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Spanish Students Bring Back Smiles with Sugar

Spanish Students Bring Back Smiles with Sugar

Lizzy Beall, Reporter

December 7, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

  The AP and pre-AP Spanish students collected candy donations to unwrap joy for the children in Puerto Rico.        Donations were finalized on Friday, December 1 to be dropped off at the York Hispanic Center on Tuesday, December 5.   Four-year Spanish senior Sandra Ramirez says that ...

Junior to Race in Local Competitions

Junior to Race in Local Competitions

Jade Reall, Reporter

December 1, 2017


Filed under Features

Art Seminar students received a mysterious weekly homework assignment from Fine Arts Teacher Wesley Myers, leaving many to wonder what their peers were doing outside of Susquehannock. According to Myers, junior Brian Reynolds approached him about having art students make designs for a car that wo...

Vega to Run in Australia

Julia Kelbaugh, Reporter

November 28, 2017


Filed under Athletics, Features

Imagine the exhilaration of running in a race, and on top of that, running through the beautiful landscapes of Australia. This could be reality for sophomore Mateo Vega, as he was asked to run in Australia by the Down Under Sports organization because of his successful running career....

Students Learn from the Past to Design Inventions of the Future

Students Learn from the Past to Design Inventions of the Future

Ally Waltemyer, Reporter

November 20, 2017


Filed under Features

Freshmen U.S. History students presented their invention projects on November 14. Students were instructed to find one invention originally created during the second wave of the Industrial Revolution and build a device for the future based on its original concept. Middle and high school s...

AP Human Geo. visits Roots Market

AP Human Geo. visits Roots Market

Josh Amara, Reporter

November 15, 2017


Filed under Features

The AP Human Geography class went on a field trip to Roots market last week to learn about different cultures. The field trip was considered by some to be an eye-opener to other cultures and how they live versus how we live in our modern society today. Christian Collins, a junior in AP Human ...

Student Council Members Attend State Conference

Student Council Members Attend State Conference

Matthew Schiffbauer, Video Editor

November 15, 2017


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  Six student council members attended a statewide student council conference in Red Lion.   The Pennsylvania Association of Student Councils puts on a state conference each year that allows student council members from various schools to collaborate.   Student council advisor Kellin McC...

Stevie King Wins Juror’s Choice Award

Stevie King Wins Juror’s Choice Award

Alexandra Marusko, Reporter

November 10, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Features

Senior Stevie King won a Juror’s Choice Award for her artwork on Thursday, Nov. 2. King was one of five students from Susquehannock who had artwork chosen to be in the display at Marketview Arts in York. Six of King’s pieces were chosen out of over 300 pieces from different York County ...

Students Get a Taste of Think Tank

Students Get a Taste of Think Tank

Matthew Schiffbauer, Video Editor

November 8, 2017


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  A small selection of Susquehannock students were invited to try a test run of a potential new course on Friday, October 27.   Photography teacher Wade Bowers and business teacher Kellin McCullough are planning to start a year long course next year called Think Tank.   Think Tank is a cours...

Freshmen Partake in STEM Day

Freshmen Partake in STEM Day

Alexandra Marusko, Reporter

November 7, 2017


Filed under Features, News, Showcase

STEM day, an activity day for freshman to learn about careers in science, technology, engineering, and math fields, was held on Friday, Nov. 3. Principal Kevin Molin sees how the annual STEM day can help students later in life, both in high school and in finding a career. “I think the b...

#WhyYouMatter Displays Students’ Importance

#WhyYouMatter Displays Students’ Importance

Lance McCrum, Reporters

November 6, 2017


Filed under Features

  Aevidum sophomore through senior members created  “Why I Matter” flyers. Senior Terry Rodgers believes that he matters because he says “I like to help other people, I care about people and I help people all of the time.”  Senior and Aevidum leader Amber Bortner believes that Aevi...

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