Thursday, Jan. 11: M.S., H.S.: Popcorn chicken, hot dog on roll, pierogies, baked beans. Elem.: Salad bar, cereal meal, also.
Friday, Jan. 12: Elem.: Mini burger sliders, chicken patty sandwich, salad bar, dinner roll, cereal meal, Tater Tots, celery sticks with dip. M.S., H.S.: Cheesesteak on roll, chicken patty sandwich, Tater Tots, celery sticks with dip.
Monday, Jan. 15: Professional Development Day. No school.
Tuesday, Jan. 16: M.S., H.S.: Mini corn dogs, chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes with gravy, tossed salad. Elem.: Pizza, cereal meal also.
High Honor Roll
High Honor Roll
Thursday, Jan. 4: Elem.: Soft shell taco, seasoned black beans, chicken nuggets, pizza, cereal meal, fiesta beans and rice, corn. M.S., H.S.: Walking taco, chicken nuggets, fiesta beans and rice, corn.
Friday, Jan. 5: Elem.: Meatball or chicken Parmesan with pasta and sauce, pizza, cereal meal, Tater Tots, celery sticks with dip. M.S., H.S.: Meatball sub, chicken patty sandwich, tossed salad, broccoli.
Monday, Jan. 8: M.S., H.S.: Turkey sausage patty, yogurt, sidelines, French toast sticks, hash brown patty. Elem.: Cereal meal, Fruitables juice, also.
“American History: Our Hope for the Future” was the theme of the VFW’s Voice of Democracy contest recently completed for the 2017-18 school term at Parkland High School.
On the local level, VFW Post 12099 selected three winning essays from more than 30 entries — two from Parkland High School and one from Northern Lehigh High School.
All winners were awarded a framed commendation as well as monetary awards up to $150 for their 3-5 minute audio essay.
Lehigh Carbon Community College’s SNAP chapter won Chapter of the Year at the Student Nurses Association of Pennsylvania convention Nov. 15-18 at the Kalahari Resort and Convention Center in the Pocono Mountains.
LCCC student Megan McGonagle of Schnecksville was elected Southeast Regional representative, as well as membership chair.
For more information about LCCC’s nursing programs, go on to lccc.edu or contact Barbara H. Lupole RN, MSN, director of Nursing and Health Care Sciences, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parkland High School teacher Sean Flueso has been chosen to receive a $1,000 PPL Foundation grant.
In addition to Flueso, Jessica Mauro of Alburtis Elementary School; Lori Cirucci of Broughal Middle School, Bethlehem; and Mark Shellaway of Freemansburg Elementary, Bethlehem, will spark students’ imaginations with creative science and technology projects this school year — with financial support from the PPL Foundation’s Empowering Educators program.