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Greenville High School

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ATHLETIC & Activity DEPARTMENT

Greenville High School

ATHLETIC & Activity DEPARTMENT

Greenville High School

Good news! The annual national high school poetry recitation contest—that Plumas County has been a participant in for the last four years is a go! A virtual go. Last week the California Arts Council—the state sponsor of the Poetry Out Loud contest ...

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Davis, a Quincy High School junior, is the grand prize winner of the 2020 Nancy Lund Memorial Essay Contest, sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Plumas County. She competed against 23 others to claim the $250 prize in a competition that asked high ...

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Students from Franklin Junior-Senior High School will present a virtual concert through Facebook at 7 p.m. on Wednesday. The concert, with singers from grades 7 through 12, will feature virtual ...

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This issue is why everyone should make smart choices with transportation; it could mean riding a bike to work or school or even carpooling. These options are both feasible and healthier alternatives for those that live in Plumas County to decrease the ...

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Last year, Greenville High School alumna Kerstin Porter debuted her web series Round Valley: A Small Town Conspiracy at the Greenville Museum, which you can now watch online. Since then, with the pandemic, the film industry has been struggling to make new ...

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Quincy Junior-Senior High School’s (QJSHS) Student Body President Nick Caiazzo was recognized for his leadership skills and sworn in Dec. 16 as a student representative to the school board. Meeting by Zoom video teleconference, as it has throughout the ...

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QJSHS senior Sarah Hoffman received high praise from her teachers and earned the Principal’s Recognition Award during the Dec. 16 online school board meeting. Photo submitted Quincy Junior-Senior High School (QJSHS) Senior Sarah Hoffman earned the ...

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Frank Berry, 40, of Greenville, was driving his parents’ 2004 silver Chevrolet Tracker northbound on Highway 89, north of the…

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Cedar Kooyman is focused on his work during art class at Portola High. Gumba’s Pizza donated $3,000 to the school with $1,000 going toward the art program. Photo submitted Portola Junior-Senior ... to the football program; $1000 toward the basketball ...

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Greenville Elementary School (GES) student Adelynn Smith, a fifth-grader, was honored for her outstanding academic performance and excellent citizenship during a Nov. 18 online broadcast of the Plumas Unified School District’s (PUSD) Governing Board of ...

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