Emmaus High School has announced the names of students named to the honor roll for the fourth quarter.
PRINCIPAL’S HONOR ROLL
Recently, the Heritage Alliance provided third graders from Wescosville, Lincoln and Jefferson elementary schools in the East Penn School District with a hands-on history experience.
Students visited God’s Acre, the Shelter House, the Knauss Homestead and the 1803 House where volunteers directed them through a series of activities which exemplify life in early settlement and colonial times in Emmaus.
At God’s Acre, the site of Emmaus’s beginning, the children paced out the contours of the original church and participated in a scavenger hunt.
The East Penn School District Education Foundation recently celebrated “A Night for Innovation” at the Lehigh Country Club to support the innovator grant program.
The EPSD Education Foundation teacher innovator grant program offers teachers the opportunity to bring STEAM-Powered innovation to their classrooms.
Through this program, the foundation said they have the ability “to enrich, extend and deepen the educational experiences of East Penn School District students with an emphasis on science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics.”
EMMAUS KIWANIS CLUB
The Kiwanis Club of Emmaus and the Emmaus Kiwanis Foundation recently announced the winners of the 2018 scholarships awarded to graduating Emmaus High School seniors by the club and the foundation.
The Ancient Oak Women’s Organization recently awarded the Gwen McQuillen Memorial Scholarship to two recent Emmaus High School graduates, Alexandra Kehm and Leah Tannous.
While at EHS, Kehm tutored other students as a member of National Honor Society and earned the Excellence in Biology award. Kehm received a provost scholarship award from Penn State University, where she will pursue a degree in biology. She is the daughter of Ted and Diane Kehm.
EMMAUS GARDEN CLUB
Every year the Emmaus Garden Club awards a $1,500 scholarship to a graduating high school senior who plans to begin or continue his or her studies in agriculture, horticulture, floraculture, landscaping or other related field.
This year’s recipient is Eric Liu, son of Henry and Amy Liu. Eric will attend the Cornell University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and will major in plant science.
He was chosen from 24 applicants by Emmaus Garden Club members.
Sophia Fabiano, of Macungie, is among students named commended scholars during the winter term. Clara Getty, of Allentown, is among students recognized as distinguished scholars during the winter term.