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Student Council delivers “busy bags” to hospital

Student Council delivers “busy bags” to hospital

Lauren Kelly, Staffer

May 17, 2018


Filed under Lengel Lingo News

On March 28, six members of the Student Council created "busy bags" for kids in the pediatric unit of Lehigh Valley Hospital Schuylkill. The students that delivered them were Lauren Kelly, Madison Eroh, Kyra Sophy, Armonia Paniagua, Laila Manou, and Ryan Galen. Mrs. Cromyak also came with us. When we ...

Student Spotlight: Emma Adams

Student Spotlight: Emma Adams

Sabrina Brown, Staffer

May 11, 2018


Filed under Student Spotlight

Emma Adams is in 5th grade. She was born on December 6, 2006. She has one sister named Sophie, who is four. Her best friends are Sabrina, Aliya, Drew, Pierce, Pearl, Ava, and Gabe. Her favorite color is any shade of blue. Her favorite animals are sharks and wolves. Her favorite food is steak, and...

DHHL to host “Family Game Night”

DHHL to host “Family Game Night”

Madison Eroh, Staffer

May 8, 2018


Filed under Lengel Lingo News

On Wednesday, May 9th, DHH Lengel Middle School will be hosting a fun-filled family game night! It is from 6-8 pm in the middle school cafeteria, and the admission is free. Students coming into the middle school next year are allowed to come as well. Students will be learning about their summer reading proj...

Teacher Tales: Mrs. Miller

Teacher Tales: Mrs. Miller

Alexis Moore, Staffer

April 24, 2018


Filed under Teacher Tales

This is a short biography about Mrs. Miller. Mrs. Miller teaches 6th grade ELA here at Lengel. She is also the adviser of Lengel Lingo. Her favorite color is purple, and her favorite movie is "Beauty and the Beast." She loves Disney and Broadway! Her favorite sport is baseball, and she likes to wear...

5th and 6th graders prepare for spring choir concert

5th and 6th graders prepare for spring choir concert

Madison Eroh, Staffer

April 24, 2018


Filed under Lengel Lingo News

On Thursday, April 26th, Mrs. Houtz will be hosting a 5th and 6th grade choir concert. The concert will be held at the middle school auditorium at 7:00. This year, the members will be singing songs from Rent, The Sound of Music, Grease, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, The Wizard of Oz...

“Magic with a Message” wows Lengel students

“Magic with a Message” wows Lengel students

Madison Eroh, Staffer

March 27, 2018


Filed under Lengel Lingo News

At one of our recent assemblies, all grades were invited to attend the “Magic with a Message” program. At this program, the magician, Mr. James Warren, gave speeches about how to make the wiser choice and incorporating it with magic. The first magic trick was about social media. He talked about ho...

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!

Cadence Artz, Staffer

March 16, 2018


Filed under Lengel Lingo News

We all know that Saint Patrick’s Day is coming up soon. It is on the 17 of March (which is tomorrow!), and a lot of us celebrate that day. Did you know Saint Patrick's Day is the 76th day of the year and the 11th week? Saint Patrick died on March 17th, so we celebrate on his death day, but we don't ...

We Are Penn State

We Are Penn State

Aubrey Snyder, Staffer

March 15, 2018


Filed under Lengel Lingo News

Lengel Lingo Staff

Lengel Lingo Staff

Sabrina Brown, Staffer

March 13, 2018


Filed under Lengel Lingo News

This or That? (3/8/18)

This or That? (3/8/18)

Hannah Atkinson, Staffer

March 8, 2018


Filed under This or That

iPhone or iPad? Math or ELA? Minions or emojis? Winter or fall? Waterfall phone case or glitter phone case? "Boss Baby" or "Up?" Chalkboard or whiteboard? Dolphin or shark? iPhone 7 or $1,000,000? Lead pencil or #2 pencil? Keystones or PSSAs? Disney World or Disneyland? ...

Celebrating Presidents’ Day

Celebrating Presidents’ Day

Keirra Jones, Staffer

March 6, 2018


Filed under Lengel Lingo News

Presidents’ Day was on Monday, February 19th. Presidents’ Day is an American holiday celebrated on the third Monday in February. The holiday originally established in 1885 in recognition of President George Washington. In some countries, it is still called “Washington’s Birthday.” It was named after...

8th graders nab winning season

8th graders nab winning season

Evan Woodward, Staffer

February 27, 2018


Filed under Lengel Lingo News

With a record of 18-3, the Pottsville 8th Grade Crimson Tide Basketball Team had an outstanding winning season. Under coach Bruce Heffner, the Crimson Tide recorded another winning season and then some, having a winning percentage of over .800. The Crimson Tide won tough games over teams like Shamokin,...

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