The School Board Agenda and Addendum for February 12, 2018 is now available. Click here to view agenda and addendum
Dear Parent/Guardian or staff member:
This letter is to inform you that another student who attends Emmaus High School has been diagnosed with Pertussis (whooping cough). This student is under the care of a physician. For more information about Pertussis please refer to the Pertussis information website from the CDC for an explanation of the disease, how the germs are spread, typical symptoms, treatment, and prevention.
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Do you enjoy working with children? Do you have a degree in business, art, or engineering, but you have always wanted to teach? If yes, then being a substitute teacher might be for you! Individuals who have obtained a bachelor’s degree (in any content area) from an accredited college may apply to participate in the Carbon Lehigh Intermediate Unit 21 Guest Teacher Program.
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Eyer Middle School’s 2018 Rock-a-thon had a record year! During the January 12th Rock-a-thon, teams comprised of seven to ten students stayed overnight at the school, participated in a variety of fun activities, and took turns rocking in their team’s rocking chair to raise money for a regional charity. Eyer students raised a record $25,469.01 this year for the Justin W. Jennings Foundation which brings their five year total to over $125,000!
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Congratulations to Mrs. Jessica Mauro from Alburtis Elementary School. Mrs. Mauro will spark students’ imaginations with creative science and technology projects this school year – with financial support from the PPL Foundation’s Empowering Educators program.
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On Friday, January 12, 2018, Wescosville Elementary celebrated the collecting of canned goods for their “Souper” Bowl Event benefiting a local emergency food pantry, Groceries PLUS. A representative from Groceries PLUS visited WES to explain to students where their donations will be going and who they will be helping. We wonder which class will win this amazing trophy for collecting the most cans. What a great community service project! Keep up the good work, kids!
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Eyer Middle School Computer and Business students will become entrepreneurs by operating a school store. Students will explore the digital world and the impact it has on individuals and business. At the Eyer School Store, they will incorporate the use of Microsoft Office products to produce business documents.
Read more about the Eyer Middle School Opens School Store