Western Salisbury Elementary’s third annual Color Run and Spring Fling drew a large crowd of children and adults recently.
Hosting a plethora of activities for the children to enjoy, the event serves as a give back to students and their families for all of their support over the school year. And, for the first time, students from Harry S Truman Elementary School joined in on the fun.
The biggest draw of the event – the color run – began promptly 6:30 p.m. with students and their parents running (or walking) from the starting point of WSE’s basketball fields.
Salisbury High School held its annual Baccalaureate service at Asbury United Methodist Church, Allentown, June 5.
The non-denominational service sought to inspire and empower the students through their faith as they approached graduation.
After an opening rendition of “Amazing Grace” and a welcome by senior Leandra Roelker, the graduates stood to be honored by the congregation.
Congratulations to the graduating seniors. If your student’s photo was not in the special graduation edition June 7 and you would like it in the paper, please send a photo and your student’s name to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 23.
The following members of the Salisbury High School Class of 2017 received scholastic awards May 30 in a ceremony at the school.
The Collaborative Leadership Award: James Hadinger, Ethan Heydt, Benjamin Wiener
The School Board Representative Awards: Agostino D’Ancona, Rania Nimeh
The Robert R. Gross III Leadership Award: Casey Laudadio
The Robert R. Gross “Never Give Up” Award: Zefeng Deng
The Race for Adam Scholarship Foundation Award: James Hadinger
The Pat Tillman Leadership Award: Rania Nimeh
Harry S Truman Elementary School has announced the names of students who had no missed homework assignments during the month of April.