Salisbury Press

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Viking Voices

Thursday, March 21, 2019 by MICHAEL FLECK in Columns

Science Olympiad team takes second in championship

The Allentown Central Catholic High School Science Olympiad team competed at the East Penn Conference Science Olympiad Championship March 1 at Northampton Community College. The team finished second and won four gold medals and one silver medal. First place winners included Anatomy (Pamela Gonzalez and Jack Mallon), Boomilever (Alan Garger and Luke Kuklis), Disease Detectives (Priyanka Bhashyam and Michael Fleck) and Fermi Questions (Gwen Minogue and Alex Strohl). Second place winner was Designer Genes (Sydni Ernst and Karina Mihura).

WESTERN SALISBURY COLUMN

Wednesday, March 13, 2019 by REBECCA FOEHRKOLB in Columns

Spice-filled workshop scheduled March 18

Salisbury Township School District is sponsoring a parent workshop entitled “Health Benefits of Spices and Herbs.”

Those who attend will learn the benefits of using spices and herbs in cooking, ranging from mild to spicy. Recipes will be included.

Come to Salisbury High School 6 p.m. March 18 to take advantage of this workshop conducted by Camille Laszczak, SFE, the district food service provider.

FALCON INSIDER

Wednesday, March 13, 2019 by PAIGE MATHIEU in Columns

‘Honk!’ opens March 14

Salisbury High School juniors traveled to Cedar Crest College to visit the Pennsylvania Association for College Admission Counseling College Fair March 7. Students had the opportunity to learn about colleges throughout the country by talking to college representatives and viewing the information pamphlets the schools provided.

EASTERN SALISBURY COLUMN

Wednesday, March 6, 2019 by SARAH TAKACS in Columns

Salisbury schools closed March 8 for an in-service day

Despite Punxsutawney Phil’s prediction for an early spring, The snow keeps piling up. Hopefully spring arrives soon.

All Salisbury Township schools will be closed March 8 for a teacher in-service day. School will resume March 11.

Daylight saving time begins March 10; don’t forget to “spring” those clocks forward one hour. Also remember to change your smoke detector batteries as well.

We love our fire departments; however, seeing them due to a fire is not the best way to meet them.

WESTERN SALISBURY COLUMN

Wednesday, February 27, 2019 by REBECCA FOEHRKOLB in Columns

Western PTA purse bingo March 10

Western Salisbury Elementary PTA will hold its sixth annual purse bingo March 10. Doors open at the Salisbury Middle School cafeteria noon, with bingo 1-4 p.m. Prizes include purses by Coach, Kate Spade, Vera Bradley and more. The day will also include a 50/50 raffle and basket raffles. Food and drinks will be available for purchase at the event. For more information, contact Deena Petrie at 610-442-5988 or email wsebingo@gmail.com.

FALCON INSIDER

Wednesday, February 27, 2019 by PAIGE MATHEIU in Columns

Salisbury High School blood drive Feb. 27

On Feb. 22, the Salisbury High School debate team had its final debate of the regular Lehigh Valley Interscholastic Debate season. This year students debated on the topics of legalizing the selling of human organs and upholding the Electoral College. Congratulations to the SHS debate team who won first in the LVID regular season. Stay tuned to see how they do in the LVID semi-finals.

SCIENCE MADE EASY

Wednesday, February 27, 2019 by KATRINA GUIDO in Columns

No compass necessary

As the snow (hopefully) stops falling and the weather takes a turn for the better, the snowbirds who made their annual trek south at the start of winter begin to return back north. They use planes, trains and cars allowing their navigation systems, maps, conductors and pilots to lead the way.

Similarly, months ago many real birds began their annual journey south and will soon return back north, but these birds don’t have GPS or a map to show them the way. How exactly do they know which way to fly?

VIKING VOICES

Wednesday, February 20, 2019 by MICHAEL FLECK in Columns

Open house scheduled Feb. 24 at Allentown Central

Allentown Central Catholic High School will host an open house 2 to 4 p.m. Feb. 24. Visiting families can tour the school and talk with students, teachers and administrators.

ACCHS’ new tuition discount program has been announced for the Class of 2023. Any incoming freshman who submits their application and early tuition payment by March 15 will receive $500 off their 2019-2020 tuition.