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Student Profile: Caitlin McCadden, Freedom HS

Thursday, March 27, 2014 by The Press in School

Grade: 11

Family members: Nancy McCadden (Mother), Hunter McCadden (sister), Madison McCadden (sister), Autumn McCadden (sister)

Favorite subject: Some of my favorite subjects in school are the english and science courses. In science, I immensely enjoyed taking anatomy and physiology, and chemistry both in my sophomore year. However, I am also a fan of english and the english electives offered at Freedom. I typically have at least one in my schedule. The teachers I have had in these classes were definitely factors in why they are my favorite subjects.

Freedom HS news: miniTHON: Going strong a year later

Thursday, March 27, 2014 by The Press in School

Tears of joy. Tears of sorrow. The uncontrollable emotions of BASD miniTHON run high and low, but it is all For The Kids (FTK).

The Bethlehem Area School District (BASD) community has immensely been changed in the past year by BASD miniTHON, and it is once again that time of year to prepare for the fight to conquer pediatric cancer.

Bethlehem Catholic HS news: Goodbye winter, hello spring

Thursday, March 20, 2014 by The Press in School

Spring is on the way, we hope. As Bethlehem Catholic students are recovering from an unusually long and cold winter, their thoughts are turning to warmer weather, the last quarter of the school year, the prom and spring sports. Seniors are making their final decisions regarding their plans for next year, and everyone is glad that the snow and difficult last few months are behind us. BECA had some unique issues this winter, caused by a malfunctioning heating system that resulted in more days off than most other schools.

Student profile: Kaitlyn Overby, Bethlehem Catholic HS

Thursday, March 20, 2014 by The Press in School

Grade: 12

Family members: Sister, Nicole; brother, Taylor; Mom, Dana; Dad, Corey

Favorite subject: Science, especially anatomy and physiology because I hope to go into the medical field

Activities: Field hockey

Next steps: Go to a university and study to become a physician assistant

Career goals: Become a physician assistant

Heroes: My brother because he always looks for the positive in others

Hobbies: Field hockey

Current job(s): Wegmans

Student profile: Nicole Overby, Bethlehem Catholic HS

Thursday, March 13, 2014 by The Press in School

Grade: 12

Family members: Mom, Dana; dad, Corey; brother, Taylor; twin sister, Kaitlyn

Favorite subject: Math: it comes the easiest to me and I enjoy working with numbers.

Activities: Field hockey, THON committee, baseball manager, retreat team

Next steps: College, hoping to receive a degree in accounting

Career goals: Work for one of the Big 4 accounting firms

Heroes: Mr. Grasso because of his positive outlook on life and his selfless commitment to serve others

Hobbies: Reading, sports, family and friends

Current job(s): Wegmans

STUDENT PROFILE: James Du Chateau, LV Charter HS for the Arts

Thursday, March 6, 2014 by The Press in School

Grade: 12

Family members: Mother, Debra Du Chateau; father James Du Chateau; and older sister, Jaclyn Du Chateau

Favorite subject: My favorite subject is creative writing. I find a freedom of the soul whenever I write, so I especially enjoy that class.

Activities: Of course, dance. I dance at school every day and then dance at a studio at night. It's amazing that I get to do what I love every single day.

SAUCOIN VALLEY NEWS: Say hello to 'Bye Bye Birdie'

Thursday, March 6, 2014 by The Press in School

Saucon Valley's Fine Arts Department presented the musical comedy "Bye Bye Birdie" Feb. 27 to March 2. The book by Michael Steward was inspired by the rock-and-roll idol, Elvis Presley. The pseudo-Elvis of this production, Conrad Birdie, was played by junior Brenden Weaver. One of the dozens of teenage fans of Conrad, Rachel Altemose (11) as Kim MacAfee was chosen to give "one last kiss" to Conrad before he was called off to war.