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THS CAREER DAY 2018

On May 4th, Titusville High School was bustling with many visitors. Students at the High School participated in a school wide Career Day with the help of several community members, local post-secondary schools, and training centers. Over eighty-five local career speakers from the community met with students in order for them to gain a different perspective of their potential careers including what journey the speakers  took to achieve their career goals, while other speakers provided advice about necessary independent living skills.   

National Honor Society Induction 2018
This spring, the National Honor Society of Titusville held its annual induction ceremony. From Titusville Alumni records, it was determined that this is the 60th year for the National Honor Society in the Titusville Area School District. The first club was started in 1958. The thirty-four current members from the senior class welcomed the twenty-eight new members (3 seniors and 25 juniors) at the morning induction ceremony. This ceremony was followed by a breakfast for members and their families. The ceremony was led by the current president, Rachel Fry who was assisted by the other officers of the club: Grace Proper, Max McAllister, Lexi Couch, and Bryce Preston . Mrs. Tammy McHenry, the high school counselor, is the advisor for the club. The four pillars that the Society is based upon include scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Students who are members are asked to demonstrate those values in their school and community. This year the students volunteered for Dr. Seuss Day and met with students at Main Street Elementary School. In the Fall, the club will do a volunteer activity for the community.  
PMEA PMEA All-State Festival

On Wednesday April 18th, Tim Kregiel (left) and Austin Gray (right) departed for the PMEA All-State Festival. Both students have been working on their music since mid-March to prepare for this experience. Tim was in the Concert Band where he played both the Alto Saxophone and the Soprano Saxophone. Austin was in the Wind Ensemble, where he was 1st chair in the Euphonium section. Both ensembles rehearsed for two days, and finished with a performance on Saturday. This was a culmination of PMEA festivals that began all the way back in October of this school year. Both students had memorable performances and this was an experience they will never forget!  

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