Salisbury Press

Saturday, March 17, 2018


Thursday, March 1, 2018 by PAUL WILLISTEIN in Local News

Scaling back Laubach Park master plan project mulled

Plans for improvements to Laubach Park may be scaled back.

That was the consensus of the Salisbury Township Board of Commissioners during a workshop following the Feb. 22 township meeting.

During the 30-minute workshop, commissioners listed their goals for the township.

Board of Commissioners President Robert Martucci Jr. recommended the township take another look at the Laubach Park master plan. During the discussion that followed, other commissioners seem to agree with Martucci.

Take a trip through the looking glass

Thursday, March 1, 2018 by AARON BERGER in Local News

Stagemakers at the J presents ‘Alice in Wonderland Jr.’

Whatever one may wish to be, dreams and imagination often provide an escape from reality for a moment.

Eventually, however, everyone learns to appreciate whatever one already has.

Stagemakers at the J presented “Alice in Wonderland Jr.,” an enchanting musical about a girl named Alice who escapes into a world of her own imagination she believes will be better than where she is currently.

After having several madcap adventures with a variety of colorful characters, Alice eventually discovers the grass is not always greener on the other side.


Thursday, March 1, 2018 by DEBBIE GALBRAITH in Local News

Project Wonder proposed at Salisbury Middle School

At the Feb. 21 curriculum and technology committee meeting at Salisbury High School, Salisbury Middle School Principal Ken Parliman and teachers David Beyer and Joshua Ecker gave a presentation on a proposed curriculum for a select group of sixth grade students called Project Wonder.

Parliman said as the district has worked for the last two years gaining understanding related to and implementing approaches that the “Profile of a Graduate” and its associated learning beliefs, the middle school has worked on getting the kids curious about learning and giving them a choice.