Tuesday, June 25, 2019 by ? ? in School
The Bridges Foundation was established to provide deserving students of the Bethlehem Area Vocational-Technical School the ability and financial support to fulfill career aspirations. The foundation provides support towards post-secondary education, the acquisition of tools and/or equipment and lastly to attend specialized training related to students career pathway. The selection for the students is determined by identifying multiple characteristics believe to be necessary for students to meet a successful post-high school experiences.
Two Bethlehem residents graduated recently from Albright College. Paul Mason Leiby earned a bachelor of science degree in organizational behavior/applied psychology, summa cum laude. He is a graduate of Albright’s School of Professional Studies. Dominic Vincenzo Marfisi earned a bachelor of science degree in business administration: finance and marketing, cum laude.
Jessica Cogill, a Bethlehem resident, earned a bachelor of science in nursing degree in Nursing at Alvernia University. She completed her studies at the main campus.
Several Bethlehem area residents graduated May 11, from Moravian College.
Fifth-grade classes at Donegan ES headed for the school’s new outdoor classroom May 29 to enjoy what they’d spent weeks preparing for: Urban Bird Count for Kids. Sponsored by Donegan each spring, it’s the only event of its kind in the Lehigh Valley.
BASD: No tax increases
The Bethlehem Area School District’s final 2019-20 budget was approved by the Board of Directors during a special meeting June 17 at the administration building. The budget contains no tax increases on property owners. The vote was 7-1 with Director Eugene McKeon dissenting.
New principals named