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Board Game Club approved at SHS

Board Game Club approved at SHS

Gabriel Howard, Staff Writer

May 29, 2019

So much work to do in school, so little time! If only there was some club after school that others can join to be entertained and play board games… what’s that? There is? Well, it looks like you are in luck! Sophomore Matthew Kasperek has started up a Board Game Club within our school.  They me...

The Nerf Zombie battle is back!

The Nerf Zombie battle is back!

Gabrielle Buchanan, Staff Writer

May 21, 2019

SHS students will be running for their lives. They will carrying and launching foam darts, searching for care packages to help them along the way. Over the past several years SHS has held nerf zombies. This year the class of 2021 has taken responsibility of the event.   This year's Nerf Zombi...

The Germans are coming: GAPP program to happen this fall

The Germans are coming: GAPP program to happen this fall

Alanna Christman, Staff Writer

May 18, 2019

The German American Partnership Program (GAPP) is coming back to SHS this fall -- and this is the final week to submit an application. For those who don’t know, GAPP is a program where German students come to Stroudsburg for two-three weeks to learn about America and its culture. Twelve SHS stude...

Day of Silence recognized again at SHS

Day of Silence recognized again at SHS

Gabrielle Buchanan, Staff Writer

April 28, 2019

Some people around the world face violence because of who they love, how they look, or who they are. Unfortunately, sexual orientation and gender identity sometimes lead to discrimination or abuse. The Day of Silence was created by Maria Pulzetti in 1996. Maria was an 18-year old University of Virg...

Step Team prepares for upcoming events

Step Team prepares for upcoming events

Elisa-Marie Rivera, Staff Writer

April 23, 2019

What to have fun dancing in step with other students? Well, SHS has had a Step Team, and they are always willing to have more students join at any time. A step team is a form of percussive dance in which the dancers use their entire body as an instrument to produce complex rhythms and sounds throu...

Mini-THON announces first-ever Mr. Mountaineer Pageant

Mini-THON announces first-ever Mr. Mountaineer Pageant

Gabrielle Buchanan, Staff Writer

March 30, 2019

You’re walking down the aisle while the whole school is smiling and clapping just for you.   But the only way you can garner this attention is if you signed up for the first annual Mr. Mountaineer Pageant.  If you missed the opportunity you can always go enjoy the show! The pageant is April 16 ...

Purchase your SHS yearbook by April 1

Purchase your SHS yearbook by April 1

Kimberly Sanchez, Staff Writer

March 27, 2019

You flip through your yearbook and see the laughing faces of your classmates. Among them, you spot yourself wearing braces and the old big framed glasses. Homecoming. You smile as you remember the amazing time you had back in the day. Well, now is the time to buy your book filled with priceless hi...

SHS to hold Red Cross blood drive this week!

SHS to hold Red Cross blood drive this week!

Gabrielle Buchanan, Staff Writer

March 10, 2019

This week, all students and staff have the opportunity to help save lives.  Each of you can make a huge difference. FACT: One donor's blood can save up to three people's lives. This year's annual blood drive, hosted by the National Honor Society (NHS), will be held on Wednesday March 13 from ...

The Acceptance Project focused on growing and affecting positive change

The Acceptance Project focused on growing and affecting positive change

Alanna Christman, Staff Writer

February 28, 2019

“To promote understanding, empathy, appreciation, and acceptance of different faiths, cultures, beliefs, and races. Our project will allow us to learn from each other the core value of humanity that unites us all," wrote sophomore Taha Vahanvaty, the creator of a new club, the Acceptance Project....

Unique Valentine’s Day cards on sale during all lunches

Unique Valentine’s Day cards on sale during all lunches

Alanna Christman, Staff Writer

February 7, 2019

Environmental Club members practice what they preach: they used old newspapers to create beautiful, original Valentine’s Day cards! Students may purchase these thoughtful cards during all lunches for 50 cents each. Proceeds go to the Environmental Club. The cards will be available until February...

SADD reaches out to help all students

SADD reaches out to help all students

Gabriel Howard, Staff Writer

December 4, 2018

SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) at Stroudsburg High School provides a community of support, help, and resources to prevent students from making destructive decisions. “‘Destructive decisions encompass a wide variety of behaviors, but the main issues are drinking, drugs, and anythi...

Celebrating a successful day in FBLA – American Enterprise Day

Celebrating a successful day in FBLA – American Enterprise Day

Gabriel Howard, Staff Writer

November 15, 2018

On every Wednesday, you may have noticed a group called “Future Business Leaders of America”, or FBLA for short. FBLA is a massively successful organization that grants students the chance to compete in various activities, such as accounting, anything business-related, and even entertaining aspects s...

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