By Jack Kubinec
On May 1st I had the opportunity to attend Camila Cabello’s debut Never Be The Same Tour. Let me tell you, it was an experience like no other. A few days after tickets went on sale, the entire tour sold out and from there I knew it would be night to remember.
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By Brett Minnick
As the year winds down the inevitable student attention collapse begins. Students tap out a few weeks early in favor of card games, naps, and socializing. Here are some of the most common things you will see students do in May and June.
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By Zach Peace
On April 4th, students at Salisbury High School were inducted into the National Honor Society. Students had the pleasure of listening to numerous speakers, including members of administration, the NHS co-advisors, and their own peers. The four officers of NHS, President Peyton Stauffer, Vice President Rylee Donaldson, Secretary Madison Jewel, and Treasurer Katie Rutt, gave speeches and advice on the future to their peers. They also quoted great historical figures including Mahatma Gandhi and John Quincy Adams.
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By Lindsey Diamond
Hello readers! I have been oddly interested in food for as long as I can remember. For example, I watch the Food Network every single day after school. If I am not watching cable TV, I am most likely on Netflix watching baking/cooking shows as well. My friends can tell you that when I start talking about food, I cannot stop.
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By Lindsey Diamond
Salisbury High School students participated in Reading Olympics on April 5th, 2018. Reading Olympics is a trivia style competition where students read books and get the opportunity to test their knowledge on the books that they read by answering questions against other schools. Here is a list of students who participated this year:
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By Brett Minnick
Salisbury SAP (Student Assistance Program) is running a poster contest for the “See Something Say Something” for suspicious or questionable behavior. The posters are to encourage a safe environment in school thats supports those who needs assistance. This is a great contest to spread the word on SAP in today’s world where students need help. The prizes range for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd with the top prize being a $100 gift card for the Lehigh Valley Mall and the posters will receive a higher grade if they have a clear message and a creative theme. The deadline is March 29th for submitting them to the main office. Check out the Salisbury Blog for more information.
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”