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Wednesday May 23, 2018


Day 1


Keystone exams will be held:  May 23-25 – Make-ups


Attention Juniors: Junior class meeting May 30 2:00 in the auditorium.


The Annual Student Art Show featuring the students of Mr. Smith and Mrs. Kreider will be held TONIGHT, from 6:30 to 8:00 PM.  Come out and view the art work of the talented students of STHS


Students in Co-op /Work Study need to see Mrs. Tracy for a two-page final evaluation form for your Employer/Supervisor. The completed forms are due back by TODAY  which is the last day of senior classes and Co-op Work Study.


The Penn State College of Medicine has opened their Pulse Application for the Fall 2018 Program.  Established in 2008, PULSE is the Penn State College of Medicine’s educational outreach program for high school students passionate about the biomedical sciences. The PULSE program is a semester long academic course taught at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. PULSE aims to cultivate interest in medicine, biomedical science, and healthcare systems science by introducing passionate learners to medical students, biomedical researchers, and practicing clinicians.  Students grade 9 -12 are encouraged to apply. Deadline for submission is May 31st.  The topic this year will be Cardiology. Interested students should go to the link below for more information:


HACC High School Fire Academy


HACC, in partnership with local high schools and fire departments, has been providing entry-level fire training and Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) certification training.  This program provides students with the skills and knowledge necessary to become active in his or her local volunteer fire department or Emergency Medical Services (EMS) agency.  Successful graduates obtain multiple certifications in fire training as well as state and national certification as an EMR.  These certificates not only provide the student with tangible credentials, they also provide the students with a stepping stone to a career in public safety or healthcare.  Several high schools have voiced serious interest in this award and Cumberland Valley High School has signed up to offer the Academy to their students.  For questions, please contact Bob Stakem, director of HACC’s Public Safety Center, at


Do you like to Dance? Studio 6 is intended to be a physically active outlet for youths & adults while promoting confidence, creativity, and positive self-expression through a variety of hip hop & modern infused dance choreography. First Month is FREE! Requires Camp Curtin YMCA membership after first month.  Tuesdays – Adults (14+) 6-7:17 Thursdays – Youth (7-13) 5-6:30

Susquehanna Township Parks & Recreation is offering SAT Prep Courses in April and May of 2018 at a low cost of $155 per session!  Check the SAT/ACT Test Resources page on the Guidance website for more information.


AAP - The after-school tutoring program (AAP) will meet Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:45pm.  Buses leave at 4:30pm and 5:15pm.


Striving for Excellence- tutoring program will be held every Tuesday & Thursday in the high school library from 5:30pm – 7:30pm.


Per District Policy- students who park in the school parking lot must purchase current parking passes. Please see stop by the office during any lunch. Cost is $12.50




Reminder to all Dual Enrollment students that you must turn in a copy of your final HACC grade(s) to either your counselor or Mrs. Olley by June 7, in order for the grade(s) and credit(s) to appear on your final report card and transcript.  This is extremely important, HACC will not give us this information, the only way we can get it is directly from the student.


IMPORTANT DUAL ENROLLMENT INFORMATION: Effective immediately, HACC has increased the cost of Dual Enrollment courses by $25 per credit hour, which means the cost of a three-credit course (which is everything except phys ed classes), will be raised from $300 to $375.  This will affect any student taking a Dual Enrollment course July 1, 2018 and later.


Are you applying to college?  STHS has teamed with Parchment to make the TRANSCRIPT REQUEST PROCESS easier for you.


One of the required documents you will need when applying to college is an official high school transcript; which is a document that reflects a student’s academic record.  STHS has an online service where you can request an official high school transcript and send it to the college of your choice with just a few clicks.

Parchment sends your transcript securely, accurately and confidentially to any college or university.  The best part is you can request your transcript anytime from anywhere.  All you need is an internet connection and to visit


Just follow these 3 easy steps to get started:

  1. Register for a free account at
  2. Click create account in the left hand corner.
  3. Follow the prompts.


You can also use Parchment to send additional information electronically, including letters of recommendation.


Sending your transcript electronically is easier, safe and saves money!  Because it’s online, it is processed much faster; your high school can send it instantly, and the college or university receives it immediately.  You no longer have to wonder if your transcript was received by the college or university to which you are applying.  Now you can track it all online at your account on  That’s peace of mind!


If you have questions about electronic transcripts you can contact your school counselor or Mrs. Olley, the Guidance Secretary in charge of transcripts, at  Don’t delay!  Sign up for your account today at!




Are you intending to participate in collegiate sports?


  • If you are planning to participate in collegiate sports, you must register with the NCAA.  To do so, please visit the NCAA Eligibility Website at


  • Students must meet academic and amateurism standards set by the NCAA membership to compete in Division I or II.  At Division III schools, students must meet the admission standards set by the school for all incoming students and amateurism standards set by the NCAA membership.


  • To register for Division, I or Division II scroll down the left side of the page to “Create an Account”.  To register for Division III, scroll down the right side of the page “Create a Profile Page”.


  • Cost to register is $80 unless you are eligible for a Fee Waiver.  Please note: NCAA Fee Waivers are only granted if you used a Fee Waiver for the SAT or ACT this school year.



Most colleges/universities require SAT and/or ACT scores prior to admission.  Please be aware that while some colleges/universities are now test optional some scholarships require you to report your scores.  However, if you have not taken or you need to retake the SAT or ACT please check upcoming testing dates and registration fees at for the SAT or for the ACT.  Please see a Guidance Counselor to determine if you are eligible for a Fee Waiver.


In addition, the Guidance department has a number of resources  including scholarship information on our High School  Web page at


  • Click on the High School Web Page
  • Click on the Resources Tab
  • Click on the High School Counseling Center


Interested in becoming an Electrician? The Central PA Chapter of Independent Electrical Contractors is offering an apprenticeship program for current seniors in June, 2018.  You must be at least 17 years old and have received your high school diploma or GED to participate.  Go to the Guidance website for all the details if working as an electrician is something you’re interested in for your future