In last week's edition, Nina Micek, Alicia Minnich, Katelyn Minnich and Alexis Morgan were omitted from the Northampton Area High School honor roll. All four 11th graders achieved high honors. The Press regrets the error.
School PTA groups are meeting soon.
PTAs at Lehigh, Borough and Moore elementary schools meet March 4. The Lehigh Elementary meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. The Borough and Moore PTA groups meet 7 p.m.
George Wolf Elementary PTA meets 7 p.m. March 5.
Lehigh Market Day: The next Market Day pickup for Lehigh Elementary will be 3:30-5:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 6, at the school.
Do you have any school news? This is a column of upcoming events in the Northampton Area School District.
The George Wolf PTA Founders Day Dance will take place 7-10 p.m. Friday, Feb. 22.
The dance is an annual event held in honor of the founders involved in PTA.
PTA meetings: Mark your calendars for the upcoming PTA meetings.
PTAs at Lehigh, Borough and Moore elementary schools will meet March 4.
The Lehigh meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. The Borough and Moore PTAs both meet at 7 p.m.
George Wolf Elementary will hold its PTA meeting 7 p.m. March 5.
All are welcome to attend and participate in PTA activities.
Looking over thousands of pennies – along with a sprinkling of nickels, dimes and quarters and some paper money – at Col. John Siegfried Elementary School, Northampton, are students, from left, Emma Statler, Anastasia Regel, Magnus Hanson, Jadyn Fehnel, Caroline Bischof, Gianna Winkelbauer, Kavina Zambrano and Emma Gundrum. The school held its annual student council "Pennies for Patients" campaign. Student council advisor and teacher Gary Pierzga said kindergarten through sixth grade, each with a pail, took part in the fund drive to benefit the Lehigh Valley Leukemia & Lymphomia Society.
School Board Appreciation Month was celebrated at the Jan. 31 Northampton Area School Board meeting with cards from students, a banner, and coffee and cookies.
"I want to thank them for their service on the board of education," said district Superintendent Joseph Kovalchik. "It takes a unique person to serve on a board of education in this world. It's the purest form of government because they don't get paid."
He noted that several board members have 10-plus years of service, including board President David Gogel, board Vice President Jane Erdo and board member Jean Rundle.
The SkillsUSA District XI competition was held Jan. 30. The district will be honoring the district's winners at the school board meeting March 25.