Mr. Coon and Anclote High School’s Theatre students did a tremendous job with their production of Rumors, by Neil Simon this weekend at The Performing Arts Center at River Ridge. Congratulations to the entire cast and crew on a top-notch performance. A special thank you to all who supported the production including students, staff, families and community partners. The Cast of Rumors: Melissa Keles, Ethan Long, Sloane Searing, Zackary Skarpias, Brian Levitzske, McKenzie, Saroukos, Braxton Riddle, Gabby Uscategui, Kevin Pinero, and Christian Bailey.
Congratulations SENIORS!! The seniors beat the sophomores in sudden death to take the victory in finals of the 2014 Powder Puff game. The Sophomores performed an awesome routine and took first place for the cheerleaders! Thank you to all of the players, cheerleaders, coaches, and staff for making this event so successful. A very special thank you to Ms. Piazza for organizing this exciting event for our students.
Congratulations to the following students who were recently honored at the Principal’s Brunch: Jamie Mahs, Ashley Kickery, Samantha Williams, Andrew DiCristina, Eric Durnell, Tyler Evans, Braden Schum, Gabby Uscategui, Nicole Magnuson, Hailey Cotton, Ashley Benner, Loula Kelarakos, Brandon Brocuglio, Ray Wrixon, Olivia Holt, Adrianna Rogers, Lexi Tsirkonidis, Savanah Blaskvitch, Nick Boswell, and Sara Neville.
Anclote High School’s Energy Academy students, along with students from Marchman’s Electricity Program, presented a STEM integration activity for students at Sunray Elementary. Students engaged in activities that deepened their understanding of energy ‘at work’.
Chemistry students at AHS discover the power of spectroscopy as an analytic technique. Dr. Michael Allen, Director of Marketing and Product Development at Ocean Optics, visited Miss Adams’ Chemistry students explaining the basis for understanding how forensic investigators might apply spectroscopy techniques to the determination of materials failure and to the examination of cellular materials such as blood and tissue.
Congratulations to Brittany Elkins, Anclote High School’s Class of 2014 Valedictorian! She will earn her AA degree from PHSC this year prior to graduation and will be attending Western Carolina University in the fall, majoring in Mathematics Education. Brittany’s dedication to academics and her perseverance to succeed are greatly admired.