Ephrata AM 4-23-19

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Good Morning Ephrata, NAMES today is Tuesday April 23, Please rise for a moment of silence and the pledge to the flag.

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SILENCE/FLAG VIDEO

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The library will be holding quiet hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the school day beginning TODAY. Just in time for testing season, the library will provide a quiet place to study for students during all periods on Tuesdays and Thursdays through the end of May. Any students in the library (study hall pass, Senior Flex, NHS pass, or flexible learning) will be expected to be very quiet or silent. Any student unable to adhere to this request will be asked to leave.

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This announcement is for any student taking an AP Exam this May.  TOMORROW, April 24th, there will be a mandatory AP Pre-Administration meeting in the cafeteria immediately following homeroom.  All students who are taking an AP Exam must attend.  Seniors who come in late are expected to show up in the cafeteria by 7:45AM.  During this meeting, you’ll receive your AP student packs (with your AP number) and you’ll complete portions of your AP answer sheets.  

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Mrs. Hall’s Communications classes (through the Hall of a Good 2 U Company) are working to raise money for Homes of Hope. Our products make great gifts – including a gift for yourself! Please watch the following video, and consider making a purchase to help a great cause!

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VIDEO

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NOW OVER TO ____ WITH THE NEWS

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NEWS INTRO VIDEO

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President Donald Trump has decided to end exemptions from sanctions for countries still buying oil from Iran. The White House said waivers for China, India, Japan, South Korea and Turkey would expire in May, after which they could face US sanctions themselves. This decision is intended to bring Iran's oil exports to zero, denying the government its main source of revenue. Iran insisted the sanctions were illegal and that it had attached "no value or credibility" to the waivers. Trump reinstated the sanctions last year after abandoning a landmark 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers.

In other news,

A large-scale trial of what has been called the world's first malaria vaccine to give partial protection to children is due to start in Malawi. The RTS,S vaccine trains the immune system to attack the malaria parasite, which is spread by mosquito bites. Earlier, smaller trials showed that nearly 40% of the 5-to-17-month-olds who received it were protected. Malaria cases appear to be on the rise again after a decade of success in combating the deadly disease.

on this day in 1564 Shakespeare was born and died on this day in 1616. Although the plays of William Shakespeare may be the most widely read works in the English language, little is known for certain about the playwright himself. Some scholars even believe the plays were not written by William Shakespeare of Stratford-upon-Avon but by some other well-educated, aristocratic writer who wished to remain anonymous

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NOW OVER TO __ WITH LUNCH

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SPORTS INTRO VIDEO

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In sports action, baseball lost vs Hempfield, Boys lacrosse won 18-5 vs Garden Spot, boys volleyball won 3-0 at E town, and girls lacrosse lost at Hempfield 

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This weekend our girls and boys track & field teams competed in the Shippensburg Invitational. This is one of the biggest invitationals in the state. Our teams fared well and showed that they can hang with anyone. The girls placed 8th out of 44 teams with a team score of 24, and our boys placed 7th out of 45 teams with a team score of 27.

Girls Point Scorers (Finished Top 8):

Anaya Johnson placed 3rd out of 36 runners in the 100 meter dash

4x100 relay placed 6th out of 14 teams – Annie Slovak, Faith Hershberger, Tamyra Martin, and Anaya Johnson

Mary Campbell placed 3rd out of 43 runners in the 1600 meter run

Alyssa Fedorshak placed 7th out of 43 runners in the 1600 meter run

4x400 relay placed 8th out of 14 teams – Baileigh Andrews, Alyssa Fedorshak, Faith Hershberger, and Mary Campbell

Kandice Leibl placed 5th out of 26 throwers in the javelin

Lexie Clayton placed 6th out of 24 thowers in the discuss

Kelly Cummings became the first Ephrata track & field athlete to compete in the 2000 meter steeplechase. She has set the bar for future runners.

Boys Point Scorers (Finished Top 8):

Tyler Shue won the 1600 meter run

Andrew Foster placed 2nd out of 37 runners in the 3200 meter run

4x100 relay placed 8th out of 22 teams – Humberto Cisneros, Logan Usner, Stefano Astudillo, and Stanley Wratto

4x400 meter relay placed 2nd out of 19 teams – Ben Kamide, Stefano Astudillo, Andrew Foster, and Tyler Shue

Both programs will head to Garden Spot today. Wish them luck. Go MOUNTS!

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Attention anyone interested in playing Golf for the Ephrata Golf team in the Fall. There will be an informational meeting with Mr. Souder in the high school

gym at 3:30 on Wednesday April 24th. Again, anyone interested in playing golf for the Ephrata Golf team in the Fall should plan on attending this meeting with Mr. Souder in the high school gym at 3:30 on WednesdayApril 24th.- Go Mounts!!!

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today,  volleyball is at Garden Spot, track is at Garden Spot, and girls lacrosse hosts Warwick

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4/23 Tuesday: Attention all sophomores we have begun your class fundraiser with your official class shirts. Starting now you can order your shirts to show off your Ephrata pride. Ask your homeroom teacher for order forms.

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