Ephrata AM 4-18-23

Good Morning Ephrata! NAMES today is Tuesday April 18, 2023. Please rise for a moment of silence and a pledge to the flag.
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.
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! ---------------------------------
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!
Guess Who's Reading What - The Media Center is running a contest all week.  Stop by to see if you can guess which staff member is reading which book.  The display is located on the bulletin board as soon as you walk into the Library.  Place your answer sheet in the box provided.  The person with the most correct answers will win a prize at the end of the week.
Represent Your Love of Reading
      On Wednesday April 19th, wear a message of positivity or book-ish shirt
      On Thursday April 20th, wear a shirt that represents your favorite genre
      On Friday April 21st, wear a shirt that represents your FReadom to read
Stop by the Media Center for more information on any of the activities that are going on this month.
(QR code in email) Attention all photographers! Start looking through your photos and posts for great pictures around Ephrata — there’s a photo contest for you! The students traveling to Eberbach, Germany on the exchange this summer are making a calendar of Ephrata to give as gifts and we want to showcase your work.  Whether you took the picture for photography class or for an Instagram post, if you think you have a great shot, submit it for consideration.  Categories include: Local landmarks, seasonal scenery, and fun with friends.  Photographers with photos that are selected will get a free copy of the calendar and of course photo credit on the page.  Just remember that if your picture includes people, you will need permission from the person in the shot.  Submit entries at https://bit.ly/EEPhotoContest
(photo in email) Congratulations to Micah Bautista who is attending PMEA ALL State Honors Band this week.  During the 2022–23 school year, accomplished  high school music students across the state of Pennsylvania have diligently practiced and earn chairs in their district level band and then their regional level band to gain a seat in the all state music honor ensembles.  These most accomplished high school music students will take part in Pennsylvania Music Educators All State Ensembles 2023 being held at the Kalahari  Resorts and Conventions Center in the Poconos.  This event will include several rehearsals with the conductors and workshops with renowned clinicians. Each ensemble will perform in concerts on Saturday,  April 22.  Ensembles include the Symphony Orchestra, Concert Band, Wind Ensemble, Vocal Jazz,  and Jazz Ensemble.
now back to the main desk
Attention prom goers!!!!
please remember you need to bring your ticket and a form of ID ( like a drivers license or school ID) to enter the prom.
Please remember to park in the parking garage and the address is on your tickets!
You will not be allowed into the prom with large bags like book bags only small purses or clutches.
If you leave the prom at any time there will be no re-entry.
Any questions please message mrs. Petri
Attention Seniors: It’s time to vote for your 2023 Prom King and Queen. This week you will vote for Prom King and Queen. Only one vote per student. Good luck! See you at Prom on April 22nd!
This is a reminder to senior German students, that applications for the Friends of Eberbach award are due on Wednesday, April 19th to Frau Nace. The Friends of Eberbach seek to maintain and expand the relationship between Ephrata and her sister-city in Eberbach, Germany by fostering international understanding through exchange experiences in education, art, music, athletics and economic endeavors.
Voting for NEXT YEARS Student Council is taking place right now on Schoology and will continue until THIS WEDNESDAY April 19th.  Just check out your class group on Schoology to vote.  The link is there waiting for you.  Students should vote for your TOP 6 to represent your class for the 2023-2024 School Year. Again, Only 6 can be picked. You have until Wednesday April 19th at 11:15 pm to vote. At that time, the votes will be counted!!!! Good luck to all running. If you pick more than 6, your vote will NO LONGER COUNT. If you pick less than 6 , your vote will still count. Please vote for only your grade or your vote will NO LONGER COUNT. Again, good luck to all running.
Yesterday, baseball won 9-0 vs Lebanon. Dillon Shortuse pitched into the 7th inning, striking out 9 and preserving the shutout victory. Volleyball won 3-0 vs West York, and softball won 17-1 at Lebanon. Ellie Meier struck out 9 while pitching for the huge victory margin. 
Also last night, the Ephrata Track and Field program traveled to E-town to face the Bears. Despite cold and windy conditions, both teams prevailed, preserving their perfect Section II records of 4 wins and 0 losses.
The official scores were:
Boys: Ephrata 86 / Etown 64
Girls: Ephrata 83 / Etown 63
Event winners on the boy’s side were:
The 4x800 relay team of Milo Smee, Noah Wingenroth, Miles Campbell, and Noah Keller
Jeremiah Knowles in the 100- and 200-meter dash
Parker Loose in the 1600-meter run
Nick Keller in the 400-meter dash
The 4x100 relay team of Sampson Gibson, Nick Keller, Angel Collazo-Colon and Nick Keller
Angel Collazo-Colon in the 300-meter hurdles
Noah Keller in the 800-meter run
The 4x400 relay team of Jeremiah Knowles, Noah Keller, Miles Campbell and Nick Keller
Tobias Barret in the Long, Triple and High Jumps
Sam McCracken in the javelin with a NEW SCHOOL RECORD THROW of 172 feet 4 inches
Event winners on the girl’s side were:
The 4x800 relay team of Katie Brass, Kauri Parsons, Hannah Miller and Madison Kimmel
Lydia Shuke in the 100-meter hurdles and high jump
Jianna Long in the 400 and 200-meter dash
Kat Baker in the 300-meter hurdles
Madison Kimmel in the 800-meter run
The 4x400 relay team of Marie McCracken, Katie Brass, Madison Kimmel and Jianna Long
Sydney Hornberger in the Long Jump
Courtney Smith in the triple jump
Sophia Rivera in the shot put
This Saturday the track team will travel to compete in the Shippensburg Invitational before coming home next Monday to host a HUGE Section II showdown versus Conestoga Valley.
today, lacrosse plays Cedar Crest. The boys are away and the girls are home. 
Now back to the main desk
Students will go to period 4 for ACT today. There will not be a show tomorrow, so see you on Thursday!
Have a great day Ephrata!

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