ESPORTS TEAM*

Melissa Fullerton
By Melissa Fullerton September 22, 2021 14:56

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ESPORTS TEAM

Purpose: The esports team was designed to give students a chance to grow as players, students, and citizens. Our goals are to play competitively in the North America Scholastic Esports Federation (NASEF) against other high schools and provide an opportunity for students to compete at some level no matter what level of play they currently have. In addition, to efficiently facilitate our esports team with non playing positions such as: Web Designer, Broadcaster/Commentator, Media Specialist, and more.

Our core values are:

Learning
We connect learning and play in and out of the classroom so that students, educators and families experience the real-world value of education through interest-driven learning.

Opportunity
We value a safe and engaging space for all students to connect, play, learn, and grow.

Community
We build a strong community of interconnected scholar players who demonstrate leadership, accountability, commitment, and fortitude.

Diversity
We develop strong character and self-identity so that all participants celebrate individuality and differences.

Respect
We honor the human potential for respect of self and others.

Activities: Hanging up posters with positive messages, Morning shout-outs, Student support groups, Students helping students (Training, etc.), Inspirational Social Media accounts…Among other things!

Advisors: Mr. Lapi & Mr. Reitnauer

*The student activity fee is required for this club.

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Melissa Fullerton
By Melissa Fullerton September 22, 2021 14:56

Student Activity Fee Policy

The activity fee for clubs is due by December 14, 2021.


In accordance with school policy, the Governor Mifflin School District has established a Student Activity Fee. The purpose of this fee is to offset costs associated with Governor Mifflin’s extracurricular programs. A one-time fee of $75 will enable each Grade 7-12 student to participate in an unlimited number of school athletic teams or other co-curricular activities during the school year. Families with multiple children shall pay a maximum of $225 in student activity fees for the school year. Students eligible for free meals will have the activity fee automatically waived and others who feel this fee is a financial hardship can call the Business Office to discuss installment payments or a possible reduction in the fee.

If payment is not received by the due date, the student will not be eligible to participate until payment is made. Click here to view the complete Activity Fee letter for the current school year on our district Forms and Notices page.


Questions about the activity fees or payment process?
Please contact the Governor Mifflin Business Office at 610-775-1461, ext. 1107.