Thursday, December 13, 2012
On December 14th from six o’clock until midnight, Upper Moreland students will be dancing to fund research for pediatric cancer in the schools first annual mini dance a thon. All proceeds will go directly towards the four diamonds fund to find a cure.
“We are part of something bigger, and we are part of it together” Unfortunately throughout this holiday season, millions of children throughout the United States will continue their fight with cancer. A group of over thirty students at Upper Moreland have been planning and organizing a Mini-THON to make the fight a little easier for those affected by pediatric cancer. On December 14th, from six o’clock until midnight, Upper Moreland students will be dancing to raise money to fight and cure pediatric cancer. The six hour dance-a-thon will take place in the Upper Moreland Intermediate School’s cafetorium. The dance-a-thon is being organized by students in the Upper Moreland Key Club as well as the student council, NHS, Interact Club, and …
Friday, September 7, 2012
Gavin Lichtenstein earns this month's honor.
Friday, September 7, 2012
The Student of the Month award is sponsored by the High School’s faculty and the Willow Grove Rotary Club to highlight student excellence and service. Gavin is Vice President of Key Club and Marching Band and is also a Class Officer. Gavin participates in the Drama Company productions, and can be found every morning producing and broadcasting the High School morning announcements. Outside of school, Gavin is an Eagle Scout with Troop 354 and is interning with the Upper Moreland-Willow Grove Patch as well as writing articles for publication. Gavin hopes to attend Temple University next fall for communication and broadcasting. Gavin has also contributed many articles to Upper Moreland Patch.
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
This Upper Moreland student is comfortable behind the mic.
Many high school students are still trying to carve out a career path. Gavin Lichtenstein doesn’t have that problem. The Upper Moreland student is getting ready for his junior year and has already picked up a head start to his career. Lichtenstein is hoping to one day become a sports broadcaster, but he is already gaining valuable experience at Upper Moreland. “I’ve been a color analyst and play-by-play announcer for the past two years,” said Lichtenstein. “When I came into the high school, there was never a student who broadcasted the games. For the past two years, I’ve become that student.” When Lichtenstein first arrived at Upper Moreland, he wanted to get started on his broadcasting career immediately. He met with Tony Gauker, the …