The Catasauqua Area School District is asking parents and students to vote for a new school district logo.
The four logo contest entries were created by students in Catasauqua High School's Concept Design class.
Only one vote is permitted per computer.
To vote, go to the website http://www.cattysd. org/CMSweb.cfm. After accessing the district website, click on the "Special Announcement!" link.
Voting ends April 12.
The Catasauqua Middle School Parent Teacher Forum will again hold its monthly meeting 7 p.m. April 16 in the middle school library.
The next Young at Heart meeting is April 24 in the basement of St. Andrews Catholic Church, located at Third and Eugene streets in North Catasauqua. Parking is in the rear and you enter the side door of the church by the parking lot. This month there will be a lunch served for all members. Bingo is played after the meeting.
It's time to sign up for the May 15 bus trip to Rainbow Dinner Theatre to see "Fun Between the Covers." Call Bill Molchany at 610-264-0920 to reserve a seat.
A recent donation of $7,500 in products from Akro-Mils, a North American leader in storage, organization and transport products, is aiding the educational mission of the Lehigh Career & Technical Institute (LCTI) in Schnecksville.
Akro-Mils' donation to LCTI's Material Handling Logistics Technology program includes plastic storage bins and containers, platform trucks, steel carts, dollies, shelving units and louvered hanging systems. The donated products were sent from Akro-Mils' booth at the 2013 ProMat Show in Chicago.
The 2012-13 CCHS Winter Sports Award Ceremony was held March 14 in Rockne Hall at Central Catholic High School. All varsity letter winners and team MVPs were recognized.
This year's MVPs include: Jackie Fronheiser in girls basketball, Maria Holstrom in girls swimming, Nicole Sagl in girls diving, Emily Smith in cheerleading, Fernando Rios in boys swimming, Nick Crouse in boys diving, Mike Rodgers in wrestling, and Muhammed-Ali Abdur-Rahkman in boys basketball.
Thursday, March 28: Holiday. Schools closed.
Friday, March 29: Holiday. Schools closed.
Monday, April 1: Holiday. Schools closed.
Tuesday, April 2: Elem.–Chicken quesadilla, refried beans, assorted fresh fruit, baby carrots, milk. M.S.–Spicy chicken patty sandwich, lettuce and tomato, assorted fresh fruit, steamed asparagus, baby carrots, milk. H.S.–Fried chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy, assorted fresh fruit, steamed asparagus, baby carrots, side salad, milk.
Catasauqua High School honor roll students were recognized at a reception.
Congratulations to Ryan Krause, Samantha Snyder and Yenifer Gonzalez for being selected Lehigh Career & Technology Institute Students of the Month for February.
All three are also Catasauqua High School students.
Ryan and Samantha are in culinary arts programs and Yenifer is studying the early care and education of young children.
Penn State Lehigh Valley Emerging Leaders Institute is hosting a free one-day seminar on April 27.
Any student who is interested in more informationshould see Mrs. Roseman.
The deadline to register is Friday March 29.
The Sheckler Elementary School's monthly Home and School meeting will be held in the school's library April 3 at 7 p.m.
Voting will take place for Home and School officers for the upcoming school year.
Best of luck to all the nominees!
Topics to be discussed include any upcoming events at Sheckler and activities being held for students.
All parents are invited and encouraged to attend.
I would like to wish everyone a blessed and happy Easter, filled with lots of smiles and laughter.
Members of the Catasauqua Area School Board honored Sheckler Elementary School Students of the Month for February at the March 11 meeting. In front from left are Jonah Arancibia, Ashley Ritter and Mason Forstoffer. In the back row are Hannah Gibbs, Tyler Monahan, Zeina Youssef and Lilly Bynoe. Also with the students is Sheckler Principal Eric Dauberman.
Schools will be closed for Catasauqua Area School District students March 28 throughApril 1 in observance of the Easter holiday.
Spring picture day for the middle school will be held April 2. Be sure to bring your smile to school with you.
In looking ahead, reading and math PSSA exams for grades 5 thru 8 will take place April 16-18.
Students will be dismissed early, at 11:30 a.m., during these days and no lunch will be served.