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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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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.
Photo credit: Amir Lovell, 10.
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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L-R (siting): Dominic Negron, Terrel Butler, Keshav Persaud, Jessie Smith, Mason Ulmer, Logan Casebolt. 
L-R (standing): Asst. Coach Yost, Darius Quintana, Will Puskar, Tobias Ricks, Jason, Pritchard, Josh Marosi, Coach Tapiro.  2024 Boys Tennis Team photo, courtesy of coaches Tapiro and Yost, used with permission.
Stroudsburg Boys' Tennis Update
Jaden Harper and Madison NoonanApril 8, 2024

Led by Coach Gene Tapiro and Assistant Coach Ceal Yost, the 2024 boys' tennis team is off to a strong start. The 2023 team graduated several varsity players but Will Puskar,...

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Staff Feature on Ms.Weikert licensed mental health professional

Nyx O’Connor
Ms.Weikert is the high school’s licensed mental health professional.

At which school in the district are you a Counselor?
Stroudsburg High School

How long have you been a counselor at SASD?
I’ve worked at SASD for 5 years.

What is your favorite part of being a counselor?
Building relationships with the students and making connections with them, I love seeing students grow

If you had gone into another profession, what would it be and why?
Early childhood education, that’s what I originally went to college for.

What is one piece of advice you would share with your students?
Ride the wave, things are constantly changing

If you could have one superpower what would it be and why?
To fly to get to see a different perspective of life

How and when did you know being a counselor was what you wanted to do?
I’ve always liked working with kids and helping. I used to work with AmeriCorps which provides opportunities for Americans of all backgrounds to serve their country, address the nation’s challenges, and improve lives and communities. I just knew that I liked helping people, so I went on to get my master’s in psychology

Who do you look up to?
I look up to my mom because she has overcome a lot; she’s had a lot of challenges and keeps pushing forward.

What will your life look like after you retire?
Hopefully, a lot of traveling maybe to Italy.

What is your favorite memory of being at SASD?
Probably going to graduation and seeing my students make it to the finish line getting their diplomas.

What makes you smile?
My nieces and nephews never fail to make me smile.

When you retire one day, what will you miss most about working at SASD?
The routine, even though I wouldn’t say I like getting up early, I love the routine and working with the students.

What is something your students have taught you?
They can be resilient, given very challenging life circumstances and rising above them.

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