On May 16 to 17, Hellertown's Dimmick Park will be hosting a Relay For Life event to raise money for the American Cancer Society. It will take place for 24 hours from 5 p.m. on Friday to 5 p.m. Saturday as the participating teams compete to raise the most money to donate to the American Cancer Society. Participants will take shifts to walk throughout the night to symbolize the continual search for the cure for cancer.
Thursday, May 8, 2014 by in School
Family members: Jim Mintzer, dad; Rose Ann Mintzer, mom; Jimmy, Mary Rose, Joanna, Patrick
Favorite subject: Accounting I and II; I love accounting. I love the numbers and I love the format of the whole subject.
Activities: Football, 2010; cross country, 2011; soccer, 2012; tennis 2011, 2012, 2013; FACT Club; senior class president; Squires; Mock Trial; Scholastic Scrimmage; National Honors Society; homecoming court
Next steps: I plan on going to college and major in accounting.
Career goals: I want to be hired by the FBI.
Family members: Keith K'Meyer, Jennifer Hannold, sister Rachel Singley
Favorite subject: I would consider English my favorite academic subject. Instead of a lecture-styled class, we have group discussions where we all learn from each other, student and teacher alike. We delve deeply into the meanings behind the literature we study. Modern dance is my other favorite subject of study and application. With a balance between technical dancing and free expression, we get the opportunity to experiment with all the different movements our bodies can do.
As the warm weather finally arrives, Moravian's community is becoming increasingly busy. After battling a tough beginning due to inclement weather, the spring sports season is completely underway now. Our teams have had overall success, with the tennis team maintaining an undefeated record. This week the three singles players, Zach Shaff ('16), myself (Madhav Sekar '16), and Adam Kramer ('15) will be participating in the District XI AA Singles Championship.
The sun did not shine.
It was too wet to play.
so they sat in the school
all that cold, cold, wet day.
But students at Freemansburg ES recently had a treat. Police Chief Todd Pantuso and Officer Ray Mead paid a visit to read Dr. Suess as part of "Read Across America." And they brought Thing One and Thing Two, too, who said, "How do you do?"Things One and Two were actually teachers Lindsey Artim and Kelsey Kalamar.
After reading Dr. Suess, curious second graders peppered Freemansburg's finest with questions.
Family members: I have one older brother, Vladimir Marchena. I am the daughter of Miguel Rodriguez.
Favorite subject: My favorite subject is definitely global studies. In the future I plan to live by Austine of Hippo's quote, "The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page."
Activities: I am the captain of Cancer Crushers at Liberty HS. I'm a Liberty Grenadier Band and choir member and I am part of my church's praise team.
Next steps: After high school I plan on pursuing a degree in international business.
As the school year comes closer to its end and summer draws near, students at Notre Dame itch to finish their classes and enjoy their three-month break. Spring sports, the spring musical and several other activities help keep the students busy and their minds off the few days of school left.