Q. Who are the members of your family: parents, siblings and pets?
A. The members of my family include: my mom, my little brother Justin, my older brother Johnny and my stepfather.
Q. What do you most enjoy about being a senior at Salisbury High School?
A. I most enjoy the trust the teachers have developed with me through the years.
Q. What is your favorite subject? Why?
A. My favorite subject is science because I find the sciences to be the most interesting and challenging.
Q. Have you received any special awards or recognition?
There was only one entry in Salisbury High School’s annual turkey toss competition, but physics teacher Paul Koba said he found the trailer-mounted trebuchet machine “impressive.”
Since the mid-1990s, Koba has offered his physics students extra course credit if they applied the principles he teaches in a course module that studies the simple siege machines used in Medieval times by armies seeking to toss fire-bearing missiles designed to capture opponent’s castle defenses.
Salisbury Township Police Department Officer Richard Nothstein is taking names and making a list.
It’s a good list.
Nothstein, Salisbury High School’s resource officer, is looking for the names of a few good men and women – school alumni and staff who have served in the armed forces.