Students from Lehigh Career and Technical Institute began work in December 2012, on site to replace a deteriorating fueling station shed that was part of the Northwestern Lehigh bus yard landscape for many years.
John Wynn, building trades occupation teacher, along with 12 students from eight school districts, began the project in November, pre-constructing the new structure at LCTI and ultimately finishing the work April 24.
Students in grades 1-4 will be dismissed at noon on Thursday and Friday, June 6 and 7 and on Monday, June 10. Breakfast and lunch will not be served on these dates as well. Kindergarten students will meet on a modified schedule, with the morning class from 8:50 to 10:30 a.m. and the afternoon class from 11:40 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Monday is the last day for students for the 2012-13 school year.
Catasauqua Middle School STAR students of the month for March were honored at the April 8 school board meeting. From left are Nathaniel Donchez, Jaylen Green, Alexis Bernard and Brianna Ayala. Also with the students is CMS Principal Melissa Inselmann.
Good Shepherd Catholic School, Northampton, has announced that a second kindergarten class will be added for the 2013-14 school year.
An increase in registrations and a desire to keep the kindergarten class at a smaller size while meeting demand prompted the move according to Good Shepherd Catholic School Principal Irene M. Quigley.
Sheckler Elementary School Students of the Month for April were honored at the school board's May 13 meeting. In front from left are William Bear, Zachary Bear and Alivia Bear and, back, Briona Landis, Glenn Williams, Jalen Lukitsch, Dominic Gorr and Makenna Delucia.
Congratulations to the members of the Catasauqua High School girls varsity softball team as they earned the distinguished honor of claiming the 2013 Colonial League softball title.
Best of luck to the team members as they begin their run for a District IX title. They played their first game on Tuesday at Parkland High School.
Remember to turn in your fall sports physical paperwork to the CHS athletic office as soon as possible.
Students interested in joining the CHS marching band in the fall can still sign up in the music room.
Fourth-graders will have their fun day May 31.
Fourth-grade students in Mr. Wilson's class will be going on a field trip to Jacobsburg on June 3.
June 4 will be the last day lunch will be served in the cafeteria for the school year.
Early dismissals for students will begin June 5, with the last day of the school year being June 10.
The Catasauqua Middle School seventh-grade field day will be held today in the football field stadium. The sixth-grade field day will be held Monday and the fifth grade field day is Tuesday.
Field days are wonderful opportunities for students to release stored up energy acquired during the school year and have fun interacting with their peers.
The CMS talent show, hosted by fifth- and sixth-grade students, is on for Wednesday, June 5, at the middle school, during the school day.
The Lehigh Valley Christian High School year is coming to a close with end-of-the-year student activities such as a banquet, class trips and final exams.
This past weekend students had their Junior-Senior Banquet. This is a formal occasion, not unlike a prom, where the students dress up for an evening of food, fellowship and fun. This year's theme was "Sunset in Paradise," and it took place at The Vintage Country Club in Easton.
Lehigh Valley Christian High School students presented their spring concert May 4.