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March Madness Basketball Tournament; see class president, Eric Card.
3x3 Basketball Tournament
March 6, 2024

March Madness 3 x 3 basketball tournament on March 15, starting at 4pm.  Contact your class president, Eric Card, or class officers for more...

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Stroudsburg High Schools promotional Flyer for the King of Hearts dance.
SENIORS! Prepare for King of Hearts and senior superlative voting
Luka Konklin, Editor-In-Chief • January 26, 2024

As the King of Heart's Dance draws near, take a look at the senior superlative and prepare to vote for your KOH nominees on Monday during homeroom! The...

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If you need tutoring, please join the Google Classroom so we can match you up with someone to help you. (Logo credit: NHS)
NHS Peer Tutoring
Luka Konklin, Editor-In-Chief • November 20, 2023

If you need tutoring, please join the Google Classroom so we can match you up with someone to help you. Please fill out the Google Form on Google...

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Paulie Maccarrone throwing a pitch during game against Emmaus High School on April 8, 2024.
Baseball blanked by Emmaus
Jaden Harper, Staff Writer • April 12, 2024

On Monday, April 8, the Mountaineers fell to Emmaus, 6-0. Emmaus jumped all over the Mountaineers in the first two innings, scoring four runs off Stroudsburg starter P/INF...

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Stroudsburg walking off of the field during game against Emmaus on April 8, 2024.
Baseball loses heartbreaker to Pleasant Valley
Jaden Harper, Staff Writer • April 11, 2024

On Wednesday, Stroudsburg lost to Pleasant Valley High School, 9-8. This game was scoreless until the top of the third inning, where Pleasant Valley scored three runs against...

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Long distance coach, Coach Foti, talking to runner Janel Meyers.
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Stroudsburg High School Track and Field
Georgie English, Staff Writer • April 9, 2024

Stroudsburg High School Varsity Track and Field competed for their first home meet at Ross Stulgaitis Stadium against Northampton High School Konkrete Kids on Wednesday, March...

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Staff Feature on Ms. Haubrich, School Nurse

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Nyx O’Connor
School Nurse, Ms.Haubrich, has been a member of the Stroudsburg district for 11 years.

At which school in the district do you work?
Stroudsburg High School

How long have you been working at SASD?
I began working in the district as a substitute nurse in 2008 and then was hired for a full-time position in 2013.

What is your favorite part of working at SASD?           I love that the SASD community is more like a family. I’ve witnessed staff come together to help other staff members, staff come together to help students or families in need, and students come together to help the community, staff, and other students in need.

If you could have one superpower what would it be and why?
My one superpower would be that I could freeze time. The old saying of ‘time goes faster as you get older’ is so true! I’d love to be able to freeze time to spend more time with my family and enjoy the things I love to do.

How and when did you know being a school nurse was what you wanted to do?
Before I began as a substitute school nurse, I had no idea what the position entailed. I thought it mainly was passing our band-aids and seeing a few students throughout the school day. After starting as a substitute, I learned that school nursing is completely different than what I thought it was. It’s a new adventure every day.

What is one thing you wish people knew about being a school nurse in general?
Besides providing direct care for both students and staff, there are so many other roles that the school nurse fills during the day. These can include student advocates, case managers, care coordinators, counselors, caseworkers, healthcare providers, educators, liaisons, and serving in a leadership role for policy development.

What is something your students have taught you?
“Never be defined by your past, it was just a lesson, not a life sentence.” So many of my students have shared personal challenges, situations, or experiences they have gone through and overcome. It serves as a reminder that what happened in the past doesn’t dictate what you can accomplish in the future.

Who do you look up to and why?           

Ruth Bader Ginsburg because she fought for injustice, overcame sexism, was the first female on the Supreme Court, and fought for gender equality Her accomplishments include being 1 of 4 justices in Supreme Court history and the first justice to officiate a same-sex marriage.

What would you say if you had the chance to go back and talk to yourself when you started substitute nursing?                                                                                                                                                                           “Don’t wait on going to get your other degrees” I wish I had gone on to get my master’s immediately.

 

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