Saucon Source invited the seven candidates running for four seats on the Saucon Valley School Board to each share a statement about why they are seeking election to the board and what they hope to accomplish if elected to it.
You never know what you’re gonna get when the Saucon Valley Panthers and neighboring Southern Lehigh square off against each other in competition. On Wednesday, the Spartans and Panthers battled lacrosse style. The Panthers came out swinging, but it ended up as a tale of two halves.
Saucon Valley residents may find themselves in the presence of excellence if they run into Melissa Cipollini, a senior at Saucon Valley High School who was recently named Pennsylvania’s Miss Amazing Teen Queen.
Southern Lehigh residents who would like to ask some of their school board candidates questions in person may want to attend an upcoming meet-and-greet sponsored by the Lehigh County Republican Committee.
Saucon Source invited the 11 candidates running for four seats on the Southern Lehigh School Board to share a statement about why they are seeking election to the board and what they hope to accomplish if elected to it. Here they are, unfiltered and in their own words.
For the past few years Saucon Valley Athletics has provided an opportunity for middle school students in seventh and eighth grade to participate in organized soccer. The team is co-ed with boys and girls typically competing together against most of the other Colonial League schools. This year however, with COVID concerns, only Saucon, Bangor, Catasauqua, Salisbury and Northern Lehigh are fielding middle school teams. After missing last year because of the pandemic, the Panthers have a talented bunch of participants and are off to a pretty good start.