Day: February 13, 2018

2018-2019 Course Selection

By Abigail Christman

It’s that time of the year where current juniors, sophomores, and freshmen must pick their courses for the 2018-2019 school year! To access the course selection form students must login to the STSD community portal. All of the required courses are listed at the top of the form (english, math, social studies, science, and world languages), which are recommended by your current teacher. If students do not agree with their teachers recommendation they can click on “Special Request” and enter their concern or request. When the students are done choosing their core classes they can choose a physical education or health course. Students are required to graduate with two physical education courses and one health course, and students can only take one physical education class per year. After students are done choosing  their physical education courses they select their elective courses. Elective courses are listed by department and they will appear when you click on the specific department. To request primary courses you must click the box on the left, to choose the course as an alternative you must click the box on the right. Falcon Periods have no credits, students may choose up to five falcon periods per cycle. Falcon periods are scheduled study halls. Full day Salisbury High School students must have a total of 8 credits and SHS/LCTI students must have a total of 7 credits. In addition to having 8 credits you must choose 4-6 alternative courses. When students have completed course selection they click save and print 2 copies for their parent or guardian to sign. Students should hand in the paper when they meet with their guidance counselor. Continue reading “2018-2019 Course Selection”

Camila Cabello makes a striking debut on her emotionally led debut album, Camila

By Jack Kubinec

Since leaving the world renowned girl group Fifth Harmony, Camila Cabello has turned pop superstar. She’s topped the charts and performed at some of the worlds biggest venues, all before the release of her debut solo album Camila. With her #1 hit Havana and #1 album Camila, it helped her become the third female to ever reach both number one on the single charts and album charts simultaneously since Beyoncé in 2003 and Britney Spears in 1999.  Originally titled The Hurting, The Healing, The Loving, Camila describes her struggle from pain to joy. Although the only pain notable to her audience is leaving one of the worlds biggest girl groups and the drama that followed, there is much more she opens up about that was behind closed doors.. Continue reading “Camila Cabello makes a striking debut on her emotionally led debut album, Camila”

Another Baby from the Kardashian/Jenner Family

by Rylee Yerkes

Super Bowl LII is not the only thing that the media has been raving about. Kylie Jenner, reality T.V. star and owner of Kylie Cosmetics, announced to the public on the same day as the super bowl that she had a baby girl. Fans were happy to see her posting again; she’s been missing from social media for the past few months, and didn’t make an appearance on the family’s Christmas card.

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