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Shawnee Junior Jun Choi was selected to perform with the New Jersey State Symphonic Band. The group performed at Rutgers University as part of the New Jersey Music Educators Association's State Conference. Jun was selected based off a successful audition against the State's best young musicians.
On March 8th, Shawnee hosted the “Running and Winning” Workshop, sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Burlington County and the Alice Paul Institute. Held during Women’s History Month, the workshop’s purpose was to encourage young women to think about getting involved in the political process and to develop leadership skills. Students from Mrs. Lorenz’ American Women’s classes had the opportunity to interview female elected officials in small groups & research this year’s selected topic of the minimum wage. In small collaborative teams they created either a pro or a con campaign speech and poster on this issue with their group. Speeches and posters were shared with the entire group. A big thank you to both Mr. Hochenberger and Mr. Pistone and their students for coordinating the photography and videoing of this event to ensure its success!
Shawnee Boys Basketball SJ Group IV Champions!! Shawnee 76 Toms River North 72 in triple overtime. Shawnee: Dylan Deveney 31, Dean Noll 19, Sean Heine 12, Pat Kernan 6, Connor Deveney 4, Daevon Robinson 2, Kane Feudtner 2. Great job by our Shawnee students bringing positive energy the entire game!! Seemed like a home game.
On Thursday, March 2, the Shawnee High School Multicultural Club volunteered at the LRHSD Job Fair with their adviser, Debra Bunn, who is Shawnee's Representative on the Job Fair Committee along with Brigitte Watson. The students assisted with refreshments and door prizes, along with taking advantage of the opportunity to visit the fifty employers present at this year's Job Fair.
Shawnee High School Student Council sponsored a Volleyball Tournament on Tuesday, February 28. There were a total of 10 student teams and 1 faculty team. The first place team was "Head to Beach One". Members of the team were: Brendan Mulligan, James Rudman, Ryan Hileman, Shawn Levondoski, Athena DeFulio, Kayla McDonald, Sydney Harris, Kate McLaughlin, and coach: Olivia Schuck. The second place team was Red, White and Spike and the third place team was Team Shawnee which was the faculty team. It was a great night enjoyed by all. Student Council thanks those that participated.
Monday, March 6th – Friday, March 17th We invite you to participate in our Fundraising Campaign. Profits from this fundraiser will go directly into student accounts to be used for their senior trip, prom, etc. As we do not allow or promote door-to-door sales, we hope that each family will participate by sharing the enclosed brochure with relatives, friends, neighbors, and co-workers. Thank you for your continued support of Shawnee High School-Sophomore Class of 2019. Questions regarding this fundraiser please contact Rachel Belville (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Stefani Kirk (email@example.com) REMINDER Clearly place orders on the Order Form and return to Mrs. Kirk in A103 by Friday, March 17th (a copy will be made and given back to you as your receipt) 50% of total sales will go to your personal student account!! This is a pre-collect sale therefore we ask that you collect money when order is placed. Make checks or money orders payable to: Shawnee High School. PRODUCT DELIVERY: Your orders will be ready for pickup on by the end of March after school in A103.
Congratulations to Claire Hauser, Taylor Dirscherl, Grace Kearns and Kara Bonner who set a new school record in the Distance Medley Relay with a time of 12:20.11. Mitch Casey tied the school record in pole vault with a jump of 14 feet and Mark Miller placed 5th in the mile at Eastern States with a time of 4 minutes and 23 seconds.
On February 27th, Shawnee High School students celebrated the birthday of Dr. Seuss by participating in the nationwide Read Across America program. Sponsored by the National Education Association, the mission of this program is to promote reading at an early age with the hope that reading becomes a life-long activity. Fifty-four 4 and 5 year old children from the Small World and the United Methodist Church preschools in Medford, NJ were invited to Shawnee for this unique reading event.
Grace Kearns, Claire Hauser, Taylor Dirscherl and Kara Bonner placed 6th in the 4x800 meter relay at the Meet of Champs with a time of 9:37.54. This time qualifies them for the Penn Relays in April. Their individual splits were Grace, 2:24; Claire, 2:25, Taylor, 2:29 and Kara, 2:17.
The health and safety of our students and staff is of utmost importance to the Lenape Regional High School District (District) Board of Education and Administration. As required by New Jersey Department of Education regulations, all drinking water outlets in our facilities must be sampled for lead.