Holiday concert goes cinematic

Holiday concert goes cinematic

Molly Stanley A&E Editor

January 7, 2013

The holiday season is here again and that means Susky’s orchestra, jazz band, and choir have been preparing for their holiday concert.  Read More »...

Does the holiday season help the economy?

Konnie Brown, News Editor

December 20, 2012

Economists and average citizens alike wonder if  the economy will benefit from holiday shopping. Senior Lauren Mudrock believes it will. Read More »...

New Jersey Gift Collection

Mikayla Mayoryk Reporter

December 18, 2012

A school-wide collection for the victims of Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey was sponsored by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes last week. According to a New Jersey website (newjersey.com), Hurricane Sandy destroyed over 72,000 homes and businesses and caused an estimated 36.9 billion dollars...

Be aware when walking to the car

Be aware when walking to the car

Gina Corey, Editor-in-Chief

December 18, 2012

In light of recent kidnappings and sexual assaults in surrounding districts, it is important now more than ever for students to take precautions while walking out to their cars in public places. Read More »...

American Red Cross comes to SHS

ANovak

December 18, 2012

Every two seconds someone in the United States needs blood, according to the American Red Cross Association. No matter your age, gender, or ethnicity nearly anyone can donate, meaning anyone can save a life. This month the American Red Cross set up a blood donor station here in our own school. ...

NAfME chooses senior for conference

Reporter Morgan

December 7, 2012

Senior Colleen Mc Gonigle, has been chosen to sing at The National Association for Music Education (NAfME) 2013 all-Eastern Conference Mixed Choral ensemble and will be traveling to Hartford, Connecticut to sing April 4-6, 2013. Read More »...

Obama’s second term: What’s next?

Travis Crane, Reporter

December 3, 2012

Since President Barack Obama was elected in 2009, he has been faced with numerous issues such as health care, bailouts, and rising unemployment rates; many wonder what he is going to do in his second term. Read More »...

Student studying pays off with school SAT scores

Hailey Page, Assistant Editor

November 16, 2012

SAT, three letters that almost all high-schoolers are scared to see and lead to many hours of studying and reviewing. For students at Susquehannock High School, all that studying really paid off as the school ranked within the top three within the county for each subject on the test. Read More »...

Susky Orchestra: What’s happening

Travis Crane, Reporter

November 16, 2012

Twelve lucky members of the SHS Orchestra participated in the LVC Honors Orchestra Concert this past Saturday, November 11. Read More »...

FBLA opens Warrior Hideout

FBLA opens Warrior Hideout

Gina Corey, Editor-in-Chief

November 15, 2012

Photo By: Gina Corey The Warrior Hideout can be found in the gym lobby concessions stand every morning.The Future Business Leaders of America club (FBLA) held the grand opening of their coffee shop, the Warrior Hideout, in the gym lobby on November 12. This volunteer, student-run coffee shop sells a variet...

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