Q. Who are the members of your family: parents, siblings and pets?
A. I am an only child, so my parents are Mamiko and Brian. I also consider my family to include my martial arts community and my best friend, Kaylee.
Q. What do you most enjoy about being a senior at Emmaus High School?
A. The best thing about my senior year is the realization that the future is completely up to you and that you are in complete control over the rest of your life.
Q. What is your favorite subject? Why?
St. Ann School has announced the names of students named to the honor roll for the first trimester.
Grade 8: Audrey Boardman, Harper Daly, Erin Durso, Keira Gilboy, Logan Hartman, Benjamin McCabe, Catherine Raynock, Sarah Rutch, Gregory Smith, Marian Smith
Grade 7: Pearl Bixler, Nora Casciano, Rachel Fleck, Anand George, LaMiyah Helms, Zoe Hulings, Ella Patterson, Connor Spagna, Sophia Tranguch
On Jan. 15, all Emmaus High School students will receive a wristband.
These wristbands with the words, “You are Special, You are Loved and Your Life Matters,” have been provided to promote suicide prevention awareness within the school community and to ensure students know the faculty and staff at EHS value them as individuals and care deeply about their well-being. The district’s hope is that members of the school community will wear this wristband to show their support for this important cause.
The East Penn Board of School Directors observed a moment of silence for Denise M. Mullin, a Wescosville Elementary School instructional assistant, at the board’s first meeting of 2020 Jan. 13. Mullin died Dec. 14, 2019 at age 54.
Emmaus High School has named the students who earned honor roll for the first marking period.
PRINCIPAL’S HONOR ROLL