Courier Chat with Ryan Hartley

Courier Chat with Ryan Hartley

Chris Stem, Reporter

May 31, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

Reporter Chris Stem speaks with the newly elected president of the music honor society, Tri-M, junior Ryan Hartley.

Boys Lacrosse Keeps Rolling

Emma Lonas, Social Media Editor

May 29, 2018


Filed under Features, Spring Sports

Susquehannock boys lacrosse knocked off Red Land in the second round of Districts with a 24-8 victory on May 16. Not only did they pull off a commanding win in the District III quarterfinals, the boys lacrosse team made school history that same night. The win guaranteed the team a spot in the...

Courier Chat with Ed Bailey

Courier Chat with Ed Bailey

Reagan Gorham, Reporter

May 24, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

Courier reporter Reagan Gorham chats with retiring science teacher Ed Bailey.

Seniors Share a Blessed Send-off

Seniors Share a Blessed Send-off

Lizzy Beall, Reporter

May 22, 2018


Filed under Features

  Susquehannock’s Baccalaureate honoring the senior class of 2018 was held on Sunday, May 20 at Grace Fellowship Church in Shrewsbury.   A Baccalaureate is a religious farewell ceremony that welcomes all graduating seniors with their families and friends.   Many contributed to the succe...

Tips for New Student Drivers

Tips for New Student Drivers

Grace Gorham, Features Editor

May 21, 2018


Filed under Features

Sophomore year is when the majority of students get their driver’s licenses. It can be a scary time for some and exciting for others, but usually a mix of both. Driver’s education teacher Joseph Krodel gives his top three tips for new student drivers. “I would say get plenty of practice behind...

Record Pollen Counts Cause Allergy Suffering for Many

Record Pollen Counts Cause Allergy Suffering for Many

Mia Kobylski, Assistant Editor In-Chief

May 21, 2018


Filed under Commentary, Features

Central Pennsylvania is experiencing some of the highest pollen counts in the country, and people are starting to take notice as a massive allergy epidemic sweeps across the state. According to Allergy & Asthma Consultants Inc. in York, PA, during a normal allergy season, the highest counts are between 2,000 and 4,000. However, this year, the count has been recorded as upwards of 9,000. These extremely high pollen counts are ...

Pitch for a Cure Raises Awareness for Cancer

Reagan Gorham, Reporter

May 20, 2018


Filed under Features, Spring Sports

The softball team brought awareness for pancreatic cancer at their Pitch for a Cure fundraising event on May 4. This game's proceeds went to the Lustgarten foundation (https://www.lustgarten.org/). Senior Jessica Fox had the idea for the event in memory of her grandparents. “It’s to raise money...

Melinda Landis Presented with School Nursing Award

Melinda Landis Presented with School Nursing Award

Chris Stem, Reporter

May 16, 2018


Filed under Features

  School Nurse Melinda Landis was presented with the Highmark Foundation Excellence in School Nursing Award at the annual awards ceremony. The award is presented to school nurses to reward them for their work and contributions to their school, as well as to help minorly fund supplies wit...

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