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 else to get the exact same dress as you, so to resolve this conflict, a dress page was made for this year for girls to send in their dresses. @2019shsprom. This year looking at the prom page, we made some assumptions about what the trends were, based on the similarities in the dresses. The trends that we noticed were off the shoulder, v necks, halter necks, slits, red, and black colored dresses. Speaking of dresses, they can be super expensive and it might be out of your budget, or you just don’t want to spend all that money if you’re an underclassman and you’re waiting until for senior prom. Our school has a “Cinderella’s Closet” run by Ms. Legath. We asked Ms. Legath a couple of questions to get some more information about this.

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 exponentially increasing in the past couple of years, something she finds troubling.

By Gabriella Lozada

On December 19,2018, the freshman class elected their class officers. They a class president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer. The new class President is Naiya Schankowitz and her supporting vice president is Madison Bryant. The class treasurer is Christina Do; the class secretary is Nevaeh Eck-Shade. Many do not know the roles and the importance of these new class leaders. Here is a short synopsis of each role.

By Justin Burkhardt

This year’s homecoming court nominees participated in the Salisbury parade last Friday evening. The parade began at HST at 5:00pm and traveled to the high school at around 6:30pm. Along the route the homecoming court nominees threw candy to the onlookers. The female nominees include: Sarah Bobeck, Katie Rutt, Melinda Rivera, Riley Peters, and Rylee Donaldson. The male nominees include: Jack Frankenfield, Jacob Kamp, Brendan Miller, Delano McKenzie, and Justin Burkhardt. Due to conflict with scheduling for the football game, Jack, Jacob, and Delano will not be participating in the parade. We sat down with Sarah Bobeck, then nominee, to ask questions leading up to the parade, as well as a follow up interview after all of the homecoming festivities. We also sat down with Justin Burkhardt for the same process.

By Elizabeth Sirianni

On October 2nd, Ms. Lucas hosted a field trip for her Intro to Theater class. Her students saw a live performance of the play Picnic at Desales University at the Labuda Center for the Performing Arts. The class left for the trip at about 9AM and returned at about 12:00AM considering that the play’s run time was just over two hours and the round trip was about half an hour long. I had the privilege of interviewing Ms. Lucas to ask her more about the trip: