PHS students win music accolades

The 2010-1011 District Results are in: high school Abigail Tamboer for mixed chorus and Sadie Brown for wind ensemble.

Honorable mention: Daniel Warnecke, voice, and Alexis Hill, flute. band; Libby Marcy, wind ensemble; Emma Dailey, concert band (1st chair); Eleanor Dailey, chorus and wind ensemble; Meghan Wood, chorus with a perfect score!; Connor Hill, wind ensemble (1st chair); Sarah Coker, wind ensemble, chorus; and Alex Wade, concert band.

Honorable mention: Tyler Ballard, snare drum; Shannon Gadway, voice and flute; Destinee Gray, voice; Emma Daily, voice; Rachel Jones, voice; and Julia Simons, mallet percussion and voice.

Congratulations to all students involved.

Local Food Committee

Dawn Sarli, challenge teacher, has reported that after a couple years of laying the groundwork, "we're in a good position to begin integrating more local foods and food education into the schools. With garden spaces at both schools, a partnership with GMC, and the great work that's being done around food and environmental education in many classrooms K-12, we're poised to make an impact on how we function in the food system." For further information about upcoming meetings, contact Sarli at 802-287-5861.

Youth Orchestra

Emma Baker, Alexis Hill, and Eleanor and Emma Dailey previously auditioned with the Lakes Region Youth Orchestra. On Jan. 5 the students, with the exception of Alexis due to illness, had the opportunity to perform in a combined show with the Lakes Region and Bennington Youth Orchestras. Congratulations to each of you!

Who's Who List

The United States Achievement Academy recognizes junior Molly Elizabeth Mead as a National Honor Student Award Winner 2009-2010. Honors and activities include: National History Day, Principal's List, basketball, and Honor Roll. Congratulations Molly and proud parents, Paula Jo Mead and Ricky Andrew Mead!

New Flag

A special thanks to George Miller and the American Legion Post 39 for the new flag!

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