high school – Adventurebase100 http://adventurebase100.org/ Wed, 16 Mar 2022 05:26:17 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://adventurebase100.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-3-120x120.png high school – Adventurebase100 http://adventurebase100.org/ 32 32 Interlochen student becomes Poetry Out Loud state champion https://adventurebase100.org/interlochen-student-becomes-poetry-out-loud-state-champion/ Wed, 09 Mar 2022 19:40:00 +0000 https://adventurebase100.org/interlochen-student-becomes-poetry-out-loud-state-champion/ LANSING, Mich. (WXYZ) — There are many different ways to express yourself. For these students, it is through the art of poetry. Michigan Humanities and the Michigan Council of Arts and Culture announced Interlochen Arts Academy senior Gabriel Blaikie as the 2022 Poetry Out Loud State Champion. “This year’s event had so much impact. It […]]]>

LANSING, Mich. (WXYZ) — There are many different ways to express yourself. For these students, it is through the art of poetry.

Michigan Humanities and the Michigan Council of Arts and Culture announced Interlochen Arts Academy senior Gabriel Blaikie as the 2022 Poetry Out Loud State Champion.

“This year’s event had so much impact. It was amazing to see the students connect through the workshops and the competition,” Michigan Humanities CEO and Acting President Jennifer Rupp said in a press release. “We are so lucky to have been able to meet in person this year to experience the incredible work these students are putting into this program. »

Michigan Humanities

Gabriel Blaikie

According to the press release, contestants had to recite works they had memorized from an anthology containing more than 1,100 poems.

Michigan Humanities says Blaikie recited Dennis O’Driscoll’s “Tomorrow”, Aphra Behn’s “A Thousand Martyrs” and Stuart Dybek’s “Windy City”.

Here are the finalists for the 2022 Poetry Out Loud competition:

  1. Nour Dagher, Star International Academy – Dearborn Heights
  2. Adeline Frazier, Houghton High School – Houghton
  3. Audrey Gietzen, Petoskey High School – Petoskey

The organization says Blaikie will compete in the National Finals virtually in May 2022. The Poetry Out Loud National Finals will award schools and organizations a total of $50,000 in stipends.

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Student Council Members Join the Cast of Yatogame-chan Kansatsu Nikki TV Anime https://adventurebase100.org/student-council-members-join-the-cast-of-yatogame-chan-kansatsu-nikki-tv-anime/ Fri, 04 Mar 2022 12:39:34 +0000 https://adventurebase100.org/student-council-members-join-the-cast-of-yatogame-chan-kansatsu-nikki-tv-anime/ Three new cast members have been revealed for season four of Yatogame-chan Kansatsu Nikki, an ongoing short television anime based on Masaki Andou’s regional comic manga about a boy born in Tokyo who befriends an eccentric local girl from Nagoya after he and her family move to Aichi Prefecture. New cast members include: Sumire Uesaka […]]]>

Three new cast members have been revealed for season four of Yatogame-chan Kansatsu Nikki, an ongoing short television anime based on Masaki Andou’s regional comic manga about a boy born in Tokyo who befriends an eccentric local girl from Nagoya after he and her family move to Aichi Prefecture. New cast members include:

A character set of Shou Kochikashi from the upcoming fourth season of the Yatogame-chan Kansatsu Nikki TV anime.  Shou is a blue-haired, blue-eyed high school girl who wears a sailor uniform and captain's cap along with a yellow armband identifying her as a member of the student council.

Sumire Uesaka as Shou Kochikashithe president of the student council.

A character set of Kei Aonaji from the upcoming fourth season of the Yatogame-chan Kansatsu Nikki TV anime.  Kei is a high school girl with red hair and red eyes.  She wears a sailor uniform, a small crown and yellow leggings along with a yellow armband identifying her as a member of the student council.

Sora Tokui as Kei Aonajithe vice president of the student council.

A character set of Kiina Asaka from the upcoming fourth season of the Yatogame-chan Kansatsu Nikki TV anime.  Kiina is a high school girl with pale lilac hair and light purple eyes.  She wears a face mask with a large black

And Reo Kurachi like Kiina Asakathe treasurer of the student council.

Crunchyroll is currently streaming the previous three seasons and describing the story of Yatogame-chan Kansatsu Nikki as following:

After growing up in Tokyo, high school student Jin Kaito moves to Nagoya where he meets Yatogame Monaka, another student who fully showcases her Nagoya dialect. With his cat-like appearance and unvarnished Nagoya dialect, Yatogame won’t open up to him at all. This popular local comedy boosts Nagoya’s status through watching the adorable Yatogame-chan!

The fourth season of Yatogame-chan Kansatsu Nikki The television anime is directed by Hisayoshi Hirasawa and features animation production by Hayabusa Film with cooperation from Creators in Pack. The series will air in Japan on TV Aichi from April 02, 2022, with additional shows to follow on BS11 from April 03, 2022 and AT-X from April 07, 2022.

Sources:

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comedic Natalie

Official Yatogame-chan Kansatsu Nikki TV anime homepage

Copyright Notice: © Masaki Andou・Ichijinsha / Yatogame-chan 4 Production Committee

Crunchyroll-Hime poses for a Crunchyroll banner ad.

Paul Chapman is the host of The Greatest Movie EVER! Podcast and GME! Lively fun time.

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RC&D Council and State Legislature Make Way for PCHS Scope of Practice Upgrades – Franklin County Times https://adventurebase100.org/rcd-council-and-state-legislature-make-way-for-pchs-scope-of-practice-upgrades-franklin-county-times/ Wed, 02 Mar 2022 16:27:31 +0000 https://adventurebase100.org/rcd-council-and-state-legislature-make-way-for-pchs-scope-of-practice-upgrades-franklin-county-times/ Thanks to a $15,000 grant from the Northwest RC&D Council, made possible by funding from the Alabama Legislature, Phil Campbell High School was able to complete its scope of practice upgrade. The funds were used for the installation of drainage, base and artificial grass. RC&D members, school employees and local officials attended the announcement of […]]]>

Thanks to a $15,000 grant from the Northwest RC&D Council, made possible by funding from the Alabama Legislature, Phil Campbell High School was able to complete its scope of practice upgrade.

The funds were used for the installation of drainage, base and artificial grass. RC&D members, school employees and local officials attended the announcement of the completion of the community development project at the school on February 28.

Northwest Resource Conservation & Development is a 501(c)(3) organization that supports educational and community development projects in Northwest Alabama, serving Franklin, Colbert, Lauderdale, Marion, and Winston counties.

Funds are provided by the state legislature and groups within the counties served apply for grants. RC&D selects the beneficiaries and distributes the funds.

Representative Proncey Robertson explained that schools and sports teams have budgets that could not undertake certain projects without additional funding.

“We are proud to be able to support projects through the North West RC&D council so that there can be a focus on meeting needs beyond what can be covered by core budgets alone,” said said Robertson. “We pride ourselves on filling those holes when we can.”

Robertson said the Legislature tries to provide more funding for RC&D each year so additional projects can be done. “It’s an example of local taxpayers’ money coming back to meet local needs.”

For PCHS coach Kevin Barnwell, carrying out the project is a question of quality and increased safety for the students.

“The improvements to our practice field provide our students with a safe place to practice,” Barnwell explained. “Terrain can become uneven and present safety issues, and our new setup is much better equipped to provide a safe training location. With these upgrades, students can even train safely in the rain. .

Rep. Jamie Kiel expressed enthusiasm for the legislature allocating funds to rural projects, like this one.

“Our coaches and players work hard and deserve proper facilities,” he said, “and I’m thrilled the Alabama legislature can help make that possible.”

Northwest RC&D Vice President Don Barnwell said the Council is proud to be able to help with projects like this.

“We’re able to make a big impact in the counties we serve by allocating these funds, and it’s something we’re excited to be able to do.”

For Lauranne James, Executive Director of Northwest RC&D, driving range upgrades are an important way to improve the student experience.

“We love that we can help bring projects to fruition to benefit our local schools and communities,” she said, “so that needed projects can receive the funding they should have.”

Katernia Cole Coffey, Franklin County Extension Coordinator and Northwest RC&D member, said it was important to provide relief whenever possible.

“This improved training ground will help athletes perform at a higher level while being good for school budgets,” Coffey said. “I’m so glad we can be a part of this worthwhile project and help ease the burden on the school in making these improvements.”

It’s a value that Barry Moore, Chairman of the Franklin County Commission and member of the Northwest RC&D Council, has declared to be valid.

“I appreciate that our state legislature and RC&D office staff are administering these grants,” he said, “and I look forward to seeing the benefits this will bring to the school.”

PCHS Director Darit Riddle also expressed his gratitude for the grant and the completion of the project.

“We are grateful for the support of our local schools by providing the necessary funding for this project,” Riddle said. “It’s something we couldn’t afford otherwise.”

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RC&D Council and State Legislature Make Way for PCHS Scope of Practice Upgrades – Franklin County Times https://adventurebase100.org/rcd-council-and-state-legislature-make-way-for-pchs-scope-of-practice-upgrades-franklin-county-times-2/ Wed, 02 Mar 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://adventurebase100.org/rcd-council-and-state-legislature-make-way-for-pchs-scope-of-practice-upgrades-franklin-county-times-2/ Thanks to a $15,000 grant from the Northwest RC&D Council, made possible by funding from the Alabama Legislature, Phil Campbell High School was able to complete its scope of practice upgrade. The funds were used for the installation of drainage, base and artificial grass. RC&D members, school employees and local officials attended the announcement of […]]]>

Thanks to a $15,000 grant from the Northwest RC&D Council, made possible by funding from the Alabama Legislature, Phil Campbell High School was able to complete its scope of practice upgrade.

The funds were used for the installation of drainage, base and artificial grass. RC&D members, school employees and local officials attended the announcement of the completion of the community development project at the school on February 28.

Northwest Resource Conservation & Development is a 501(c)(3) organization that supports educational and community development projects in Northwest Alabama, serving Franklin, Colbert, Lauderdale, Marion, and Winston counties.

Funds are provided by the state legislature and groups within the counties served apply for grants. RC&D selects the beneficiaries and distributes the funds.

Representative Proncey Robertson explained that schools and sports teams have budgets that could not undertake certain projects without additional funding.

“We are proud to be able to support projects through the North West RC&D council so that there can be a focus on meeting needs beyond what can be covered by core budgets alone,” said said Robertson. “We pride ourselves on filling those holes when we can.”

Robertson said the Legislature tries to provide more funding for RC&D each year so additional projects can be done. “It’s an example of local taxpayers’ money coming back to meet local needs.”

For PCHS coach Kevin Barnwell, carrying out the project is a question of quality and increased safety for the students.

“The improvements to our practice field provide our students with a safe place to practice,” Barnwell explained. “Terrain can become uneven and present safety issues, and our new setup is much better equipped to provide a safe training location. With these upgrades, students can even train safely in the rain. .

Rep. Jamie Kiel expressed enthusiasm for the legislature allocating funds to rural projects, like this one.

“Our coaches and players work hard and deserve proper facilities,” he said, “and I’m thrilled the Alabama legislature can help make that possible.”

Northwest RC&D Vice President Don Barnwell said the Council is proud to be able to help with projects like this.

“We’re able to make a big impact in the counties we serve by allocating these funds, and that’s something we’re happy to be able to do.”

For Lauranne James, Executive Director of Northwest RC&D, driving range upgrades are an important way to improve the student experience.

“We love that we can help bring projects to fruition to benefit our local schools and communities,” she said, “so that needed projects can receive the funding they should have.”

Katernia Cole Coffey, Franklin County Extension Coordinator and Northwest RC&D member, said it was important to provide relief whenever possible.

“This improved training ground will help athletes perform at a higher level while being good for school budgets,” Coffey said. “I’m so glad we can be a part of this worthwhile project and help ease the burden on the school in making these improvements.”

It’s a value that Barry Moore, Chairman of the Franklin County Commission and member of the Northwest RC&D Council, has declared to be valid.

“I appreciate that our state legislature and RC&D office staff are administering these grants,” he said, “and I look forward to seeing the benefits this will bring to the school.”

PCHS Director Darit Riddle also expressed his gratitude for the grant and the completion of the project.

“We are grateful for the support of our local schools by providing the necessary funding for this project,” Riddle said. “It’s something we couldn’t afford otherwise.”

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Belpre city council votes for software updates | News, Sports, Jobs https://adventurebase100.org/belpre-city-council-votes-for-software-updates-news-sports-jobs/ Tue, 01 Mar 2022 05:14:40 +0000 https://adventurebase100.org/belpre-city-council-votes-for-software-updates-news-sports-jobs/ BELPRE — The city of Belpre hopes to update its financial software to increase security and efficiency. Belpre City Council voted Monday night to approve three readings of a resolution authorizing the Auditor and Security Service Director to post bids for new software and software services for the City of Belpre. The purpose […]]]>

BELPRE — The city of Belpre hopes to update its financial software to increase security and efficiency.

Belpre City Council voted Monday night to approve three readings of a resolution authorizing the Auditor and Security Service Director to post bids for new software and software services for the City of Belpre.

The purpose of the resolution is to update and replace the city’s aging software within the finance department, officials said.

The Board also voted first reading on an ordinance adopting the 2022 calendar year appropriations. It was approved by a 5-1 vote with additional readings scheduled at future Board meetings.

Two meetings of the committee will be held before the next regular meeting of the board on March 14. The Police and Fire Committee will meet at 5 p.m. on March 7 and the Finance Committee will meet at 7 p.m. on March 14.

The council will hold its regular student government day on March 28 when students from Belpre High School will shadow elected officials and town administrators and lead the evening council meeting with the help of council members.

In his mayor’s report, Mayor Mike Lorentz said the town received a check for Marietta Lodge 67’s Drug Dog in the amount of $500.

Lorentz said he and Director of Security Services Connie Hoblitzell had recently spent time with a few companies interested in developing land in Belpre and would keep the council informed of any progress.

The Belpre High School Alumni Association will hold a meeting at 6 p.m. today in the council chambers. Belpre City Schools Superintendent Jeff Greenley will speak at the reunion, which will be open to former students at 6 p.m. and to the public at 6:30 p.m.

During Monday morning rounds, Lorentz said city workers found more vandalism in Civitan Park. If this continues, toilets may have to be closed and only open at certain times, he said.

Lorentz said The Discovery World on Market Street made a formal request to the council for $5,000 to be awarded as scholarships to Belpre students. The request has been forwarded to the council’s finance committee for further action.

Wayne Towner can be contacted at wtowner@newsandsentinel.com




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Meet Dr. Nancy Young, Tracy’s First African-American Mayor https://adventurebase100.org/meet-dr-nancy-young-tracys-first-african-american-mayor/ Tue, 22 Feb 2022 00:31:00 +0000 https://adventurebase100.org/meet-dr-nancy-young-tracys-first-african-american-mayor/ It’s still hard for Dr. Nancy Young to believe she’s mayor of Tracy, even two years after her election. have come such a long way now. So at the moment, for me, it’s still surreal,” she said. the first African American to be elected mayor. “It’s always an admiration I feel every time I walk […]]]>

It’s still hard for Dr. Nancy Young to believe she’s mayor of Tracy, even two years after her election. have come such a long way now. So at the moment, for me, it’s still surreal,” she said. the first African American to be elected mayor. “It’s always an admiration I feel every time I walk into City Hall,” she said. The second born child of five, she spent her early years in Compton at the height of the Bloods-Crips Gang War. The violence that surrounded her, in her neighborhood and at school shaped who she is today. make them feel like I’m not a threat to you and I don’t want to feel like you’re a threat to me. I went to school, I was in class with Crips and Bloods. Many who didn’t even make it, who didn’t live to graduate from high school,” Young said. Then, when she was 13, after a tragic drive-by shooting in their street a few days before school started, the family moved in. system, when I came to San Fernando, I was the only black child in my classes,” she said. for politics started. She was a student council member in middle school and student body president in high school. Young even aspired to be the highest office in the land. I was going to be president of the United States. It’s not my goal now, I don’t want to be President of the United States. I’ve been to DC too many times to see all layers of the bureaucracy,” she said. Young is a cabinet minister, wife, mother, and grandmother. She is the author of seven published books. Despite her three degrees and her extensive involvement in the community, she will not forget p soon had some interactions as she worked to gain support for her campaign. “Some people would stop me and say, ‘Are you running for real? Do you think you can make it as a black woman? We already have a black man on the board. One and that’s it.’ “But that hasn’t stopped her. Since her election, the city council has diversified. Young looks forward to what the future holds. “Being in this role for me has really enhanced my ability, I really feel, to do really good things for our city,” she said.

It’s still hard for Dr. Nancy Young to believe she’s mayor of Tracy, even two years after her election.

“We’re still first as people of color, we’re still first as women. It seems like we would have come such a long way now. So right now, to me, it’s still surreal,” she said.

Young is the city’s first directly elected female mayor, only the second African-American member of the city council in city history, and the first African-American to be elected mayor.

“It’s always an admiration I feel every time I walk into City Hall,” she said.

The second born child of five, she spent her early years in Compton at the height of the Bloods-Crips gang war.

The violence that surrounded her, in her neighborhood and at school shaped who she is today.

“It was just certain ways we behaved. I learned to look people in the eye. I learned to talk to people right away to make them feel like I’m not a threat to you and I don’t want to feel like you’re a threat to me I went to school, I was in class with the Crips and the Bloods A lot of those who didn’t even pass, who didn’t didn’t live to graduate from high school,” Young said.

Then, when she was 13, after a tragic drive-by shooting down their street days before school started, the family moved out.

“When we moved to San Fernando, what’s interesting is that I came from a 99% black population, a real caste system. When I arrived in San Fernando, I was the only child black in my classes,” she said.

This is where his love for politics began.

She was on the student council in middle school and was student body president in high school.

Young even aspired to occupy the highest office in the country.

“I was going to quit and be an anchor and then I was going to be President of the United States. That’s not my goal now, I don’t want to be President of the United States. I’ve been to DC too many times to see all layers of bureaucracy,” she said.

Young is a minister, wife, mother and grandmother. She is the author of seven published books.

Despite her three degrees and extensive involvement in the community, she won’t soon forget some of the interactions as she worked to garner support for her campaign.

“Some people would stop me and say, ‘Are you running for real? Do you think you can make it as a black woman? We already have a black man on the board. One and that’s it.’ “

But that didn’t stop her.

Since its election, the municipal council has diversified.

Young looks forward to what the future holds.

“Being in this role for me has really enhanced my ability, I really feel, to do really good things for our city,” she said.

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WBZ Evening News Update for February 16, 2022 – Boston News, Sports, Weather, Traffic and Boston’s Best https://adventurebase100.org/wbz-evening-news-update-for-february-16-2022-boston-news-sports-weather-traffic-and-bostons-best/ Thu, 17 Feb 2022 00:00:00 +0000 https://adventurebase100.org/wbz-evening-news-update-for-february-16-2022-boston-news-sports-weather-traffic-and-bostons-best/ WBZ Evening Forecast for February 16, 2022Eric Fisher has your latest weather forecast. 50 minutes ago State aims to diversify 26% of teachers by 2030Paula Ebben of WBZ-TV reports. 1 hour ago WBZ Evening News Update for February 16, 2022State House passes bill to allow undocumented immigrant licenses; Middleboro house fire exposes illegal marijuana cultivation; […]]]>

WBZ Evening Forecast for February 16, 2022Eric Fisher has your latest weather forecast.

State aims to diversify 26% of teachers by 2030Paula Ebben of WBZ-TV reports.

WBZ Evening News Update for February 16, 2022State House passes bill to allow undocumented immigrant licenses; Middleboro house fire exposes illegal marijuana cultivation; Governor’s Council commutes the sentences of William Allen and Thomas Koonce; Latest forecasts.

Governor’s council commutes sentences of two men convicted of murderWilliam Allen and Thomas Koonce are now eligible for parole.

Two abandoned dogs at the Quincy shelter receive medical attentionThe dogs could be up for adoption next week.

Man arrested in Sweden in connection with 2019 fires at Jewish institutionsReporting by Brandon Truitt of WBZ-TV.

Suspect arrested for assaulting North Attleboro transgender studentAt least one teenager, Allen Hart, 18, has been charged in the attack on a transgender student at North Attleboro High School.

International Space Station captures ‘winter views’ of Boston areaA new video from the International Space Station offers an unusual look at the Boston area.

Keller @ Large: Bill to allow undocumented immigrants to obtain Passes Mass driver’s licenses. HouseA bill allowing undocumented immigrants to get driver’s licenses passed the House for the first time, 120 to 36. WBZ-TV’s Jon Keller reports.

Suffolk County prosecutor Kevin Hayden seeking full warrantNew Suffolk County District Attorney Kevin Hayden wants to keep his job, announcing he will run for a full four-year term.

Man claiming to be a relative of Kennedy arrested near family compound in HyannisportA man claiming to be a relative of the Kennedys was arrested near the family compound in Hyannisport late Tuesday night.

Alzheimer’s News: Disturbed sleep could be a risk factor; Alzheimer’s eye testTossing and turning may predispose some to Alzheimer’s disease, a new study reveals.

Liverpool fans celebrate their win over Inter Milan at the Cambridge Watch PartyLiverpool beat Inter Milan 2-0 in the Champions League Round of 16. WBZ-TV’s Levan Reid spoke with fans at Phoenix Landing.

RMV orders thousands of drivers to pass a road test in 10 daysThe RMV says 2,100 people were given inappropriate licenses at the Brockton RMV office because they never took a road test. WBZ-TV’s Beth Germano reports.

Cop hit by car while executing search warrant at Fitchburg homeA police officer was hit by a car in Fitchburg on Wednesday morning while trying to arrest a suspect. WBZ-TV’s Zinnia Maldonado reports.

Man charged in fatal South Shore Plaza shooting held without bailJulius Hammond-Desir, the 19-year-old wanted for the murder of a young man at the South Shore Plaza in Braintree last month, was arrested on Wednesday.

Julius Hammond-Desir, charged with the South Shore Plaza murder in January, was held without bailJulius Hammond-Desir is arraigned in Quincy District Court.

WBZ News Update February 16, 2022Paula Ebben and Sarah Wroblewski have your latest news and weather updates.

Man arrested in Sweden in connection with fires at Jewish institutions in Arlington, Needham and Chelsea in 2019Reporting by Paula Ebben of WBZ TV.

Josh McDaniels writes heartfelt farewell to patriots across New England in full-page adReporting by Paula Ebben of WBZ TV.

WBZ Midday Forecast for February 16Sarah Wroblewski has your latest weather forecast.

Boston firefighters and police unions celebrate decision blocking COVID vaccine mandateAnna Meiler reports from WBZ-TV.

One man dead and 2 firefighters injured in Chelmsford mobile home fireReporting by Paula Ebben of WBZ TV.

Julius Hammond-Desir arrested for the South Shore Plaza murder in JanuaryJulius Hammond-Desir, the 19-year-old wanted for the murder of a young man at the South Shore Plaza in Braintree last month, was arrested on Wednesday.

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‘Miracle Minute’ unites rivals from multiple cities to support school shooting victims https://adventurebase100.org/miracle-minute-unites-rivals-from-multiple-cities-to-support-school-shooting-victims/ Wed, 16 Feb 2022 17:21:00 +0000 https://adventurebase100.org/miracle-minute-unites-rivals-from-multiple-cities-to-support-school-shooting-victims/ KINGSFORD, Mich. (WLUC) — On the court, Iron Mountain and Kingsford have one of UP’s fiercest high school rivalries. grieving students at Oxford High School in Lower Michigan. Separated by less than a mile after a short walk down Kimberly Avenue, students from Iron Mountain and Kingsford filled the gymnasium for a good cause. The […]]]>

KINGSFORD, Mich. (WLUC) — On the court, Iron Mountain and Kingsford have one of UP’s fiercest high school rivalries. grieving students at Oxford High School in Lower Michigan.

Separated by less than a mile after a short walk down Kimberly Avenue, students from Iron Mountain and Kingsford filled the gymnasium for a good cause.

The cause? Students at Oxford High School, where four classmates were killed in a school shooting in November.

“I’ve always been emotional and just want to help people who are going through something so serious,” said Maria Fornetti, Kingsford Junior.

Fornetti worked with Kingsford administration to organize the event. The Iron Mountain-Kingsford men’s basketball game was chosen to host the fundraiser.

“We have a connection to the Iron Mountain community. We are the same community,” said Dave Lindbeck, Principal of Kingsford High School.

The two schools worked together to create the “Miracle Minute”. Students rushed to get as many donations as possible in one minute.

“At a rivalry game we have our student section which has a theme they are for Iron Mountain, Kingsford has their theme where they want Kingsford to win. This is an opportunity for us to have a fundraising theme,” said William Traber, Principal of Iron Mountain High School.

The unifying theme was the United States. Within a minute, $1,455.79 was donated. Iron Mountain guard Matthew Colavecchi’s mother won the $238 50-50 raffle buyout, and she gave Oxford her all. All this money will support grieving students.

“We are going to two different regions. One will be a foundation for victims, and another will be therapy dogs,” Lindbeck said.

Twelve students from Oxford High School zoomed in to watch the events.

“Even the small communities in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula think and do things for themselves. I really hope they like it,” said Ben Trevillian, Kingsford Basketball junior forward and student council member.

Trevillian says this rivalry game was different and the two teams walked off the field hugging each other.

Copyright 2022 WLUC. All rights reserved.

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Bay Village student gets perfect ACT score https://adventurebase100.org/bay-village-student-gets-perfect-act-score/ Sat, 05 Feb 2022 03:42:00 +0000 https://adventurebase100.org/bay-village-student-gets-perfect-act-score/ BAY VILLAGE, Ohio (WOIO) – A Cuyahoga County student has achieved a feat that less than 1% of students taking the ACT achieve: getting a perfect score. Her name is Annabella Mayer, a student at Bay Village High School. The school district said that in addition to earning a composite score of 36, Mayer plays […]]]>

BAY VILLAGE, Ohio (WOIO) – A Cuyahoga County student has achieved a feat that less than 1% of students taking the ACT achieve: getting a perfect score.

Her name is Annabella Mayer, a student at Bay Village High School.

The school district said that in addition to earning a composite score of 36, Mayer plays volleyball and competes in track and field for the Rockets, plays cello in the Bay High School orchestra, is involved in school musicals and is active at Bay High. Club key.

Mayer leads many school clubs and teams, including the Key Club, Student Council, Bay Student Boosters, Bay Village Education Foundation, National Honor Society, and Model UN.

She also volunteers outside of school for the Second Harvest Food Bank in Lorain County and works at the Bay Aquatic Center during the summer.

The Bay Village City School District said she plans to major in biology or neuroscience in pursuit of a pre-medical path to becoming a pediatrician.

Mayer is still working to downsize a university.

“I want to thank all of my amazing teachers, especially Ms. Heather Fanter,” Mayer said. “I couldn’t have gotten this score without his college prep course!”

Annabelle Mayer(Bay Village City School District)

Copyright 2022 WOIO. All rights reserved.

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Mia Francisco d’Alvirne signs to play softball with WPI – Lowell Sun https://adventurebase100.org/mia-francisco-dalvirne-signs-to-play-softball-with-wpi-lowell-sun/ Thu, 03 Feb 2022 12:02:28 +0000 https://adventurebase100.org/mia-francisco-dalvirne-signs-to-play-softball-with-wpi-lowell-sun/ Whether it’s scoring a double or passing an exam, Mia Francisco has always had a knack for succeeding in the clutch.It’s a talent that has followed her through the past three years at Alvirne High School and will no doubt follow her to Worcester Polytechnic Institute in 2023. Francisco recently signed a letter of intent […]]]>

Whether it’s scoring a double or passing an exam, Mia Francisco has always had a knack for succeeding in the clutch.
It’s a talent that has followed her through the past three years at Alvirne High School and will no doubt follow her to Worcester Polytechnic Institute in 2023. Francisco recently signed a letter of intent to play ball with the WPI Engineers next season.
“It feels good,” said Francisco, a senior shortstop for the Alvirne Broncos and the nationally recognized Polar Crush club softball program. “I’m really excited.”
A star infielder, Francisco was courted by several schools in the area, before receiving a call from WPI softball coach Whitney Goldstien, inviting him to visit the campus. She already knew the coach who had attended several of her softball camps during his career.
“I’ve known her for a while now,” said 17-year-old Francisco. “She was coaching at Lesley before moving to WPI where she contacted me. I was obviously very interested in WPI academically. I jumped at this opportunity and here we are.
The 5-foot-1 infielder will major in health sciences, with the goal of eventually becoming a pediatric nurse practitioner.
When she officially visited the campus in September, Francisco liked what she saw.
“I met the coach and a few upperclassmen,” Francisco said, noting that shortstop Alicia Salvalzo is an Alvirne graduate who played on the same team as Mia in her freshman year. . “I was pleasantly surprised by the campus. From the outside you can’t see much, but it’s really big and has lots of sports facilities. I also really liked the girls in the team, that helped me. I signed up a few weeks later.
Francisco is currently a four-year college starter for the Alvirne Broncos softball team, playing both shortstop and second base. She was one of the cornerstones of the program during a difficult time, playing under a different head coach each season.
“It was tough,” Francisco said. “But I love all my teammates and the girls I grew up with.”
Alvirne has yet to announce his new softball coach for 2022 as of press time. Francisco said one of his AAU coaches is among those vying for the job. No matter who they choose, however, she remains positive, especially looking at the talent on the training camp roster.
“We only lost two girls last year, so we should be competitive again this year,” Francisco said. “During my time here we haven’t been great due to the coaching situation and losing my second season to Covid, but the first year we were much better. Last year wasn’t our best, but this season should be much better.
Born and raised in Hudson, NH, Francisco first took the diamond at age five, playing T-Ball in both Lowell and Hudson’s hometown. She became very fond of soccer, quickly becoming a multi-sport athlete. Currently a girl for all seasons at Alvirne, Mia is a year-round athlete for the Broncos, playing football in the fall and at the running track in the winter. She is also captain of the soccer and softball teams.
When not on the court, Mia is a leader in the class with a 3.9 GPA, being class vice president and a member of the National Honors Society, National Technical Honors Society, Student Athletic Leadership Council, from the Student Council and the Health Trades Program at Alvirne.
His good grades largely contributed to earning a place in the WPI.
“I always knew I wanted to be in the medical field growing up, so grades are always very important,” Francisco said. “As soon as WPI appeared on my radar, I knew I had to maintain my grades to go. It’s not too difficult, with the help of my family and classmates it’s easy to balance.
While maintaining her success as a student-athlete, Mia also devotes much of her time to athletics and unified events as well as the Hudson Food Pantry. Other volunteer endeavors include the Hudson Women’s Softball League and the Hudson Recreation Department, where she hopes to pass on her love for athletics to the younger generation.
“Our college coach is actually president of the Hudson girls softball league, so with her I’ve been able to run a lot of clinics and coach the teams, just to help out,” Francisco said. “I remember when I was so young when the girls in high school helped me. I liked it a lot. Now that I’m able to do it, it’s great.”
For now, however, Francisco is only focused on getting back into the swing with Alvirne softball this coming season.
“I’m super excited to start,” Francisco said. “We have already started training. It should be a fun season.
And she plans to go out swinging.

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