Parents and guardians recently attended a program about the dangers of underage vaping at Eyer Middle School. Organized by Emmaus High School Principal Dr. Kate Kieres and Caron Treatment Centers, the event discussed the growing trend of vaping, the act of inhaling and exhaling the aerosol produced by an electronic device.
Attendees also learned how to prevent and seek treatment for addiction.
Mallory Henry, coordinator of student prevention program services at Caron Centers, began the program by covering the basics of vaping.
Students, family and faculty of Salisbury High School gathered at First Presbyterian Church of Allentown recently for the school’s annual Baccalaureate service. The non-denominational service saw attendees bless the graduates as their high school careers concluded through sermon and song.
Students and three speakers led the congregation through the service, which sought to empower the seniors as they venture from the safe harbors of home.
Salisbury Middle School announces the names of students named to the honor roll for the fourth quarter.
HIGH HONOR ROLL
Grade 6: Blaine Berger, Olivia Bowersox, Elizabeth Carney, Shauna Connelly, Mason Dickert, Andrew Grejda, Nolan Grejda, Jacob Heckman, Taylor Jenny, Mia Kezengwa, Han Kloosterman, Riley Knecht, Jacob Knerr, Alexandra Lea, Haylee Leayman, Sydney Lombo, Christopher Lovelidge, Thomas Lovelidge, Tristan Monahan, Macy Newman, Dominic Popovich, Alexis Quier, Mikayla Seidel, Katie Seiler, Anthony To, Laurans Trinh, Tamya Williams
Honorary Awards and Special Commendations:
The Collaborative Leadership Award: Kobe McCloud, Johnny Nguyen, Darrin Weber, Connor Zamora
The School Board Representative Awards: Anna Bishop, Vivian Rogers
The Robert R. Gross III Leadership Award: Joseph Busolits
The Robert R. Gross “Never Give Up” Award: Joseph Oravec
The Pat Tillman Leadership Award: Megan Belzner
The Mark Turbedsky Awards: Adam Boyd, Kobe McCloud
Memorial Scholarship Awards:
Scott Atiyeh Memorial Scholarship Award: Megan Belzner
The 54th commencement of the Salisbury High School Class of 2018 was held June 5 at Miller Symphony Hall, Allentown.
The Salisbury High School Falcon Band, under the direction of Rachel A. Reinecke, played “Pomp and Circumstance” as 139 members of the Class of 2018 entered Symphony Hall to the cheers of family and friends.
Principal Heather Morningstar welcomed everyone to the commencement ceremony and introduced Superintendent Dr. Randy M. Ziegenfuss and Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning Lynn A. Fuini-Hetten who provided opening remarks.