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School board debates teacher cuts, raised taxes

School board debates teacher cuts, raised taxes

Lauren Perez, Staff Writer

May 3, 2016

The school board has decided to demote 21 teachers to part-time positions.

You can enrich a child’s life by donating books to the Breakfast With Dr. Seuss fundraiser

You can enrich a child’s life by donating books to the Breakfast With Dr. Seuss fundraiser

Ryan Serbin, Staff Contributor

February 23, 2016

Have a book thatai??i??s just sitting there unread? Want to help expand a small child's knowledge? Why not help out the Class of 2017, by donating books and attendingAi??Ai??ai???Breakfast with Dr.Seussai??? fundraiser? The fundraiser will occur on Saturday, March 12. Its purpose is to not only help...

Scholastic Scrimmage stuns opponents

Ryan Serbin, Staff Writer

December 14, 2015

Last Monday, the varsity Scholastic Scrimmage team won the Eastern Pennsylvania Conference. They won their match against Allentown Central Catholic and Liberty with a final score of 115-200 against Liberty. The team consists of seniors Eric Wolf, Liam Weiss, Brianna Cummings and Pranitha Porthuri. In...

New history classes thrill students and teachers

Brianna Cummings, Staff Writer

October 12, 2015

For the past few years, when students wanted to go sign up for Ai??social studies electives, they realized something: there were not many to choose from. Aware of this problem, Stroudsburg High School's students and staff decided to do something about it, and they succeeded . For the 2015-2016 school yea...

Google Classroom

Google Classroom

Olivia Beebe, Staff Writer

October 11, 2015

The transition to Google Classroom could not have been done without the help of the SASD Director of Educational Technology, Ms. Kathleen DePietro- Covey. After all the excitement generated about Google Classroom last spring, it should come as no surprise that it would become a part of Stroudsburg Hi...

Jazz Band Concert

Tommy Rubino

May 21, 2015

The Stroudsburg High School Jazz Band will be performing in the Great Wolf Lodge Main Lobby on Friday, May 22 at 5:00 PM. Ai??The concert is free, so come out to support the Stroudsburg music program!

SHS focuses on becoming a Google school

Jacob Grieco

May 20, 2015

In an ideal world a student would never have to print another paper, and all assignments and communication would be online. Ai??Google is constantly working on a way to do just that by eliminating hand-to-hand interactions completely, and this year at SHS there has been movementAi??towards becoming a...

Urgent notice for seniors: scholarships ending soon

Urgent notice for seniors: scholarships ending soon

April 9, 2015

  The guidance office has dozens of scholarships available, but many expire as soon as early-mid April. It's important that seniors reach out and apply for these scholarships to receive possible assistance in financing the ever-rising cost of college education. Below is a list of many of the...

SHS pilots bring your own device into classrooms

SHS pilots bring your own device into classrooms

Olivia Cashman, Staff Writer

January 29, 2015

Within just three minutes of the late bell, students can explain the atomic theory, differentiate between ionic and covalent bonds, and identify Avogadroai??i??s number. They can explore the effects of the plague, view medieval paintings, and discover the pros and cons of The Patriot Act. This recent...

Alert: scholarship money available in guidance

Alert: scholarship money available in guidance

Brianna Cummings, Staff Writer

January 29, 2015

The senior homerooms, full of students texting, socializing and finishing up their first period homework, are unaware that principal Mr. Jeffrey Sodl is announcing the Horatio Alger Scholarship for the third time this week. Down in the guidance office, counselors cross their fingers, hoping seniors w...

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