Teachers try more technology to achieve success

Konnie Brown, News Editor

October 11, 2012

In an age where technology is everywhere, the new program, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) has teachers attempting to make electronics a norm in education. For those unfamiliar with the policy, it involves students bringing their personal devices to be used in the classroom as a regular part of the curriculum....

Susquehannock spirit starts off strong

ANovak

October 8, 2012

  Seniors cheer: Seniors Nathan Coulter, Krystal Rose, and Skylar Holtzapple show their spirit at the pep rally. Photo by: Allison NovakStudents of SHS are more excited than ever before to start the 2012-2013 school year off right thanks to a welcoming, exuberant staff, as well as prepared and pe...

New teachers welcomed at Susky

Konnie Brown, News Editor

September 20, 2012

Walking through the halls of Susquehannock, one can hardly overlook all of the new staff members. Some find it difficult, or even daunting, to get to know all of the new teachers here. However, with some background information and a pleasant attitude, it is easy to make them feel welcome. Some of the ne...

We watch it for the politics…right?

Mikayla Mayoryk Reporter

September 20, 2012

Delegates and supporters flocked to Florida and North Carolina over the past few weeks to watch the presidential candidates announce their nominations with confetti and speeches, but the usefulness of the conventions has been drawn into question by members of the Susquehannock community. Duri...

Obama makes lunches healthy

Travis Crane, Reporter

September 19, 2012

Students in schools all over the country are required to have a fruit or vegetable with lunch due to the new effects of the Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act that passed in 2010. The government spent a total of $4.5 billion on this law in order to reestablish guidelines used in elementary, middle, and high...

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