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Congratulations to the Lady Bulldogs for winning the Southern Huntingdon tournament on 4-21-2018! Congrats girls and Coach Barbarini.

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Sophomore Maggie Knisely participated in the Penn State Blue Band Forward March program on Saturday, April 21.

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CKHS Students place 3rd
at Thermo Fisher Scientific STEM Design Challenge

On Friday, April 6th, seventh graders Hunter Knisely, Nathan Miller, and Britnee Robertson won 3rd place out of 16 teams in the Thermo Fisher Scientific STEM Design Challenge hosted by Appalachia IU 8 and held at Mount Aloysius College.  The middle school competition included teams from Windber, Turkeyfoot Valley, Meyersdale, Johnstown, Ferndale, Claysburg-Kimmel, and Altoona school districts.  Thermo Fisher Scientific prompted a design challenge in which teams were asked for help developing a new product for your home. This product can be anything that you can use in your home and it must be environmentally friendly. Thermo Fisher Scientific is working to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer. This product could be (but not limited to) a new way to power your home, a new type of appliance, or a new gadget for home entertainment. Students were only allowed to use K'Nex pieces for their end product. Groups were judged on creativity, teamwork, challenge success, design, and presentation.  In addition to building a product out of K’Nex, students also had to complete a parts inventory and a budget as well as a blueprint of their design and a journal documenting the design process.

Photo of students being inducted into the NHS.

The induction ceremony for the new members of the Claysburg Kimmel Chapter of the National Honor Society was held on Monday, March 14 at 7:00 PM in the high school auditorium.   The featured speaker for the evening’s ceremony was Claysburg Kimmel alumnus, and former Claysburg Kimmel teacher, Mr. Daniel Christ who spoke about the meaning behind the four pillars of National Honor Society: Scholarship, Service, Leadership, and Character, and how the qualities of all four pillars are applicable to everyone.  Pictured from Left to right are: Evan Ritchey, Andrew Imler, Karly Kriedler, Jocelyn Shultz, Jennica Hunter, Megan Hartman, Haley Jenkins, Shadey Claycomb, and Maggie Knisely

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