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Weekly Update

Updates on news near and far.

Updates on news near and far.

Photo by Phoebe Lawson

Updates on news near and far.

Photo by Phoebe Lawson

Photo by Phoebe Lawson

Updates on news near and far.

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PMHS Life:

  • On March 6th, there was a District-wide Vocal Night Concert in the High School Auditorium at 7:00 p.m.
  • On Monday, March 4th, there was a 2 hour delay for the Patchogue Medford school district due to the weather conditions.
  • On Saturday, March 9th, Patchogue Medford High School will be holding an SAT Exam.
  • On March 14th, there is a POPS Concert in the High School Auditorium at 7:00 p.m. Also, there is a PTSA Meeting in Room 216 at 7:30 p.m.

Community:

  • In Patchogue, the Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts announced that it will be presenting Benise – Fuego! Spirit of Spain on Thursday, March 28, 2019 at 8 p.m.
  • On March 16th, in Patchogue, there is the 6th Annual Town of Oyster Bay Polar Plunge for the athletes of Special Olympics, New York.
  • In Patchogue, Tap Room raised $13,000 by James Bonanno to build a new kitchen and dining area for a school in Kenya called Laburra Primary School.

National:

  • Earlier this week in Valley Gorge Park, several fossilized dinosaur footprints were found along a hiking trail.
  • NASA confirmed that for the first time ever a female group of astronauts will be conducting the annual spacewalk at the international space station.
  • Two young sister spent almost 2 days lost in the woods after they disobeyed their mother and went on a walk alone.
  • After a 10 year hiatus, The Jonas Brothers made a comeback and dropped a single as well as a music video for the song.

International:

  • Japan is attempting to have their first moon landing and is currently building a lunar rover to further their goals.
  • Scientists discovered a fault line from an earthquake that could have cause the Roman Coliseum to become damaged.
  • People in Sweden are looking to serve 3D-Printed food to the elderly in nursing homes.
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