Many thanks to Asenka Christokumar, Kerri Naughton (not pictured) and Jason Ehrlich who led the charge for the National English Honor Society collecting books to donate to the Broomall Rotary Club and the Honeybrook Free Library.
HS Reading teacher Amy Gallagher is proud to announce that one of her Reading Strategies students, freshman Matt Dobbins, has won Scope magazine's writing contest for his essay titled, "Life Before Smartphones." He has been awarded a $25 gift card and the admiration of his classmates!
Congratulations to the MNHS Reading Olympics Team!
Pictured from team 'Life as We Knew it' - Briana Kochumuttom, Kyria Brennan, Madilyn Impriano, Amie Dumbuya, Maria Kaltsidis, Jessica Tran.
Not pictured - Luke Hill, Charlotte McAuliffe, Sheryl Biju, Ariana Nakati, and Sauella Kamala
The Renaissance Program honored our Digital Citizenship Award winners this month.
"Digital Citizenship" honorees were recognized in a virtual pre-recorded ceremony that is now live. You can access the link here: https://youtu.be/rgiXJoY7U6A. This is not a live ceremony and therefore can be watched at your convenience.
Students were selected by a Marple Newtown High School staff member to be named as a Marple Newtown Renaissance Program Digital Citizenship award winner. Students were nominated for this honor based upon a staff member’s perceptions as they consider students who:
- Demonstrate exemplary digital citizenship
- Contribute positively to the virtual learning environment
- Lead by example
We are proud of the accomplishments of our students especially during the current scholastic circumstances. Renaissance is continuing our efforts to highlight the optimistic attitudes and positive conduct of our students. Congratulations to all of our winners!
Congratulations Inductees to our English, Science, and Social Studies Honor Societies! Please see the induction video below: