We made it! The end of the 2019 school year is here! June 13 will be the last day of school for all Salisbury Township students.
Salisbury Middle School and Salisbury High School will dismiss 10:30 a.m. and both elementary schools will dismiss 11:15 a.m. I hope everyone has a safe, enjoyable and maybe even relaxing summer.
Allentown Central Catholic High School students had a busy and exciting last month of school.
The drama club embarked on their annual trip to New York City May 26. The club enjoyed free time in the city and a performance of the Broadway musical “Beetlejuice.”
The last week of school is here!
Which means it is time for some very important ceremonies to attend.
The Western Salisbury Elementary School kindergarten promotion ceremony will be held 1:30 p.m. June 11.
The WSE fifth grade promotion ceremony will be held 10 a.m. June 12.
The end of the year also means early dismissal.
Salisbury High School and Salisbury Middle School will dismiss 12:15 p.m. June 12 and 10:30 a.m. June 13.
Harry S Truman Elementary School and WSE will dismiss 1 p.m. June 12 and 11:15 a.m. June 13.
Salisbury students are all excitedly looking forward to the last day of school.
Salisbury High School students will have a 12:15 p.m. dismissal June 12 and a 10:30 a.m. dismissal June 13. As the year comes to a close, I think that it is time to reflect upon what SHS students have accomplished throughout this year.
Salisbury students have been active in many different clubs.
Students Against Destructive Decisions became Students Taking Active Roles, which allowed the members to include more topics to plan more activities.
With Memorial Day 2019 in the books, that means we are officially in the home stretch of the school year. Everything seems to be winding down, but in some sense, things are starting to get a little more crazy.
On May 30, students in the gifted program will present in the Harry S Truman Elementary School gym. Look for information to be coming home with your student if they are in the gifted program.
The Allentown Central Catholic High School prom, Sunset Beach, was held at DeSales University May 11. The senior prom court consisted of King Alex Abouafech, Queen Sam Austin, John Cardiges, Erin Chlebove, Michael Fleck, Natasha Kuklis, Gracia Rother, Tomasz Zukowski, Brendan Kern, Rhyan Joyce, Nick Amsler and Lily Atiyeh.
The junior prom court consisted of King George Hlavac, Queen Emma Luchetti, Jack Yen, John Fenstermacher, Christopher Clifford, Christina Lipovsky, JayVian Boston, Catherine Scott, Bridget Nagle, Reily Heidecker, Alexandra Manley and Gabi Haring.
I can’t believe it is graduation time again! The commencement ceremony for Salisbury High School’s class of 2019 will be held 6 p.m. June 4 at Allentown Symphony Hall. Admission is by ticket only.
The Salisbury Cross Country team will hold a car wash fundraiser noon to 4 p.m. June 1. Tickets can be purchased at the car wash or from a cross country team member. Come out to Big Woody’s on South 4th Street and support the cause.
All Salisbury Township schools will be closed May 24 and 27 for the Memorial Day holiday.
The Salisbury High School AEVIDUM club encouraged students to wear yellow May 16 to promote Stopping the Stigma and creating a Community of Care. The goal of this club is to make sure everyone at SHS feels supported. In order to promote the idea of “We’ve got your back,” the club passed out yellow smiley face stickers and wrote the name of every student and staff at SHS on paper hands, which were displayed in SHS’s hallways. Students interested in joining AEVIDUM should email Mrs. Legath.
Chocolate-covered pretzels, caramel popcorn, peanut butter and jelly, pineapple pizza, salt on watermelon (yes, it’s a thing) - sweet and salty is a pairing made in food heaven. The combination is found nearly everywhere to the point where, on the surface, the two make perfect sense, but think it over and it’s not necessarily obvious why these two flavors work so well.
Why don’t these two flavors clash? Scientists from Monell Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphia and Utah State University set out to answer this very question.
Allentown Central Catholic High School’s production of “The Drowsy Chaperone” received eight nominations for the 2019 Freddy Awards, including outstanding choreography and outstanding overall production by a smaller school.
The ACCHS Science Olympiad Team competed at the Science Olympiad State Competition at Juniata College April 27. Seniors Sydni Ernst and Natasha Kuklis placed third in “Write It, Do It.”