Bethlehem Area School District is seeking an individual interested in teaching American Sign Language to a diverse population of students. Individual needs to be fluent in American Sign Language and have a desire to obtain his/her teaching certification. Individual should have knowledge of trends, developments, new technologies affecting American Sign Language; knowledge of curriculum and program development; be skilled in current technologies and technology integration into the curriculum; skilled in instructing students from diverse cultures and/or backgrounds. Continue reading “BASD is Seeking an American Sign Language Teacher”
There is an opportunity for organizations and local businesses to advertise in our 2019-2020 Printed School Calendar. The BASD calendar is an annual communication piece distributed to the homes of approximately 13,500 students and 2,000 staff members. Continue reading “BASD Calendar Advertising Spaces Now Available!”
The four BASD middle schools participated in the What’s So Cool About Manufacturing? video contest. The annual contests excite students to explore cool manufacturing careers and produce profiles of companies throughout Pennsylvania.
Created by the Manufacturers Resource Center (MRC) in Allentown, PA in
2013, the What’s So Cool About Manufacturing? contests draw entries from
nearly 200 teams across Pennsylvania. Continue reading “BASD Board Honors Middle School ‘What’s So Cool About Manufacturing?’ Contest Award Winners”
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! Continue reading “Spring Garden Elementary School is #BuiltByBethlehem”
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.
For the fourth year in a row, a Liberty and Freedom high school student were awarded a four-year full-ride scholarship to Moravian College as part of the Bethlehem Area School District Superintendent’s Scholarship.
In the post below, we highlight the award ceremonies for Freedom senior Olivia Swiadek and Liberty senior Dennis N. Rosado. We have also included a photo gallery below as well. Continue reading “Bethlehem Area School District Superintendent’s Scholarship Winners Celebrate Moravian College Future”
Congratulations to the BASD students who medaled at the recent SkillsUSA Competition. All medalists will enter the State Competition in Hershey in April. Continue reading “Bethlehem Area Vocational-Technical School Students Medal at SkillsUSA Competition”
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
How can Pennsylvania attract more people of color to become teachers?
That was the question at the center of a meeting Monday, March 11 between two high-ranking officials from the Pennsylvania Department of Education and East Stroudsburg University faculty, administrators and two ESU doctoral students, who also lead a Lehigh Valley high school. Continue reading “Deputy Education Secretary Seeks ESU Input on Diversifying Teacher Workforce”