Student Bulletin – Monday, March 20, 2023

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Upcoming Dates

  • 3/20 – 4/28/2023  – Pet Drive for Peaceable Kingdom
  • 3/22/2023 – Drug and Alcohol Parent Awareness Night, 6:30 café
  • 3/28/2023 – Career Fair, 6-8pm Gym
  • 3/29 – 4/2/2023 – Fiddler on the Roof
  • 4/1/2023 – Habitat for Humanity Spaghetti Dinner,  5-6:30pm cafe
  • 4/3 – 4/5/2023  – Senior Ball Tickets go on sale (senior class members only)
  • 4/4/2023 – 4th Marking period starts
  • 4/5/2023 – 11am Early Dismissal
  • 4/6 – 4/10/2023 – School Closed – Passover and Easter Celebrations
  • 4/11 – 4/21 2023 – Senior Ball ticket sales (seniors and underclassman)
  • 4/25/2023 – Spring Orchestra Concert, 7 pm
  • 4/27/2023 –  College Fair, 6pm
  • 4/28/2023 – Broadway Night, 7 pm
  • 4/28/2023 – Wear Red Cross Fundraiser Bracelets
  • 5/2/2023 – Spring Band Concert, 7pm
  • 5/5/2023 – Senior Ball, 6pm
  • 5/11/2023 – Spring Choir Concert, 7pm
  • 5/13/2023 – Junior Prom, 5pm
  • 5/25/2023 – Art Show, 7pm
  • 5/26/2023 – 11am Early Dismissal
  • 5/29/2023 – No School, Memorial Day
  • 5/31/2023 – Senior Awards Night, 6:30pm
  • 6/7/2023 – Underclassman Awards, 6:30pm
  • 6/9/2023 – Last Day of School

Late Bus

  • The late bus will run every Tuesday and Thursday. The bus picks up around 3:15pm at door #4. You may only use the late bus for clubs or detention. You must sign up in the main office on the day of the late bus by 10:30am.


  • There is NO EATING in the Library
  • All students coming to the Library must have an Ehall pass to EHS Library or a yellow paper pass.
  • Reminder – students are only allowed to come down during one study hall block per day, students will be sent back if trying to come into the Library during multiple study hall blocks in the same day.
  • This is a reminder that–on M, T, W and F–students may only be in the library during Hornet Homeroom for quick in-and-out visits (claiming an ID, printing a document, or book renewal/return, for examples). HR teacher passes are fine for such purposes. Staying longer requires a pass from a subject teacher and subject work necessitating library support/resources.
  • No students should be visiting during HH on Thursdays.
  • The library houses three permanent HHs every day and often gets a fourth due to coverage needs. We simply do not have the HH space to accommodate students just hoping to “hang out.”
  • The EHS Library area to the immediate right after entering will be a designated quiet-only spot for students, staff members and teachers. Stress-relieving activities such as adult coloring, sticker books, sudoku, etc. remain available; however, in response to patron feedback, gaming items have been removed to allow for booked classes to operate without noise distraction. Additionally, ehall pass requires that our AA be able to hear students as they identify themselves upon arrival and exit. 

Study hall students who wish to socialize should sit elsewhere in the library.

  • Per Mrs. Guarriello, the EHS Library will no longer be available to students after school on Mondays due to faculty meetings being held in the space. The EHS Library continues to be open until 3 PM on Tuesdays through Fridays.

Chromebook / IT Help

The IT department  will hold  Chromebook support for students  during Hornet Homeroom (10:18 – 10:55) and from 2 to 2:30 pm outside the library entrance.

Pet Drive for Peaceable Kingdom

The students from room 308 are hoping to help out animals in the Lehigh Valley by holding a pet drive for Peaceable Kingdom in Whitehall, PA.  The drive will run from Monday, March 13th until April 28, 2023.  Boxes for donations can be found in the main office, the hallway by the cafeteria, the lobby by Mr. Fortier’s office, and the auditorium lobby.  

Peaceable Kingdom is looking for food, treats, and toys for the animals, and cleaning supplies for the facility.  You can find their 2023 wish list on Peaceable Kingdom’s website or the many posters hanging around EHS.  Every little donation can help animals in need.  Thank you for your support!

Lehigh University

Current 10th and 11th Grade Students- Please see the opportunity below!

Lehigh University’s Summer Engineering Institute (SEI) is a program that offers students exposure to STEM activities such as hands-on collaborative projects, classroom discussions, and field trips to regional science and tech businesses and research centers. Some of the topics explored during the program include 3D printing, robotics, nanoscience, earthquake mitigation, bioengineering, environmental remediation, and computer science. 

The in-person program gives students the opportunity to reside for two weeks on Lehigh’s campus working with Lehigh students and faculty.  The virtual program runs Monday through Friday for two weeks and consists of zoom sessions three times daily, 10 am – noon, 2 pm – 4 pm, and 6 pm – 7 pm.  Nominated students should be capable of participating in this two-week program both academically and socially.  Students who apply should be highly interested in engineering and have a higher GPA (ideally 3.5 or above).  Lehigh would also like to see that students who apply are of traditionally underrepresented groups and/or first generation college students (however, this criteria is not mandatory).  If you would like to be considered for this opportunity, please fill out the Interest Form by Friday, March 24th.

SESSION 1: June 25-July 8, 2023 (in-person)                  

SESSION 2: July 10-21, 2023 (virtual)

See SEI FLYER or for additional information.

Career Speakers

Emmaus High School is pleased to once again present Career Speaker Month for the month of March. Students interested in participating in one of the career speaker presentations must register through Naviance. Students are required to speak with their teachers to ensure they have permission to attend the presentation and will be required to make up any work missed during that time.

The complete list of speakers can be found on Naviance.  The following Career Speakers are scheduled to visit EHS during the week of March 20:

March 20, 1:00, (Mrs. Kim Adams) MMR

Neal Hobert

In his  10 years at Trifecta Technologies,  Neal has helped clients get the most out of their technology investments.   As a Technical Solution Architect, he is responsible for project estimation and resource requirements,  gathering and documenting business and technical requirements, documenting  system design, resolving  technical blocker and mentoring  team members.  Mr. Hobart has worked with such notable clients as C.F. Martin Guitar, Carlo’s Bakery, Leer Truck Cabs, Lutron Electronics and PenTeleData.  His certifications include Salesforce Certified Sales Cloud Consultant,  Salesforce Certified Administrator,  Salesforce Certified Experience Cloud Consultant.


March 21, 9:00, (Mrs. Lori  Miller) MMR

Courtney Goddard

Courtney Goddard is the Group Fitness Director at MAXX Fitness.  She is also a Les Mills Advanced Instructor and coach and an Onboarding National LMUS Trainer and Presenter.  Courtney holds a B.S. in both Chemistry and Biology.  As a freshman in college, Courtney was about to start her collegiate soccer career when 2 weeks before preseason, she blew out her right knee.  After a year of rehab and PT, she was cleared for activity and one month later, traveled to Baltimroe to attend Les Mills BodyPump Initial Training and the rest is history.  Courtney possesses the drive, personality and passion it takes to motivate others in their fitness journey.  She is 100% committed to anything she does and this is reflected in the expertise and motivation she brings to her students.


March 21@ 11:00, (Mrs. Kuebler) MMR

Hanna O’Reilly

Hanna O’Reilly joined the 69 News team in October 2021. She covers anything from features to breaking news, all across the WFMZ coverage area. 

Luckily, she’s no stranger to the area- Hanna was born and raised in Bath and attended Sacred Heart and Bethlehem Catholic High School. She then went on to receive her bachelor’s in English from Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia and gained professional writing experience at Lehigh Valley Style Magazine, The Lehigh Valley Press, Home News, Morning Call, Lehigh Valley Live,  Township Observer, and other Lehigh Valley outlets.

She landed her first job at a TV station in 2019 at FOX56 News-WOLFTV in the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre area. She spent her time there writing news for the web, running the station’s social media, and was on-air as a high school football sideline reporter.  After 2.5 years, she came home to be a full-time reporter at WFMZ and is thrilled to work at the station she grew up watching.


March 22, 11:30, (Svencer) MMR

Dr. Debra Powell

Dr Debra Powell is the Interim Chair of the Department of Medicine and the Chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases. She received her undergraduate degree in Microbiology from Penn State, her Master’s Degree in Clinical Microbiology from Drexel University, and her medical degree from The Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, Hershey, PA.  She completed her Internal Medicine Residency at Reading Hospital and Fellowship in Infectious Diseases at Penn State Milton S Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, PA.


March 23, 1:00, Counseling

Jeff McElhaney

I joined Edward Jones in 2009 after graduating from Cairn University with degrees in biblical studies and business administration. To better serve my clients, I have earned the CFP® and AAMS® certifications. I am the recruiting leader, market opportunity strategy leader and developing leadership opportunities leader within our region at Edward Jones. I focus on building personalized financial strategies for individuals, families and businesses that are designed to achieve their unique goals. I take time to understand what is most important to them and use an established process to create tailored objectives.  Once these strategies are implemented, I maintain regular contact with my clients to inform them of any developments and keep them on track.  I grew up in Bucks County where I met and married my high school sweetheart, Stacey.  We have a beautiful daughter, Rory, and two dogs, Macy and Remi. When I am not spending time with my family, I enjoy traveling, fishing, golfing and other outdoor sports.  In the true spirit of Edward Jones, I am committed to giving back to the community. I served as president of the East Penn Chamber, Emmaus Main Street Partners and the Emmaus Rotary Club and served on the board of other organizations such as GLVCC Finance Committee, Cairn University ENACTUS and LVHN Board of Associates. 

Spaghetti Dinner – Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity will be hosting a Spaghetti Dinner Saturday, April 1, 2023 to help provide affordable housing for families in the Lehigh Valley from 5-6:30 pm in the EHS cafe. Tickets are $15 for those at least 10 years old and $10 for those under 10 years old. Please see any Habitat for Humanity club member or Miss Russo in 513 for tickets. 

EHS Local Scholarship Program

Good Morning Seniors, 

If you are applying to any of the EHS Local Scholarships… this is a reminder to PLEASE make sure you are following the directions listed at the top of the page (there are 6 steps highlighted in yellow.) We receive hundreds of applications, so please know that failure to follow these exact steps will result in an incomplete application.   Email questions to

Here is the link to the EHS Local Scholarship List, Applications & Instructions on how to Apply.

All applications will be due by Monday, March 27th at 2:30 PM,no exceptions.  Good luck!

Fiddler on the Roof

Ticket sales are now open for EHS’s spring musical, Fiddler on the Roof.  The show will run March 29 through April 2 in the auditorium, and tickets are selling fast.  Tickets can be purchased through the EHS website.  Prices are $12 for students and $14 for adults. Come out and support our incredible cast, crew, and musicians!

Senior Ball

Important Announcements for the Class of 2023 about Senior Ball:

Please see the attached schedule for dates and times of ticket sales for the Senior Ball during lunch at EHS. Tickets will not be sold to any students who have any outstanding obligations to the high school (debt or behavioral/ detentions).  Once students pay or take care of the outstanding obligations, they can then purchase tickets.

Remember if you plan to bring a non-EHS student as your guest, you MUST FIRST fill out  and submit the Senior Ball Guest Pass form, available at your assistant principal’s office or you can print it yourself using the link above.  You CANNOT purchase a guest ticket until after your Senior Ball Guest Pass form is approved by your assistant principal.



  • Latin Club will be meeting in 232 on 3/21 from 2:30 to 3. If you are interested in Latin, Ancient Rome, or Greek mythology-come check out our club! Questions? Contact Stra Join the Schoology group using code: SCC4-VH4F-4P7KH
  • Habitat will meet after school on March 21 after school in 513 at 2:30. Everyone is welcome. 
  • The next Key Club meeting will be 3/22 in the caf from 2:30-3.  Thanks! 
  • The Interact Club will be filling eggs for Kalmbach Park on 3/28. Please sign up if you would like to attend the service meeting using the link shared on schoology by 3/17. Any questions, see Mrs. Kaunitz. Thanks! 
  • Future  GSA meetings will be held on March 21st, April 4th and 18th as well as May 2nd or 16th.  Everyone is welcome!
  • The EHS Interact Club is continuing to collect soda tabs to be donated to the Ronald McDonald House.  This collection will run for the entire year and soda tabs can be dropped off outside Mrs. Kaunitz’s room, 524.  Thank you!
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