SUSQUEHANNA TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
STRONG IN CHARACTER - DOING THE RIGHT THING
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Tryouts for the Cheerleading Competition team will be held on 4/21, 4/22, 4/24 & 4/25, from 6-8 PM in the Sara Lindemuth gym.
Susquehanna Township High School Alumni Association Pancake Breakfast
Benefits STHS Alumni Scholarship Fund
7 – 11:30 a.m.
Our Saviour Lutheran Church, 420 N. Progress Ave.
$5 all you can eat; children under three eat free.
Tickets: Tammi Hammaker, 717-215-7583
The STHS Drama Club students and advisors are hosting a COMEDY NIGHT in the theatre studio in room 124 on the night of Wednesday, April 23rd, starting at 7:00pm. Students will be sharing improv comedy games they’ve been mastering all year in both short-form and long-form exercises. Any size donation buys your admission and there are multiple opportunities for audience participation—come have a laugh!
Attention seniors: If you are parking on school property without a permit, you are subject to an official obligation. This obligation can put a hold on your diploma.
Susquehanna Twp. High School students have been invited by the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank to be part of a pilot project to form a junior advisory council. Interested students, grades nine through 12, can apply by completing an essay on hunger. Selected students will be awarded scholarship money and serve on the food bank's council.
Information on the junior advisory council with essay and application information is available through Ms. Harris and will also be available on the district website. While the food bank materials ask that students submit information directly to the organization, students at Susquehanna Twp. High School are asked to coordinate with Ms. Harris. Also, the April 18 deadline for submission has been extended to the end of the month.
The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank is a nonprofit organization that has been dedicated to fighting hunger, improving lives and strengthening communities for more than 30 years. Serving 27 counties, the Food Bank is the largest nonprofit food distribution organization in central Pennsylvania. The Food Bank solicits, inventories and distributes food and other donated products to more than 800 partner agencies including food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters and more. Last year, the Food Bank distributed more than 28 million pounds of food, the equivalent to 23 million meals, to individuals and families in need.
Students driving to school need to purchase a parking permit. Mrs. Jones is available during all the lunches.
ATTENTION SENIORS!!! Important information and dates concerning the preparation for graduation:
*3/6 and 3/7/2014 – Balfour representative will be in school during lunches to take orders for any stationary you wish to purchase as well as class rings.
*4/15/2014 – Last day to submit payment for class dues ($30) in the High School’s West Suite.
*6/11/2014 – Graduation practice @ 9:00 am in high school auditorium
*6/11/2014 – Senior picnic @ 11:00 am
*6/12/2014 – Graduation practice @ 9:00 am at the Forum
*6/12/2014 – Commencement @ 7:30 pm at the Forum
*Please note: dates may change due to weather*
Students please note that there is only one late bus this year and it leaves at 5:00 pm.
Members 1st Federal Credit Union is looking for a dependable, hard-working Susquehanna Township High School student to work at its High School and Linglestown branch location.
Preference will be given to a current sophomore (junior during the 2014-2015 school year).
You must be able to work after school and on Saturdays. The job will begin in August 2014.
Call Human Resources
A representative from HACC will be visiting the East Suite to talk to interested Juniors on May 2 during Advisory. See Mrs. Olley in the East Suite for a pass. Please note that this is for students interested in going to HACC after high school, not for Dual Enrollment or College in the High School.
Information for Rotary Youth Exchange Program can be found on our guidance website.
ATTENTION CLASS OF 2014---ON THURSDAY, APRIL 24TH FROM 7:45-9:00AM, A RECRUITER WILL BE HERE FROM PHEAA TO DISCUSS EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITES AFTER HIGH SCHOOL. THEY WILL RETURN IN MAY TO INTERVIEW STUDENTS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN A POSITION WITH THE COMPANY. IN ORDER TO ATTEND THE INFORMATION SESSION ON APRIL 24TH, STUDENTS MUST SIGN UP WITH MRS. GILLIS OR MRS. OLLEY IN THE EAST SUITE OFFICE NO LATER THAN THURSDAY, APRIL 17TH.
The Law Firm of Metzger Wickersham is hosting their second annual Arrive Alive Contest for high school seniors. Interested students can submit any type of creative project that sends a memorable message about the dangers of drunk driving and/or distracted driving. There are many fun prizes including a new laptop, an iPad, and iPod and more! The deadline for all entries is May 16, 2014. For more information go to www.arrivealivepa.com or see Mrs. Olley in the East Suite.
The ARC of Dauphin County has Camp Counselor and Camp Lifeguard positions open for their Summer Camp. Applicants must be at least 18 years old and have a high school diploma. Interested seniors should see Mrs. Olley in the East Suite for more information or go to the Guidance Page of www.hannasd.org
The College Board has published the AP Exam reduced fee for students that qualify for free or reduced lunch. If you are an eligible student see Mrs. Olley in the East Suite for the reduced fee price.