Ephrata AM 4-11-23

Good Morning Ephrata! NAMES today is Tuesday April 11, 2023. Please rise for a moment of silence and a pledge to the flag.
This week, GSA will be selling bracelets, patches, pins, and more during all lunches! All proceeds from the sales are going out to support the Ephrata Public Library in their mission to be a resource for every community member. So, come out and support Ephrata GSA and the Public Library all at once.
Is your typical lunchtime banter boring you? Do you want to test your quizzical knowledge? Are you overly competitive when it comes to games that don't matter?
Sign up for lunch time trivia in the library on April 19!
Teams of 2 - 5 will be accepted after their lunch period is verified. A sign-up link has been posted on Schoology!
Libraries are important!  Write to your local elected officials and tell them why the Library is important to you.  Stop by the Media Center for a list of elected officials to choose from.  You can print your letter and drop it off at the Circulation Desk or email it to Mrs. Keiser at patricia_keiser@easdpa.org.  They will mail the letters for you!
A SORA Scavenger Hunt will be happening throughout the month of April.  Yes, books are available online too!  Stop by the Media Center for more details.  Prizes will be drawn at the end of the month.
Today is National pet day, although if you’re a pet owner, you know there’s not a day that goes by that you don’t celebrate your animal companion! So hug your hedgehog, bond with your bunny, and cut your kitty some catnip! That critter makes you happy — and that’s not all. Over the past 10 years, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has been a partner in research to determine the physical and mental benefits of having a pet. It turns out that not only can pets steal our hearts, but they also contribute to overall cardiovascular health by lowering cortisol, cholesterol, and blood pressure levels.
now back to the main desk
Attention Seniors: It’s time to vote for your 2023 Prom King and Queen. Ballots are on Schoology NOW and voting will take place in two segments. April 3-14 you will vote for your top six female and top six male nominees for King/Queen. April 17-21 you will vote for Prom King and Queen. Only one vote per student. Good luck! See you at Prom on April 22nd!
If you are interested in running for representative of Student Council for the 2023-2024 school year, please fill out the attached petition with 30 signatures of students in YOUR GRADE ONLY! You will also need a teacher letter of recommendation.  We take the top 6 students from each grade to be members of Student Council each year.  Petitions and teacher recommendations are due FRIDAY APRIL 14th! Voting will happen the following week.  If you have any questions, please stop down to see Mr. Marzock in room 137.
Wednesday, softball lost 6-3 at Conestoga Valley, tennis lost vs Hempfield, and baseball won 10-0 vs Conestoga Valley.
Thursday, softball won 5-0 at Dallastown, girls lacrosse lost at Manheim Twp, volleyball lost 0-3 at Manheim Central, and boys lacrosse lost vs Manheim Twp. 
yesterday, baseball won 13-2 vs Lebanon, tennis lost vs Manheim Twp, softball won 10-0 vs Lebanon
Today,  track is at LS, volleyball is home vs Lancaster Mennonite
Now back to the main desk
Students will go to period 6 for ACT today.
Have a great day Ephrata!

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