Students complete first session of the Keystones

By Molly Stanley A&E Editor

February 9, 2013

The Keystone exams are the new state standardized tests that freshmen, sophomore, and junior students are taking this year, and the students just finished completing the first section of the exam.   The students took the first session of the exam for two hours in the morning over the course of six school days, January 9-16.   Rea...

Be aggessive and overcome the flu

Student using handsantizer to prevent the spread of the flu

By MFutrell

February 9, 2013

Due to the large number of student absences, it is clear that the flu season is in full swing. With so many students and teachers out with the flu, it is important to figure out how the remaining faculty and students can avoid catching the virus. Read More »...

Senior class presents graduation projects

By Gabrielle Corey

January 30, 2013

The senior class of 2013 has been working on the graduation project throughout all four years of high school, and it was finally due on January 22nd. Read More »...

Pennsylvania sues NCAA

By Julie Reed

January 25, 2013

PA Governor Tom Corbett took the NCAA to federal court on Wednesday, January 2 in an attempt to get all penalties to Penn State University in the Sandusky case dropped. These penalties included a $60 million fine, a reduction in football scholarships, and a four-year bowl ban. Read More »...

Gun control politics continue: Obama states potential solution

By Gabrielle Corey

January 24, 2013

  The recent Sandy Hook elementary school shooting in Newtown, CT has left government officials in controversy over the legalization of all types of guns. Gun control politics is a hot topic between all states. The question that many parents are asking themselves is “are guns safe or not?...

New school security

By Konnie Brown, News Editor

January 23, 2013

In the wake of the many acts of violence this year, many schools are planning to up their security; the Southern York County school district is no different. Read More »...

Students rise to the challenge of Keystone exams

Photo by: Melissa Futrell

By MFutrell

January 16, 2013

The Keystone exams have been in progress for the past week, demanding students to  step up and face the challenge of showing what they know to the state of Pennsylvania. Read More »...

Holiday concert goes cinematic

The jazz band performs.  Photo by: Molly Stanley

By 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?

By 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

By 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 (, Hurricane Sandy destroyed over 72,000 homes and businesses and caused an estimated 36.9 billion dollars...

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