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Season passes for Susquehanna Community High School are now being sold in the high school office, at the cost of $10.00 per student, and $20.00 per adult. Senior Citizen passes are also available at no cost.
Passes are for all regular season home sporting events.
The Susquehanna Community Elementary School is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. If anyone has moved into the school district recently and has not registered their children for school, you may stop at the Elementary School Office during the hours mentioned above.
Parents should bring birth certificates, immunization records, and any other pertinent health or educational information to register the student.
Also, if anyone has moved within the district or requires transportation changes, please call the school at 853-4921 as soon as possible.
School starts on Wednesday, August 27, 2003. Parents are strongly encouraged to register their children as soon as possible.
Four Susquehanna County students have been named to the Deans List at Indiana University of Pennsylvania for the second semester of the 2002-03 academic year. They are: Courtney E. Searle, Clifford; Michael Snow, Montrose; Trevor W. Calabro, New Milford; Lee M. Griffin, South Gibson.
Mr. Mark D. Snitzer, a senior History/Political Science major and graduate of Blue Ridge High School, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Snitzer, Susquehanna, was named to the Deans List for academic achievement during the 2002-03 spring semester at Albright College. A total of 441 Albright students had to attain at least a 3.5 grade point average to be named to the list.
Lancaster, PA Matthew Robert Batzel, Susquehanna, a rising junior at Franklin & Marshall College, was named to the Honors List for the spring 2003 semester.
A student earns Honors List recognition for achieving a 3.7 or better grade point average on a 4.0 scale.
Matt, a government major and environmental studies minor, is a 2001 graduate of Susquehanna Community High School. He is the son of Pastor Carl and Carol Batzel, Susquehanna.
Matthew C. Haley, son of Charles and Melody Haley, Dundaff, PA, recently returned from a ten-months stay in Pori, Finland, where he was a primary ambassador representing the United States from Rotary International, district 7410, and the New Milford Area Rotary.
Matt studied computer technology at Porin Palvelopisto (a technical school), participated in numerous activities there, and traveled extensively throughout Finland and Northern Europe.
A 2002 graduate of Mountain View High School, Kingsley, Matt was a member of the "Eagles" varsity soccer team, track team, student council, marching band, and theater arts group. In addition, he was a member of Harford Boy Scout Troop 98 and received his "Eagle Scout" rank in March, 2002. At his high school graduation, Matt received the Jesse Tourjet Scholarship, the New Milford Area Rotary Award, the Friendship Scholarship, Student Encouragement Award, recognition for participation in band, theater, and student council, and Graduation Project Award. All of these activities and awards provided Matt with a variety of important backgrounds to better serve abroad as an exchange student.
In the fall, Matt will begin his college career at East Stroudsburg University, where he plans to major in Computer Security.
Lancaster, PA Thirty-one students have been inducted into the Skull and Crown Sophomore Honor Society at Franklin & Marshall College. Students are chosen on the basis of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. They represent the finest characteristics of Franklin & Marshall College.
Matthew R. Batzel, of Susquehanna, PA, a 2001 graduate of Susquehanna Community High School, received the honor. He is the son of Carl and Carol Batzel, Susquehanna.
At Susquehanna Community High School
On Thursday evening, August 21, from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m., Susquehanna Community High School will have an open house for all incoming seventh grade students and their parents.
At this time seventh grade students will receive a copy of their schedule for the 2003-2004 school year, homeroom numbers and locker combinations.
Parents and students will be introduced to various student activities for the year including an over view of schedule information, student handbooks, homework policy, grading and class requirements.
Students and parents are asked to meet in the auditorium at the 6:00 p.m.
Students will be able to tour the school before leaving to locate classrooms and their lockers.
The school looks forward to meeting all new seventh grade students and their parents.
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