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After an underdog victory last year, seniors must forfeit a possible double victory at Powder Puff due to its cancelation.

Powder Puff is the annual senior v. junior flag football game played by the girls of the respective classes. The football player’s coach the team, and the cheerleaders train an all-boys squad to perform at halftime.

Scheduling complications led to the cancellation of Powder Puff, which means junior and senio...

When a team of the best mathematical minds in the school put in tremendous effort and pooled together their skills, they accomplished something great.

On April 12th, seniors Emily Bixler, Viraj Govani and Aidan Hanley and junior Dominique Smith-Rodriguez competed against 60 other competitors from 15 other schools in the Millersville High School Math Contest.

With combined individual and team scores, the team ranked first place i...

After an underdog victory last year, seniors must forfeit a possible double victory at Powder Puff due to its cancelation.

Powder Puff is the annual senior v. junior flag football game played by the girls of the respective classes. The football player’s coach the team, and the cheerleaders train an all-boys squad to perform at halftime.

Scheduling complications led to the cancellation of Powder Puff, which means junior and senio...

For the first time in decades, the school’s FBLA branch is sending a student to run in a state election.
Current FBLA Vice President junior Kimberly Speece announced Tuesday that she will be running for state reporter, and if she wins, Speece will be the first state officer from Cedar Crest since 1987.
“I’m really excited about the entire process,” said FBLA adviser Amy Sullivan. “It’s been enjoyable, exciting, challenging, in...

For many other schools, leaving during lunch time is a regular occurrence. Now, it has been implemented here.

In the past month, seniors have been able to venture out and enjoy a different meal on Fridays during their lunch.

“I think it’s really fun to take a break from the normal routines of school and take some time to sit down and eat lunch,” said senior Pam Wuori.

The incentive has been offered for seniors with a blue or gray...

Many people like trying new foods, and soon students will get the chance to do so in the cafeteria.

The cafeteria will be changing some of their menu offerings in the next few weeks. These changes include adding more portable lunch items along with a few new lunch options.

“Whatever you guys are asking for, we’re trying to go that route,” said cafeteria manager Marci Heverling. “We’re trying to make you guys more comfortable wit...

Where: Cedar Crest High School

When: Friday, March 7, 2:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

Cost: Donation of at least $40.00

Event Includes:

Food

Floor hockey Tournament

Dodgeball Tournament

Giant Inflatables

Games

Arts/Crafts

Zumba

Thai Chi

Gift Card Walk

Live Band

Open DJ

And…so much more!

Registration information and other activities can be found in the following locations: Room 116 (Dissinger), Room 202 (Boger), Mrs. Springborn’s office, Mrs.Wawrzyniak...

photo by Morgan Menser

For many students, lunch is the highlight of their day, and soon seniors will have more of a reason to look forward to their lunch period.

Seniors with blue or gray Renaissance cards will be able to leave school on Fridays to get lunch off-campus starting within the next few weeks. This initiative was started by seniors Serena Cheng and Katie Knapp.

“I just thought it was a really fun idea that a lot of stu...

A tasty new lunch treat for students has just hit the cafeteria, with the arrival of the new slushy machines.

Installed Feb. 4, the slushies may be added to lunches as a fruit item. Students have already been enjoying them, and many are getting them with their meals.

“It is to help add a new fruit to the mix,” said cafeteria manager Marci Heverling. “The slushy machine is 100 percent juice, so that gives the option to have that....

Following the new ID policy, the administration has taken further action to ensure students are following the newly implemented rules.

The administration has begun enacting random school-wide ID checks. These checks require students who are not wearing their IDs at the time of the check be reported by their teacher via computer.

“Honestly I think the second semester is going a lot better,” said Nicole Malinoski. “I think we see...

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