On May 29, Salisbury High School held its third annual Broadway Night. Performers sang pieces from their favorite broadway musical shows ranging from classic to modern day.
The baccalaureate service will be held 7 p.m. June 9 at Nativity Lutheran Church, 4004 Tilghman St. Allentown. The non-denominational service will focus on reflecting and celebrating graduation, thanking educators, and looking toward the future. Any senior who wishes to take part in the event should contact Colin Smith, John Leiderman or Shannon Pennella through their school email accounts.
The annual Academic and Service Awards ceremony will be held May 27. Students have been given prior notification regarding receipt of an award or scholarship and are strongly encouraged to attend this special event with their families to honor their academic and community service achievements. Contact Mrs. Zapf to RSVP for the event.
Broadway night is scheduled for May 28 at the high school. The students have been practicing to entertain; plan on attending for an exciting evening.
On April 29, members of the Salisbury High School Literary Club went to the Reading Olympics at Easton Area High School. The competition involved trivia from plots and details of popular young adult novels. Teams are placed based on accumulation of points over three rounds of questions. Team members received certificates for their participation.
The state-mandated Keystone exams will be administered mid to late May as follows: Literature: May 12 and 13, Algebra I: May 20 and 21, Biology: May 27 and 28. Students are to report to their designated testing rooms by 7:30 a.m.
On April 10, Salisbury High School held its annual "Mr. Salisbury" competition. Contestants included seniors Sinjon Bartel, Luke Chassard, Shaun Holben, Tyler Lesko, Ariel Soto, Samuel Undercuffler, Brad Vangeli and Zach Young.
Throughout the comedic and entertaining night, contestant performances ranged from dancing to churning butter. Young won first place, Chassard was runner up, and Bartel was second runner up. Congratulations to all.
The second annual SGA Dodgeball Tournament will be held 6:30 to 9 p.m. March 20 in the Salisbury High School gym. Sixteen teams will enter, only one will win. This promises to be the event of the year. Tickets are available in advance or at the door. Children under five are free. Tickets will be on sale at the school store.
The Salisbury High School baseball team is having a Boar's Head Sweet Slice Ham Fundraiser. Whole, half and baby ham sizes are offered. All orders come with glaze and deli mustard.
Salisbury High School Theatre presents William Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" 7 p.m. March 7, 2 and 7 p.m. March 8 and 2 p.m. March 9. Tickets can be purchased in advance via email, telephone or through a cast member. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 610-797-4107, ext. 2508.
Congratulations to PJAS participants and winners of the regional competition held at Easton High School Feb. 22. First place PJAS winners will advance to the Penn State competition held in May.
Salisbury High School is participating in Aeropostale's Teens for Jeans Campaign.
Donated jeans will be given to local homeless shelters and programs for people in need. If you would like to donate, send your pairs of jeans to the high school and label them "Miss DosSantos, room 117." It is advised jeans be in good condition. The deadline is Feb. 14.
Salisbury High School students will take Keystone exams Jan. 8 and 9 and Jan. 13 to 16. They will be tested on subjects such as algebra, biology and literature. Students scheduled to take these tests were notified in advisory and should report to their assigned class no later than 7:30 a.m. on those days, for testing which begins 8 a.m.
Students not taking the Keystone exams will operate on a 2-hour delay schedule. There is no 2-hour delay on Jan. 15 and 16.
The Salisbury High School Key Club Holiday Party, held for students in grades kindergarten through fifth, has been rescheduled to Dec. 21 due to inclement weather. To register your child, or for more information, contact Kate Rossetti at krossettistsd.org.
The Dale Carnegie Generation Next leadership course is provided for students in grades nine through 12, focusing on enhancing an array of skills from public speaking skills to stress management. Participation leaves the student with multiple college benefits including eligibility for college credits.
On Dec. 10 and 11, there will be a 2-hour delay due to Salisbury High School graduation project presentations. Students who present on either day must report to school at their scheduled times. All other juniors who are not presenting, along with the ninth, 10th and 12th grade students, will report to first block 9:35 a.m. Morning and all-day LCTI students will report to their bus 10:55 a.m.