Central Bucks West: Munger scores 1,000th point in win over Pennridge
Conifer High School's Adaptive Athletics Program Helping to Create Friendships
Back on my Feet: Making a Difference One Step at a Time
A Blast from the Past: English Teacher Unearths a Part of his Students' Childhood
Middle Schooler Rocks the Mat and the Mic
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Central Bucks West: Munger scores 1,000th point in win over Pennridge on 17 December 2014 by digitalsportsnews
For Central Bucks West senior, Nicole Munger, Tuesday’s game against Pennridge meant the opportunity to reach her 1,000-point milestone. Although she was only 12 points away from the goal, Munger didn’t want to get to celebrate until after the game. “I knew the situation, and I don’t want to take anything away from it — I was really excited for it, but I like to go with the flow,” [...]
Conifer High School's Adaptive Athletics Program Helping to Create Friendships on 16 December 2014 by digitalsportsnews
In Jefferson County, Colorado, Conifer High School is things a little differently. The school has created the Adaptive Athletics program, which gets students involved with students with special needs. In her junior year at Conifer, student, Taylor Sader-Neade was looking for something a little different than the standard courses and decided to enroll in the Adaptive Physical Education class. " [...]
Back on my Feet: Making a Difference One Step at a Time on 15 December 2014 by digitalsportsnews
Founded in 2007 by Anne Mahlum, Back on My Feet is a Philadelphia-based nonprofit that uses running as a tool to build self-esteem in the homeless. “We believe running instills confidence, motivation and goal-setting,” said Kristen Kouk, a spokeswoman for the Dallas chapter. “Take Jerry, for example. You can’t run 13 miles without putting the right training in. Running definitely teach [...]
A Blast from the Past: English Teacher Unearths a Part of his Students' Childhood on 12 December 2014 by digitalsportsnews
When you check your mailbox at home, what do you typically find? For most, it’s a mix of junk mail and bills. In an age where technology rules, we seldom receive a hand-written letter anymore. Imagine the surprise when students received not only a hand-written letter, but one that they had written themselves 20 years earlier! For nearly 40 years, Bruce Farrer has been keeping the thrill of a [...]
- Fall Athletics Update The office will open in the fall for athletics on August 11. Here are the items you will need to be eligible (and receive your green card) on your first day of practice on August 18 (hs football only) and August 23 (all other sports): 1. A current physical (that doesn’t expire during the season). 2. 3 signed forms: a. Concussion awareness (in athletic handbook) b. Medical (in athletic handbook) c. Inherent risk form – must do new one for 2010-11 school year. 3. Purchase an ASB. 4. Your second semester grades must meet our school standard: a. 2.0 or higher GPA. b. No “F” grades. c. If you don’t meet that standard, you will be on academic probation (see handbook) the first three weeks of the season (beginning when school starts). Remember… your coach cannot allow you to practice without you handing them an eligibility card. Don’t wait until the last minute to get your paperwork taken care of. Have a great summer!
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