We’d like to welcome students, parents, families, teachers, staff, administration, community members and more to the start of the 2019-2020 school year!
We’ve collected some back to school photos from throughout the Bethlehem Area School District from the first day of school and we’d love to share them with you.
Please view our Twitter Moment below and then our larger gallery below that.
Have a safe, fun, and productive school year!
The Bethlehem Area School District is highlighting those who have given back so much to the community that they grew up in and gave opportunities to them. Farmersville Elementary School Staff is the next school that we highlight that is comprised of many who have been #BuiltByBethlehem.
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In 2013, Carole Devey Schachter, then an ESOL Specialist at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School in the Bethlehem Area School District, was looking for a way to increase reading practice for her English Learners.
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Throughout the year, the Bethlehem Area School District has been taking a look at all of the teachers, administrators, and employees who are graduates of BASD schools!
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Spring Garden Elementary School is comprised of many who have been #BuiltByBethlehem. The Bethlehem Area School District is highlighting those who have given back so much to the community that they grew up in and gave opportunities to them. Look for your school soon!
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United States Representative Susan Wild visited students at Fountain Hill Elementary School for a question and answer session as part of CACLV’s SHE program on March 22, 2019.
The Congresswoman visited the school through the aid of the
SHE program of the Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley.
Wild not only answered numerous questions from students, who prepared for her visit, but also gave advice on how to be positive in a negative environment.
Fountain Hill Elementary students asked questions about the “Green New Deal”, the Second Amendment, minority rights, and much more.
The Bethlehem Area School District would like to thank not only CACLV and SHE, but also Congresswoman Susan Wild for taking time out of her schedule to visit with students.
Please view our photo album from the event below.
The Child Care Supervisory and Office Staff is comprised of many who have been #BuiltByBethlehem. The Bethlehem Area School District is highlighting those who have given back so much to the community that they grew up in and gave opportunities to them.
First Row Kristen Ruth-Liberty, Jill Sarisky-Liberty High School graduate, Tina Martucci- Liberty High School graduate, Jerome Hymans II-Liberty High School graduate, Judith Becker-Liberty High School graduate. Second Row – Cleo Millheim-Liberty High School graduate, Victoria Whitehead-Liberty High School graduate, Christine Miller-Liberty High School graduate, Jolleen Borger-Freedom High School
Six Bethlehem Area School District students competed in the annual Future Chefs Culinary Competition held at Northeast Middle School.
The students are selected for their interest in the culinary arts and work with Bethlehem Area School District Sodexo School Services mentor chefs to perfect their recipes.
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James Buchanan Elementary School is comprised of many staff members who not only grew up in Bethlehem, but also attended Bethlehem Area School District schools throughout their educational career.
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Liberty High School students who are part of Bethlehem Sound recently worked with a Philadelphia funk band to record, mix, and produce a new song!
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