Parents and guardians recently attended a program about the dangers of underage vaping at Eyer Middle School. Organized by Emmaus High School Principal Dr. Kate Kieres and Caron Treatment Centers, the event discussed the growing trend of vaping, the act of inhaling and exhaling the aerosol produced by an electronic device.
Attendees also learned how to prevent and seek treatment for addiction.
Mallory Henry, coordinator of student prevention program services at Caron Centers, began the program by covering the basics of vaping.
Lower Macungie Middle School has announced the names of students named to the honor roll for the third marking period.
ACE Award (Exchange Club of Western Lehigh): Jasmine Seip
Art Department Award (Art Department): Alyssa Althouse, Sarah Dapper, Jessica Harnett, Gavin Maura
Art Department Award (Permanent Collection): Jessica Harnett, Lorabeth Iobst, Julia Norelli, Lindsey Miller
Athlete of the Year - female (Elisabeth (Betsy) Wilson Memorial Award): Abigail Dalton
Athlete of the Year - male (Daniel M. Sachs Memorial Award): James Haag
Benjamin Michael Albro Orchestra Award: Benjamin Braun
Chamber Strings Award: Sandhya Sriram
Emmaus High School held its 128th commencement ceremony June 10 at Stabler Arena, honoring the 659 graduates.
This year’s graduation remembered and honored Dr. Herman Corradetti, a past principal of the high school. In his memory, the Hall of Fame will be renamed the Dr. Herman Corradetti Hall of Fame.
This year’s Hall of Fame inductee is Sandhya Sriram. Sriram has scholastic achievements as well as volunteerism and athleticism. She was described as personable and self-confident.
Q. In what grade are you currently enrolled?
A. I am currently enrolled in 12th grade at Emmaus High School.
Q. What is your favorite subject? Why?
A. Ever since I was young, my favorite subject has always been math. I like math because it is the basis on which everything falls, as you can understand and explain how different phenomenon work simply by using numbers and variables. Unlike science, the answer to why math works a certain way is never “because it does,” but rather everything within the subject has a clear reason backing it up.