The 31st Annual Thanksgiving Dinner Dress Up Day and Food Drive will take place at Sheckler Thursday, Nov. 21.
The annual event is a time for families to come together to enjoy lunch at school with their child.
Sheckler is sponsoring a Holiday Shop for students. The event affords students the opportunity to purchase gifts for family, friends and even pets.
The first quarter recently ended for students at Lehigh Valley Christian High School.
Report cards have been sent home and the students and teachers are getting into the swing of things for the second quarter. With Thanksgiving and Christmas coming up, this time of the year becomes a busy and exciting time.
The students at LVCHS are very happy Thanksgiving break runs for six days.
Parent teacher conferences have been scheduled over the break.
Thursday,Nov. 21: Elem.–Turkey and gravy, dinner roll, or PB&J, mashed potatoes, banana, milk. M.S.–Turkey and gravy, dinner roll, or PB&J, mashed potatoes, banana, orange, milk. H.S.–Turkey and gravy, dinner roll, or PB&J, mashed potatoes, broccoli salad, banana, orange, milk.
Friday, Nov. 22: Elem.–Cheese pizza, broccoli with cheese sauce, apple wedges, milk.M.S.–Cheese pizza, broccoli with dip, apple wedges, orange, milk. H.S.–Cheese pizza, tossed salad, carrots, apple wedges, orange, milk.
Good Shepherd Catholic School has announced the first quarter honor roll for the 2013-14 school year.
Grade 8: Chloe Andreas, Zachary Brodeur, Sam Cadman, Mia Molnar, Molly Nagle.
Grade 7: Zoe Davis-Luizer, Madison Nika, Emily Slane, Oliva Wood.
Grade 6: Paige Egan, Kaleigh Haas, Ashley Molchany, Lily Schimeneck
Grade 8: Victoria Bensinger, Martha Kamioner, Mikayla Miranda, Michael Pham, Gina Salash, Alexus Tewold, Gabrielle Thomas.
Thursday, Nov. 21 : Elem.–Roast turkey, gravy, stuffing, buttered corn, cranberry sauce, whole grain dinner roll, milk. M.S.–Grilled cheese sandwich whole grain, tomato soup, assorted fresh fruit, steamed spinach, baby carrots, milk. H.S.–Grilled cheese sandwich whole grain, tomato soup, assorted fresh fruit, steamed spinach, baby carrots, side salad, milk.
Friday, Nov. 22: Elem.–Early dismissal. No lunch. M.S.–Conferences. No lunch. H.S.–Roast turkey, stuffing/gravy, buttered corn, cranberry sauce, milk.
Early dismissals will occur today at 12:20 p.m. and tomorrow, Friday, Nov. 22, through next Tuesday, Nov. 23 at 11:30 a.m.
Parents are reminded, parent teacher conferences will be held this evening through next Tuesday.
The CMS-PTF Spirit Dance will take place 7-9 p.m. tomorrow evening in the middle school cafeteria.
Students are invited to come out and have a good time with friends.
School will be closed next Thursday, Nov. 28, through Monday, Dec. 2, in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.
Classes will resume Tuesday, Dec. 3.
The 31st Annual Sheckler Elementary School Thanksgiving Dinner, Dress Up Day and Food Drive will be held Thursday, Nov. 21. This event gives parents and siblings the opportunity to come to Sheckler and have lunch together. The Thanksgiving Dinner is for students in grades 1-4 only.
Halloween pumpkin contest is a tradition at Sheckler Elementary School.
Thursday, Nov. 14: Elem.–Tacos, lettuce and tomato, buttered corn, pineapple chunks, assorted fresh fruit, baby carrots, milk. M.S.–Beef-a-roni whole grain, warm whole grain breadsticks, assorted fresh fruit, steamed peas, baby carrots, milk. H.S.–Beef-a-roni whole grain, warm whole grain breadsticks, assorted fresh fruit, steamed peas, baby carrots, side salad, milk.
Congratulations to the following students who were elected as the Catasauqua High School Class of 2017 officers: President Logan Heffelfinger, Vice President Selena Safadi, Secretary Britni Elekes, Treasurer Mirang Patel and Historian Kayla Binder.
A driver education program is now being offered after school. To sign up, see Mr. Gerhard in Room B-217 or stop by the guidance office for information.
Winter sports participants paperwork is due to be returned to the athletic office as soon as possible. Physicals are currently scheduled for Friday, Nov. 15.