Students at Salisbury High School should plan to look their best Dec. 12, as club photos will be taken during first and second block for the yearbook. Check the email sent out by Ms. Lucas for more information about when your club’s photo will be taken.
The yearbook is holding a holiday sale. All yearbooks are discounted through Dec. 30. Students interested in buying a yearbook should see Ms. Lucas.
The Harry S Truman Elementary School PTO holiday shop is in full swing this week to allow students to pick out gifts for the holidays at an affordable price. Prices range from 25 cents to $10 and a shopping list was sent home with students. This is always a great experience for students to pick out their own gifts and PTO volunteers assist and wrap the gifts for them.
The Allentown Cedntral Catholic High School 2021 Student Council held a Glow-in-the-Dark Bowling Tournament Nov. 9. The event was held in Masson Auditorium and was a fun night for all in attendance.
Two senior student athletes have recently been recognized by local organizations.
Viking football running back Logan Bachman was named as an Eastern Pennsylvania Conference South All-Star First Team Offensive Player.
Salisbury High School is starting the new AEVIDUM club, which translates in Latin to “I’ve got your back.” This club focuses on bringing awareness to mental health issues. On Nov. 14, students interested in founding this club went to Nazareth High School to learn more.
Congratulations to Shane Artis and Michael Sosnowski for winning first and second place in the Colonial League boys cross country competition.
Salisbury Township School District and Salisbury Township have joined together to host the fourth annual Community Breakfast. If you are a Salisbury Township resident, employee or alumni, come to Salisbury High School 9-11 a.m. Dec. 8 for a free, yes I said free, breakfast. The menu includes pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausage, coffee and juices. Please RSVP at www.salisburysd.org/breakfast.
The Allentown Central Catholic High School’s Fall Open House and Viking Christmas will be held 2-4 p.m. Nov. 18. At open house, prospective families will have the chance to tour the school, meet teachers and studentsand learn about the opportunities ACCHS has to offer. Viking Christmas will be held in Rockne Hall and will feature Viking apparel and souvenirs available for purchase.
Beginning Nov. 15 and continuing until Nov. 21, Harry S Truman Elementary School and Western Salisbury Elementary School will dismiss 1 p.m. for parent teacher conferences.
Salisbury Middle School will dismiss 12:15 p.m. Nov. 16 through 21.
All township schools will be closed Nov. 22 through 26 for the Thanksgiving break and will reopen Nov. 27.
The HST PTO-sponsored Holiday Shop will kickoff Nov. 27. Look for more information to come home with your HST student. Students always look forward to shopping for their friends and families on their own.
Students at Salisbury High School have been busy planning for the annual fall blood drive to support the Miller-Keystone Blood Center, Bethlehem. However, unlike previous years, community members will be able to donate as well between the hours of 2:45 and 7 p.m. Nov. 14. Community members can make appointments online at www.GIVEaPINT.org by using the Sponsor Code #0490. Child care will be provided by members of National Honor Society at SHS during this time. All students and staff interested in donating can do so starting 12:30 p.m..
Coach Jason Weaver and the Salisbury High School boys basketball teams will host the Bruce Uhl Basketball Camp 1-4 p.m. Nov. 18. Students in grades three through seven are invited to the SHS gym to learn basketball skills and how to be a team player through drills, contests and games. A registration form is available on the Salisbury Township School District Facebook and Instagram pages. A registration fee is required.
Well here we are, the end of the first marking period. With that usually means shorter days are coming and the air gets a little cooler….sounds about right for this year.
The Harry S Truman Elementary School Book Fair is in full swing! This year it will run until Nov. 2. Students will visit during their regular library time. Parents can shop 6 to 8 p.m. Nov. 1. Please note credit cards are not accepted, but cash and check are gladly accepted for book purchases. Profits from the book fair help purchase HST library books.