By: Cole Wasilow Although Salisbury is a smaller school, we have some pretty fun things to offer, one […]
By: Haroula Barbounis “I’ve worked hard for a long time, and it’s not about winning, what it’s […]
` By: Leah Chavez The annual dodgeball tournament is held on March 19th at 6:00pm this year. […]
By Elizabeth Sirianni
If you happened to have read my latest article, you already know that Ms. Lucas’s Intro to Theater class has been learning how to perform and memorize a monologue. Each student was given a packet with multiple monologue excerpts from different plays, and they each chose the one they wanted to perform the most.
For the last month, members of the Falcon Courier staff have investigated various issues that impact the Salisbury community. The results of these endeavors will be posted over the next week. Today’s report, by staffers Gabi Lozada and Haroula Barbounis, focuses on the effect of social media use among SHS’s students, particularly with underclassmen. Their article and video feature are posted below.
By: Elizabeth Sirianni
The spotted lanternfly is an invasive pest native to China, India, and Vietnam. However, they have begun to make the Lehigh Valley their new home – here’s why we should be concerned:
By Haroula Barbounis
How did you dress up for Picture Day? Picture Day at Salisbury High School was held on Wednesday, September 19th. Students dressed up very nicely for the occasion, with girls in dresses and some boys who have gone as far as to wear tuxedos! What most students do is that they dress with a fancy shirt and sweatpants, so they are comfortable but look nice for their picture at the same time.