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Mt. View Students Attend Jazz Festival

From April 11th through 13th, Mountain View students attended the PMEA District 9 Jazz Festival at Montrose High School. Over 200 students in grades 7-12 from 15 schools all over NEPA came together to learn about vocal and instrumental jazz from amazing conductors.

Vocal students were placed in two groups, one auditioned and one open to all. They learned about singing in the jazz idiom, including emphasis on tone, blend and improvisation. Mountain View students who participated were Josalyn Lorino in the Vocal Jazz Ensemble, and Emma Karp and Megan Bills in the Fest group.

Band students were separated into 7 different Jazz Band's to learn jazz styles, improvisation and music for their concert. Mountain View student Luke Zipprich participated in the auditioned District Jazz Band and Gage Mead participated in the auditioned Junior High Band. Malachi Finn, Aubrey Perera, Morgan Pliska and John Kelsey.

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MV Students Read To Win

Mountain View Jr/Sr High School Reading Teams traveled to NEIU 19 to compete in the annual Reading Tournament. Students on two teams read over 25 books and successfully answered questions in the preliminary round to make the Final Four teams before heading to the NEIU for the championship.

At the tournament, Mountain View A Team placed first over Riverside, Mid Valley and Mountain View B Team.

Mountain View B Team placed third over Riverside. Team A is coached by Mrs. Stephanie Kile and Team B is coached by Mrs. Marybeth Krivak.

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Blue Ridge Elem. Citizens Of Month

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MV Eagles Shine At PA FBLA Conference

Submitted by Riley Turner, MV FBLA Reporter

From April 7-10, Mountain View Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) attended the Pennsylvania FBLA State Leadership Conference in Hershey, PA. Members attended workshops and presentations to learn more about different aspects of leadership and being involved in the business world. 19 members attended and competed at the conference, with eight placing top ten and receiving awards, and six being eligible to compete at the National Leadership Conference.

Those who placed are as follows: Paige Smith, tenth place, Future Business Educator; Shane Toolan, seventh place, Networking Infrastructures; Jackson Gesford, Ryleigh Kilmer, Riley Turner and Luke Zipprich, third place, Parliamentary Procedure; Chelsea Empet, first place, Agribusiness; Miriam Sedlak, first place, Supply Chain Management.

Chelsea and Miriam are the first students in the history of Mountain View to place first on the state level. Those who placed in the top four will be attending and competing at the National Leadership Conference this summer. Mountain View also earned certificates for Outstanding Chapter, Gold Seal Chapter and Big 33 Community Service.

Region 27 officers and Mountain View students Coralynn McHenry (President) and Vivian Sedlak (Vice President) networked with all of the students in Region 27 through a Region 27 Challenge which promoted the social media pages and helped grow support for one another. MV Officers Miriam Sedlak (President) and Riley Turner (Reporter) did an outstanding job supporting and leading the chapter throughout the conference. Mountain View is so proud of all of the competitors and wish the eligible members luck at Nationals in Orlando, Florida in June!

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Mt. View Jr/Sr 3rd Period Honor Roll

Following is the Mountain View Jr. Sr. High School 3rd Period Honor Roll for the 2023-24 school year.

7th Grade: Kaitlyn Beach, Julia Briechle, Ada Chamberlin, Noelle Clancy, Brayden Conroe, Lea Crockett, Alexis Estabrook-Pelton, Kali Harvatine, Cody Heinold, Peyton Hicks, Jesse Keating, Julia Kelsey, Bella Loring, Declan McAndrew, Aiden Miller, Marietta Milunic, Aubrey Perera, Zoey Perini, Seth Piasecki, Morgan Pliska, Rowan Poplawski, Emma Price, Zoey Robbins, Charley Smith, Benjamin Thomas, Rohan Thomas, Richard Trichilo, Aubrey Urda, Lynette Weida, Frank Zieglar.

8th Grade: Shaylee Bellamy, Jakob Benedict, Anabelle Bowman, Charlotte Callahan, Allison Cosklo, Sienna Crockett, Aedan Curtis, Brook Danysh, Malachi Finn, Kaylee Fletcher, Efrain Hernandez, Trey Hummel, Coe Masters, Gage Mead, Addison Millard, Benjamin Millard, Joshua Miller, Jack Parisot, Emma Radford, Lindsey Reuss, Meleena Sarnosky, Ireland Shea, Gage Talbert, Emma Thatcher.

9th Grade: Nicholas Beach, Reagan Bishop-Russo, Andrew Burman, Sophia Davis, Aiden Empet, Matthew Jacob, Jordan Jagger, John Kelsey, Rustie Markle, Cheyenne McElroy, Demetra Messner, Alison Norsen, Karley Norton, Muriel Price, Aubrey Sanders, Layla Schwarztrauber, Vivian Sedlak, Katrina Skiscim , Dazlyn Sobol, Tori Teel, Addison Tompkins, Emily Trichilo, Dimitri Yasnovitch.

10th Grade: Hudson Bain, Aiden Beavers, Hailey Bills, Connor Boylan, Ian Briechle, Shelby Castrogiovanni, Jack Curtis, Jacob Ficarro, Madalynn Fletcher, Corinne Flynn, Zoe Handler, Odessa Hildebrand, Emma Karp, Addison Kilmer, Sean Larkin, Richard Masters, Trinity McAlla, Mayson McAndrew, Breanna Perini, Collin Pliska, Amber Price, Rory Shea, Brianna Smith, Caroline Symuleski, Annabella Tayoun, Joel Tigue, Joshua Tigue, Shane Toolan.

11th Grade: Brooklyn Anderson, Kylie Barhite, Paige Barnes, Michael Beach, Kacey Bloxham, Zayandre Bradford, Kennedy Calabro, Chelsea Empet, Rachael Evans, Keeley Flynn, Alexis Frisbie, Jackson Gesford, Luke Harvatine, Tanner Holtsmaster, Joshua Kamensky, Ryleigh Kilmer, Kylee Kozloski, Maelynn Lovelace, Alexander Madura, Coralynn McHenry, Molly McLaud, Shyanne Mesick, Caleb Moher, Jacob Ofalt, Miriam Sedlak, Paige Smith, Sierra Testa, Riley Turner, Jeremiah Tweed, Mackenzie Tyborowski, Jeremy Wells, Zackery Woyshnar, Anya Yasnovitch, Luke Zipprich.

12th Grade: Rylan Ainey, Braeden Alvord, Sydney Baker, Noah Barnes, Emma Barney, Daniel Belcher, Austin Bowman, Logan Dick, Joshua Fanelli, Carissa Flynn, Claire Getz, Jason Gumble, Holly Harvatine, Vanessa Harvey, Camryn Hicks, Rachel Hunter, Riley Jagger, Logan Jarnagin, Bronson Kilmer, Alexis Kozlowski, Christopher McClure, Bailey Millard, Hailey Miller, Caden Roach, Ethan Rodriguez, Lillian Sedlak, Kyra Slater, Mikaela Stout, Colyn Streich, Paige Strickland, Ryan Supancik, Penelope Ziegler, Lily Zrowka.

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Megan Tewksbury Earns KU Award

The Department of Psychology at Kutztown University hosted its annual Psi Chi Induction and Student Awards Ceremony Wednesday, April 10, 2024. The department awarded 11 seniors and one junior with departmental awards based on their individual achievements within the fields of research, fieldwork, internships, leadership, GPA and service.

Megan Tewksbury, of Meshoppen, PA is this year's recipient of the Scientist/Practitioner Award; this award goes to the person with excellence in fieldwork and research.

On her nomination, Psychology Professor Dr. Thomas Robinson wrote "she is the epitome of the ideal student: she studies hard and studies well; she's "book smart" but, most importantly, she has the special ability to accurately and appropriately apply that "book material" to real life with a level of awareness, sensitivity, and compassion that will make her a great therapist one day!".

Tewksbury served as a research assistant to Dr. Meghan Owenz for one year, from Spring 2023- Fall 2023, including spending the summer as a KU Bear. She participated in two projects: an intervention study to reduce mental health stigma and a multi-site study on inclusive teaching. "She was a fabulous assistant, managing participant recruitment and reimbursement, running focus groups, and analyzing data" wrote Dr. Owenz. Megan presented this research at the American Psychological Association's annual convention in Washington, DC in Summer of 2023.

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Kylee Lanfair On SNHU Dean's List

Kylee Lanfair, of Hallstead, has been named to Southern New Hampshire University's Winter 2024 Dean's List. The winter terms run from January to May.

Full-time undergraduate students who have earned a minimum grade-point average of 3.500 to 3.699 for the reporting term are named to the Dean's List. Full-time status is achieved by earning 12 credits over each 16-week term or paired 8-week terms grouped in fall, winter/spring, and summer.

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