Maybe we are moving in the right direction…we finally have a date for Lehigh County to go GREEN!
We all know there will still be stipulations on what we can and cannot do safely but it is one step closer.
I’m pondering what our new “normal” will look like as we move forward. Please remember for the time being, most activities are asking for social distancing procedures to continue to be followed.
Eastern Salisbury Fire Department will host a PPL Live Line Electrical Safety Exhibit 6:30 p.m. July 13.
We have officially survived the end of the 2020 school year!
All devices are turned in and summer vacation has officially started.
Although this summer may look a little different, I for one am glad that the school year has wrapped up. Congratulations and best wishes on your next steps to the graduating Class of 2020.
Well, we officially celebrated our first Memorial Day in quarantine by the time you read this. I hope that everyone did what they felt was safe for their family and had a wonderful time!
We are almost at the end of the school year….and I know I can’t be the only one who is happy with that right? My kids are done with virtual learning and really are missing the “school” routine.
Harry S Truman Elementary School yearbooks are now on sale. This year is one we will not forget anytime soon. To order a copy of the 2019-2020 yearbook, visit www.christmascitystudios.com and enter code: HSTESYB20, enter your students name (last, first) and place your order. You will have the option to have your book shipped directly to you or to pick up your copy in the fall when school reopens. Don’t miss your chance to get this year’s book.
Welcome to quarantine day 1,342 ... well or so it feels. I hope everyone is doing well and staying healthy as we continue to navigate these never before experienced experiences. I know personally, my kids are missing their friends and the routine of school so that in itself has multiple challenges. But we are making the best of it.
I hope that everyone had a safe and happy Easter, quarantine style.
Last week, we all received the devastating news our children will not physically return to their schools until the fall. This has led to many heartbreaking realities for many. I hope that we are all doing what we can to stay safe, keeping our distance and having as much “normalcy” as possible right now.
The April meetings for the Salisbury Township School Board will now be held via Zoom.
As we continue to navigate these uncharted waters, I hope that everyone is doing what they can to stay healthy and help flatten the curve. We are definitely going down in history for this worldwide event. I don’t know about you but I’m ready to resume my regular normal and my kids are missing school, if only for seeing their friends and teachers.
Life these days is a little chaotic and stressful for everyone, everywhere. We are all supposed to be practicing “social distancing” and we have basically cleared out stores of all necessities. That being said, in case you have been under a rock somewhere, currently all Salisbury Township schools are closed until March 27, when they will re-evaluate and determine when it is safe to re-open for students and staff.
Harry S Truman Elementary School and Western Salisbury Elementary School will have early dismissals March 9-12 for parent teacher conferences. At HST, the conference window for signups is now open. Please visit signupgenius.com with the information sent home with students to register for your conference time. If you have any questions, contact Ms. Rooney at HST at 610-791-2800.
March 12 will be the next HST T-shirt day. I have been bad at remembering so let’s see how many of those awesome shirts we see on the 12th.
The school board meeting scheduled 7:30 p.m. Feb. 19 will now be held at Salisbury Middle School in anticipation of an increased attendance. In case you haven’t heard, there has been discussion regarding the potential restructuring of the schools within the district.