Ephrata AM 5-6-19





Good Morning Ephrata, NAMES today is Monday May 6, Please rise for a moment of silence and the pledge to the flag.




Bio boot camp will be held this week on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Sessions are in the cafeteria from 2:45 to 3:30pm. Please bring your laptop to each session.


There will be a meeting of the Tri-M Music Honor Society on Wednesday morning at 7:15 in the auditorium.


Seniors, It’s time to celebrate your future direction decisions.  You spent the majority of your senior year trying to decide what your future holds and where you would like to be next year.  All seniors who have made the decision to further their education by attending college, technical or trade school, art or nursing school, or who have enlisted in any branch of the armed services, are invited to show EHS where you will be continuing your schooling next year.  

Check out the bulletin board outside of the Counseling Office.  If you don’t see your picture there, you can email your counselor, send them a Schoology message, or stop by the Counseling Office  to drop your counselor a note about where you are headed next year (college or military).  Your picture will be posted on the bulletin board outside of the counseling office for everyone to see!  Don't delay!







The world's most comprehensive, and damning, report on the state of nature will be released on Monday in Paris. The UN's Global Assessment will highlight the distressing impact that humanity is having on the natural world. It will probably state that species are being lost at the fastest ever rate, mainly driven by the changing use of land. Rapid action is needed at the political level to avoid an ecological disaster.

In local news,

Ongoing medical advances are giving stroke patients more hope of a complete recovery than ever before. One of the latest advances, a procedure called mechanical thrombectomy, allows doctors to physically retrieve large blood clots from the brain before extensive damage occurs. Lancaster General Hospital is the first and only hospital in Lancaster County to offer this life-saving procedure.

On this day in 1937 The airship Hindenburg, the largest dirigible ever built and the pride Germany, bursts into flames upon touching its mooring mast in Lakehurst, New Jersey, killing 36 passengers and crewmembers.






In sports action, baseball won 4-2 vs E town and boys lacrosse won 14-5 at Conrad Weiser


The girls and boys track & field teams competed in the Blue Streak Relays held @ Manheim Township High School this weekend. The girls placed 2nd out of 11 teams while the boys placed 4th out of 12 teams.

First Place Teams Include

Girls Distance Medley Relay: Mary Campbell, Baileigh Andrews, Ashlyn Mazzocchi, and Alyssa Fedorshak

Girls 4x200 Meter Relay: Annie Slovak, Talia Sheaffer, Tamyra Martin, and Anaya Johnson

Girls 4x400 Meter Relay: Baileigh Andrews, Olivia Fedorshak, Faith Hershberger, and Mary Campbell


Boys Distance Medley Relay: Tyler Shue, Ben Kamide, Tanyon Loose, and Andrew Foster

Boys 4x100 Meter Relay: Humberto Cisneros, Logan Usner, Brian Barrrera, and Stanley Wratto

Today, the teams will face Solanco @ 4:00 PM. This will be their last dual meet of the season, and we will recognize seniors at the conclusion of the meet. Come on out to support our track & field teams. Go MOUNTS!


Attention all Freshman, Sophomores, & Juniors.  Fall sports signups are underway on Schoology. Fall sports available are: boys & girls soccer, field hockey, football, girls tennis, girls volleyball,  coed golf, and coed cross country.    Please remember to sign up as soon possible.  If you have any questions please stop by the athletic office and ask Mrs. Cummings.


Come out to support the Ephrata Unified Track and Field team take on McCaskey and Conestoga Valley this Thursday May 9th.  The home meet will start at 4:00 pm.  We hope to see you there!


today, track hosts Solanco and volleyball is home vs Lancaster Mennonite




Hey Freshmen!!!  You may now start returning money and forms for your fundraiser—the ever famous NOSUB sale—to room 211.  Bring them by at any time of the day, but if Dr. Gambler isn’t there, you’ll have to come back when he is.  Do NOT just leave forms in the room.  Let’s work together and make this a successful fundraiser for our class.


This announcement is for any student who is planning on going to summer school this year.  Be sure to complete the necessary procedures to keep your laptop over the summer as you will need it for your class.  If you have any questions, check out Schoology or stop by the Mounts Tech Support office for more information.



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