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Six juniors to graduate early with the Class of 2017

From left to right: Tiffany Growhowski, Jasmine Ippich, Daniella Wali, and Ellaa Abouelmagd. Missing is Jaynaba Kane and Kassandra Krase.

Sam Imber, Staff Writer

June 12, 2017

As the class of 2017 prepares to leave SHS behind once and for all, joining them are six juniors who are just as eager to embark on their new journeys. These students took charge of their education and are finishing their high school careers in just three short years. Juniors-turned-seniors Kassandra...

Run for the Red helps disaster relief around the Poconos

Run for the Red helps disaster relief around the Poconos

Sam Imber, Staff Writer

May 24, 2017

For itai??i??s 12th year, the American Red Cross hosted its annual Run for the Red Marathon, Half Marathon, and 5K races. Runners gathered together on Sunday, May 21 to run, while raising money for disaster relief in the Poconos. The American Red Cross, founded in 1881 by Clara Barton, provides support...

Girls on the Run Program thriving; runners prepare for their annual Spring 5K!

Girls on the Run Program thriving; runners prepare for their annual Spring 5K!

Sam Imber, Staff Writer

May 11, 2017

Every Tuesday and Thursday, you may wonder why you see so many elementary and middle school girls running in circles around a field. That's because Girls on the Run (GOTR) is gearing up for their annual spring 5K race on Friday, May 12! In this incredible program, which meets after school, youngster...

Senior Marleigh Silvernale to attend Ivy League institution

Senior Marleigh Silvernale to attend Ivy League institution

Sam Imber, Staff Writer

May 2, 2017

Itai??i??s that time of the year again! As the new month begins, seniors will finally receive their long anticipated acceptance letters, and start the exciting process of deciding which school they will be attending in the fall. But, for some seniors, they have already known where theyai??i??ll be sp...

Dress Code needs to be reviewed and improved

Anastazya Marin, sophomore

March 24, 2017

Dear Editor, One aspect of Stroudsburg School District that I think can be improved is the dress code policy. This could be improved because students arenai??i??t allowed to wear hoodies due to it being a ai???choking hazardai???, but it is mandatory that we wear a student ID, which is also a ai???c...

Wawa is a daily quest for many students

Wawa is a daily quest for many students

Sam Imber, Staff Writer

February 27, 2017

As busy high school students with hectic schedules, mountains of homework, club meetings, sports practice, part time jobs and endless studying to do, where can we actually catch a break and relax? Wawa. Wawa, Inc. was founded in 1803 in New Jersey by its owner George Wood. Later, in 1964, Woodai??i??s gra...

SHS student employees and shoppers take on Black Friday madness!

Retails stores across the nation kick off the holiday season with doorbuster sales!

Sam Imber, Staff Writer

December 4, 2016

The 2016 holiday shopping season has finally kicked off! Black Friday is one of the biggest and busiest events of the year for every retail store in the country. Even before families finish their Thanksgiving meals, insane sales drive customers from all over to shop for the best deals! At the offi...

Students give blood at annual SHS blood drive

This year's blood drive was held in the auxiliary gym.

Sam Imber, Staff Writer

November 17, 2016

SHS students never have to look far for opportunities to make a difference within the Stroudsburg community! Last Friday, National Honor Society held their annual blood drive with the American Red Cross in the auxiliary gym. Students were able to sign up during lunches during the days leading up to ...

SHS shines with astounding SPP score

SHS shines with astounding SPP score

Sam Imber, Staff Writer

November 9, 2016

Far exceeding expectations, the hard work by students and staff have earned SHS an astounding SPP score of 94.9!

Model Congress holds two-day event at SHS

Amanda Morales leads her Civil Rights Committee to create a bill addressing police brutality.

November 7, 2016

Stroudsburg Model Congress has had another year of success during its 2016 conference. For over 20 years, 8th and 9th graders from the Stroudsburg Junior High School come up to SHS for a two day session in "congress." Students can sign up for certain committees run by upperclassmen involved in Model...

Students engage in healthy ideas and debates at Philosophy Club

Students discuss interesting topics that challenge their own perspectives.

Sam Imber, Staff Writer

October 11, 2016

Stroudsburg High's Philosophy Club encourages debate on topics from all across the moral spectrum.

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