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SYCSD COVID Dashboard shows number of positive cases and quarantined students for the public to monitor. Image via SYCSD website

SYCSD Considers Results of Revoked Mask Mandate

By Ian Davis and Alexa Viands January 8, 2022

Since the mask mandate was lifted on Monday, Dec. 13, tensions in the SYCSD community have risen and so have the COVID-19 cases. Dating back to the beginning of the pandemic, there has always been an...

Mock Pullover Teaches Students About Police Interactions

By Ian Davis, Broadcast Manager January 6, 2022

Ian Davis and Maggie Grim report on a Drivers Ed class activity, featuring SRO Officer Bill Hansen, where students learn how to interact with police during a traffic stop.

Students Campaign to Recruit Referees

By Mackenzie Womack, Editor-in-Chief January 6, 2022

Student athletes at Susquehannock high school are getting involved in a new dilemma- finding officials to referee high school sports games.  Athletic Director Bradley Keeney explains why the number...

Matthew Shervington Wins PA School Counselor of the Year Award

Matthew Shervington Wins PA School Counselor of the Year Award

By Grace Hartenstein, Reporter January 5, 2022

Counselor Matthew Shervington was recently recognized as the PA School Counselor of the Year by the Pennsylvania School Counselor Association.  School counselors,  key influencers of students’ time...

Multicultural club pushes for new food additions with cultural significance, such as soul food, an ethnic cuisine of African Americans from Southern United States. Photograph by Jennifer Woodard Maderazo, CC BY 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

Multicultural Club Pitches Food Variety in Cafeteria

By Vicky Chen, Reporter January 3, 2022

The multicultural club pitched a campaign for cultural food additions in the cafeteria. Plans for new food additions in the cafeteria will be discussed in a January meeting with Helen Heidler, the SYCSD...

Jacob Wade is celebrating himself placing in states. Photo via @lil_jakey2x.

Jacob Wade Makes Waves Once Again

By Tricia Rawleigh, Reporter December 23, 2021

Junior Jacob Wade has become a Southern swimming MVP. Wade has been swimming since he was 12 years old and then later discovered the love of his sport. “Swimming means everything to me,”...

Daniel Goldsmith virtually speaks with students.
Photographed by Maggie Grim

Holocaust Survivor Shares Experiences

By Maggie Grim, Broadcast Anchor & Reporter December 21, 2021

Freshman students had a chance to listen and ask questions to Holocaust survivor, 95-year-old Daniel Goldsmith on Tuesday, Dec. 14. For most, this is a once-in-a-life-time experience; this was the case...

Associate Director of Four Diamonds, Trisha Comstock, spoke to the student body at  the pep rally. She shared stories of the hardships families go through when a child has cancer. Also, she made sure everyone knew what Mini-THON does to help, and how each donation would be appreciated and used for families who are going through the hardest moments of their lives. Photo by Alex Martuszewski.

Mini-THON Needs Help from Students, Businesses

By Tricia Rawleigh, Reporter December 16, 2021

Mini-THON is struggling to achieve its goal of not only raising money to support kids with pediatric cancer, but also to fund operations for their main fundraising event in March.  The club needs help...

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