Seniors Compete at Local Computer Fair Design Competition

Seniors Compete at Local Computer Fair Design Competition

Mia Kobylski, Assistant Editor-In-Chief

April 10, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Four Susquehannock students presented works of art to the York/Adams PA Computer Fair Design Competition On March 27. Seniors Angel Gilbert, Tim Henry, Stevie King and Matt Schiffbauer entered pieces ranging from graphic art, to logos, to short films. King placed first in the Graphic Design Cat...

Katlyn Baer Discusses Her Swimming Success

Katlyn Baer Discusses Her Swimming Success

Mia Kobylski, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

March 27, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase, Winter Sports

Baer was recently selected as All-State by the PA High School Swim Coach's Association.

Schammel Gets Ready for Red Out with the Revs

Schammel Gets Ready for Red Out with the Revs

Ally Waltemyer, Reporter

March 23, 2018


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Senior Ethan Schammel is planning Red Out with the Revs at PeoplesBank Park on May 16. Red Out with the Revs is a district night held this year in order to drive ticket sales for the York Revolutions. Proceeds will also support the schools in Southern York County School District and allow students to i...

Susquehannock to Collaborate with York Opioid Collaborative to Present Presentation

Susquehannock to Collaborate with York Opioid Collaborative to Present Presentation

Alexandra Marusko, Reporter

March 15, 2018


Filed under News, Uncategorized

Susquehannock High School will collaborate with the York Opioid Collaborative on Monday, March 19 to host a presentation titled, ”Not My Child, Not My Family.” There will be several speakers who have been impacted by the opioid epidemic including Susquehannock alumni. Agencies, including the RA...

Hometown Grocery Store Closes After 33 Years

Hometown Grocery Store Closes After 33 Years

Maggie Sisler, Reporter

March 12, 2018


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After 33 years of serving the community, Wetzel’s Market, a small, hometown grocery store in Glen Rock, will close its doors. In recent weeks, rumors spread like wildfire throughout the community that the long standing grocery store was closing. For employees, like Karah Sweitzer, and communit...

YCAL Pre-Apprenticeship Programs Offered for the Class of 2019

Jacob Lynch, Reporter

March 12, 2018


Filed under News

   The Class of 2019 is able to apply for pre-apprenticeship programs.    Two programs are being offered for next year’s senior class.    One of the programs offered in the construction field is hosted by Kinsley Construction.    Another option, the Manufacturing Technician program, will b...

Courier Newscast: March 1, 2018

Courier Newscast: March 1, 2018

Alexandra Marusko, Jake Silliman, Chris Stem, Gabby Lynch, Nia Johnson, Chris Coulson, Grace Gorham, and Brittany Boone

March 2, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Susquehannock Courier students report the news in this broadcast recorded on March 1, 2018.

Student Council Prepares for Third Annual Color Run

Student Council Prepares for Third Annual Color Run

Jacob Lynch, Reporter

March 1, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

  The student council will hold its third annual 5K Color Run on Saturday, May 19 with all of the funds going towards cancer research in all fields.   The deadline to register for the Color Run is April 27, and everyone who registers on or before will receive a free t-shirt and a bag filled wi...

Preview: Susky Students Tirelessly Prepare for Talent Show

Preview: Susky Students Tirelessly Prepare for Talent Show

Annie Hebel, News Editor

February 14, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase, Uncategorized

9 acts have spent countless hours preparing for Susky's first talent show, which will be held on February 23. The Courier got an inside look on one of their rehearsals.  

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