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Warrior Rewind...October 2019

Take a look at what we have been up to in Warrior Country!

October Edition

  • 2019-20 Homecoming was held on 10/4/19 as Rhiley McNett won the homecoming Queen honors while Garrett Storch was voted the homecoming King. The weekend began with a parade followed by the football game on Friday night in which the Warriors prevailed!
  • In an effort to increase school security, all staff and students have been assigned parking permits. The permits must be clearly visible in vehicles when parking on school property
  • Our 10th/11th graders took the PSAT on 10/16/19
  • On 10/18/19, the 7th-12th graders viewed the Safe2Say refresher video.The video was displayed on the TV in each of the rooms in the high school.
  • The PAYS survey was administered to 8th/10th/12th graders on 10/21/19.
  • On 10/25/19, The Pennsylvania State Police visited our campus for a pre-scheduled lockdown drill using their K9 crew to do a search of the property. We are pleased to announce that the search did not reveal any illegal substances.
  • Our PBIS team and Student council along with community members Sean Tymeson and Jesus Orva designed an amazing pep rally for our students as we prepared for the 2019-20 Old Shoe game on 10/25/19.
  • The marking period ended on 10/28/19.
  • Activity period which allows students to participate in activities that appeal to their interests is held each Wednesday for 30 minutes.
  • Five of our students attended the FFA national conference in Indianapolis.
  • We are in the process of adding a new member to our Warrior team as we prepare to fill our history/social studies vacancy.
  • Our 10th Graders took the ASVAB test on 10/31/19
  • We are looking forward to the next month here in WARRIOR COUNTRY!
Mr. Donald Jacopetti Donald graduated high school from the South Williamsport Area School District and then attended the Pennsylvania State University where he earned his Bachelor degree in Exercise and Sport Science. Shortly after graduating in 1998, from Penn State, he began teaching in the New Hope-Solebury school district near Philadelphia as a Health and Physical Education teacher. In 2002, A teaching opportunity then became available in the Southern Tioga School District where he began teaching Health, Physical Education and Driver Education at North Penn High School. Along with his teaching responsibilities in Southern Tioga School District, Mr. Jacopetti helped develop curriculum, was the class advisor for two senior classes, coached basketball and performed various dean of student's duties. In addition to his employment responsibility, Jacopetti also earned a Master's of Science in Instruction and a Master's of Science in Administration and Leadership from Drexel University. In 2015, Mr. Jacopetti began as the Assistant Principal at Wyalusing Valley High School. During his tenure, he assumed numerous leadership roles in addition to the typical Assistant Principal including Athletic Director, Director of Student Services and District Safety Coordinator. He currently resides in Montoursville with his wife and four children.

Danielle Greer

Mrs. Danielle Greer is the Secretary to the CHS Principal.  Some of her duties include:

  • Daily Teacher Substitute Scheduling
  • Purchase Orders/Requisitions
  • Graduation Preparation
  • Scholarships
  • Central Treasury Deposits
  • Working papers
  • Updating Student Information

Michelle Ward

Mrs. Michelle Ward is the CHS building secretary.  Some of her duties include:

  • Daily Student Attendance
  • Daily Sport Attendance
  • Excuse Requests/Attendance Letters
  • Central Treasury