Glenwood PTA hosts volleyball championship
Neighbors | Zack Shively.Glenwood Junior High School had a volleyball championship that included seventh- and eighth-grade students, their teachers and the Boardman Police. Pictured are the teachers of the school and the police officers. The two groups played against each other for the event.
Neighbors | Zack Shively.The PTA of Glenwood Junior High School organized the volleyball championship to raise money for the PTA and events they sponsor. Pictured, Student Resource Officer Phil Merlo set up to serve the volleyball.
Neighbors | Zack Shively.Glenwood Junior High School's volleyball championship saw two seventh-grade teams play, followed by the teachers and the Boardman Police and concluding with the eighth-grade tournament. The students teams had eight players with four boys, four girls and a maximum of two volleyball players on each team. Pictured, Sizzlin' Spikers took on Take the L for the eighth-grade championship.
Neighbors | Zack Shively.The students of Glenwood Junior High School signed up to participate in a volleyball tournament that they played in after school. On March 22, the top two teams from the seventh grade and eighth grade played. The school's PTA also invited teachers and Boardman Police to the event to give it a community feel. Pictured, principal Bart Smith jumped up to get the volleyball.
Neighbors | Zack Shively.The PTA raised $400 just from team registration in the volleyball tournament. The organization also get money through consessions and ticket prices from the event. They spend the money on events like school dances and their Career Day, while also funding clubs and student programs.
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