Salisbury Press

Sunday, June 25, 2017
CONTRIBUTED PHOTOSStudents at The Swain School recently hosted a visitor from the skies. ABOVE: The helicopter, owned and piloted by Swain parent Ted Rosenberger of Allentown, takes off from the school lawn. Rosenberger landed on campus at the beginning of the school day and showed his aircraft to the school’s students and neighbors. CONTRIBUTED PHOTOSStudents at The Swain School recently hosted a visitor from the skies. ABOVE: The helicopter, owned and piloted by Swain parent Ted Rosenberger of Allentown, takes off from the school lawn. Rosenberger landed on campus at the beginning of the school day and showed his aircraft to the school’s students and neighbors.
Ted Rosenberger explains how helicopters work and the science of flight to students. He was on campus all day so students could see the helicopter up close. Ted Rosenberger explains how helicopters work and the science of flight to students. He was on campus all day so students could see the helicopter up close.
Students had the opportunity to sit in the helicopter and check out the controls including Tessa Weiss, of Quakertown, Riyah Jaffer, of Allentown, Allyson Miller, of Coopersburg, Miles Manning, of Bethlehem, Niamh McIntosh, of Allentown and Isabel Henao, of Breinigsville. Students had the opportunity to sit in the helicopter and check out the controls including Tessa Weiss, of Quakertown, Riyah Jaffer, of Allentown, Allyson Miller, of Coopersburg, Miles Manning, of Bethlehem, Niamh McIntosh, of Allentown and Isabel Henao, of Breinigsville.
Helicopter pilot Ted Rosenberger takes an aerial photo of the crowd awaiting his arrival at the school. Helicopter pilot Ted Rosenberger takes an aerial photo of the crowd awaiting his arrival at the school.

THE SWAIN SCHOOL

Wednesday, June 14, 2017 by The Press in School

A high flying day at school