On March 7, Central Catholic sent more than 100 students to Lehigh University as participants in the Model United Nations competition under the guidance of Deborah Heckenberger, a social studies teacher.
Students from across the Lehigh Valley attend the event and bring their ideas, skills and personalities to the table.
Thursday, March 20:Elem.–Pork barbecue sandwich whole grain, French fries, fruit cocktail, assorted fresh fruit, baby carrots, milk. M.S.–Barbecue roast chicken, mashed potatoes, assorted fresh fruit, steamed corn, baby carrots, milk. H.S.–Barbecue roast chicken, mashed potatoes, assorted fresh fruit, steamed broccoli, baby carrots, side salad, milk.
Catasauqua Middle School students Jacob Becker, Jack Manogue, Mike Sauter and William Smith may be eighth-grade students, but they already know how to make a quality video.
The students, under the direction of Catasauqua Area School District Gifted Education teacher Dawn Fisher, created a two and a half-minute video in conjunction with B. Braun, Inc., detailing the manufacturing process. The video was created for the "Dream It Do It - What's So Cool About Manufacturing?" video contest.
"The program encourages this age group to go into manufacturing," Fisher said.
Students in 10th or 11th grade who are interested in math, science or engineering who might be interested in attending the American Society for Metals Materials Camp at Lehigh University over the summer should see Mrs. Roseman in the guidance office for more information and an application.
The camp runs July 7-11. It is free, and the deadline to apply is April 4.
Any girl ages 16-20 who is interested in entering the Allentown Fair Queen Contest should see Mrs. Roseman in the guidance office for a registration form.
The deadline to apply is Friday, June 13.
Sheckler Elementary School students and their families gather on the floor of Skateaway in Whitehall in celebration of TV Turnoff Week, observed last month at the school.
Thursday, March 13:Elem.–Cheeseburger on whole grain bun, baked beans, sliced peaches, assorted fresh fruit, baby carrots, milk. M.S.–Sloppy joe on whole grain bun, buttered corn, assorted fresh fruit, steamed corn, baby carrots, milk. H.S.–Sloppy joe on whole grain bun, buttered corn, assorted fresh fruit, steamed corn, baby carrots, side salad, milk.
The following students were named to the honor roll for the second marking period at Saint Elizabeth Regional School.
Grade 7: Alissa Le
Grade 6: Alan Garger
Grade 5: Isabella Fares, Ashley Kuhn
Grade 8: Trecia Ingabire, Mackenzie Lewis
Grade 7: Justin Kayal, Anthony Wilson
Grade 6: Anthony Shak, Wilma Taveras
Grade 5: Katherine Fritz, Joelyne Jacob, Elissar Khalil, Nhi Nguyen, Emily Tran
The following students earned second-quarter honor roll status at Good Shepherd Catholic School.
Grade 8: Choloe Andreas, Zachary Brodeur, Sam Cadman, Mikayla Miranda and Mia Molnar.
Grade 7: Zoe Davis-Luizer, Sarina Rizzo and Oliva Wood.
Grade 6: Paige Egan, Kaleigh Haas, Mary Rose Janny, Ashley Molchany, Sebastian Mule and Lily Schimeneck.
Grade 8: Molly Nagle, Michael Pham, Gina Salash, Slexus Tewold and Gabrielle Thomas.
Market Day pick up will take place 3-4 p.m. Tuesday, March 18 at the Catasauqua Middle School.
Also March 18, the CMS PTF group will hold a monthly meeting in the school library.
The PTF group will host a movie night 7 p.m. in the school auditorium.
Bring your family and friends to enjoy a movie together.
For the last two weeks the Lehigh Valley Christian High School has actually had five full days of school each week! We only had one full week of school in December, one in January and one in February. We are having to make up some snow days by adding a half day April 17 and making April 15 a full day.
LVCHS is not having classes March 14, so that teachers can have a day of professional development training. The second round of progress reports for the third quarter is March 17 and the quarter ends on April 1.