Bethlehem NAACP President and local civil rights pioneer, Esther Lee, visited Bethlehem Area School District schools, including Thomas Jefferson Elementary, bearing gifts during Black History Month. Continue reading “Bethlehem NAACP President, Esther Lee, Visits BASD Elementary Schools”
During the last four months, student teams from Broughal, East Hills, Nitschmann and Northeast middle schools have been working hard on some fun video projects and now they need your vote. Continue reading “Vote for Your Favorite BASD Middle School Video Project”
Liberty High School’s Robotics Club has garnered awards and it’s looking for a bit of help to make it to the next level.
In its fourth year, the club has competed in four regional Vex VRC High School Level competitions, according to Mark H. Hoffman, LHS AP Physics & PLTW Teacher, and Robotics Team Coach. Continue reading “Liberty High School Robotics Team Looks Forward to Nationals”
The Foundation for the Bethlehem Area School District will host its second annual fundraiser – Celebration Dinner at Sands Event Center on March, 14, 2017 and it needs you to attend! Continue reading “Join The Foundation for the Bethlehem Area School District at their Celebration Dinner on March 14”
Clearview Elementary School students showed off their leadership talents at Leadership Day 2017. Students in all grades detailed the virtues of the 7 Habits. Continue reading “Leadership Day 2017 at Clearview Elementary School”
Congratulations to the Freedom High School Robotics Team which recently qualified for the state First Tech Challenge Championships.
The Freedom contingent took home the PTC Design award, which qualifies them for the state meet, as well as 3rd place in the Innovate Award category, and 3rd place in the Inspire Award category. Continue reading “Freedom High School Robotics Team Qualifies for States”
Congratulations to the 2017 District 11 SkillsUSA Championships Bethlehem Area Vocational-Technical School medal winners.
Students from six technical high schools in the region competed in the recent event at the Allentown Fairgrounds Agri-Plex in more than 30 skills showcases for a chance to advance to state and national competitions and win scholarship money. Continue reading “Congratulations to the 2017 District 11 SkillsUSA Championships Bethlehem Area Vocational-Technical School Medal Winners!”
School counselors offer much more than merely helping students prepare for the next chapter of their academic careers. And National School Counseling Week 2017, celebrated from Feb. 6-10, 2017, focuses public attention on the unique contribution of school counselors within U.S. school systems and what they offer each and every day for students. Continue reading “National School Counseling Week Celebrated at BASD”
This winter hasn’t had many snow days, so when they do arrive, students can sometimes get excited. Continue reading “Our Favorite Twitter Responses after Dr. Roy Announced a Snow Day”
Governor Wolf Elementary School students, faculty, friends, and families celebrated a new fitness inspired portion of the school’s playground during a ribbon cutting on February 7. Continue reading “Governor Wolf Elementary School Celebrates New Fitness Inspired Playground”