Homecoming Tickets are on Sale

Homecoming Tickets are on Sale

Trevor Leuba, News Editor

October 5, 2018


Filed under News

As we venture further into October, the date of homecoming draws nearer. Homecoming tickets are being sold in the cafeteria during lunches. The tickets are being sold for $15 dollars a piece. Starting on Oct. 11, they will be sold in the lobby in the morning. The theme for the dance is "A...

Susky Finds Appreciation for Literature during Banned Book Week

Susky Finds Appreciation for Literature during Banned Book Week

Mia Kobylski, Editor-In-Chief

September 26, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Caution tape and big, red warning signs greet students outside the library this week, as banned books line the shelves of Susquehannock. Banned Book Week runs during the last week of September as an “annual celebration of the freedom to read.” Banned Book Week is a time for publishers, educators ...

Scholastic Arts and Writing Opens for Submissions

Scholastic Arts and Writing Opens for Submissions

Ian Achterberg, Reporter

September 21, 2018


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The annual Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards opened their website on Sept. 12 for submissions. Opening yearly, the Scholastic Arts and Writing competition allows students from grades 7-12 to submit pieces of art ranging from glass sculptures to journalism. The competition is easily accessible thro...

An Inside Eye’s View of Hurricane Florence

An Inside Eye’s View of Hurricane Florence

Lili Teal, Reporter

September 20, 2018


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For the Southeastern United States, hurricane season means flooding, increased home insurance and trips to depleted shopping centers. Wake Tech community college student Emma Selvaggio from central North Carolina experienced the chaos of what life is like during a natural disaster.   Hurricane ...

Students Gain Daily Newscasts, Lose Daily Homeroom

Students Gain Daily Newscasts, Lose Daily Homeroom

Hunter Ellington, Reporter

September 16, 2018


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Principal Kevin Molin cut homeroom from the regular schedule for the 2018-2019 school year. Molin sorted out how long period one and two would be on a regular schedule, allowing enough time for the Courier get set up and run an eight-minute newscast at the end of period two. For development days,...

Mini-THON to Host Gold-Out Football Game

Mini-THON to Host Gold-Out Football Game

Alexandra Marusko, Social Media Editor

September 12, 2018


Filed under Athletics, Fall Sports, News

Mini-THON will host a gold-out football game on Friday, September 21 in order to support childhood cancer awareness month Mini-THON is an organization whose goal is to raise awareness and ultimately end childhood cancer. Prior to the game, Mini-THON sold custom made gold-out shirts to students, staff an...

Tri-M Finds New Leaders and Goals for the Year

Tri-M Finds New Leaders and Goals for the Year

Ryan Hartley, Photography Editor

September 12, 2018


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Under new leadership, Tri-M Music Honor Society is experiencing a new revival as a result of newfound enthusiasm for the organization. In past years, Tri-M Music Honor Society has faded into the shadows of other popular clubs in the school. Choir director Jay Althouse believes new leadership is...

Thunderstorms Storm Through SYC

Thunderstorms Storm Through SYC

Annie Hebel, News Editor

May 25, 2018


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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


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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


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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...

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