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The Spookiest Day of the Year Came to MHS

For many students, Halloween wouldn’t be the same without carving pumpkins. The Manchester High School Art Club held its 3rd Annual Pumpkin Carving Competition. The contest had over 20 participants. While some students stuck with traditional jack-o’-lantern faces, other students carved images of Halloween monsters like Dracula. Still, others went with images from favorite TV shows and movies like Shrek. Every participant did a great job!


This year's winners were as follows:


1st Place ($30) - Michaela Thomas (Sesame Seed Hamburger Pumpkin)

2nd Place ($20) - Logan Francis (Gooey Eyeball Snack Pumpkin)

3rd Place ($10) - Rylee Manning (Exposed Scary Brain Pumpkin)
 

MHS 8th Graders Experience the "Local" World of Technology
On October 17th and 24th  a group of 8th grade computer applications students enjoyed a technology and career trip to two of Adams County's business organizations.  Students toured General Electric Aircraft Engines (GEAE) Test Facility of Peebles and the Southern Ohio Medical Center (SOMC) in West Union. The students were given an insight of the operations of GEAE and SOMC, how each business used technology in their organization, as well as the career opportunities offered in the engineer and medical fields.  The students were required to research the businesses before the trip and type a reflection essay to summarize the information they learned.    
MES Fall Carnival 2014
 
Manchester Elementary 4th Graders Science Activity
Bill Wickerham, Adams County Soil and Water Conservation District, Wildlife Specialist and Education Coordinator was a recent visitor in Mrs. Pollitt’s 4th grade science class. The students are studying how weathering and erosion help shape the Earth’s surface. Mr. Wickerham brought a Stream Table and the students were able to demonstrate how they can conserve our natural resources such as water and soil.  
Burns Signs with Rio
Manchester Senior Tess Burns signed a letter of intent on Wednesday, October 22nd to attend the University of Rio Grande and participate on the Women's Track & Field Team.  Congratulations to Tess and her family.  We're proud of you! 
Manchester Athletes Receive All-District Honors
Congratulations to the following athletes on receiving All-District Honors:

Girls Golf
Bethany Sweeney - Honorable Mention

Boys Cross Country
Logan Hanson
Jamie Combs

Girls Cross Country
Shyanne Tucker
Xena Crummie
Kelsey Friend
Amanda Farthing
Lydia Lopez

Volleyball
Morgan Johnson - 2nd Team
Keisha Palmer - Honorable Mention
 
 
All-League S.H.A.C. Announced
Congratulations to the following Greyhounds on receiving All-League S.H.A.C. honors:

Volleyball - Keisha Palmer and Morgan Johnson
Boys Cross Country
- Logan Hanson
Girls Cross Country
- Shyanne Tucker, Kelsey Friend, Xena Crummie, and Lydia Lopez

Athletes making All-League and teams placing 1st and 2nd in their respective sports will be recognized during the S.H.A.C. Fall Sports Awards Night held on Monday, October 27th at North Adams High School beginning at 7:00 PM. Congratulations Greyhounds!
 
Historical Day at Districts for Dog Pack
The Manchester HS Boys & Girls Cross Country Teams advanced to the Regional Meet this past Saturday, October 18th as the Boys Team finished District Runner-Up while the Girls Team finished as District Champion for the first time in school history.  The Pack will run in the Regional Meet at Pickerington North High School on Saturday, October 25th.  The boys race will begin at 11:00 AM and the girls race will begin at 1:30 PM.  Great Job Pack! 
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Manchester, OH 45144
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