With the beginning of October, students have caught Homecoming fever.
Students are preparing for the day’s events in different ways. Choreographers and dancers have been practicing to produce a “man dance.” Artists are putting the finishing touches on their Homecoming decorations. As a reminder, the Homecoming game is Oct. 13 and the dance is Oct. 14.
Students are returning to the routine of high school. With classes in session for almost three weeks now, it won’t be long before student activities begin again.
Model UN, a club where students learn how the United Nations is run and have the opportunity to perform mock trials, began Sept. 8. Keep an eye out for the debate team, a group of students who research and debate topics that relate to what is happening in the world today, as they will be beginning their season shortly.
With the end of summer fast approaching, students are finishing their last bit of summer homework and savoring the final few days of summer.
Since students leave the end of the school year knowing their schedules for the following year and receive the official schedule two weeks before school starts, students are only waiting for one thing – their laptops.
Salisbury High School students had their last day of school June 12. As I participated in some of the final activities for the year, I was able to reflect on my first year at SHS.
When I first walked in the doors for orientation, like everyone else, I was afraid I would get lost. This however, I soon learned would never happen, because everyone who goes to or has been to Salisbury knows, it’s just a square.
Be The Match is a program which allows people who are 18 years old or older to sign up for the opportunity to save a person’s life by donating bone marrow.
For Sien Bauman and Payton Stauffer’s Challenge Based Learning Project, they created an online donation with the Be The Match program to allow people in our community to sign up for the potential to save someone’s life.
Congratulations to the Salisbury Theatre Department for receiving two Freddy nominations for the spring production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” - one for Outstanding Stage Crew and one for Outstanding Featured Performance by an Actress - Jessette Long as Sally Brown.
The Freddy Awards show will be held at the State Theater in Easton and broadcast on WFMZ May 25.
Students from Salisbury High School traveled to Saucon Valley High School to compete against Pennridge High School in their final debate of the year.
SHS was on the affirmative team, while Pennridge High School was on the negative team, for this year’s resolve, “The United States should implement a DNA database for all criminal suspects.” Each team is required to give two speeches, question the other team two times and write and present one rebuttal. The individual debate teams can have a maximum of four members; however, they can have less than four members.
On April 29, Olivia Hoeing, Elena Lagunilla and Rylee Donaldson are hosting a Hello Goodbye Soccer Tournament for their challenge based learning project.
Salisbury High School students have been busy recently with many exciting activities including the Student Government Advisory dodgeball tournament, Scholastic Scrimmage and the No Place For Hate shirt sale.
SGA hosted the dodgeball tournament March 23. SGA is a group that organizes events for students at the high school. The dodgeball tournament was an exciting event to raise money to support the SGA. Congratulations to the Average Joe’s, who won this year’s trophy.
Editor’s Note: The Salisbury Press would like to welcome Paige Mathieu as a Salisbury High School correspondent. She is a ninth grader at the school and is involved in the Debate team and Literary Club. She also dances at Muhlenberg Community Dancer Center for the past 12 years and plays the piano. She is an avid reader and is actively involved in church activities at The Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit, Emmaus, by assisting the minister, participating in the choir and teaching four-year-old Sunday school.