Meyersdale Area High School

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    MISSION STATEMENT

    The Meyersdale Area School District is committed to
    providing educational opportunities that
    allow all learners to achieve their full potentials.

     

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  • On May 15th, our athletes competed at the District 5 Track and Field Championship meet at Northern Bedford.  Many athletes took medals and represented us well.  Jordan Synowietz was the discus champion and brought home gold.  Tristin Ohler won the 100 m and 200 meter dashes.  In doing so, he broke his own school records in both events with a time of 10.89 seconds in the 100 and 22.04 in the 200.  Both gentlemen will represent us at the State Championship Meet in Shippensburg 

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  • CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2024/2025 STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS:

    PRESIDENT - BAILEY KNOTTS

    VICE PRESIDENT - EMILY BROADWATER

    SECRETARY - AMBER LONG

    TREASURER - RYAN SECHLER

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  • The Meyersdale track and field teams had a very successful night at the ICC Conference Championship in Northern Bedford last night.

     
    On the girls' side, Aurora Comfort was the 3200 m run ICC champion.
     
    In their first year in the ICC Conference, the boys won their first team championship against a field of 13 teams.  We had many event champions and earned many awards.
     
    Branson Hersch won the 300 m hurdles.  
     
    The 4x100 m relay team of Nolan Easton, Dylan Hay, Levi Hersch and Tristin Ohler were crowned champions.  The same gentlemen were victorious in the 4x400 m relay as well, and broke their previous school record with a time of 3:31.06.
     
    Ian Brenneman won the high jump and tied the school record with a leap of 6'2".
     
    Bryson Hetz won the javelin, completing the conference season undefeated.  He was voted the outstanding thrower of the meet.
     
    Tristin Ohler also won the 100 m and 200 m dashes.  His mark of 10.9 seconds tied his own school record and set a new meet record.  His 200 time of 22.37 seconds was also a new ICC meet record.  He earned the outstanding runner of the meet award.
     
    We had many other place winners that played a key role in our win.  Our gentlemen did a fantastic job of representing our school.  Great job guys!
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  • Congratulations to the varsity boys track team.  With their wins over Conemaugh Township and Blacklick Valley, they finished their regular season undefeated for the second consecutive year.  They have also been named the ICC Dual Meet Conference Champions.  Congratulations gentlemen!

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  • On April 30, Meyersdale sent two teams to compete in the annual Somerset County Envirothon competition at Laurel Hill State Park.  Our teams represented us very well!  The team of Trinity Hoover, Isabella Friend, Sam Mason and Leaonca Fazenbaker took 4th place out of 16 teams.  The team of Emilee Stewart, Maddy Hummelbaugh, Amber Long, Maria Housel and Jaylynn Anderson were crowned the 2024 Somerset County Envirothon champions.  In addition, they won the awards for the highest scores in the Wildlife and Aquatics stations.  They will move on to the state competition that will be held May 22 in Mifflinburg, PA.  There they will compete against schools from every county in PA.  Both the local and state competitions consist of 5 stations that test the students' knowledge of information in the areas of Wildlife, Aquatics, Soils, Forestry and a Current Issue (renewable energy this year).  Great job Envirothon teams

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  • National Honor Society Induction 2024

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  • Accolades are extended to all of Meyersdale's Maple Princesses who represented our school flawlessly at the 77th Maple Queen's contest.

     
    Kyley Emerick earned the Maple Wisdom Award and was named a top 5 finalist.
    Laurel Daniels won the Promenade Award and 1st Runner-Up honors
    And Gracie Paulman claimed the Interview Award and the title of Queen Maple 77.
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  • Good Evening,
    The Somerset County Technology Center will not be in session on March 27th and April 2nd, however Meyersdale Area Schools will be in session. VoTech students wanting to eat lunch need to be here by 11:20. VoTech students that do not want lunch need to be here by 11:45. Students that do not have transportation to the school at these times are to ride the bus in the morning and report to the office.
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