Category: Student Life

  • Homecoming Pep Rally

    By Samantha Gibisser Salisbury Student Advisory members helped prep and decorate for the Homecoming pep rally in the weeks leading up to it.

  • Ten Things to Do This Summer

    Ten Things to Do This Summer

    By Gabi Lozada With school ending shortly, I’m sure many of you will be looking to make plans with your friends so you all can stay close and connected. Listed below are some fun ideas of things you can do alone or with friends during summer break.

  • How To: Prom Edition

    By Leah Chavez and Gracie Hawkinson It’s prom season, Salisbury. We are going to let you know the ins and outs of prom for this year anywhere from the dress page to where are the best places to take pictures. Let’s start out with dresses. When you find your perfect dress you don’t want somebody […]

  • Eight Things Guys Do That Are Super Unattractive

    Eight Things Guys Do That Are Super Unattractive

    By Gabriella Lozada Spring is around the corner and love is blooming. In this new season, it is crucial that guys know and make effective change to suit what girls actually find attractive. This is a PSA from all girls ever (This is not meant to offend, just to make y’all aware)!

  • Senior Events

    By Tyler Cramsey There are fewer than 40 days left until the last day for seniors, and that means there is a lot of important events coming up for these seniors. The last day for seniors to attend SHS is May 29th.

  • Honk!

    Honk!

    By: Cole Wasilow Although Salisbury is a smaller school, we have some pretty fun things to offer, one of these being the Spring Musical. “Honk!” is the musical adoption of “The Ugly Duckling” by Hans Christian. The show has been done over 8,000 times, and won the 2000 Olivier Award for Best Musical. Surprisingly enough, […]

  • Dodgeball Tournament

    ` By: Leah Chavez   The annual dodgeball tournament is held on March 19th at 6:00pm this year. This is a fun time to get your friends together and get a team of 8 people. You must have a minimum of 3 girls and 1 staff member. Last year I was on it and the […]

  • Downward Spiral in Gym Class Motivation?

    By Kyle Strubeck, Tyler Cramsey, and Justin Burkhardt The upcoming grades moving into high school have highlighted an increasing trend of lack of motivation and increased resentment when they’re pushed to get active in gym class. Miss Chong, a seasoned veteran gym teacher at Salisbury who has taught since 2007, says she’s observed this trend […]

  • Finding A New Outlet in Creative Organization

    By Haroula Barbounis and Gabi Lozada As some students may know, Miss DosSantos is running a new Falcon Period next year. Creative Organization is not exactly a club, but it’s Dos’s offering to kids who love being creative and expressing themselves while being organized. The group is about getting organized, but in a creative way; […]

  • Stay Cool and Help Out School!

    Stay Cool and Help Out School!

    By Elizabeth Sirianni The 6th annual “Be Cool for Our School” Polar Plunge is this Saturday. The event will benefit Marian Catholic High School. The plunge takes place at Mauch Chunk Lake in Jim Thorpe and registration is open from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Those who register first will start plunging at 12:00 p.m. […]