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Thursday, July 12, 2018 by DEBBIE GALBRAITH in School

Students receive end-of-year awards

On the last day of school, Harry S Truman Elementary School students attended an awards assembly which is always an exciting event. Students are surprised when their names are called to receive awards.

The following students received awards at the assembly:

Presidential Physical Fitness Awards

Fourth Grade: Giana Cerco

Fifth Grade: Nathan Staack

Keepers of the Light

Kindergarten: Madeline Moyer, Ethan Smalley, Lynsey Pierre, Renee Genovese, Logan Holland and Dylan Surendranauth

Salisbury High School Honor Roll

Thursday, June 28, 2018 by The Press in School

Salisbury High School has announced the names of students named to the honor roll for the fourth quarter.


Grade 9: Nathan D’Alessandro, Madison Ekdahl, Ashley Galantini, Paige Gibbons, Aaron Glenister, Julia Graver, Jacob Heitzer, Eleonora Hiotis, Ashley Hirst, Michael Judge, Caroline Kenyon, Katherine Lovelidge, Hannah Mamay, Bryan Manalo, Shannon McCloskey, Kelby McNally, Emily Paulik, Baxter Reihman, Nevaeh Robinson, Kerry Seiler, Spencer Silva, Molly Smith, Emily Spann, Emily Suter, Kayla Trenge, Eliza Wiener, Logan Woods, Arianna Young, Kaitlyn Zong


Thursday, June 21, 2018 by JODI BOGERT in School

Families learn about how to prevent underage vaping

Parents and guardians recently attended a program about the dangers of underage vaping at Eyer Middle School. Organized by Emmaus High School Principal Dr. Kate Kieres and Caron Treatment Centers, the event discussed the growing trend of vaping, the act of inhaling and exhaling the aerosol produced by an electronic device.

Attendees also learned how to prevent and seek treatment for addiction.

Mallory Henry, coordinator of student prevention program services at Caron Centers, began the program by covering the basics of vaping.