EHS News Update
WC East High School
I am the president of the UNICEF club here at Rustin High School and I am hosting a COVID-19 friendly Holiday 5k Run/Walk on Saturday, December 18th from 11:30 pm-1:30 pm at the Rustin High School campus. Tickets are $15 (hot cocoa and race numbers are included in the price) and everyone, including parents, grandparents, and friends, are welcome! All proceeds are going directly to UNICEF. Flyer is above.
Come out on December 16th to support this student-run silent charity auction for Home of the Sparrow, a local nonprofit supporting women and children in our community. There will be local business gift cards, sports tickets, and family fun activities auctioned off. Bring the whole family from 6:30-8 for bidding, snacks, Santa pictures, kids crafts, and a live performance from our very own Three Mile Island!
EHS PMEA Winners!
It gives me great pleasure to share with you that the following East HS students will participate in the PMEA District 12 Music Festivals this coming winter!
Participating in PMEA District 12 Band:
Chloe Bidegary on Clarinet
Heather Krebs on Double Bass
James (JJ) Stunda on Trumpet
Participating in PMEA District 12 Choir:
Zach Agamalian singing Tenor I
Participating in PMEA District 12 Orchestra:
Daniel Cheng on Violin 1
Alex Chen on Violin 1
Caleb Cuozzo on Violin 2
Julian Mabee on Viola
David Lane on Viola
Heather Krebs on Double Bass
I am extremely excited and proud to announce that, after a rigorous audition process, the following members of the East High School Orchestra have been accepted into the PMEA District 12 Orchestra.
Daniel Cheng: Violin 1 -Ranked Chair 1 Concertmaster!!
Alex Chen: Violin 1 - Ranked Chair 9
Caleb Cuozzo: Violin 2 - Ranked Chair 39
Julian Mabee: Viola - Ranked Chair 13
David Lane: Viola - Ranked Chair 14
Heather Krebs - Double Bass - Ranked Chair 2 (also accepted into District Band Chair 2)
Contratulations to Michelle Greenawalt and Jordyn Scarlata for organizing our three v. three bball tournament yesterday afternoon! The girls were able to raise approximately $500 to support breast cancer awareness month; the funds will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Homecoming was a huge success!
A huge thank you to those who donated money to the PTO to help fund student homecoming shirts -see the pictures using the "Google Slides" link above.
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