Thursday, April 5: Elem., M.S., H.S.: Hamburger on whole-grain roll, steamed broccoli, chilled fruit, milk.
Friday, April 6: Elem., M.S., H.S.: Pizza, tossed salad, chilled fruit, milk.
Monday, April 9: Elem., M.S., H.S.: Chicken sandwich on whole-grain roll, french fries, chilled fruit, milk.
Tuesday, April 10: Elem., M.S., H.S.: Sloppy Joe on whole-grain roll, baked beans, steamed green beans, chilled fruit, milk.
Wednesday, April 11: Elem.: M.S., H.S.: Pancakes, sausage patty or yogurt, hash brown, chilled fruit, milk. Breakfast bagel served in H.S. only.
April 9 is spring picture day and fifth grade pictures.
There will be a PTO meeting 9:15 a.m. April 6 in the art room.
Art teacher Karly Sacco is looking for donations of long-sleeved, button or snap, men’s dress shirts to use for smocks in the art room.
Carol Fella and the third-grade teachers are preparing for the annual third grade musical.
Carly Kudryk, a prekindergarten student at The Swain School, Salisbury Township, turned 5 on Feb. 21.
She celebrated her birthday in a unique way March 10 at Revolutions, Bethlehem, by donating her party to charity.
She was inspired by a campaign called “BirthdayBack,” a program started by Tyler Fazzari of Long Island, N.Y.
In 2012, after Hurricane Sandy, Tyler wanted to donate his 8th birthday to a charity that helped hurricane recovery efforts, which some of his own family were personally affected by.
Illustrator Ralph Masiello recently visited Northwestern Elementary because his friend David Biedryzcki, an author who visited the school previously, cannot stop praising the school’s staff and students.
Masiello shared some of his history with the students.
As a child, he lived with his grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins.
When Masiello was in first grade, his teacher told his parents to help him become an artist.
After being named students of the year by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Northwestern Lehigh seniors Madison Hoffman and Benjamin Fry, along with Alya Wezza from Parkland, raised more than $11,000 for the organization.
“There were 26 students and 17 teams and together we managed to raise $239,000,” Fry said. “Each of my team members had the goal of raising $5,000 that will help cancer patients and, their families, and fund research.”
Fry said dedication was essential.
The Girl Scouts of America, Eastern Pennsylvania, held a World Thinking Day Feb. 24 at First Presbyterian Church, Allentown.
Daisy Scouts, Brownies and Girl Scouts enjoyed a day of learning about women who have made significant contributions to both recent, as well as past history in world events.
Some of those women included: JK Rowling, Mia Hamm, Coco Chanel and Helen Keller.
Kindergarten and first grade students were treated to a visit Feb. 26 by the tooth fairy at St. Joseph the Worker School, Orefield.
Arriving with Dr. Gregg Frey from FreySmiles, the tooth fairy helped students understand the importance of brushing and flossing their teeth.
Once the formal presentation ended and it was time for questions from the students, the most asked questions were about the tooth fairy.
Students wondered how she got so small to enter their homes, and what her magic dust does.
There will be early dismissal for elementary schools at 11:25 a.m. March 29.
Schools will be closed March 30 and April 2.
Registration for all-day kindergarten for the 2018-19 school year is quickly approaching.
Contact Weisenberg Elementary by visitingnwlehighsd.org and following the links on the home page to register.
Appointment slots are quickly filling up so contact the school as soon as possible.
PSSA testing is quickly approaching.
Friday, March 23: Elem.: M.S., H.S.: Pizza, vegetable choice, fruit, milk.
Monday, March 26: Elem., M.S., H.S.: Chicken sandwich (plain, hot or spicy), tomato and lettuce, waffle fries with cheese sauce, fruit.
Tuesday, March 27: Elem., M.S., H.S.: Hot dog on roll, macaroni and cheese, vegetable, fruit, milk.
Wednesday, March 28: Elem.: M.S., H.S.: Cook’s choice.
Thursday, March 29: Elem.: M.S., H.S.: Early dismissal. No lunch.
Friday, March 30: Spring break. No school.
As seven members of the Northwestern Recreation Commission and Northwestern Youth Athletic Association met for their annual walk around of the fields, they agreed there should not be much work needed.
A broken picnic table under the pavilion was the first damage noticed and this was considered intentional.
Two round tables by the playground equipment look new but Justin Smith of Lynn Township said they have been at the recreation fields four years without painting.