Liberty recognized her senior athletes on Friday, April 20th with a signing day in the Art Gallery. FALL Cross Country Raisa Kochmaruk- Cornell University Field...
Student Government Elections for the 2017-2018 school year – Petitions for the positions of Student Government Officers, Student Senators, and Class Officers are now available in the Main Office. Completed petitions must be returned to the main office by 9:00am Mon. May 1. Incomplete petitions will not be considered. All candidates must meet the requirements for consideration.
Student School Board Representative From the Class of 2019 (current sophomore class) –Petitions for students interested in serving as the Junior Student School Board Representative are available from the Principal’s Office. The completed packet – containing the petition with signatures, two teacher recommendations, and your essay, must be returned to the Principal’s office by 2:30pm Tues. May 9. Incomplete packets will not be considered.
Alex’s Lemonade Stand – LHS Preschoolers are selling lemonade in Rm. 405 between Blocks 2 & 3 through Fri. April 28 for 50 cents a cup. All donations go towards pediatric cancer patients and research. Support the cause!!
LHS Theatre – Is proud to present WEST SIDE STORY this evening Thursday, April 27th. Also, Friday, April 28th, & Saturday, April 29th, 2017 Curtain @ 7:00 PM in the LHS Auditorium. Tickets are $10 and going fast! Tickets are available from any cast member or by e-mailing Jrivera@basdschools.org
Fall sports physicals– Thursday June 1 from 5:00 – 7:00 pm – cost is FREE in the AUX GYM.
Class of 2018-CommunityYard/Craft Sale – Sat. May 27 from 8-2pm in the LHS Bus Channel. $15 payable to “Class of 2018” to reserve your space! See Ms. Zweifel in Rm. 312 with questions.
Seniors Prom King & Queen Voting: Students may access the LHS 2017 Prom King and Queen Nominations Ballot by logging on to Family Connection via Naviance. Voting will be open until 8:00am Friday April 28. If you need your Naviance account information, please see your SSC.
All Special Olympic volunteers – Mandatory meeting Wed. May 3rd at 9:00 am in the auditorium for all paid participants. Track team members will meet at 9:30. You may pick up your shirts and be briefed on your responsibilities as volunteers for Special Olympics. The meeting will take approximately 20 min. The t-shirt is your pass to your 2nd block class.
LHS New Majorette Try-outs – Are Monday, May 1, 2017 immediately after school in the LHS band room. For questions, please stop by Room 512.
CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS
LHS Recycling and Sustainability Club – Student volunteers are needed to collect and coordinate recycling. Earn community service while teaching the how and why to recycling so we can live more sustainably! See Mr. Zahm or Mr. Andreucci to sign up.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes – Every Wed. at 7am in Rm. 406. Breakfast provided.
Homework Club – Every Tues. Wed. and Thurs. after school until 3:45 in Rm. 331. Please feel free to contact us with any concerns. If anyone would like to have viewing privileges to our attendance, please let us know. firstname.lastname@example.org or spogue@basdschools.
SENIORS – All hours need to be handed in to graduate. Please see or email Mrs. Snow at email@example.com with any questions.
SENIORS – Are you planning on receiving the Silver Cord at graduation? Be sure to stop at the Community Service Office and check to see that your name is on the list. Please turn in your 135 Hours so your cord can be ordered early.
Gettysburg Junior Open House – High school juniors are invited to campus to gain an insider’s view about the academic and extracurricular experiences at Gettysburg at no cost. Remaining dates are April 1 and April 28. Register at this link: http://www.gettysburg.edu/visiting_gettysburg/special_events.dot?utm_source=Listrak&utm_medium=Email&utm_te
Health and Biomedical Sciences Summer Camp: This opportunity is for rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors and will be held at Lebanon Valley College from June 25-30, 2017 & July 23-28, 2017. Through lectures and hands-on laboratory investigations in state-of-the-art laboratories, students will be introduced to the fundamentals of molecular biology, pharmacology, immunology, biochemistry, and medical ethics. Students will learn how laboratory science can be translated into improved human health, and they will engage in investigative experiences that will allow them to apply their laboratory skills to real life problems. In addition, students will interact with practicing professionals in fields such as medicine, physical therapy, toxicology, genetic counseling and biomedical laboratory research. This experience will provide a fun, challenging, and engaging college environment in which to develop a deeper understanding of what it means to be a biomedical scientist and health professional. Tuition rates apply. For more information, or an application, please visit the following website: http://www.lvc.edu/academics/summer-community-programming/health-biomedical-sciences-camp/. Applications are viewed on a rolling basis
NYU High School Academy Career Edge Program – The NYU School of Professional Studies High School Academy Career Edge program offers high school students the opportunity to live and learn in the heart of New York City, the cultural and financial capital of the world. One-week, professionally oriented intensive programs of study allow you to explore career options. Our courses immerse you in an industry and allow you to gain a comprehensive view of a career path that interests you. Group projects, guest lecturers, and field trips help to enrich the classroom experience. Each course culminates with the creation of a project that can be added to your college portfolio. Enjoy the use of NYU facilities, while you take in all that NYC has to offer during the summer. There are 40 programs to choose from! Tuition rates apply. Visit this link for info and to apply: http://www.sps.nyu.edu/academics/hsacademy/summer-programs/career-edge.html
Expires: June 1
CrimeFite – This is a very exciting and educational program for ninth, tenth, eleventh and twelfth graders who are interested in Criminal Justice as their future career. This program offers a variety of hands-on activities and classroom instruction. The courses will be taught by local police officers, forensic specialists and many others at DeSales University. Cost is $150 for the 3-day training. See your counselor for an application.
Expires: June 2
LHS COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVE VISITS
Attention Seniors and Junior – College Reps will be visiting LHS. Sign up on Family Connection (Naviance) to secure your spot as space is limited. Be sure to report to SSC 800 at the time and date indicated for the visit.
NEW EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Looking for a summer job? – Become a St. Luke’s Employee!! – If you are 16-18 years old and entering 12th grade at BASD, and have a passion for healthcare, click on the link to view St. Luke’s pre-employment eligibility requirements. Only 20 spots available! LINK
Regal Cinemas Northampton 14 & RPX in Easton, PA is hiring for a Part-Time Floor Staff position. Would you be able to post this job at your facility for any students who might be interested? Here is the link.
Sterling Heights – is hiring part-time servers for their dining room. Flexible shifts are 5:30 PM-7:30 PM, nights and weekends. Preferred 16 or older. Pay is $8/hour. Training and uniform provided. Located across from Wegmans on Route 512. Must apply in person.
Burger King – is hiring crew member positions at the Union Blvd. location at 16 years or older. LINK
Applebees – is hiring for host/hostess, dishwasher, and server positions at the Motel Dr. location at 16 year or older. Apply here.
Dunkin Donuts – is hiring at the Linden St and Stefko Blvd. locations at 16 years or older. Apply in person.
Price-Rite – The 8th Avenue location in Bethlehem is hiring for several positions at 16 years or older. Visit here to apply.
PennDOT – entry-level positions available for graduating high school students in the areas of clerical, trades, labor, and tourism. Apply at www.employment.pa.gov or call Brenda Davies at 717-787-5710.
Dempsey Uniform – seeking Part Time Dock/Warehouse employees for Monday-Friday after school and Saturday mornings at $9.50/hour. Apply here.
Staples – is hiring at the Union Blvd. location at 18 years or older. Apply at http://careers.staples.com/
Marshalls – hiring part-time employees at 16 or older. Apply in person or download and print application to take to store: http://www.tjx.com/files/pdf/application.pdf
CVS – the Catasauqua Rd. location is hiring part-time clerks/cashier positions. Apply at https://jobs.cvshealth.com/ using requistion code: 487252BR.
Christmas Tree Shops – the Airport Rd. shopping center location is hiring at 18 years or older. Visit the store to apply.
BJ’s Wholesale Club – is hiring cashiers, membership desk representatives, cart retrievers, and deli clerks at the Airport Rd. location at 16 years or older. Visit the Membership Desk for an immediate interview or apply at http://www.careersatbjs.com/.
Weis Markets – Schoenersville Rd. and Crawford Dr. locations are hiring at 16 or older. Apply at http://jobs.weismarkets.com/jobsearch/#All~Job~Categories|C::Bethlehem!*!PA||l-ASC|2
Giant Supermarket – is hiring part-time at the Linden St. location. Cart collectors – 15 years old; 16 for other positions, including cashier and dairy department. Deli clerks are needed at 18 years or older. Apply at www.giantpa.com/careers
Old Navy – the Airport Rd. location is hiring for the holiday. To apply, visit https://jobs.gapinc.com/old-navy-home/ and search by store location, or text ONJOBS to 56512.
Elias Markets – on Linden St. is hiring at 16 years or older. Download application here and take to store: http://roystersmachine.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/roysters_application.pdf
Bed Bath and Beyond – off of route 33 and Freemansburg Ave. and the Whitehall locations are hiring part-time at 16 years or older. Apply here.
Buy Buy Baby – the Whitehall location is hiring at 18 years or older. Apply here.
Allstate Insurance Company – Seeking account representative who is organized and dependable with phone and basic accounting skills to answer phones and perform general office tasks. Opportunity to pursue professional licenses. Full time, hourly, plus IRA matching and bonuses. Call 610-253-6202 for more information.
Wegmans – The Route 512 location is hiring for the following positions: Bakery customer service, barista, deli, sub shop, and food runner. Apply at https://jobs.wegmans.com/.
Life Aquatic H2O – Seeking Lifeguards for this summer. Applicants must be 17 or 18 years old and graduating. Starting pay is $9.00 and willing to train. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to apply.
Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom – Is hiring in the Guest Services Representatives for this summer. Positions include greeters, ticket booth, and general customer service duties. Apply here: https://www.dorneypark.com/jobs.
Dutch Springs – is hiring for several different positions this summer. Located on Hanoverville Rd. Must be 15 or older. Apply at www.dutchsprings.com.
Kaman’s Art Shoppes, Inc. – Interested in drawing caricatures, henna, face-painting, airbrush art and/or photography? If so, apply for an artist position at Dorney Park this summer. Training is provided for all positions. For more information, visit www.kamansart.com or contact email@example.com.
Seedway, LLC – Hiring Production Asst. and Conditioning Plant Operator-2nd Shift – please apply online at www.growmark.com/careers See job descriptions in main office.
Bob’s Lawn Care – Local landscaper hiring helper for part time to full time – Bethlehem-Nazareth area.$13.00/ hr., will train, must have own transportation. Call Bob 610-837-6252 or email resume to:
As part of the ongoing celebration of College Week, April 18-21st, Liberty alumni returned to sit on the Alumni College Panel and spoke to juniors...
On Thursday April 6th, The Travelers Protective Association recognized two Liberty seniors. Carlo Perugini was awarded a scholarship from the deaf and hard of hearing...
Mr. Garin’s Skepticism & Logic class participated in the 7th annual “Partnership for Global Inclusion” with Moravian College’s Dr. Rehab (Rubie) Ghazai and several Saudi Arabian students...
Dun and Bradstreet presented a check for $30,003 to the BASD Foundation in support of Project Lead the Way on Wednesday April 5, 2017 at...
The Liberty Athletic Club and Mr. Robert Shiner made it possible for former Boston Celtic Chris Herren to visit Liberty High School on Thursday and...
Seniors Jia Mei Li (left) and Jocelyn Snyder (right) were honored as Bethlehem YWCA’s Teens of the Year at a ceremony held at Blue Grillhouse...
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The BASD would like to invite everyone to attend a screening of “Someone You Love – The HPV Epidemic,” Tuesday, April 25th, 2017; 6-8 pm...