Students Participate in PBIS Event on March 15

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Students Participate in PBIS Event on March 15

The dodgeball tournament was the biggest event, because even the students who hadn't signed up for a specific event could come and spectate. “I liked how it wasn’t a one game elimination, which gave some teams more time to have fun instead of just losing right away. I liked the team ideas for what they were going to wear, like the jerseys and the pink out. It very competitive, but everyone had fun in the end,” said freshman Grant Lapachinsky.

The dodgeball tournament was the biggest event, because even the students who hadn't signed up for a specific event could come and spectate. “I liked how it wasn’t a one game elimination, which gave some teams more time to have fun instead of just losing right away. I liked the team ideas for what they were going to wear, like the jerseys and the pink out. It very competitive, but everyone had fun in the end,” said freshman Grant Lapachinsky.

The dodgeball tournament was the biggest event, because even the students who hadn't signed up for a specific event could come and spectate. “I liked how it wasn’t a one game elimination, which gave some teams more time to have fun instead of just losing right away. I liked the team ideas for what they were going to wear, like the jerseys and the pink out. It very competitive, but everyone had fun in the end,” said freshman Grant Lapachinsky.

The dodgeball tournament was the biggest event, because even the students who hadn't signed up for a specific event could come and spectate. “I liked how it wasn’t a one game elimination, which gave some teams more time to have fun instead of just losing right away. I liked the team ideas for what they were going to wear, like the jerseys and the pink out. It very competitive, but everyone had fun in the end,” said freshman Grant Lapachinsky.

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On Friday March 15, students at the high school who displayed good behavior participated in a school-wide event. The last PBIS event was  a basketball game that teachers could participate in, with added entertainment from the pep band. Students had much more choice this time around, with about twenty events for students to choose from. Students could use their crimson cash to sign up early, and even the those who forgot to sign up could watch a movie or the dodgeball tournament. Sophomore Crystal Wolfe said, “PBIS events gives us a break from classes and let’s us have some fun.” 

Justin Lescavage

Justin Lescavage                                                                                                    Some students had the opportunity to cook spaghetti and garlic bread with Mr. Lucas Bricker and Mr. Charles Taronis. “We should restart the cooking program with Mr. Bricker as the head chef,” said sophomore Daniel Braun.

Brigid Kane                                                                                                             Some students had the opportunity to participate in trivia with Mr. Robert Kempsey. “The most fun part of trivia with Mr. Kempsey was when one of the Sheetz gift cards didn’t work. Now that’s entertainment!” said senior Victoria Oswald.

Alexis Yoder

Alexis Yoder                                                                                                              Mrs. Kayla Watt watched “The Office” in her room with students. She provided snacks based off of the show, like jello with a stapler in it. Senior Emma Motto said. “I thought it was really fun. I enjoyed the office-themed snacks. I also liked hanging out with my friends.”

Michael Johnson-Ponce

Michael Johnson-Ponce                                                                                          Mr. Andrew Smink brought in his Nintendo switch and held a “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate” tournament, as well as “Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.” The final match pictured was between Mr. Smink and Kyle Schroding. Kyle won!

Justin Lescavage

Justin Lescavage                                                                                                      Two students chose to test their flexibility in yoga with Ms. Seiders.

Naomi Brode

Naomi Brode                                                                                                            Mrs. Donna Skosnick offered students the opportunity to play a variety of board games, including chess.

Olivia Markus

Olivia Markus                                                                                                         Many students decided to spectate at the dodgeball game, rather than sign up for a specific event. “I liked watching the dodgeball tournament. It was fun to see my friends compete with each other,” said sophomore Amie Ashfield.

Alison McCord

Alison McCord                                                                                                           The dodgeball tournament was the biggest event, because even the students who hadn’t signed up for a specific event could come and spectate. “I liked how it wasn’t a one game elimination, which gave some teams more time to have fun instead of just losing right away. I liked the team ideas for what they were going to wear, like the jerseys and the pink out. It very competitive, but everyone had fun in the end,” said freshman Grant Lapachinsky.

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