Meet the Teacher Night at Gockley Elementary is planned for 6:30-8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 4.
Parents are encouraged to come meet teachers and tour the building. Children should not accompany their parents.
A presentation by teachers will begin promptly at 6:40 p.m. and parents are asked to arrive on time.
Be sure to stop in the cafeteria to check out the PTO fundraiser. Parents may also check lunch accounts and add money for lunches.
The Zephyr Fall Book Fair will be held Monday through Friday, Sept. 10-14.
Meet the Teacher Night at Zephyr will also take place during that week, on Thursday, Sept. 13, from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
PTO meeting: On Tuesday, Sept. 11, the PTO will meet at the Zephyr Elementary School building. The meeting begins at 7 p.m.
For more information about the PTO, come to the meeting.
Northampton field hockey will host a car wash and bake sale Sept. 15 and the team seeks your support.
The event will take place at Auto Zone on 3599 Macarthur Road in Whitehall from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
PTA and PTSA meetings: Mark your calendars for upcoming meetings for the PTA and PTSA groups.
The Lehigh and Moore Elementary PTA will have their meetings Sept. 10. Lehigh's meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. and Moore's begins at 7 p.m.
The high school PTSA meets Tuesday, Sept. 11, at 6 p.m. The Borough PTA also will meet Sept. 11 at 7 p.m.
Summer has come to an end and it's time for school.
Classes throughout the district begin Tuesday, Sept. 4.
Checking lunch accounts: With the start of school comes the school lunch account. Parents are encouraged to check their child's lunch account often to assure that funds are available to purchase lunches.
Accounts can be checked online through mySchoolBucks.com. Those who don't have Internet access may call the Gockley cafeteria between 9:30 and 11 a.m. to check the balance.
Whitehall High School Principal Christopher Schiffert stands with recent graduates, from left, Chad Wagner, Annemarie Hartzell and Keri Lindenmuth inside the district office. the school district recently honored the students as additional top 10 students. Their grades had not been completed at the end of the school year when the other students were honored.
Monday began with splitting the campers into three groups and rotating between a game of knockout and a few games of jailbreak.
When it got too hot outside, we headed indoors to cool off and do the craft of the week. We decorated sunglasses to use for the upcoming field trip to Camelbeach Mountain Waterpark.
The campers used stickers, duct tape, pipe cleaners and markers to draw creative designs on the sunglasses. Many of the campers made goofy glasses while others designed fashionable eyewear.
This has been a very good year so far; time is flying by.
On Monday we started off the week with a game of human pinball, one of the favorites at camp. Everyone battles to see who can stay in the game the longest.
Zach Y. was the winner of this game and he was very good at dodging the balls that were rolled at him from all different angles.
Every week we need to make sure to explain the camp rules and pool rules and any other expectations because there are new campers.