Bethlehem Press

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Salute includes pleasant surprise

Tuesday, November 14, 2017 by MARK KIRLIN in School

Miller Heights ES held its 17th annual Veterans Day Ceremony Nov. 10 and patriotism was on display with music, readings and special moments that honored military veterans.

The program contained musical numbers performed by the Liberty HS Brass Ensemble, Freedom HS Fife and Drum Corps and Men’s Choir. Also included was a rendition of “Taps” on trumpet by fourth grade teacher Louis Poczak.

Emma LaFaver

Tuesday, November 14, 2017 by The Press in School

LV Charter HS for the Arts

Grade: 12

Family members: In addition to my mom and dad, I have three younger siblings ages 15, 13, and 10, and a cat named Thelonious Monk (named after the jazz pianist). My family challenges me to be the best I can be, which has helped me to achieve numerous awards and accomplishments in life.

50th anniversary

Thursday, November 2, 2017 by HEATHER NIGRONE in School

Freedom HS and East Hills MS celebrate rededication

Bethlehem residents and district officials gathered around Oct. 15, 1967, as Vice President Hubert Humphrey spoke at the Freedom HS and East Hills JHS dedication ceremony. His speech is still available for reading online to this day. In it, he applauded the two schools as the finest he had ever seen, saying to all involved that, “You have decided to equip those children for success – successful employment, successful college careers, successful participation in American society.”

DEAN’S LISTS

Thursday, November 2, 2017 by The Press in School

Lehigh Carbon Community College

Lehigh Carbon Community College has announced the summer 2017 dean’s list for the semester. Local students included, who had an academic grade point average of at least 3.50, are Nicole Campbell, Andrea Deibert, Mia Gonzalez, Nicholas Krout, Emily Tierney and Sean Wilson, all of Bethlehem.

Lehigh Carbon Community College is located at 4525 Education Park Drive, Schnecksville. For more information, call 610-799-2121 or visit www.lccc.edu.

COLLEGE NOTES

Thursday, November 2, 2017 by The Press in School

Northampton Community College

Miller film set for Nov. 3

The college will host Warren Miller’s film “Line of Descent” at 7 p.m. Nov. 3 and at 3:30 and 7 p.m. Nov. 4 in Lipkin Theatre, Kopecek Hall, 3835 Green Pond Road.

The film follows skiers and riders from Squaw Valley and Jackson Hole to Norway and the French Alps. The event is sponsored by the school’s ski club, Elk Mountain and Buckman’s Ski and Snowboard Shops.

Tickets are available by visiting www.nccwarrenmiller.com or at the door.

Craft fair Nov. 11

Article By: The Press

Thursday, November 2, 2017 by The Press in School

Phoebe Tanis

Saucon Valley HS

Grade: 12

Family members: Dyann (mom), Tim (step-dad), Chris (dad), Careyanne (step-mom), Nathanael (brother), Renae (step sister), Matthew (step brother), Joel (brother), and Johnny (brother)

Favorite subject: English, because I have always found a passion in writing, and have always been fascinating by the power of analyzing literature.

Activities: Working at Carter’s and volunteering at Advent Speech and Feeding Therapy clinic.

SCHOOL NEWS

Thursday, November 2, 2017 by The Press in School

BASD

Job opportunities

The Center for Language Assessment of Bethlehem Area School District is seeking multilingual people who are willing to provide support to English learners and their families as a part-time English, Hindi and Vietnamese language guide on an as-needed basis,

Opportunities include providing language support for classroom learning, after school assistance, assessments, parent meetings, and special events. Training will be provided.

FIRE PREVENTION WEEK

Thursday, November 2, 2017 by JIM MARSH in School

Salisbury firefighters take annual fire prevention safety message to schools

Firefighters from Eastern and Western Salisbury fire departments were in Salisbury Township schools recently impressing their annual Fire Prevention Week safety message on the community’s young citizens.

In some cases the message is being delivered to the second and third generation of Salisbury youngsters as firefighters take off from work, or other everyday affairs, to make sure elementary school students in the school district hear the basics of home fire safety.

School community raises $2,600 for storm victims

Thursday, November 2, 2017 by The Press in School

Saucon Valley HS ran a fundraiser for Puerto Rico the week of Oct. 15, in an attempt to raise money for the immense struggles they are facing after Hurricane Maria.

Puerto Rico is having trouble providing electrical power and basic needs (such as water) to citizens, and recovering from the destruction of buildings all around their community.