By Maggie Eckhart
In the Lehigh Valley, most of the population is shocked to see the absence of snow on the streets and sidewalks. By this time of year the Valley usually has some type of snow that sticks. Not only is it the lack of snow that has unsettled citizens, but it’s also the unusually high temperatures.
By Ella DeFazio Our very own SHS swim team starts off the season with a loss against Moravian […]
By Timmy Buda This past weekend Salisbury Township and Salisbury School District partnered to run its 5th annual […]
By Destynie Lichtenwalner
Wintery weather of freezing rain, snow, and ice, is quickly approaching. Many students are able to drive, of course, but on days like these, it’s extremely dangerous.
The farmer’s almanac has made a decent prediction for this year already. Are you ready for it? Farmers and other participants who grow their own fruits and vegetables have a particular pattern that they believe can predict the weather.
Students visit Gettysburg as part of a Civil War unit
by Samantha Gibisser and Ella DFazio
To tie in what students were learning in class, American Cultures I and Honors American Cultures I classes took a field trip to the Gettysburg National Military Park, Museum & Visitor Center, and the Gettysburg Battlefield.
Mrs. Kennedy and Mr. Frick have been taking this trip for years and never get bored because they tend to learn something new every time they visit. “It is better to show kids instead of just telling them” Mr. Frick said.
By Cole Wasilow
Tired of getting scooped up in an old Ford or Nissan while traveling through New York?
By Ryann Thomson
As the football season came racing to an end, the senior football players, cheerleaders, and marching band members played home one last time.
By Ella DeFazio
To kick off the start of the school year, Salisbury High School’s Annual Homecoming Parade was held before the Homecoming football game.
By Quinn Wittman
Basketball is right around the corner for the lady Falcons, and they’re looking for some wins this season. Open gyms started, and girls are coming to get warmed up and prepared for the most exciting time of the year for them. The team has only two returning starters, including Madison Bettuccio and Quinn Wittman.