Thunderstorms Storm Through SYC

Thunderstorms Storm Through SYC

Annie Hebel, News Editor

May 25, 2018


Filed under News

Thunderstorms are always a prominent part of summer weather. However, last week alone, Southern York County experienced three severe thunderstorms. This is an unusually high number in a short time, and more are on the horizon. All of these storms produced hail and strong winds and caused power outage...

Students Attend Prom

Brittany Boone, Repoter

May 22, 2018


Filed under News

Students attended the 2017-2018 prom held at Wyndham Gardens in West York  Saturday, May 5. The event started around 7 pm, and students arrived in cars, prom buses and limos. Before dancing started, students were invited to find their table and were served an appetizer of bread and a caes...

Susquehannock Thanks its Staff through “Teacher Appreciation Week”

Christopher Norris, Reporter

May 21, 2018


Filed under News

Students and staff of Susky took part in a “Teacher Appreciation Week” last week as the school year comes to a close. Student Council planned a different gift every day to express their appreciation for the teachers. Coffee and donuts were served on Monday, Swedish fish were given Tuesday, cookies w...

Here’s Your Weekly News Update

Here’s Your Weekly News Update

Elizabeth Johns, Editor-in-Chief

May 17, 2018


Filed under News

Student Council Holds Food Drive

Student Council Holds Food Drive

Madison Gillespie, Sports Editor

May 16, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

   This week Susky Student Council is collecting canned goods for Southern Community Services. Students are to bring in their canned food goods into their homerooms this week, and homeroom teachers will count the number of items donated by students. The homeroom that raises the most canne...

Choir Ensembles Amaze Crowd in Spring Concert.

Choir Ensembles Amaze Crowd in Spring Concert.

Justin Rosenberger, Reporter

May 11, 2018


Filed under News, Uncategorized

  Another choir year has come and gone as the SHS and SMS spring concert took place on Wednesday, May 2. The high school and middle school choirs, led by Jay Althouse, have been working the past few months on making this concert possible. Senior Kaleb Fair has been in choir since 7th gra...

Courier News: May 3

Courier News: May 3

Ethan Schammel, Leah Miller, Mia Kobylski, Josh Amara, Justin Rosenberger, Ally Waltemyer, Jacob Silliman, and Chris Coulson

May 4, 2018


Filed under News

Courier reporter Ethan Schammel anchors this broadcast of Courier News recorded on May 3, 2018.

Trump Sends National Guard Troops to the Mexico Border

Trump Sends National Guard Troops to the Mexico Border

Christopher Norris, Reporter

May 1, 2018


Filed under Commentary, News

President Donald Trump is stationing members of the National Guard on the Mexican border. The extra border security is an effort to bring an end to the illegal immigration problems that Trump has been concerned with since taking office. In the grand scheme of things, Trump wants to build a wall on the Mexic...

Day of Silence Brings Awareness

Day of Silence Brings Awareness

Jake Lynch, Reporter

April 27, 2018


Filed under News

April 27 marks the date of the annual “Day of Silence”. GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network- https://www.glsen.org/day-silence) has been holding the “Day of Silence” every April since 1996. The “Day of Silence” is dedicated towards bringing awareness towards LGBTQ+ bullying in schools...

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