Catasauqua Press

Monday, November 11, 2019
PRESS PHOTOS BY MARK RECCEK Sheckler Elementary School student Tyler Monahan is excited to learn from Sheckler teacher Mrs. Elek his egg is fully intact after falling from the top of an extended fire engine ladder. PRESS PHOTOS BY MARK RECCEK Sheckler Elementary School student Tyler Monahan is excited to learn from Sheckler teacher Mrs. Elek his egg is fully intact after falling from the top of an extended fire engine ladder.
Kayla Fenstemaker is overwhelmed with joy after discovering her egg survived the drop. Kayla Fenstemaker is overwhelmed with joy after discovering her egg survived the drop.
Nicholas Delorenzo celebrates after discovering his egg survived the fall. Nicholas Delorenzo celebrates after discovering his egg survived the fall.
Sheckler teacher Mr. Burker accepts Jordan Nonnemaker's egg while Angelique Martinez and Ciani Vassa wait in line. Sheckler held its annual Egg Drop event in the school parking lot May 10. Sheckler teacher Mr. Burker accepts Jordan Nonnemaker's egg while Angelique Martinez and Ciani Vassa wait in line. Sheckler held its annual Egg Drop event in the school parking lot May 10.
Stephanie Crogan excitedly holds up her egg, which survived the fall from the fire department's ladder. Stephanie Crogan excitedly holds up her egg, which survived the fall from the fire department's ladder.
Catasauqua Fire Department firefighters drop an egg packaged in protective a container created by a fourth-grade student. Catasauqua Fire Department firefighters drop an egg packaged in protective a container created by a fourth-grade student.

Fourth grade egg drop tradition continues

Thursday, June 27, 2013 by The Press in School

Fourth-graders at Sheckler Elementary School participated in the annual Sheckler Egg Drop in May.