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Seneca Valley Middle School students enjoy Finale Fun Day

| Friday, June 21, 2013, 3:51 p.m.
Gwen Titley | Tribune-Review
Eighth grade purpose teacher, Meagan Loewy, and eight grader, Kyle Cindrich dance to Gangnam Style during lunch in the Seneca Valley Middle School cafeteria on June 6, 2013 during the school's 'Finale Fun Day'.
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Seventh grader Casey Colbert plays a Nirvana song in the Seneca Valley multipurpose room during the Guitar Day portion of the school's 'Finale Fun Day'. Colbert has been learning guitar for three years.
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Matt Slusser, a seventh grader at Seneca Valley Middle School, plays corn hole as part of a competition with other classes on June 6, 2013 as part of the school's 'Finale Fun Day'
Gwen Titley | Tribune-Review
Lexi Messina, a seventh grader at Seneca Valley Middle School, dances with her friends during lunch on 'Finale Fun Day' on June 6, 2013.

Seneca Valley Middle School students enjoy “Finale Fun Day,” on June 6, which included an outside school picnic with a DJ and activities such as Guitar Day and Phys Ed Challenge. Students also saw a cyber safety presentation. The end-of-year event celebrates and rewards students' hard work.

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