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A.P. U.S. History Students Head to Philadelphia
Rankin Continues Collecting Coats for the Community

Rankin Continues Collecting Coats for the Community

November 19, 2019

Students Tour Health Career Opportunities

Students Tour Health Career Opportunities

November 18, 2019

Mini-THON Hosts Stall Day 2019

November 15, 2019

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Top 10 Pop Culture Movies Everyone Should See
‘Puffs’ Cast Takes the Stage

‘Puffs’ Cast Takes the Stage

November 22, 2019

Taking a Deeper Look into “Puffs” Cast

Taking a Deeper Look into “Puffs” Cast

November 21, 2019

Behind the Scenes: The Role of Stage Crew

Behind the Scenes: The Role of Stage Crew

November 14, 2019

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Science Students Study Soil

Walker Stands Out on the National IMG Team

November 22, 2019

Students Compete in Punkin’ Chunkin’ Competition

Students Compete in Punkin’ Chunkin’ Competition

November 21, 2019

Hanson Grows Beard for Mini-THON

Hanson Grows Beard for Mini-THON

November 20, 2019

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Top 10 Pop Culture Movies Everyone Should See

Emily Polanowski, Editor In Chief
November 25, 2019

 Everyone has their favorite movie or at least their favorite genre, but there are certain movies out in our world that- whether or not you want to- you should see before you die. The pop culture movies people quote or reference to every day, and they might not even realize it. This list,in no particular order, are the top 10 pop culture movies that everyone should see at least once. “The...

Students Work Toward Mental Health Awareness

Anna Joy, Reporter
November 15, 2019

Mental health is a pervading problem for teens everywhere, yet people feel uncomfortable talking about it or getting help. More specifically, self harm is a very real threat that can affect those in our community.  To address this issue, school counselor Matthew Shervington suggests regularly talking about your own mental health with your close friends because it is a normal thing to do. Empathy...

Students, Staff Talk About Mental Health

Kai Fleming, Reporter
November 8, 2019

The concern for mental health is growing. One in four adults aging from 18 and older struggle with various mental health issues, according to John Hopkins Medicine, but it is easier to cope with these issues once sufferers know that it is not just them who are struggling. For freshman Nancy Phillips, mental health is more than a working brain. "I would define mental health as... specific things...

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The Student News Website of Susquehannock High School,   Glen Rock, Pennsylvania.
The Student News Website of Susquehannock High School, Glen Rock, Pennsylvania.