Salisbury Press

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STUDENT OF THE WEEK

Wednesday, December 5, 2012 by EMILY THIEL Special to The Press in School

Joe Skibbens

Q. What grade are you in?

A. Twelfth grade at Salisbury High School.

Q. What is your favorite subject? Why?

A. My favorite class is AP World History. We learn all about regions of the world, throughout the ages, that we really don't get much exposure to. I believe it is vitally important for everyone to learn as much as they can from the past in order to see the trends that are taking place in modern times. Additionally, I've always loved stories and hearing about past people is something I can really invest myself in.

SALISBURY HIGH SCHOOL HAPPENINGS

Wednesday, November 28, 2012 by ASIA LETLOW Special to The Press in School

On Oct. 23, Nicholas Croft, Cammi Jefferson, Kevin Esslinger, Natalia Lopez, Thalya Cresswell, Alyssa Sipos, Ciara Caldwell, myself, advisor Laura DosSantos of the No Place For Hate group and Salisbury High School Principal Heather Morningstar attended the annual Anti-Defamation League conference in Philadelphia. Students from the tristate area gathered in the Irvine Auditorium at Pennsylvania University. The day began with speaker Judy Shepard, the mother of the late Matthew Shepard.

STUDENT OF THE WEEK

Wednesday, November 28, 2012 by EMILY THIEL Special to The Press in School

Casey Creveling

Q. What grade are you in?

A. 12th grade.

Q. What is your favorite subject? Why?

A. Media management; I enjoy working on movies and the daily news show, plus my production team is awesome.

Q. Have you received any special awards or recognition?

A. I'm a member of National Honor Society, received the Dwight D. Eisenhower Outstanding Leader of Character Award and am a National Merit Commended Student.

Q. Are you involved in any extracurricular activities?

A. I'm involved in band, chorus, the theater program, debate and scholastic scrimmage.

ALTON PARK LIONS CLUB

Wednesday, November 21, 2012 by JIM MARSH Special to The Press in School

Art students recognized in peace poster competition

Two Salisbury Middle School art students were singled out for producing the best "peace poster" in an annual competition sponsored each year by the Alton Park Lions Club.

The first place poster in the "Imagine Peace" themed competition was done by Margaux Petruska.

Her poster portrays the world with a peace symbol imposed over the globe, and a two-fingered "peace" sign superimposed with flags from around the world. Another symbol of peace, a white dove is shown approaching our planet.