MaST Cheerleading Clinic on 3/13 was a success! All the girls had fun and learned valuable team building skills! Thank you to the coaches, team, and participants for a job well done!
The MaST Robotics Team, 7,516 MaSTerminds, placed 44th out of 57 teams at The Haverford School this past weekend at the Pennsylvania State Championships East Region. The team had a record of 3 wins and 5 losses. This was the first year they made it to this prestigious competition. This is quite an accomplishment for a two-year-old program.
Representative Kevin Boyle Speaks to 4th Graders
MaST competed this Saturday at Spring-Ford High School in a robotics competition. The drive team MaSTerminds, led by Peter Pzuodzinuas, Tyler Wolf, and Elizabeth Shaloka placed 4th. A 4th place finish qualified them for states. States will be held on March 12 at The Haverford School.
Congratulations to Mrs. Susan Leopold for being recognized and awarded the 24th Annual My City, My Place Brighter Futures Awards.
The Brighter Futures Awards are for individuals from all walks of life: neighbors, people with disAbilities, teachers, friends, family, employers, co-workers, spiritual leaders, civic groups/organizations, self- advocates, medical professionals, political leaders, business men and women who are not employed by provider agencies.
At the end of our 2nd Quarter, teachers in grades K-6 were asked to nominate a student who has consistently exhibited our positive P.A.N.T.H.E.R. Pride behaviors. One student from each homeroom was invited to a special breakfast to celebrate their hard work, positive choices, and leadership qualities. Students had a great time relaxing, interacting with their peers, and talking to our famous mascot, the panther!
What is P.A.N.T.H.E.R. Pride?
Politeness is greeting others throughout the school day in a friendly manner and using phrases such as: Please, Thank You, Excuse Me, and You’re Welcome.
Acting safely includes walking in the hallways, following fire drill procedures, staying seated on the bus and reporting any inappropriate behaviors to an adult.
Nobleness is helping other students and staff members.
Tolerance is accepting the differences and opinions of others.
Honesty is always telling the truth and doing your own work.
Excellence is always trying to do your best.
Respect is presenting yourself in a proper manner, treating others kindly and taking care of school property and other’s belongings.
Aria Chowdhury, Michael Moleski, Jonah Sabu, Christopher Tischbein, Nicholas Behr, Patrick Simon, Grace Weyler, Jake Clark, Jediah Baez, Maya Wolman, Lucy McDonagh, Kaitlyn Myers, Olivia Scruci, Katherine Villamarin, Luke Rooney, Dominic Campagna, Jordan Jennings, Dominic Lorenzo, Kyleigh Murphy, Charlie Lloyd, Cordell Gary, Megan Heineman, Blaise Taylor, Rachel Tang, Matt Kaelin, Ryan Dobbs, and Amir Hughes!