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Branding Iron Wins Challenge

Congratulations to The Branding Iron Staff and students for winning the Walts Other Pub Mascot Mania Menu Challenge. The Broncho Breakfast Burger, affectionately known as the B3 at Walt's out sold all of the other high schools in the greater Lafayette areas menu item. The B3 was created by Mr. young and his culinary students and is a 1/2 lb. steak burger with bacon, cheddar cheese, hash brown patty, fried egg, and balsamic ketchup. The Broncho Breakfast Burger will be a regular menu item at Walt's Other Pub and featured as the 2015 Mascot Mania Winner!  Make sure you visit Walts to try the B3!
 



 

JEFForensics Qualifies for Speech Nationals; Fowler, Preston Win Awards

On Saturday, March 14, 2015, the JEFForensics Debate & Speech Team sent seventeen students to the Hoosier Crossroads District Tournament at Noblesville High School. Of the sixteen total entries, twelve advanced to semi-finals and three were finalists. Ruthie Satchell and Rebekah Sterrett finished in Fourth Place in Memorized Duo Interpretation, which makes them 2nd Alternates to the National Tournament. Giuseppe Alkire also finished in Fourth Place in his event, International Extemporaneous Speaking. As a 2nd Alternate, due to Entry Rules for the other qualifiers, Giuseppe was moved up and will be competing at the National Tournament. Layke Fowler was named Grand Champion in Humorous Interpretation, a title he has earned three years in a row. As a Grand Champion, Layke automatically qualified for the National Tournament. Along with Mr. Newhouser, these students will travel to Dallas, Texas in June for the National Speech and Debate Association’s National Tournament. Congratulations and good luck!

Additionally, Layke Fowler earned the Hoosier Crossroads District Student of the Year Award, given to a senior each year from the district who exemplifies excellence in speech, integrity, character, and service! Congratulations to Layke!

Finally, our very own Mark Preston was named the Hoosier Crossroads District Principal of the Year for his exemplary communication skills in support of not only speech and debate, but of all clubs, athletics, and activities at Jefferson High School! Thanks to Mr. Preston for his commitment to make all students, faculty, and staff feel like they are a part of a larger “Broncho Family!”

JEFForensics: Speak & Destroy!

 



 

Science and Engineering Fair Results

Jefferson High School science students excelled this past weekend at the Lafayette Regional Science and Engineering Fair held at Purdue University!  This regional fair serves a twelve county area and because of the numerous medals earned by the Science Bronchos, Jefferson High School placed first place, earning us the Outstanding School Award!  Jeff students grabbed the gold medal in 6 of the 14 categories, earning Mr. Ruhl the Outstanding Teacher Award.  Jeff High School’s own Sarah Cooper was selected as one of the top two students overall!

With this award, Sarah Cooper earned the opportunity to compete at the State Science and Engineering Fair at the end of March along with 9 other top students from the Lafayette regional fair.  Jeff students Olivia Newman, Samantha Hatter, and Justin Cooper were also selected to be part of the elite 10 students who will be headed to the state science fair, where they will compete with top winners from Indiana’s 9 other regional fairs for scholarships, prizes, and all expenses paid trips to the International Science & Engineering Fair in Pittsburg in May.
 



 

Youth Summit and Networking Event:

We are excited to announce that on Monday, April 20 from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Jefferson High School will hold the Youth Summit and Networking Event: What About You?

This FREE event is for high school students in grades 10-12 in the Advanced Manufacturing and PLTW programs.

This Summit will offer YOU the opportunity to learn about skills employers’ value, attend high impact workshops, and network  with local employers and executives to learn about summer jobs and internship opportunities in Greater Lafayette. You will also receive a gift bag for participating, breakfast and lunch and an opportunity to win prizes!

Seating is limited, be sure to register today!

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