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Eastern York Middle School Newsletter

Volume 5, Issue 3 Summer Edition

2015 EYMS Summer Reading Challenge for Grades 6-8

Why is Newsela sponsoring this Free Summer Reading Challenge? Newsela's mission is to unlock the written word for everyone. We know that summer reading is a vital component to developing and maintaining student literacy. We are dedicated to supporting teachers everywhere in their commitment to their students' growth in literacy. To that end, our goal with the Summer Reading Challenge is to help support the efforts of schools to encourage students to read as many articles as they can.


Grade 6-8 Codes

6th Gr. Code= YU2WFG

7th Gr. Code= CA2Q32

8th Gr. Code= WFUXU6


What is the duration of the challenge?

Start Date: Monday, June 1 End date: Friday, August 14


Do I need to have an account in Newsela?

Yes. If you do not already have an account, please follow the attached instructions to create one. Parents - please see these instructions to create accounts for your readers.


How I students participate?

Students participate simply by reading articles and taking quizzes starting on Monday, June 1.


What is my goal in participating in the Free Summer Reading Challenge?

Every student's goal for the Free Summer Reading Challenge is to earn as many word-points and badges as they can. A word-point is a point awarded to a student based upon their performance on reading comprehension quizzes. A badge is an icon that is awarded to a student based upon their reading activity.


How will I earn word-points?

  • Students will earn word-points by answering quiz items correctly.
  • Students will be awarded a number of points equivalent to the number of words in an article divided by the number of questions in the article quiz and multiplied by the number of questions that they answer correctly. For example, if an article has 400 words and there are 4 questions in the quiz, each question is worth 100 word-points. If the student answers 2 of 4 questions correctly, they will earn 100 word-points for each correct answer, or 200 word-points in total.


Note: Students must answer at least 2 quiz questions correctly (better than pure chance) in order to receive any points.


How will I earn credit from my ELA teacher?

My teacher will give all students first marking period extra credit for using Newsela over the summer and reading at least four articles. My teacher will also give the top ten performers a free homework pass that can be used on any independent reading assignment he/she chooses. In addition, my teacher will give the student with the most points/badges a $20 gift card to the store of his/her choice.


Where can I get computer access if I do not have it at home?

Kreutz Creek Valley Library Center Martin Library

66 Walnut Springs Road 159 East Market Street

Hellam, PA 17406 York, PA

717-252-4080 717-846-5300

Summer Math Resources

Dear future 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student:


Congratulations on completing another school year! The middle school math department would like to encourage you to keep your math skills sharp over the summer months. Listed below are suggested websites that you may access for free during the summer months:



Your teachers strongly recommend that you spend time on Study Island and strive to earn all blue ribbons from your previous grade level to ensure that you have mastered all previously taught content. You should also preview content for your next grade level. Future 8th graders, please focus on pre-algebra skills. Not only do these resources offer academic content, but they are fun, too!


If you do not have internet access at home, free internet and computers are available at your local public library.


We look forward to seeing you in the fall!

The EYMS Math Department

2014-2015 Academic Award Recipients

On Thursday, May 28,2015, The Eastern York Middle School held its annual academic awards ceremony. Below is a list of the winners. We would like to congratulate all of the winners.

ACADEMIC HONORS

8th GRADE

First Honors

Connor Atkins, Morgan Dobbeck, Amanda Galentine, Olivia McLain, and Emily Smith

Second Honors

Pierre Allard, Samantha Dilley, Keera Dupler, Caitlan Hevener, and Emma Spigelmyer


7th GRADE

First Honors

Isabella Jensen, Ashley Krueger, Timothy Leaman, Elizabeth Quinones, and Tiffany Sarver

Second Honors

Abram Cox, Jackson Deppen, Allyson Knuth, Alexandria Marshalek, and Eliot Whiteside

DEPARTMENT AWARDS

Grade 8

English…………………………………………………..……...…..Keera Dupler, Morgan Dobbeck

Math…………………………..…………………………..……………..Keera Dupler, Connor Atkins

Reading……………………..……………………………………………....Keera Dupler, Emily Smith

Science……………………………………….………..……….Samantha Dilley, Morgan Dobbeck

Social Studies…………………………………………………...Emma Spigelmyer, Rachel Bitner

Music……………………………………………………..…………..….Joseph Peters, Olivia McLain

Physical Education….Rebekah LeCates, Maya Stump, Kade Wiley, Joshua Gillespie

Foreign Language…………………………………….……...Emma Spigelmyer, Olivia McLain

Health…………………………………………………………………..Jesse Arnold, Caitlan Hevener

Technology Education……………………………..……….…Emma Spigelmyer, Emily Smith

Choral…………………………………………………………………………..………....Morgan Dobbeck

Band………………………………………………………………………………………....Samantha Dilley

Orchestra………………………………………………..…….………………………………...Emily Smith

Art………………………………………………………….………Ireland Parker, Amanda Galentine

Exceptional Achievement………………………………………..…..……Kayla Stough-Graham


Grade 7

English……………………………………………………………..……….Ava Becker, Tiffany Sarver

Math…………………………………………………………….……...Allyson Knuth, Tiffany Sarver

Reading………………………………………………..……………....Jackson Deppen, Abram Cox

Science………………………………………………….……Isabella Jensen, Elizabeth Quinones

Social Studies…………………………………..……………...Timothy Leaman, Tiffany Sarver

Music……………….………………………….…………Isabella Jensen, Alexandria Marshalek

Physical Education….Adrianna Waltemyer, Amber Forry, Jackson Deppen, Abram Cox

Foreign Language…………………………………….….……Eliot Whiteside, Ashley Krueger

Industrial Technology……………………………………….Alyssa Noll, Elizabeth Quinones

Technology Education………………………………………...Eliot Whiteside, Emily Geesey

Art………………………………………………………………………….Allyson Knuth, Emily Cooley

Exceptional Achievement………………………………………………………..……Kaitlyn Huber


Grade 6

English…………………………………………………………....…..Ava Studivant, Taralyn Andes

Math………………………………………………………………..Weston McLain, Ethan Nikolaus

Reading…………………………………………………………………...Emily Hoyer, Abigail Wood

Science………………………………………………………..……….Sarah Moore, James Johnson

Social Studies………………………..………………..Maddisen Kauffman, Morgan McNatt

Family & Consumer Science………………..……….….Lilyana Campbell, Elizabeth Lutz

Health…………………………………………………………...………Rylinn Naylor, Justin Ranker

Music…………………………………………………….………..….Ava Studivant, Ethan Nikolaus

Physical Education…Abby Smith, Angela Leas, Brennan Witman, Gavin Johnson

Technology Education ……………………………………...Ellen Lippy, Roseanna Williams

Art………………………………………………………………………………Ellen Lippy, Regan Young

Exceptional Achievement……………………………………………….……...Kharisma Shaffer

SPECIAL RECOGNITION AWARDS

Edward L. Reisinger, Sr. English Award……………………..………..………………Emily Smith

Hellam VFW Essay Contest Award……..Grace Leisure, Morgan Dobbeck, Emily Smith

Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizenship Award……...Olivia McLain

American Legion Outstanding 8th Grade Boy & Girl…Stephen Wisler, Samantha Dilley

PRESIDENT’S AWARD FOR EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE

Leaslie Alejandres, Pierre Allard, Jesse Arnold, Connor Atkins, Rachel Bitner, Brady Bixler, Ryan Briese, Drake Brown, Rebecca Camp, Kaitlyn Case, Richard Cottone, Jesse Dellen IV, Madisyn Deller, Samantha Dilley, Morgan Dobbeck, Keera Dupler, Arianna Einsig, Benjamin Elicker, Rylan Emlet, Gavin Evans, Katelyn Ferry, Olivia Fisher, Olivia Flaharty, Owen Forry, Kara Funk, Amanda Galentine, Joseph Good, Zachary Goss, Destiny Gotwalt, Hannah Graham, Ryan Harmer, Kira Heaps, Carly Heindel, Bryce Henise, Mayalee Hess, Andrew Hetter, Catilan Hevener, Brady Hilt, Brandi Himes, Richard Holtzinger, Kaitlyn Keech, Travis Keefer, Olivia Koicuba, Rebekah LeCates, Katherine Lehman, Grace Leisure, Levi Lentz, Avian Leschke, Megan McFarland, Olivia McLain, Brittany McSwine, Leilani Michener, Megan Myers, Kristyn Nordsick, Ireland Parker, Joseph Peters, Sara Peters, Chase Reed, Kaelyn Reyes, Eduardo Roura III, Taylor Shank, Matthew Shore, Emmit Silar, Cassidy Simione, Emily Smith, Taliah Som, Hunter Sowers, Emma Spigelmyer, Alexander Spotts, Mikayleigh Stigelman, Maya Stump, Olivia Thomas, Gillian Toomey, Kade Wiley, Morgan Winter, Stephen Wisler, Cole Witman, and Jade Witmer

PRESIDENT’S AWARD FOR EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT

Seth Butts, Jared Elamri, Timothy Harhigh, Greyson Hess, Noah Johnson, Lindsey Leischner

Dylan Livelsberger, Samantha Luvito, Destiny McKinsey, Jonathon Minneman, Carrianne Perez, Kayla Stough-Graham, Bren Taylor, Austin Tracey

2015 EYMS Spring Music Concert Music Videos

Middle School Science Olympiad team competes.

On Saturday, March 21st, the Middle School Science Olympiad team competed at the regional competition at Millersville. Overall, Eastern placed 12th out of 19 teams.

Individual medals were awarded in the following events:


  • 1st place: Can’t Judge a Powder – Pierre Allard, Andre Allard
  • 4th place: Write it, Do it – Rachel Bitner, Emily Smith
  • 4th place: Fossils – Jackson Deppen, Jake Kennell
  • Other notable finishes include:
  • 6th place: Experimental Design – Ryan Briese, Connor Atkins, Jesse Arnold
  • 7th place: Anatomy: Ryan Briese, Jackson Deppen
  • 7th place: Bridge Building: Tim Leaman, Gaaron Bankowski
  • 8th place: Entomology: Emma Spigelmyer, Emily Smith
  • 8th place: Green Generation: Gaaron Bankowski, Tim Leaman
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PMEA Youth String Fest

On Saturday, April 18th, eight students from Eastern York Middle School participated in the PMEA District 7 Youth String Fest at Manheim Central Middle School. This one day festival included students from 20 different school districts, spanning York, Lancaster, Lebanon, Dauphin, Cumberland, and Franklin counties.


In order to participate in this festival, students must demonstrate an intermediate level of musical ability. All students are nominated by their orchestra director.

The following students represented EYMS at this year's String Fest.

  • Samantha Dilley
  • Ashley Krueger
  • Sofia Andia
  • Sarah Carberry
  • Fiona Valore
  • Harry Feltenberger
  • James Johnson
  • Gianna Allen


These students worked hard preparing their music, and after rehearsing for only about 4 hours, performed in a fantastic concert. I am very proud of all of them and how well they represented Eastern at this festival. Congratulations to these orchestra students!

FInal Thoughts of 8th Grade By: Kate Keech and Stephen Wisler

As the end of the year approaches, we interviewed some T team students to get a better understanding of how they felt about their 8th grade year. We asked three questions to our fellow classmates. The answers we got were outstanding, and overall the survey showed positive feedback. The following are the questions we asked, along with the answers given by students.


How did 8th grade expand your thinking?

  • It made me more responsible.
  • 8th grade made me think more deeply into myself.
  • I realized more about life and 8th grade caused me to be more accepting of others.
  • Algebra was explained further in depth.
  • I became a better writer.
  • This year made me analyze questions and made me work harder.
  • The politics with Mr. Marcini made us focus on real world events.
  • We had more freedom to think about what we want.
  • We learned school is more important if you want to get a job.
  • 8th grade allowed creative thinking, more colorful output, and deeper logic.
  • In 8th grade we worked more independently.


Has 8th grade prepared you for the high school?

  • Yes, it made me more responsible with my school work.
  • Yes, we got a glimpse of what to expect at the high school.
  • I’m not sure because there are different schedules at the high school.
  • Yes, the teachers were hard on us.
  • Yes, we were allowed more freedom.
  • Yes, we had to study more than we did in previous years.
  • Yes, we discussed different political views and world problems.
  • Yes, the teachers brought a realization to us, showing us that we had to care for our work.


What will you miss most about 8th grade?

  • I will miss knowing where my classes are.
  • My teachers will be missed because they took time to help.
  • 8th grade classes were so interesting… I’ll miss that.
  • It was easy to connect with friends and teachers because we all had a lot in common.
  • I enjoyed scheduling and Mr. Little because of his first place track attitude.
  • Mrs. Brown was pretty awesome in every way.
  • Mrs. Fenton was well liked for her Pittsburgh Steel City accent and her willingness to push her students to be their best.
  • Mr. Marcini was extremely outstanding with his constructive criticism and hilarious for his love for the worst team in the NFL (Oakland).
  • Mrs. Lau LOVES ALGEBRA and she's not afraid to show it, she is a trooper.
  • Mrs. Campo has a huge heart and you just could never be mad at her.
  • Ms. Lesser is all around amazing and takes her job very seriously because it is about life.


As you can see, the 8th graders at EYMS thought that 8th grade expanded their thinking, prepared them for the high school, and will greatly miss the middle school. These wonderful kids answered our serious questions honestly and positively. Thank you to all of the students and teachers for a wonderful year!

Washington DC Trip Cancelled By: Izzy McKenzie, Ally Falk, J.T. Heiland, Harry Feltenberger

On April 28th the 6th grade students were supposed to go to Washington D.C for a field trip. Early morning on the day of the trip they found out that it was cancelled. Here are some of the students’ reactions:


“I felt disappointed, sad, and worried,” said Emily Hoyer.

“My dad told me while I was washing my face,” she claimed.”I didn’t think it was going to be rescheduled.”


Ethan Ankers said angrily, “I was mad and wanted to smash my face through a wall. I was hanging out with my sister when I found out. I saw people looking confused when I walked into school that morning.”


That day at lunch the students found out that Mr. Shoemaker worked very hard to reschedule it . They found out the new trip would be on May 26.


Here are some students’ thoughts:


Kylee Leahy said, “I was happy because Mr. Shoemaker worked very hard to reschedule the trip. Other people looked very happy, too.”


“I was relieved,” Emily Einsig stated. I was relieved because now we get to go there. I am grateful that Mr. Shoemaker was able to reschedule the trip.”


“I was pretty stoked bro,” Abby Smith said. “I am excited to see the monuments and the World War II memorial.”


Brennan Witman stated, “ I was mad because I brought all my stuff to school and had to eat my sandwich at lunch. I want to go on the bus because I want to watch movies, and I hope the seats are comfortable.” He also said, “I am glad Mr. Shoemaker rescheduled the trip later in the year.”


Overall the trip was a great success!

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FIRST ANNUAL 8TH GRADE CAREER DAY A HUGE SUCCESS!

Eighth grade students at EYMS had the opportunity to be exposed to career exploration opportunities during the spring semester of 2015 in accordance with the Career Education and Work Standards as set by the state of Pennsylvania.


The counselors taught four career lessons which included an introduction to careers, a career interest survey, budgeting, and Career Bingo. Students were able to choose certain careers of interest to them then gather information about salary, education and job outlook.


On May 20th several career speakers came in to speak. The emphasis was not only on specific careers, but what it takes to keep and retain a job, such as being a team player, being on time for work, and having good communication skills.

As one student said “The thing I liked about career day was getting to learn about the variety of career options. It opened my eyes to many opportunities”. Another student remarked “The presenters were awesome!”


The picture shows two career presenters from Typical Life Corporation along with two individuals in the program who were along to assist. Thank you to all the presenters, the 8th grade teachers, and the 8th grade students for being attentive and willing to participate!


The following were presenters:


  • Dan Garner-EYSD IT
  • Nathan Nickel-Lancaster County Police
  • Julie Keene-Flinchbaugh's Orchards
  • Jim Heindel-Respiratory Therapist
  • Matthew Kern, Earl Hockenberry, Liz Martinec-Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources
  • Tom Malesic-Web Site, Integrated Marketing and IT Solutions
  • Amy Parker, Lyle, Lee, Donald-Typical Life Corporation

7th Grade Physics Project By: Isabella Jensen

Each year, seventh graders at Eastern York Middle School have the opportunity to build a Rube Goldberg Machine, a catapult, or take the physics test. Each of these options require the students to know the same material, whether they will be presenting it with their project, or answering questions on a pencil and paper test. Building a Rube Goldberg Machine or a catapult also requires the students to design blueprints, build their machines, and eventually present them to a number of students, teachers, and visitors at our physics fair.


The material the students need to know includes knowing the six simple machines, Newton’s Laws of Motion, different forces, how to calculate IMAs (or Ideal Mechanical Advantages), the types of energy, and many others.


My partner, Savanna Myers, and I, Isabella Jensen, built a Rube Goldberg machine. At times, we found it hard to get together and work on our project, but in the end, our project was finished and ran very smoothly (except on some occasions when a marble got stuck or a domino fell over before it was supposed to). We entitled our project ‘The Cure’. The overall goal of our project was to turn the page of a book (we used a book of mine entitled ‘King Arthur and His Knights’) to ‘find the cure to the zombie apocalypse (which I had written in Elvish on a sticky note). In the beginning, we were very excited to build this machine after we had done the blueprints. From then on, we worked, and worked, and worked, to get it done. Nearer to the due date, it was becoming stressful and frustrating, but we sighed with relief when it was finally done and ready to go. For the Rube Goldberg project, we had to make a binder with a cover page, an optional table of contents, our final draft blueprints, a list of the simple machines, forms of energy, laws, and forces in play or displayed, IMA calculations, running times of our machine, and a conclusion page. We also wrote a backstory, so that people would better understand our theme of the zombie apocalypse. When all of this was done, and we presented it to our teacher, Mr. Monaghan, and the students in our class period, we got a number (#40) for the Physics Fair. At the Physics Fair, all of the Rube Goldberg Machines qualified to come were displayed to the whole school and visitors. Teachers from each grade would walk around and vote for which machine was best. In the end, we did not get 1st, 2nd, or 3rd, but we did get 7th place out of almost 40 projects.


In conclusion, Eastern York Middle School’s Physics Fair was a success. It always has been, and always will be. The machines are fun to design, build, run, or just fun to watch. If you’re in sixth grade now, you’ll have these opportunities next year! I’m sure you will have fun. If you’re a parent of a seventh grader, or just a parent of an Eastern York student, feel free to visit the Middle School’s Physics Fair in the years to come. You will definitely have a blast!

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7th Grade End of the Year Activities

Among the usual tests and homework, there are some things that will only be experienced during 7th grade. One such thing is the physics project. This project is an alternative to the physics test. This will task students to design, build, operate, and present a project that demonstrates the types of energies, simple machines, and Newton’s laws of physics. Students should also expect to build and race Co2 cars. Plus there will be the launching of rockets at the end of the year.


Moving on, 7th graders will write a choose your own adventure story, which gives a student complete control over how they want their story to begin and end. Also, if there is enough time towards the end of the year, students can expect to make English game boards. During 7th grade there is also Penny Wars, during which students compete to win a Olive Garden catered lunch. Students even get the chance (granted there’s enough time) to present a charity project with which students can try to get a charity of their choice donated to.

Physics Fair Winners

S Team End of the Year Auction

S team participated in the annual end of the year award auction. Students accrued colonial dollars all year for positive behavior and academics. A final celebration of the hard work took place through participation in a live auction with a licensed auctioneer. Students were able to bid on items such as a LED television, gift cards, and mystery food bags. Below are pictures taken from the auction as well as the items auctioned and the wealthiest Americans from each American Foundation’s class colony. The following items listed below were auctioned off on May 1, 2015.



Wealthiest Americans

1st - Bren Taylor $18484

2nd - Morgan Dobbeck $14599

3rd - Amanda Galentine $11313

4th - Olivia McLain $10466

5th - Emily Smith $9978

6th - Conner Atkins $9314

7th - Andrew Hetter $9128

8th - Caitlan Hevener $7162

9th - Rachel Bitner $7062

10th - Samantha Luvito $6871

The items that were auctioned off are listed below.

Insignia™ - 32” Class LED – 720p – HDTV – Black Flat Screen TV, (3) EYMS YEARBOOK, Cellphone Selfie Stick, (4) $25 Visa Gift Card, $25 Bass Pro Shops Gift Card, $20 Dick’s Gift Card, $20 Target Gift Card, $20 Hollister Gift Card, $20 Domino’s Pizza Gift Card, $20 Frank’s Theatre Gift Card, $15 Red Robbin Gift Card, $15 Barnes & Noble Gift Card, Royal Blue and Lime Green, NIKE Back Sack w/School Supplies, $15 Dairy Queen Gift Card, $15 Subway Gift Card, $15 Rita’s Gift Card, $15 Subway Gift Card, Pink and Blue NIKE Back Sack w/School Supplies, $15 Rita’s Gift Card, $10 Sheetz Gift Card, $10 Starbucks Gift Card, $10 iTunes Gift Card, $10 Turkey Hill Gift Card, $10 Rutter’s Gift Card, $10 Starbucks Gift Card, $10 iTunes Gift Card, $10 Turkey Hill Gift Card, $10 Rutter’s Gift Card, $10 iTunes Gift Card, POWERPACK T2600 USB Rechargeable External Battery – Pink Multi, $10 Chick-fil-A Gift Card, $10 Rutter’s Gift Card, Dynex Mobile Battery, $10 Starbucks Gift Card, $10 Applebee’s, $10 Turkey Hill Gift Card, $10 Sheetz Gift Card, Mystery Food Box, $10 Frank’s Theatre Gift Card, Mystery Food Bag, Licorice Basket, A Yard of Bubble Gum, and (3) Mystery Food Bag.

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January Knights of the Roundtable

GRADE 6

Kaitlynn Vera, Isabelle McKenzie, Hunter Yellets, Jeremy Sechrist, Ava Rohrbaugh, Rylinn Naylor, Isaac Wherley, Natalie Heiland, Gavin Druck, Sylar Hinkle, Jasmine Morgan, and Raven Pitzer


GRADE 7

Jessica Beaghan, Alex Bair, Courtnee Huber, Britney Yarnell, Kameryn Bower, Kailey Fauth, Elizabeth Quinones, Trevor Seitz, and Maelynn Leber


GRADE 8

Leaslie Alejandres, Hannah Graham, Nicolas Hess, Brittany McSwine, Noah Johnsonm, Seth Bernstein, Caitlan Hevener, Nathan Hoyer, and Bren Taylor

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February Knights of the Roundtable

GRADE 6

Emma Ehrhart, Cassandra Lebron-Burkey, Braden Kelley, Estrella Ramirez, Liam Millar

Cecelia Bisker, Savannah Conley, Ethan Nikolaus, James Johnson, and Abigail Wood


GRADE 7

Summer Markel, Taylor Cappeluti, Tyler Garver, Elise Sprenkle, Analise Fenwick, Ally Lehman, Tyler Druck, Gavin Donnelly, Amber Forry, and Halee Shick


GRADE 8

Rylan Emlet, Pierre Allard, Ben Elicker, Kara Funk, Megan McFarland, Olivia Fisher, Brandi Himes, Eddie Roura, Jaden Koller, and Emmit Silar

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March Knights of the Roundtable

GRADE 6

Nathaniel Dandridge, Lance Manzanet, Jalen Hunter, Jaide Fochtman, Chloe Waltemyer, and Izaak Graves


GRADE 7

Jacob Tedder, Tonya Livelsberger, Sarah Carberry, Chloe Knaub, Savannah Myers, Miranda Smith, Mike Adams, Kara Anstine, Gaaron Bankowski, Wilson Runkle, and Alaina Strittmatter


GRADE 8

Ireland Parker, Seth Butts, Carrianne Perez, Kayla Stough-Graham, Olivia Thomas, Chase Reed, Madisyn Deller, Owen Forry, Brady Hilt, and Alan Leash

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April Knights of the Rountable

GRADE 6

Jordyn Cooley, Jaide Fochtman, Marceea Wlazlo, Rylie Reichard, Taralyn Andes, Rebecca Bradfield, Cassidy Shetter, Helena Lively, JT Heiland, Cameron Keller, Izabella Wolfe, Lydia Cooper, Max Wheeler


GRADE 7

Madeline Furino, Timothy Leaman, Jack Myers, Logan Leiphart, Americas Miller, Ashley Lynn, Jacob Kennell, Devyn Sanders, Zach Doyle


GRADE 8

Desiree Myers, Brady Bixler, Levi Lentz, Taylor Shank, Hunter Sowers, Andrew Hetter, Deena Blouse, Arianna Einsig, Mackenzie Miller, Bryce Smeltzer, Megan Myers, Tim Harhigh

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08/19/15 - Student's First Day of School

08/27/15 - EYMS Back to School Night (6:30-7:30 p.m.)

08/28/15 - Back to School Dance (2:45-4:30 p.m.)

09/04/15 - No School - Teacher In-Service

09/07/15 - District Closed - No School - Labor Day

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