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GNA adapts to COVID-19

GNA High School students have adapted to life under Covid-19.

Jordan Lamb, Student Writer

September 22, 2020

GREATER NANTICOKE AREA HIGH SCHOOL- Across the nation, it feels as though the end of the world started in March. But for schools, it doesn’t have to stay that way. The lockdown doesn’t put an end to the nation’s education and, here at Nanticoke, we’re not letting it stop us either. These ti...

Are you interested in becoming a class officer?

Campaign posters adorned the hallways of GNA last school year

The GNA Insider Staff

September 18, 2020

GREATER NANTICOKE AREA HIGH SCHOOL- Everyone is looking to build their resume in hopes of making themselves more marketable to colleges, universities, the military, and the work-force. What better way to boost your resume than becoming a class officer? A class officer is one who leads by example....

The GNA Insider unveils new app

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Sophia Tattersall, Student Writer

September 15, 2020

GREATER NANTICOKE AREA- The GNA Insider has unveiled its new app for the 2020-2021 school year. In order to download the app, please follow the directions below: 1. Download the app (search "student news source") from the app store on your phone. 2. Open the app and search for your school(s...

Decision Day

Decision Day

The GNA Insider Staff

June 3, 2020

Ms. Victor is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Decision Day 2020: Greater Nanticoke Area Time: Jun 4, 2020 03:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://fandm.zoom.us/j/93435999919?pwd=dXhmYytRT0Z0VUZ4eVFHRkc5WURMdz09 Meeting ID: 934 3599 9919 Password: GNA ...

Cap and gown distribution

Cap and gown distribution

The GNA Insider Staff

June 3, 2020

GNA CAMPUS: Senior cap and gown distribution will take place on Friday, June 5th at the high school bus port. Please follow the schedule below. In order to follow state CDC guidelines and to promote social distancing, all people picking up are asked to remain in their cars, wear masks, and wait unt...

AP online testing

AP online testing

Jenna Baron, Student Writer

May 27, 2020

The current pandemic that is affecting everyone around the world is hitting some high school students even harder. With remote learning becoming the new normal for teaching Advanced Placement, students are trying to comprehend new material on their own. College Board has adjusted to the current situati...

Congratulating the Class of 2020

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Kayla Eckrote, Student Writer

May 26, 2020

THE UNITED STATES- Both high schools and colleges all across the nation are faced with a great number of troubles as the 2019-2020 school year comes to a close - one such issue is graduation. What previously would have been a massive outdoor or in-gym ceremony can no longer be held, for COVID-19 has throw...

GNA takes third place in Stock Market Challenge

GNA takes third place in Stock Market Challenge

The GNA Insider Staff

May 20, 2020

Nanticoke – The Pennsylvania Council on Financial Literacy works with teachers statewide to give our students a better understanding of personal finance decision-making, to improve our children’s future and this country’s economic prosperity. Never in our lifetime, has the price of failure been...

Senior updates

Senior updates

Jordan Spencer, Student Writer

May 9, 2020

Attention seniors! Be sure to check Ms. Victor's Facebook Page (GNA College & Career Advising) and Instagram Page (ms.victor_gna) for updates on college information, for important dates concerning the rest of the school year, and to watch your classmate's senior highlights. Send your favorite...

AP adjustments: explaining the new exam

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Kayla Eckrote, Student Writer

April 28, 2020

THE UNITED STATES- Students across America have been diligently working, studying, and preparing all year for their AP exams so that they may receive college credits. However, with the outbreak of COVID-19 causing most schools in the country to shut down and assign students work to complete at home,...

Cut short

Class of 2020

Jordan Spencer, Student Writer

April 28, 2020

When the 2019-2020 school year came to a close officially on Thursday, April 9th, the class of 2020 was devastated to learn that they would not get to spend their last semester of high school with their favorite teachers, their friends, or their classmates before they went their separate ways. There...

Elementary chorus sings at WBS Penguins game

Elementary chorus sings at WBS Penguins game

Jenna Baron, Student Writer

March 19, 2020

MOHEGAN SUN ARENA -  On Saturday March 7th, the Greater Nanticoke Area Elementary Chorus showcased their talent in the community. Just before 7:05 pm the chorus serenaded hockey fans of the Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins by singing “God Bless America,” written by Irving Berlin. It was the Pengu...

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