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GNA students compete in programming contest at Bloomsburg University

GNA students compete in programming contest at Bloomsburg University

Michele Wisniewski, Teacher

April 11, 2018


Filed under Campus Life

On April 10th, 2018, students from Greater Nanticoke Area competed in Bloomsburg University’s 23rd Annual High School Programming Contest. Approximately 60 teams total competed in the event with Nanticoke having 3 teams in the competition. Students had 3 hours to complete up to 10 programs which can be found here P...

K.M Smith hosts annual egg hunt

K.M Smith hosts annual egg hunt

Ariyanna Hrivnak, Guest Writer

April 4, 2018


Filed under Campus Life

The Interact Club went to K.M. Smith for the annual Easter egg hunt for pre-k, kindergarten, and first grade. Kids were able to choose an egg and it determined their prizes. The prizes ranged from whistles to stuffed bunnies. Students who volunteered were Brianna Ottensman, Alicia Pacheco, Jillian Manangan,...

Getting to know our staff: Diane Kivler

Getting to know our staff: Diane Kivler

Taylor Zabrenski, Student Writer

April 3, 2018


Filed under Getting to know our staff

What are your hobbies outside of school? Watching sports, attending sporting events, running my photography business (not really a hobby), and spending time with my family   What is something most people don’t know about you? I was an assistant coach for the 2012 softball stat...

AP vs. dual enrollment

AP vs. dual enrollment

Eric Jeffries, Student Writer

March 29, 2018


Filed under Campus Life

One of the hardest things about being a high school student is that you are forced to make multiple tough decisions that end up having a massive impact on your future. Even though you’re just teenagers, it is expected that you will figure out what you want to do with your lives for the next forty y...

Out of this world and into the classroom

Out of this world and into the classroom

Dawson Hughes, Student Writer

March 27, 2018


Filed under Campus Life

Those who know Mr. Fleury are well aware that his teaching style is quite different. His methods are unique because he does not teach from the textbook alone. Mr. Fleury transforms his class into a hands-on experience that leaves his students with a lasting impression and keeps them on the edge of their...

Getting to know our teachers: Mr. Figlerski

Getting to know our teachers: Mr. Figlerski

Taylor Zabrenski, Student Writier

March 26, 2018


Filed under Getting to know our staff

What are your hobbies outside of school? Side business - fine art (painting) / private art lessons / tattooing (Vampyre Ink), tennis, bicycling, fitness when I can (daughter takes up much of my time / side business), home improvement (Weekend warrior with that!) What is something most people don’...

Getting to know out staff: Mrs. Pray

Getting to know out staff: Mrs. Pray

Taylor Zabrenski, Student Writer

March 23, 2018


Filed under Getting to know our staff

What are your hobbies outside of school? Spending time with my daughter and husband, shopping, and photography. What is something most people don’t know about you? I love Christmas. I put up three trees filled with Hallmark ornaments. I’ve been collecting ornaments since I was born. If you...

Senior Aaron Miller featured as student columnist in Citizens’ Voice

Senior Aaron Miller featured as student columnist in Citizens’ Voice

Aaron Miller, Writer & Editor

March 22, 2018


Filed under Campus Life

BY AARON MILLER, NEWSPAPER IN EDUCATION STUDENT COLUMNIST / PUBLISHED: MARCH 21, 2018 The 2017-18 school year marked the beginning of a new era for The GNA Insider, the student newspaper at Greater Nanticoke Area High School. For many years, the paper had been published as a quarterly account of ...

Junior Leadership Wilkes-Barre

Junior Leadership Wilkes-Barre

EJ Gill and Allison Williams

March 21, 2018


Filed under Campus Life, Community News

  Junior Leadership is a very respectable and rewarding program that has been held in high esteem in the local area for many years. Each year, only a few students are selected into the program at participating schools.  Beginning in 1981, Junior Leadership was started as a project and has de...

Student of the month: February 2018

Student of the month: February 2018

Brianna Stritzinger, Student Writer

March 20, 2018


Filed under Student of the month

        Lance Jenson, sophomore Branden Rosario-Clark, freshman...

GNA cheerleading: continuing a tradition

GNA cheerleading: continuing a tradition

Allison Williams, Student Writer

March 19, 2018


Filed under Campus Life, Cheerleading

The spirit that fills the stands during a GNA athletic event is contagious. The school spirit exuded by our student body is exceptional. Despite the size of the student body as a whole, the cheerleaders have a lead role, helping to create the atmosphere at every game. The GNA cheerleading squad...

The Amazing Race

The Amazing Race

Mrs. Michele Wisniewski, Teacher

March 19, 2018


Filed under Campus Life

Local female sophomores got the chance to explore STEM fields when Wilkes University’s Society of Women Engineers hosted The Amazing Race on Friday, March 16, 2018. The event ran from 9 A.M. – 1P.M. in the Arnaud C. Marts, Sports & Conference Center. Forty students participated from Greater Nan...

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