting is on Thursday, January 17 right after school in the cafeteria. Come dressed appropriately to learn a routine!


Seniors! Chocolate sales start now! Each box you sell earns you $5 towards a cap and gown or prom ticket! See Mrs. Pines for a box.


 

 

Monday, January 14th, Cycle Day 5

The Spanish Club will be volunteering at the Central PA Food Bank Today from 6-8pm. Everyone is welcome to join us. Please be sure to sign up for this volunteering opportunity in room 118 in advance.


Students, the Man Pageant will be on Wednesday, January 23rd at 6pm in the auditorium. Jenna Clay and Miss Pennsylvania will be our MCs that evening. Besides our talented boys, other students like Maggie Myers and Soggy Bologna will be performing that night. This week contestants will be canning during lunches so be sure to bring your change. Also, we will be selling tickets for $5 during lunches. Help us in our quest to find a cure for pediatric cancer. For the kids!


There will be a bible club meeting this Wednesday after school in Mr. Mcclymont's room 217. Everyone is welcome to come and hope to see you there.


This past Friday our Freshman girls suffered a tough 16-29 loss to a strong Mechanicsburg team.  Our team was led in scoring by Taylor Ferraro with 8 points, Sydney Weyant and Bryn Cravener each added 3 and Hannah Bahn had 2. Taylor Ferraro led our team in steals with 7  and Lucie Farrell led in rebounds with 4.


The indoor track teams competed Saturday at Susquehanna University in their HS Invitational.  Top finishers for the Boys Team were the 4x800 meter relay team of Jack Linsey/Will Weigner/Drew Sheppard and Sean Mingus. On the girls side the 4x 800 meter relay team of Carly Daniels/Maddie Baker/Lauren Wilder and Corinne Firestone finished 3rd, Naomi Englehart finished 2nd overall in the Long Jump, Corinne finished 2nd in the 1600 meter run, Ava Bechtel finished 4th in the 60 meter hurdles and Jael Johnson finished 4th in the 200m dash.  Great start to the indoor track season for our Cedar Cliff athletes.  Next meet for the teams is Saturday, Jan. 19th at the Dickinson College HS invite.    Go Colts!!!!.


The next dance team meeting is on Thursday, January 17 right after school in the cafeteria. Come dressed appropriately to learn a routine!


 

Friday,   January 11th, Cycle Day 4

The Spanish Club will be volunteering at the Central PA Food Bank on Monday, January 14th from 6-8pm. Everyone is welcome to join us. Please be sure to sign up for this volunteering opportunity in room 118 in advance.


There will be a boys volleyball open gym on Sunday from 1-3 in gym 2.


The ballroom dance club will meet on Friday Jan 11 at 2:45 in the JROTC Room.


Students, the Man Pageant will be on Wednesday, January 23rd at 6pm in the auditorium. Jenna Clay and Miss Pennsylvania will be our MCs that evening. Besides our talented boys, other students like Maggie Myers and Soggy Bologna will be performing that night. Our kick-off assembly is this Friday during flexes. We will make sure to get you pumped up! Next week contestants will be canning during lunches so be sure to bring your change. Also, we will be selling tickets for $5 during lunches. Help us in our quest to find a cure for pediatric cancer. For the kids!


Cedar Cliff's Freshman girl's basketball team came out on fire in their game against Carlisle defeating them 42-14. Taylor Ferraro led our team in scoring with 16 points. Kallie Gillen poured in 8. Lily Kamarer, Hope Joy, and Bryn Cravener each had 4, and Hannah Bahn and Sydney Weyant each added 3. Taylor Ferraro also led the team in steals with 7, assists with 4, and in blocks with 3. Kallie Gillen led our team in rebounds with 5. Great job Colts! The freshman record is now 7-3.  Come cheer us on Friday, Jan 13th, as we take on Mechanicsburg at Mechanicsburg. GO COLTS!!!


 

 

Thursday,   January 10th, Cycle Day 3

Cedar Cliff wants to start a dance team!  There is an interest meeting on Thursday, Jan. 10 in Mrs. Kutz's room right after school. Dance experience is great but not required! Come out and see if you'd like to be a part of something new and exciting!


There will be a boys volleyball open gym on Sunday from 1-3 in gym 2.


The ballroom dance club will meet on Friday Jan 11 at 2:45 in the JROTC Room.


Students, the Man Pageant will be on Wednesday, January 23rd at 6pm in the auditorium. Jenna Clay and Miss Pennsylvania will be our MCs that evening. Besides our talented boys, other students like Maggie Myers and Soggy Bologna will be performing that night. Our kick-off assembly is this Friday during flexes. We will make sure to get you pumped up! Next week contestants will be canning during lunches so be sure to bring your change. Also, we will be selling tickets for $5 during lunches. Help us in our quest to find a cure for pediatric cancer. For the kids!


 

 

 

Wednesday,  January 9th,  Cycle Day 2

The Spanish Club will be volunteering at the Central PA Food Bank on Monday, January 14th from 6-8pm. Everyone is welcome to join us. Please be sure to sign up for this volunteering opportunity in room 118 in advance.


The Young Republican Club meets every Thursday morning in the JROTC room before school. Come out and join the conversation.!



Cedar Cliff wants to start a dance team!  There is an interest meeting on Thursday, Jan. 10 in Mrs. Kutz's room right after school. Dance experience is great but not required! Come out and see if you'd like to be a part of something new and exciting! 


The Cedar Cliff Freshman girls basketball team came out strong against Bishop McDevitt beating them 36-5.  8th grader Taylor Ferraro led our team in scoring and steals and had her first double double with 11 points and 10 steals.  New comer, Mya Carthen added 8 points, Sydney Weyant had 5, Hannah Bahn and Bryn Cravener had 4, and Hope Joy and Lucie Farrell chipped in 2.  Taylor Ferraro also led our team in rebounding with 7. Great Job, Ladies!


The ballroom dance club will meet on Friday Jan 11 at 2:45 in the JROTC Room.


There will be a boys volleyball open gym on Sunday from 1-3 in gym 2.


 

 

Tuesday, January 8th, Cycle Day 1

This year's Mini THON Man Pageant, Mr. Cedar Cliff, will be happening on January 17th at 6pm in the school's auditorium. We have 9 contestants who will be showcasing their crazy moves and talents to raise funds and help conquer childhood cancer. We are encouraging all clubs and sport teams who would like to participate in the dance/lip sync battle to come up with a 30 second act to be showcased during our group competition that evening. If interested, please talk to Sydnie Boyle, Garrett Helvy or Sra. Leland in room 118.


The Young Democrats Club meets every Monday after school in the Mrs. Lackey’s room. All are welcome to join in.


Cedar Cliff wants to start a dance team!  There is an interest meeting on Thursday, Jan. 10 in Mrs. Kutz's room right after school. Dance experience is great but not required! Come out and see if you'd like to be a part of something new and exciting!


 

 

Monday, January 7th, Cycle Day 6

The Spanish Club will be volunteering at the Central PA Food Bank on Monday, January 14th from 6-8pm. Everyone is welcome to join us. Please be sure to sign up for this volunteering opportunity in room 118 in advance.


The Young Republican Club meets every Thursday morning in the JROTC room before school. Come out and join the conversation.!


Cedar Cliff wants to start a dance team!  There is an interest meeting on Thursday, Jan. 10 in Mrs. Kutz's room right after school. Dance experience is great but not required! Come out and see if you'd like to be a part of something new and exciting!


Friday, the freshman Lady Colts defeated Susquehanna 39-13. Our team was led in scoring by Bryn Cravener and Taylor Ferraro with 11 points each.  Sydney Weyant added 8 points followed by Hannah Bahn with 3. Lucie Farrell, Hope Joy, and Mya Carthen each chipped in 2. Taylor Ferraro also led our team with 9 steals and 4 assists and Bryn Cravener and Hannah Bahn each had 2 blocks. Way to go ladies! Our next game is Tuesday @ Bishop McDevitt. 


Today through Thursday, Mr. Cedar Cliff contestants will be canning during lunches. Bring your spare money to lunch to vote for your favorite candidate! Look for the man pageant assembly Friday, 1/11 during flex to learn more on how to support YOUR Mr. Cedar Cliff!


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