The third marking period ends April 5. Report cards will be distributed April 16.
There will be a showing of “Screenagers” in the auditorium 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. April 11.
This is a great documentary for youngsters to help them understand the digital world in which they live.
The spring social will take place in the Cafe 7-9 p.m. April 12.
The theme for this year’s Literary Arts Night 5:30-7:30 p.m. April 4 is dinosaurs.
Fourth-grade music students will perform at 6 p.m. in the gym.
Thursday, March 28: Elem., M.S., H.S.: Meatball sandwich. Elem., M.S.: Alternate: yogurt, graham crackers. Elem.: Mini corn dogs, also.
Friday, March 29: Elem., M.S., H.S.: Pizza Elem., M.S.: Alternate: yogurt, graham crackers.
All meals served with choice of fruit, vegetables and milk.
There are a number of coats, scarves and hats in the lost-and-found in the office.
Parents are invited to check out the items to see if any belong to their child.
Dino-Mite Book Fair will be open April 2-5 in the library.
The spring book fair, “Under the Sea,” will be open during school days April 8-11 and during the Festival of the Arts, 6-8 p.m. April 11.
Second-grade students will perform at 6:15 p.m. Fourth graders will perform 7 p.m.
The Northwestern Lehigh High School Marching Band recently returned from performing for visitors March 8 in front of the Magic Kingdom castle at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla.
In an March 12 email to The Press, Northwestern Lehigh Band Booster President Sean King said the band spent March 7-10 at the amusement park.
The annual walk-around at the fields at the Northwestern Recreation Commission Community Park took place March 16.
Following a quick check of the playing fields, the main topic was the walking trail.
Roadmasters from the four Northwestern townships were invited to discuss their possible help, and Weisenberg Administrator Brian Carl brought along a Keystone Consulting Engineers map.
Discussion began with a review of the map.Then, the group moved to the road leading past the first ball field from the parking lot.
The Diocese of Allentown is accepting applications for admission to Kolbe Academy, its new high school for students in recovery from addiction.
Kolbe Academy, the nation’s first faith-based recovery high school, will open in September in Hanover Township.
Admission is open to any high school student who is in recovery from substance addiction.
The school will serve students of all faiths from all five counties of the Diocese: Berks, Carbon, Lehigh, Northampton and Schuylkill, and beyond.
Thursday, March 21: Elem., M.S., H.S.: Hoagie with chips, choice of vegetable, fruit, milk. Elem., M.S.: Alternate: yogurt, graham crackers. Elem: Pizza, also.
Friday, March 22: Elem., M.S., H.S.: Pizza, choice of vegetable, fruit, milk. Elem., M.S.: Alternate: yogurt, graham crackers.
Monday, March 25: Elem., M.S., H.S.: Chicken patty sandwich, choice of vegetable, fruit, milk. Elem., M.S.: Alternate: yogurt, graham crackers. Elem.: Mini corn dogs, also.
Northwestern Elementary held its fourth annual Fun Run fundraiser in February.
The event is designed to help schools raise money for field trips and the programs Partners In Education brings into the school.
Each year, students wear T-shirts specifically designed for the run and submit them to PIE.
This year, fifth-grade students were asked to submit designs for the T-shirt, and one would be chosen for printing.