The East Penn School District launched a new district logo at the 2019 Emmaus High School Graduation Ceremony at the PPL Center, Allentown.
Over the years, there have been many iterations of the East Penn School District logo.
Last year, the district decided it was time to give the EPSD logos a much-needed refresh.
The Ancient Oak Women’s Organization recently announced recent Emmaus High School graduates Bryce Diehl and Joscelyn Hengeveld as recipients of the Gwen McQuillen Memorial Scholarship.
While at EHS, Diehl was a member of National Honor Society. He participated in junior varsity baseball, varsity volleyball and varsity basketball, serving as team captain. He also coached the EHS intramural basketball team. Diehl has worked part time as a counselor at Creation Station in Emmaus. Diehl will study biology at Lebanon Valley College, with the goal of attending medical school.
Emmaus High School has announced the names of students named to the fourth marking period honor roll.
PRINCIPALS HONOR ROLL
Emmaus High School has announced the names of students named to the honor roll for the third marking period.
PRINCIPAL’S HONOR ROLL
Student named to honor roll
Clara Getty, of Allentown, a student in Grade 10, is among students named a distinguished scholar for the 2019 spring term.