Who is more powerful than a speeding locomotive and able to leap tall buildings with a single bound? Why Sophomore, Caleb Johnson of course! Please congratulate him for his third place finish in the pole vault at the PIAA Outdoor Track & Field State Championship. This exciting meet took place last Saturday at Shippensburg University. Click here for the complete results of the event.
Good News – the Phil-Mont Fair (formerly the Carnival) is back! This year the Fair will be held on Saturday, June 3 from 11:30 am – 4:30 pm here at the school. Come out and enjoy the free food, popcorn, cotton candy, funnel cake, games and prizes. We are also bringing back the famous Dunk Tank. For $2.00 you can try to dunk a teacher, coach or administrator. For $5.00 you can try for Mr. Beebe!
In preparation for this big day we need your help. A SignUpGenius has been created for volunteers. Additionally, we are asking for water, juice and snacks. Please log in and help make the Fair successful. If you have any questions, please email the school office or Michelle Nock.
Phil-Mont Christian Academy is seeking a part time (75%) K-8 Art Teacher.
This person will be expected to emphasize age appropriate fine arts and design concepts, art historical context and a Christian world view through a well-developed curriculum in each class. They should be able to demonstrate, through example, a balance of traditional skills and techniques with current approaches to making art. The role being offered is part of a Fine Arts team and requires participation in annual fine arts events. Interested teachers should complete and return a Faculty Application and send a letter and resume to email@example.com.
Reason for the need:
Phil-Mont’s current High School Art Teacher, Mr. Matt Stemler, has accepted a position as an Adjunct Professor at Cairn University’s School of Liberal Arts & Sciences, starting after this current school year. Phil-Mont’s current Elementary and Middle School Art Teacher, Mrs. Becky Suggs, has been offered and accepted the role of High School Art Teacher in his place, which leaves the school with a need to add a new K-8 Art Teacher. We look forward to this new opportunity, and pray that God would bless Mr. Stemler in his new school, that God would bless Mrs. Suggs in her transition, and that God would bless Phil-Mont with another wonderful K-8 Art Teacher in the near future.
Congratulations to the two Phil-Mont chess teams who competed in the ACSI Chess Tournament in Baltimore on Friday. Both the younger team and the older team captured 1st place in their age division. Give a high five to the younger chess team members: Emmanuel, Jacob, Jordyn, and Calebe, and the older chess team members: Christian, Maxwell, Yera, and Josh for their excellent team accomplishments. Special kudos to Maxwell for his “perfect day” of 5 wins in 5 matches.
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Undeterred by a snow delay and a malfunctioning bus, Phil-Mont High School students had an outstanding day at last Thursday’s ACSI Fine Arts Festival!
In the Visual Arts competition, first place trophies were awarded to Morgan Lieberman (Non-Representational-3D and Abstraction-3D), Savoy Collier (Image Capture – Image Manipulation) and Sarah Holland (Narratives & Storytelling-3D). Ryan Markowitz and Caleb Johnson received ratings of Superior, while Kristen Smith, Yera Park, Jeremiah Hooks, Kirsten Howland, Dan McKay, and Karen Hormann were rated Excellent and Eden DeLisser received the rating of Good.
In Music, the Concert Band received the highest score in Small School Band category! Jazz Band, Flute Ensemble and Choir were rated Very Good, and our soloists received ratings of Superior (Joclyn McDonald and Rena Omeliantschuk) and Excellent (Morgan Sitasz, Yera Park, Rebekah Dolton and Rachel Hatem).
Many have called it the worst crisis of our time. The situation in the Middle East, particularly the internal conflict in Syria, has caused millions of individuals to be displaced. Civil war has ravaged the region for several years, and with the rise of various radical groups the situation does not look hopeful. The Syrian conflict also brought about a medical crisis, with hospitals being targeted and medical personnel killed. The need for medical care is increasing among Syrian refugees.
In light of these developments and the ongoing crisis, the National Honor Society of Phil-Mont will be hosting a fundraiser for Syrian refugees in both Syria and the surrounding region. Join us on March 31 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm for a soccer tournament fundraiser. All donations will be used to fund the work of the Syrian American Medical Society, which runs over 100 medical facilities in Syria that offer medical attention to Syrians. Please support this event. Your donations will bring humanitarian aid and medical equipment to Syrians.