High School News
These are the dates for the fall sports sign-ups for the High School:
JV and Varsity Fall Sports: May 21, 2:20 p.m., at the High School
The Maine-Endwell School District is partnering with the Broome Country Sheriff's Department and the Broome County STOP-DWI program to keep teens safe this prom and graduation season.
It is illegal, unsafe and unhealthy for anyone under the age of 21 to drink alcohol. Moreover, adults who knowingly allow a person under 21 to remain at their residence while consuming or possessing alcohol are criminally liable.
The links below give parents and teens important information and tips for keeping everyone safe and healthy. You can also visit the STOP DWI website for additional information: www.bcstopdwi.com.
High School artists will display their work at the school's annual art exhibition, 5 to 8 p.m. May 21 in the High School gym.
The show will feature work by all art students and individual displays from the Class of 2013 senior artists. The event is free and open to the public.
In addition to the art show, May 21 is also the school district budget vote and ice cream social.
The social will also take place at the HS from 5 to 8 p.m.
Voting will take place at the district office staff development room, located on the Hooper Rd. end of the High School, for all residents in the Town of Union. All other voters will cast their ballot at Maine Memorial. Voting takes place from noon to 9 p.m.
High School students received awards in the 10th annual Fine Arts Society of the Southern Tier "Young at Art" contest.
"Best in Show" was awarded to Gabrielle Higgins for her drawing. Also winning awards were: Danita Sheard, first place, photography; Isabelle Dawson first place, mixed media; Kelly Layton second place, mixed media; and Hali Canzler, first place, painting.
The students were honored at an awards ceremony held at Binghamton City Hall in April. Each winner received a monetary award and ribbon.
The winning pieces are on display in the High School.
High School junior and athlete, Kyle Gallagher, is helping send a message about drinking and driving during this prom and graduation season.
Kyle is among three other local high school athletes that are featured in three videos produced by Broome County STOP-DWI. The videos can be found on YouTube at this link:
Here is one of the videos featuring Kyle: