Greenwood band concert

The winter band concert was held on December 18, 2013 at 7:00 pm. The evening started off with the Wind Ensemble, which consisted of students in grades 6, 7, and 8. Following that, the brass band preformed, which consisted of select hand picked, very talented students in the brass section. After that, the Symphonic Wind…

Greenwood V Newport

The lady wildcats took on the Newport buffaloes on Monday, December 16. After a hard fought game with a few bumps to slow them down, the cats came out on top with a final score of 45-24. 

2013 Holiday Hot Toy List

Every parent has trouble finding something for their kids for Christmas, and sometimes the kids are not much help either. I have created a top five list of hot new toys for this holiday season to help make your wishlist much easier to create. Number 5 on my countdown list is the new iPhone 5s….

PMEA DIstrict 7 Band Auditions

On Saturday December 7, a select few of Greenwood Band students auditioned for PMEA District 7 Band in Dallastown, PA. The students that auditioned were Grant Carlton, Alex Funkhouser, Austin Funkhouser, Avery Funkhouser, Tori Hosler, and Brittni Linn. District 7 is one of the best districts in the country making the competition a lot harder…

What has happened to “The Great Outdoors?”

A quote by Steven Rinella, a well-known, hunter, outdoorsman, author and host for a very unique television special called MeatEater, once said “When I consider all the astonishing and inspiring things that happen to hunters, it puzzles me that so many people have turned away from the lifestyle.” I never really knew or understood this…

A rifleman’s dream

On Monday, December 2nd, a magnificent day (and a holiday for some) took place all around the state. That’s right everyone, the first day of rifle season for all antlered deer took place, and what a fine day we had to be out enjoying the great outdoors. The sunrise, due to overcast, was around 7:15….

Pumpkin pie milkshake

It’s Thanksgiving time once again. Break has just ended and leftovers from turkey day were on the menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Turkey sandwiches and reheated casseroles aren’t anywhere near as bad as the mountains of pumpkin pie. Instead of throwing it out, make it into a new dessert. All that is needed are…

SOS and the Operation

On Sunday, November 24th, SOS members met at Kristen Ryberg’s house to wrap and fill shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child. SOS has been helping with the Operation for over 11 years and counting. Each box contains hygiene products, art and school supplies, candy, and toys. This year, SOS filled over 20 shoeboxes. The shoeboxes will…

More and more testing!

On Friday, November 21, the junior class sat in the auditorium for another round of testing. This time, they took the ASVAB test. The ASVABS are military tests and also operate as an aptitude test. Math, science, reading, language, mechanics, electric, and auto were tested.  Results will be released to the school soon. Photo courtesy…