By Brianna Lehr
On Friday Sept. 22, chatter erupted from the Fitzkee Center as excited students got ready for the 2017 Homecoming Pep Rally.
And shortly after the final event, the constant chatter quickly ceased as the time came to announce homecoming queen.
By Carrie Knight
Student Council members have been working diligently to host the 2017 Pennsylvania Association of Student Councils State Conference on Nov. 2, 3, and 4. This conference is designed to build students leadership skills.
Students from all over the state will be gathering together to achieve one goal, become a better leader. Due to the number of students coming to Red Lion, the normal school day will not be in session. Red Lion students will have a half day Thursday, Nov. 2 and a full day off on Friday, Nov. 3.
By Carrie Knight
Homecoming is right around the corner. Students have been busy preparing by buying dresses, finding dates, and planning the perfect evening. Festivities will start Sept. 18 and continue throughout this week.
The homecoming dance will be on Sept. 23, with tickets on sale Sept. 11-22. As it has been for years, a single ticket is $20 and a double ticket is $30.
By Carly Guise
For many students in school districts across York county, early August often means gearing up for the upcoming school year by viewing their schedule before the first day.
For Red Lion students, this has not rung true up until the 2017-2018 school year.
This year, administration has made the switch from MMS, which tied together multiple systems for the various needs of the school district, to Skyward, which combines all of these needs into one.
By Marissa Burd
Over the years at Red Lion High School, students have started a tradition to support their sports teams, specifically varsity football. This group of school spirited students organized a Student Section and call themselves the “Rowdies.”
With every new school year, a graduating senior passes down the role of being the leader of the Student Section to a rising senior. This year, the legacy was passed down from last year’s leader, Tristan Fuentes (2017), to two seniors, Cole Gipe and Micah Davis.