Jail-A-Teacher Day: April 17

Jail-A-Teacher Day: April 17

Michael Daiuto, Reporter

April 11, 2019

Student Council will host Jail-A-Teacher Day on Wednesday, April 17, 2019. This means that all throughout the school day, students will be able to jail a teacher to stall their class through donating money. For every dollar raised, teachers are locked up for one minute, and as long as teachers have be...

Track Team Triumphs Over Gettysburg

Track Team Triumphs Over Gettysburg

Ian Achterberg, Reporter

April 4, 2019

The Varsity Track & Field team traveled to Gettysburg High School for their annual divisional clash on April 2. The two teams have had a tumultuous history with Gettysburg, earning convincing victories over the past two years for both teams. This year, however, the Susquehannock boys finished on...

Susquehannock Dominates the PA Media and Design Competition

Susquehannock Dominates the PA Media and Design Competition

Trevor Leuba, Reporter

April 4, 2019

Two Susquehannock students found success while competing in the PA Media and Design Competition on March 20. Senior Leah Miller and junior Max Minear were entered in the logo design category. Minear designed his logo through a multi-step process. “We had to create a logo and design for the design con...

Mary Jane is on Your Doorstep, Pennsylvania

Mary Jane is on Your Doorstep, Pennsylvania

Ryan Hartley, Photography Editor

April 2, 2019

Get this: You are walking down the street smelling the tingling scent of natural stimulants as people eat crackers, talk about the deeper meanings of life and give credit to the infamous drug nicknamed “weed.” Cannabis can be used medically for physical and mental illnesses, which is where th...

Robotics Team Competes at FTC

Christian Slaton, Reporter

March 22, 2019

The robotics team went to a First Tech Challenge (FTC) robotics competition on Jan. 6 and Feb. 3 for the first time. The robotics team went to their first competition on Jan. 6 and placed 19 out of 23 schools. On the robotics team are sophomore Jeremy Umstead, juniors Jason Beck, Joseph Gusherowski,  Benjamin K...

Brock Hofler Crowned Snow King 2019

Brock Hofler Crowned Snow King 2019

Alex Martuszewski, Reporter

March 15, 2019

Walker, Galbreath, Franklin and Ogude Receive Basketball Honors

Walker, Galbreath, Franklin and Ogude Receive Basketball Honors

Blake Ramey, Sports Editor

March 14, 2019

Susquehannock High School had four basketball players from both the boys and girls team who were given tremendous honors at the end of the season. Committed to St. Joseph's University to play Division I basektball,  senior standout Jaden Walker won Divison II Player of the Year, and her fellow teammat...

Students Battle for Best Bridge

Students Battle for Best Bridge

Liz Johns, Assistant Editor-in-Cheif

March 14, 2019

Engineering students designed strong bridges successfully at the Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers Bridge Building Competition. Students competed against three other York County schools on Saturday, March 10. Engineering teacher and supervisor James Rayburn was proud of the team's accomplishments. “This...

Prom Tickets on Sale Soon

Prom Tickets on Sale Soon

Mackenzie Womack, Reporter

March 8, 2019

Prom is quickly approaching, taking place on Saturday, May 4 at the Valencia Ballroom in York, PA. The tickets  will be on sale for $55 a piece from March 26 until April 20. At prom, there will be dinner, dancing, music, and time to have fun with friends. The theme for the 2019 prom is "...

Mini-THON Kicks Off Today

Mini-THON Kicks Off Today

Hunter Ellington, Reporter

March 8, 2019

Mini-THON is back at the high school today, March 8, starting after the half day at 12 p.m. and lasting until 6 p.m. There will be many activities throughout the day in different parts of the building, such as: dancing, Zumba, Gaga games, board games, therapy dogs, corn-hole, ladderball,  badmin...

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