- Ryan D. Bilger
- Keegan G. Daugherty
- Daniel Intriago
- Lucy Q. Lin
- Ellen Park
- Mason A. Trinkle
- Justine Wang
Scott Didra has been selected as the Pennsylvania Technology and Engineering High School Teacher of the Year. Scott will be recognized at both the state level (in Camp Hill) and at the national level (in Milwaukee, Wisconsin).
The Teacher Excellence Award is one of the highest honors given to Technology and Engineering Education classroom teachers and is presented in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the profession and their students. … Read more…
On Wednesday, August 20th, during the second EPSD Employee Development Day, the staff of Willow Lane Elementary School engaged in a Makerspace workshop conducted by Julia Dweck, Anthony Moyer, and Ken Jones and Ron Morris, proprietors of Mercantile Home in Easton, PA. Makerspaces are learning centers with tools. They combine manufacturing tools and equipment for the purposes of enabling students to design, prototype, and create manufactured works that wouldn’t be possible to create with resources available to individuals working alone. Makerspaces represent the democratization of design, engineering, fabrication, and education…. Read more…
On Friday, September 5th, the National Federation of Press Women honored 104 students who won national journalism awards in its annual high school communications contest – and that includes two 2014 Emmaus graduates!
Katrina Guido and Eamon Dreisbach, who served as editors of The Stinger, both won first-place awards at the state level and went on to represent Pennsylvania at the national level. Katrina Guido, who served as editor-in-chief, won second in the nation for features for a story on bullying and Eamon Dreisbach, who was culture editor, won honorable mention in review writing for a critique on Eminem.
Congratulations to EHS English Teacher Denise Reaman, Katrina Guido and Eamon Dreisbach!