Mr. Welsh’s Sports Medicine class participated in a Virtual meeting with the Drexel College of Medicine Cadaver Lab. Doctors and medical students performed live dissections and answered questions for the students.
Top 10% of over 1,000 students playing in the region in the Stock Market Game were the following students in Mrs. Thomas’s Personal Finance classes: Ryan Miriana (23/1002), Jack Batt (36/1002), Brian Baumann (10/1002), Emily Dougherty (45/1002), and Nathan Petrilla (54/1002)
Top 25% of over 1,000 students playing in the region in the Stock Market Game were the following students in Mrs. Thomas’s Personal Finance classes: In addition to those listed above, Jack Bolognone (250/1002), Michael Dillon (199/1002), Keegan Ford (212/1002), Paige Tokazewski (136/1002), and Tom Rebstock (228/1002). Other students scoring extremely well include Angelina Stambouli (293/1002), Carney Pettine (297/1002), and Ryann Sheehan (273/1002). All the students did a great job picking stocks, bonds, and mutual funds with their initial cash balance of $100,000.
Mrs. Schmauder and Ms. Chrupcala’s English classes adapted the current Mosaic trend on TikTok into a project encouraging students to explore their own identities and the different aspects of their lives that have shaped them as a close to the course focus on American Identity in English II CP and PR.
The Shawnee Art Show was a success, despite the challenges that were faced throughout the year. Art still happened during the pandemic. Even though the show was a smaller collection of student works compared to our annual “Evening of the Arts”, it was still a beautiful show that showcased our talented art students. Kathleen Palmer received “Best of Show” on her “Dolce” painting