Friday, June 2, 2017

Kindergarten Graduation 2017

The Cambria Elementary School kindergarten children had their very own graduation on Wednesday, May 31st. The teachers, students and their families joined in the celebration. They began by getting their photos taken and walking in a graduation march throughout the building.The students sang songs and received a kindergarten diploma. Congratulations!!!

First Grade Program

The first grade students presented all of the songs and poems that they learned throughout the year. Their families came to watch. The children did a great job and are ready for second grade! 

PA Computer Fair

Kate Griffith participated in the 2017 PA Computer Fair State Competition held at Dickinson College. Kate's video, The Letter, earned first place at the regional competition in March, and she went on to compete against eighteen other students from across Pennsylvania in the statewide competition in the Digital Movie category. The Letter focuses on encouraging students to recognize that there are resources available for students who are struggling with anxiety and/or depression, while also focusing on the importance of surrounding one's self with supportive friends and talking to family members. Congratulations, Kate, on an outstanding movie with a very important message. 

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

JES Senior Memory Walk

JES Wax Museum

Jackson Elementary students presented a wax museum for students and their families.  

Greater Johnstown Young Artists Exhibit Awards

Central Cambria Middle School students Lauren Sauka (pictured), and Nathan Hentzel received awards for their artwork in the annual Greater Johnstown Young Artists Exhibit, held at the Community Arts Center of Cambria County.

The Exhibit was displayed in the Arts center throughout the month of May. Other MIddle School students participating in the exhibit are; Gabbi Shirk, Kylie Nelson, Breanna Morris, Katrina Shedd, Alyssa Ford, and Libby Craig.

Congratulations to all these students whose hard work and dedication have earned them this distinction.