10/21/13 Regular Meeting Minutes Page 3 of 11
Interim Executive Director and will become the Executive Director on January 1, 2014.
Negotiations were resolved in September retroactive to July 1, 2013 with a three year agreement with PSEA.
D. STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES:
Ashleigh Simpson reported:
She reviewed and thanked the board for her experience at the PSBA conference and the awesome experience she had there.
Homecoming is Saturday which means this week is spirit week.
Wade Spooner and Will Keenly were recently commended as National Merit Scholars. They were in the top 5% in their PSAT scores.
Two juniors took first and second place on their essay entered in the Dauphin County Cultural Diversity essay contest.
National Science Honor Society inducted 34 new members on October 3.
The LD Brain Busters team won last evening with a 400-195 victory over Northern. It will air on WGAL, October 26, at 12:30.
Some of last year’s Falcon Flash members submitted articles to the Ann
Magazine which features student writing throughout the region and were published in the back to school issue.
There is a very nice, new painting on the subway at the turf field done by eleven members of the National Art Society.
Massed Band night was last Friday at half time at the football game.
Our Chamber Singers, under the direction of Miss Colpo, have been invited to perform at the PMEA All State Conference. They are also performing on March 26, 2013 during Advocacy Day at the state capital.
James McDonough reported:
The fall sports season is coming to a close
olf’s Chad Stine place third at
Mid Penn championships; the
girls’ tennis double’s team won Mid Penn
doubles, and finished 3
in District III; In the Keystones, Boys’ cross country
won their division
; Boys’ soccer also won the division; Girls’ soccer also won
their division; Field Hockey also won the Keystone championship; and Football is 7-1 with five games being shutouts. This Friday is the homecoming game and senior recognition. Football Falcon Nation is bigger, stronger and louder this year. They have had a bright out, white out, military appreciation night, and most recently a pink out where they presented $4,900 to the Central Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition.
The Mini-Thon committee is hoping to have an even bigger goal this year after raising over $50,000 last year. They hope to build a bigger, brighter future, which is the theme.
The fall play, Front, is entering their eighth week of rehearsal in preparation of their performances on November 14, 15, and 16.
will be giving his report after Dr. Smith’s