Grade 9: Kiley Althouse, Anthony Beidler, Abigail Bottazzi, Blake Brunner, Andrew Bryan, Sebastian Canseco, Ella Carson, Brennen Clouser, Jordyn Cusick-Graves, Jeremy Eck, Daniel Fenstermacher, Benjamin Griffith, Melanie Hein, Ian Henninger, Maxine Hoffman, Daniel Jackson, Isaiah Johri, Gavin Keenhold, Emily Kohler, Sarah Korbich, Matthew Lucarelli, Jalissa Molina, Aaron Palma, Aidan Ritter, Shane Seglets, Emily Sekerak, Lynn Trapp, Kyle Trumbauer, Brianna Weaver, Gabriel Williams, Kylie Zentz.
Thursday, March 8: Elem.: M.S., H.S.: Popcorn chicken and roll, mashed potatoes with gravy, steamed green beans, fruit, milk.
Friday, March 9: Teachers In-service Day. No school.
Monday, March 12: Elem., M.S., H.S.: Chicken strips, roll, smile fries, steamed peas, fruit, milk.
Tuesday, March 13: Elem., M.S., H.S.: Hamburgers, baked beans, broccoli with cheese, fruit, milk.
Wednesday, March 14: Elem.: M.S., H.S.: French toast sticks, sausage or yogurt choice, hash brown, bagged carrots, fruit, milk.
Mt. Zion Lutheran Church,1343 Long Lane Road, (Krumsville), Kutztown, is holding a sausage sandwich sale 4-7 p.m. March 16.
The cost of the meal includes a sandwich, chips and drink.
Eat-in or take-out will be available.
For more information, call Sue at 610-683-3662 or Janice at 610-683-7901 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following Lehigh Valley residents were named to the dean’s list for the fall 2017 semester at Lebanon College, Annville.
Allentown: Jessica Hamati-Attieh, Bethlehem Catholic High School graduate, and Samuel Miller, William Allen High School graduate, both pursuing Bachelor of Science degrees in exercise science;
Germansville: Mikaela Koenig, Northwestern Lehigh High School graduate, pursuing Bachelor of Science degree in exercise science; and
Jacqueline McLaughlin, associate professor of biology at Penn State Lehigh Valley, Center Valley, was recently recognized by the North American Association for Environmental Education.
McLaughlin was honored with the Higher Education Educator of the Year Award, given to educators for promoting environmental education and using the environment as a context for learning in their teaching.
High Honor Roll
Facebook has changed its news feed, and has decreased the amount of local news you will see on the site. But there is a way to make sure you still see the local content from the Parkland Press.
According to Facebook, your news feed will prioritize posts from friends and family over businesses and pages, including local newspapers.
Luckily, Facebook allows users to prioritize pages so you see their content first. If you want to continue seeing articles from the Parkland Press, here are some instructions: