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2ND GRADER PRESENTS RESOLUTION AT STATE CAPITOL

Tyler Plunkard and his sister Taylor and mom Misty were special guests of Senator Stefano and Senator Wayne Langerholc at the capitol in Harrisburg. They took a resolution to the floor requesting that May be designated as National NF (Neurofibromatosis) Awareness Month. They were able to hang out with the senators and Representative Carl Metzger. They were so excited to be there and got a true behind the scenes tour of the capitol!
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Junior High Track Runs Well at Invitational - Boys Take Third

By Garrett Page

On Monday, May 6th, the Junior High Track Team attended the Saint Francis Invitational meet. The boys had a stunning performance getting 3rd place overall out of a total of 24 teams that attended, with a total of 64 points, by qualifiers that contributed to the scores in all different events. Eighth-grader Blake Klosky set a new Junior High school record in the Discus throw.

The top placers for Windber Junior High Boys’ and Girls’ are listed below:
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ASHLEY BUBENKO - ROTC CADET FOR A DAY

Ashley Bubenko attended the ROTC Cadet for a Day Program at Shippensburg University on Thursday, April 25th. She took a campus tour and met with instructors and cadets. She received hands-on experience with military equipment and vehicles at a Military Career Fair. Cadets performed a simulated tactical demonstration using helicopters and armored vehicles.
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CAFETERIA NEWS

With the end of the school year approaching, we are making every effort to reduce the amount of product we have on hand over the summer months. This is to ensure we are offering nothing but the best and freshest products to our students and customers. We will make every effort to ensure that we have all of the products needed according to the menu; however, situations can and do arise in which we must adjust our menus. Menu changes will be updated daily to our online Menu system Nutrislice. Please monitor Windber Area School District Social Media sites as well as www.windberschools.nutrislice.com for any changes that may be required. If there are any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Thank You for your continued patronage this school year!

Leandra Shonts
Food Service Director - Windber Area School District
The Nutrition Group
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Little League Challenger Division - Ages 4 to 22

VE Arbutus (VEA) is a local Baseball and Softball League with fields located in the Richland area of Johnstown. We are chartered under Little League International. It is our belief that all kids should have the opportunity to play baseball. The Little League Challenger Division is Little League’s adaptive baseball program for individuals with physical and intellectual challenges. Although VEA does not yet have an established full season challenger division, we are seeking interest to participate in VEA's first challenger game during our social weekend in June. The challenger game would be open to players age 4-22. The game would be a stress-free game with a focus of having fun. We anticipate that there would little to no cost to participate. If we get enough interest, we tentatively plan on having the challenger game June 1 at 5:00 PM.

Read more about the challenger division at https://www.littleleague.org/play-little- league/challenger/

If you are interested or have any questions about the challenger game, please send us an email at vearbutus1@gmail.com. We hope to hear from you.
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ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CAFETERIA EASTER FUN

There will be an Easter Egg hunt during Elementary Lunches on Thursday. Each Student who purchases a meal will receive an egg with a corresponding prize. Prizes include Dollar General Gift Cards, Kites, Water Bottles, Small Stuffed Animals, Stickers, Pencils and much more.
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Windber Pounds the Penn Cambria Panthers

By Veronica Crum
The Junior High Varsity Volleyball team pulled out a successful win against the Penn Cambria Panthers on Wednesday winning 2 sets to 1. Both teams were neck-and-neck during the matches. The winner of the game wasn't clear until the final game was over. All of the girls played hard and managed to win again.
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