Newspaper Staff 2016
Nathan Rolls is a first-year editor of the news section. Nathan thoroughly enjoys english and everything it entails. He was born on March 16, 2000, and is currently in his junior year. He’s always had an interest for medicine, specifically orthopedic, and it has always been something he hopes to pursue. Nathan also enjoys biology, and it is what he plans to major in when he goes to college. He hopes to attend either West Chester University or the Pennsylvania State University. Nathan is currently a member of No Place For Hate, Band, and a proud member of our school’s debate team (which *will* bring home the trophy this year, as #1).
Jocelyn Donaldson is the editor of the the Opinion section in the Salisbury Newspaper. Jocelyn is a senior at Salisbury who believes that opinions are extremely important and that everyone’s opinions should be heard. After graduation, she plans to attend a school relatively close to her home, and study law because It combines her love for arguing/debating and writing.
Agostino D’Ancona is a senior and is a senior editor for the media section of the newspaper.
Abby Rapp is the editor of the Culture section for the newspaper, a varsity cheerleader, and the varsity boys basketball manager. Abby is currently a senior at Salisbury, and is a part of many clubs at Salisbury such as No Place For Hate, Key Club, Class Advisory, Student Government Advisory, Yearbook, and Peer Mediation. She plans to attend a 4 year university majoring in Kinesiology in hopes to become a Physical Therapist.
Shane Simononis is a senior at Salisbury High School, and the editor of the Sports section for the SHS Press. Shane plays football and wrestles for Salisbury, who is also a disc golf prodigy. He is a part of SADD and the Big Brother and Big Sister program, and plans to attend a 4 year university majoring in Business Management in hopes of becoming the next Michael Scott.
Nick Dryfoos is a senior at Salisbury High School, as well as the overall editor of the SHS Press. He is a 4 year member of the newspaper, and plans to attend a Florida university to pursue a major in business.