Salisbury High School has announced the students named to the honor roll for the third quarter.
Grade 9: Jason Acosta-Jung, Nathan D’Alessandro, Madison Ekdahl, Paige Gibbons, Aaron Glenister, Ashley Hirst, Michael Judge, Caroline Kenyon, Bryn Kubinsky, Caden Lagunilla, Angie Lopez, Katherine Lovelidge, Hannah Mamay, Bryan Manalo, Kelby McNally, Emily Paulik, Baxter Reihman, Nevaeh Robinson, Kerry Seiler, Spencer Silva, Molly Smith, Alexandra Soleta, Emily Spann, Jennifer Suarez, Kayla Trenge, Eliza Wiener, Logan Woods, Rylee Yerkes, Arianna Young, Kaitlyn Zong
On April 27, students at Salisbury High School celebrated a Day Without Hate.
The No Place For Hate club, which promotes kindness throughout the school through many different activities, planned a day for students where kindness was shown throughout the building.
The Salisbury High School prom will be held May 19 at DeSales University.
Students in need of an affordable dress or suit have to look no further as SHS has opened its prom boutique.
For students who are facing financial hardships, the prom boutique includes many gently used outfits perfect for prom.
The dresses come in a variety of styles and many of them have either only been worn once or are brand new. There are also new suits and ties that come in many different colors.
Chosen attire will be dry cleaned before prom.
Salisbury High School senior Emily Kiska recently was chosen to receive the Travelers Protective Association of America’s Altruism Award for her dedication to academics, extracurricular activities and also her peers and the community.
Salisbury Middle School has announced the names of students named to the honor roll for the third marking period.
HIGH HONOR ROLL
Grade 6: Brooke Bleam, Jacob Bucchin, Shauna Connelly, Mason Dickert, Nolan Grejda, Han Kloosterman, Jacob Knerr, Alexandra Lea, Christopher Lovelidge, Thomas Lovelidge, Dana McCloskey, Tristan Monahan, Macy Newman, Reese Petrie, Alexis Quier, Mikayla Seidel, Katie Seiler, Laurans Trinh
The Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts performed its spring musical, “The Drowsy Chaperone” April 11 through 15 with four evening and one matinee performance. Based on the book by Bob Martin and Don McKeller, with lyrics and music by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison, “The Drowsy Chaperone” is set in the lively era of the 1920s, as seen through the eyes of an audience member. The impending marriage of a Broadway star to a tycoon snowballs into series of comedic and confusing misadventures.