Monday, October 16, 2017

Upcoming Cambria and Jackson Kindergarten Parent Night October 23rd


Paint the Plow

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is inviting the public to choose the “Fan Favorite” of the District 9 “Paint the Plow” contest by “liking” their favorite in the contest photo albums on the PennDOT Facebook page.

Voting begins today at noon and ends at noon on Monday, October 23. The photo in each album with the most “likes” will win the contest for their county. 

All high schools across the six-county region were invited to promote winter safety by painting department plows that were delivered to the schools. This year there were 35 schools painting 37 plows.

The plows will be mounted to a plow truck in the areas of the respective school districts for the upcoming winter season.



Thursday, October 12, 2017

Fall Sports Champions

2017 PIAA District VI AA Tennis Double Champions:

Elizabeth Brady and Olivia Ratchford


2017 LHAC Boys Cross Country Champions 
Undefeated Season



2017 LHAC Girls Cross Country Champions 
Undefeated Season


2017 PIAA District 6 AA Back-to-Back Champions


Jaylee Sikora is the Dist. 6 AA Golf Individual Champion and qualifies for PIAA Western Regionals 



Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Conemaugh Health System School of Nursing and Allied Health Programs Visit

On Friday, September 29, Mrs. Tracy Spade came in to present to Mr. Wagner’s College Chemistry and Organic Chemistry students.  Mrs. Spade is an RN and the Academic Admissions Coordinator from Conemaugh Health System's School of Nursing and Allied Health Programs in Johnstown.  She came to talk to the students about various career opportunities that Conemaugh offers.  She talked about how the medical field is such a vast and growing field and the opportunities to pursue a career in the medical field are growing.  Some of the fields of study that Mrs. Spade explained that are offered through Conemaugh include nursing, histology, radiology, EMT and EMS, medical technician, and surgical technologist.  This presentation will benefit the students by allowing them to see the vast possibilities and opportunities that are available to them in the medical field.  Mr. Wagner and his students would like to thank Mrs. Dixon for coordinating the presentation and Dr. Murin and Mr. Paronish for allowing the presentation to happen.







Monday, October 2, 2017

Tennis and Golf Teams

The Girls Tennis Team had an AMAZING week. They are currently on a 6 match winning streak, picking up 5 wins this week. They started the week off with 2 wins over Richland on Senior Night. They then won another double header over Windber and ended the week by defeating Westmont. The girls are peaking at the right time as they enter District 6 Playoffs, with the singles tournament starting this Tuesday at the Leopold Complex in Altoona. This team is on its way to Back to Back Dist 6 AA Titles!!

          The Girls Golf Team had a week to remember. They kept their undefeated season intact be going 9-0 on the week and are looking invincible going into the last week of the regular season. They dominated State College in winning the 1st Wheeling Girls Golf Tournament, and then went on to beat Hollidaysburg, Ligonier Valley, Westmont, Bishop Carroll, Forest Hills (twice) and Penn Cambria (twice) in convincing fashion. The girls look primed to repeat as Dist 6 AA Team Champions.


Friday, September 22, 2017

Homecoming Pep Rally 2017

On September 21st, we had a pep rally. The cheerleaders and band did a great job! Coach McGregor lead the football team to the gym and for his motivating speech mentioned "Tonight's gonna be a good night". With this, Mrs. Izing started the surprise "Flashmob" of teachers and staff to the center of the gym. The students were not sure what was going to happen. With the song, "Tonight's gonna be a good night" playing, the Central Cambria High School faculty and staff danced through other songs like "The Twist, "YMCA", etc. The students could not take the excitement and came down to join in the flashmob on the gym floor with songs like "Thriller, "We are the Champions", and more. All of the smiles and laughter proved that the event was a success! A huge thank you goes out to Mr. Krott for putting the music together, and everyone who danced, participated and helped make this event possible!! Keep dancing! 
We are........CC!!

Two videos: Click HERE to watch the first video. Click HERE to watch the second video.