The School Board Agenda for March 12, 2018 is now available. Click here to view agenda
As of March 8, 2018, we have used four (4) snow days this year. As listed on the Board-approved 2017-2018 school calendar, there are two (2) built-in snow days and the next designated make-up day is listed as Monday, April 2. Therefore, school will now be in session on April 2, 2018 for all K-12 students and staff.
Congratulations to Lower Macungie Middle School’s What’s So Cool About Manufacturing Team. They took home the Outstanding Editing Award at the What’s So Cool About Manufacturing Contest. Over 900 people representing over 30 Lehigh Valley middle schools attended the awards ceremony at the Steel Stacks on February 28, 2018. LMMS also came in 3rd place for the Viewer’s Choice Award.
Read more about the LMMS Takes Home Outstanding Editing Award at the What’s So Cool About Manufacturing Contest
In February, 11 Emmaus High School students participated in the regional Pennsylvania Academy of Science (PJAS). These students have spent considerable time applying the scientific method to unique problems in fields including biology, microbiology, mathematics, engineering, chemistry, and physics. Congratulations to the following students:
Read more about the EHS Students Participate in PJAS Competition
State police secured the campus and conducted a thorough search of the school. Click here to view full press release
East Penn girls in grades 6-8 from Eyer Middle School are invited to participate in the 1st annual Girls in STEM Night at Eyer from 6:00-8:00 pm on March 21st. Students will be participating in STEM activities presented by the Society of Women Engineers and have the opportunity to learn about careers in STEM and in Engineering. In addition, students from the high school Technology and Engineering Department at Emmaus will also be invited to discuss classes that are offered at the high school level and how to get more involved! Parents are welcome to stay for the presentation
and for questions.
Read more about the First Annual Girls in STEM Night
February 22, 2018
In response to the tragic events in Parkland, FL last week, we, as individuals and on behalf of the PASAP Board of Directors, felt compelled to write a letter to the public.
Student Assistance Programs in our schools in Pennsylvania can and do play a significant role in reducing the at-risk behaviors and issues that could lead to similar acts of violence. This article has been submitted to several newspapers throughout our Commonwealth with the hopes that it will assist in informing the public about the SAP Program.
Read more about the Letter from the Pennsylvania Association of Student Assistance Professionals