Announcements


  • FLEXIBLE INSTRUCTIONAL DAY (FID) SCHEDULE 2021-22

    Please click HERE to access the 2021-22 FID Instructions and FAQs.  

    Please click HERE to access the 2021-22 FID Schedules.

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  • ANNUAL CHUCK-A-DUCK FUNDRAISER

    The National Honor Society invites our community to participate in our Chuck-a-Duck event on Saturday, February 5, 2022 at 4:00 pm against West Perry.  Attend a double-header of girls’ and boys’ basketball games, and support Ronald McDonald House Charities in the process.  Please see this flyer for more details.  T-shirt and duck orders must be placed by January 16, 2022. 

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  • OTIS PARENT TRAINING

    OTIS for educators is your new online training and support platform. Videos on OTIS help parents/guardians learn how to support distance learning by teaching skills like troubleshooting home wireless internet connections, enabling webcams, using Canvas and the iPad, and much more. We encourage all of our district’s parents to sign up and take advantage of this opportunity.

    The following link will provide directions on setting up an account: Creating a Parent Account on OTIS.

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  • STUDENT PARKING

    The 2021-2022 Student Parking Applications are now available. Please fill out all forms, sign and hand in to Terri Walk at the High School Office with all required documentation.

    Student Parking

    Code of Conduct

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  •  YEARBOOKS

    Yearbook sales have officially started at the High School. Yearbooks may be purchased online through the following site: https://www.shs.3pltd.pro/ (please use the “Register” link to start your order). Paper order forms are available in the school library.  Students - If you are planning on participating in the fundraiser to help offset the cost of the yearbook, please use the paper order form to order your yearbook (do not order online).  The fundraiser starts on November 15.

    Yearbook Order Form

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  • WORK PERMIT APPLICATION 

    Click on the following 2 links to retreive the forms needed to apply for a Work Permit.  Please bring completed forms to the High School Office with required documentation.

    Work Permit Information Sheet

    Work Permit Application

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  • SENIOR CLASS INFORMATION

    Important information regarding the senior class is posted to a website with the following link. 

    Senior Class Webpage

    Please refer to this webpage for all upcoming dates and information for the senior class. 

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  • REQUESTING TRANSCRIPTS

    Any student or alumni who needs a transcript, must request a transcript using an online service. Please use this link to access transcript information from our Counseling Office. 

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  • COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR CHILDREN IN PA

    CHIP covers uninsured kids up to age 19 in Pennsylvania. It doesn’t matter why your kids don’t have health coverage right now; CHIP may be able to help. Most kids receive CHIP for free. Others can get the same benefits at a low cost.

    CHIP is brought to you by leading health insurance companies who offer quality, comprehensive coverage.
    For more information visit the website: https://www.chipcoverspakids.com.

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  • JOSTENS STORE

    To purchase Susquenita High School Custom Apparel and Merchandise, click HERE.

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Apple Distinguished School

  • We are thrilled to have Susquenita High School recognized as an Apple Distinguished School for the years 2019-2022. This is the third designation for the the Susquenita High School. This designation represents years of hard work by many individuals in our school district. For more information on this designation, please visit the following page: Apple Distinguished School.

Mission

  • Susquenita High School is dedicated to emphasizing excellence and fostering lifelong learning in preparation for an increasingly competitive world. The members of our school community will demonstrate respect and responsibility while promoting a safe and caring learning environment.

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