In recent weeks, Mrs Swink's anatomy and physiology students have been learning about the bones of the human body. To reinforce their knowledge, students were assigned to share their learning about the skeletal system with other teachers around the school.
The Williamsport Millionaire Football team will play the Pittsburgh Central Catholic Vikings in the second round of the PIAA state tournament this Saturday, November 26th at 1:00 p.m. at Mansion Park in Altoona.
The Williamsport Millionaire Football team will play the State College Little Lions in the first round of the PIAA state tournament this Friday, November 18th at 7:00 p.m. at Selinsgrove High School.
The Williamsport Millionaire Football team (#1 seed) will play the Delaware Valley Warriors (#2 seed) in the Championship Game of the District II/IV Class 6A Sub-Regional tournament this Friday, November 11th at 7:00 p.m. at STA Stadium in Williamsport.
Biotechnology students recently completed a final project for their forensics unit. Students used facial construction software to generate a teacher’s face based on details they gathered from an “eyewitness testimony”.
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (OCTOBER 27, 2016) — A hands-on opportunity in school citizenship and service for Williamsport Area High School life skills students is helping to alleviate hunger and improve the educational experience for some of their peers.
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (OCTOBER 26, 2016) — Congratulations to the Williamsport Area High School Marching Millionaires, who were named Tournament of Bands Region 4 Champions on Oct. 22.
Students have several more choices for getting involved during BANK this year. The Physical Education department is running an intermural program. “We scheduled four four-week activities for the first semester and plan on taking student interest and requests into consideration for the second semester,” explained Mr. Eaton.
A small number of Varicella (chicken pox) cases have occurred in the Williamsport Area School District. Chicken pox poses a risk to those who are not immunized, those whose immune system is compromised, and individuals who are pregnant. If your child develops a blister-like rash, please contact your family doctor and do not send your child to school.