Back To School: The New Norm

These are the stickers placed on the floor by the hand washing stations, reminding the students of the six feet apart rule. Photograph by  Emily Polanowski

By Emily Polanowski, Editor-in-Chief

September 13, 2020

The changes within our school may seem a bit overwhelming to some, so here are all the changes made to help our students  to feel more comfortable and safe.   The New Block Schedule Schedule Students have been given an A/B block schedule, and all were provided with the option of cho...

Where Seniors Hope to be in Five Years

Senior Amber McClure posing for a picture with her dog.

By Kai Fleming, Reporter

May 30, 2020

What is your five-year plan? Do you have one, or are you living life as you go? These nine members of the Class of 2020 from Susquehannock High School were asked to predict where they saw themselves. There were many different answers, some containing a job they wish to have or some personal goal they...

Class of 2020 Valedictorian and Salutatorian Reflect on Success

The class of 2020 poses for their class picture. Photograph courtesy of Jessica Beste.

By Mackenzie Womack, Sports Editor

May 28, 2020

The class of 2020 may not be able to graduate on the original date; however, they will still have a ceremony on Aug. 7. Valedictorian Cassidy Bolio  Bolio will graduate Susuquehannock with a 4.96 GPA and will continue her academic career at Carnegie Mellon University studying Computer Science. Boli...

VanTassel Hikes Appalachian Trail

A group of tents set up to sleep in for the night on the Appalachian Trail. Photo via Kylie Vantassel.

By Matthew Schwanke, Reporter

May 27, 2020

The Appalachian trail is one of the longest trails in the world and goes through 14 different states.  Rising junior Kylie VanTassel hikes the trail every year.  “The idea to do something like this started many years ago. My dad and his childhood friend decided this is something they wanted to do...

Meals on Wheels Still Active at Senior Center

Image courtesy of South Central York County Senior Center Facebook Account

By Mateo Vega, Reporter

May 15, 2020

The South Central York County Senior Center is continuing its service delivering over 300 meals to people in need during the novel COVID-19 pandemic. Since before the pandemic, the senior center has been delivering meals to people in need with their program that many in the community are calling “meals...

Students Release New Edition of Literary Magazine

Students submitted artwork to be showcased in the Literary Magazine. Screenshot via Issuu

By KC O'Neill, Reporter

May 14, 2020

"Perspectives," this year’s literary magazine edition, showcases different pieces of art, photography and writing made by students. Students were able to present their perspectives to the community through the magazine. Literary Magazine President and Editor-in-Chief Alexandra Marusko se...

Students Transition into a Different Lifestyle

A close up of the coronavirus that is causing the cancellation of peoples' normal routines.
Photograph via Instagram @cdcgov.

By Anna Joy, Reporter

May 2, 2020

Students have been forced to transition to a new daily routine - online school, isolation and, in many cases, different sleep schedules. This is due to the outbreak of COVID-19, an extremely contagious virus that can have deadly consequences. With the closure of school, almost every busines...

Top 5 Things to do During the Stay-at-Home Order

Meteor showers fly across the sky at Lake Williams in York County Pennsylvania. Photograph @Jpavoncello.via Twitter

By Matthew Schwanke, Reporter

April 23, 2020

With the Coronavirus continuing to force governments to require quarantining, people are running out of ideas to keep themselves busy, leaving many people to have feelings of  fear and uncertainty. This leaves people at a vulnerable place without being able to do much. With that said, here is a safe,...

Theatre Department holds Paint Night

When the paintings were completed, this is the final product. In total, the night took two and a half hours, lasting from 6 to 8:30pm.

By Sam Timlin, Social Media Editor

April 6, 2020

The Theatre-Department held a paint night on Saturday, March 7th. Admission was 15 dollars, and all proceeds went towards funding for the department to help produce their shows.

PMEA Cancelled due to COVID-19

Pennsylvania Music Educators Association
(Photo Courtesy of PMEA)

By Mackenzie Womack, Sports Editor

March 29, 2020

Susquehannock was ready to host  117 students from 55 PA schools for the 2020 PMEA Central Region Orchestra Festival on March 12-14.  The schedule was planned out, student helpers were ready, and the school knew what areas would be off limits during the event. However, due to COVID-19, the e...

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