The region’s Catholic schools saw increased demand during COVID-19. Half the schools even had waiting lists.
The Lehigh Valley’s high school graduation season is in full swing. And the class of 2021 is bidding goodbye to their masks and a challenging year.
A plan to merge six state universities into two regional institutions drew criticism in a public hearing on June 9.
For schools, it was a year like no other and the summer will look different too. Some districts will use June and July to try to make up for learning losses caused by the pandemic.
School during the pandemic looked different from district to district but in some cases it was different even within a family. As the COVID school year ends, one parent tells WLVR how she got through this unprecedented year.