Tide Lines

Tide Tones to perform at Reading Royals game for third year in a row

SING - The Tide Tones pose for a picture together after a performance.

Sarah Malek, Lengel Lingo Staffer

March 12, 2020

The Tide Tones are a special group of singers! This group of seventh and eighth grade students tried out to be in this group. The Tide Tones are very well known in this community. Tide Tones are an elite choir, and they sing many different types of songs. At the end of March, the Tide Tones are going...

This or That? March 2020

This or That? March 2020

Maggie Brennan, Lengel Lingo Staffer

March 11, 2020

Below are the questions that some questions that kids in the middle school were asked. Do you agree with the poll or do you like something different? Snapchat-78% Instagram-22%   Basketball-78% Football-22%   TikTok-89% YouTube-11%   Hoodie-65% Crew neck-35%   Jeans-0% Sweatpants-100%   Vani...

Bonding with our future classmates

PLAY - Students participating in the gym activity during PBIS play basketball and volleyball on February 14.

McKenzie Bowers and Autumn Cover

March 10, 2020

On February 14th (Valentine’s Day), DHH Lengel had a PBIS reward with Saint Clair Area Middle School students. Saint Clair took a bus to our school and spent the morning here participating in activities with DHHL students. All students from grades 5-8 at DHHL and St. Clair participated in the event...

Lengel mathletes win big at regional competition

SOLVE - Members of the DHH Lengel Middle School Mathcounts Team pose after their win at Penn State Schuylkill on February 1.

Ava Orlowsky, Lengel Lingo Staffer

March 4, 2020

On February 1, the Mathcounts Anthracite Regional Competition was held at Penn State Schuylkill. Students Olivia Peleschak, Carter Brown, Sincere Noel, Mim Albertini, Faith Toothaker, Ryan March, Samarra Reedy, Ava Orlowsky, Chelsea Naftzinger, and coach Mrs. Donna Skosnick represented DHH Lengel. There...

What does our future hold?

What does our future hold?

Hannah Martician and Sarah Malek

February 19, 2020

On February 6, the entire 8th grade class visited the Schuylkill Technology Center (STC). STC has two different campuses - north campus in Frackville and south campus in Marlin. At the beginning of the day, the staff split up the 8th graders into two groups. The first group visited the north campus,...

We all flip for flapjacks!

We all flip for flapjacks!

Kali Grochowski, Lengel Lingo Staffer

February 10, 2020

Some lucky students started the new year with a bang! Over a hundred students in grades 5-8 were nominated by teachers for displaying their Tide Pride and following the PBIS rules. The lucky students received a little note about their nomination and to head to the cafeteria for a special breakfast. A...

Strike up the (beginner) band

PLAY - The Beginner Band practices as a group for the first time.

Rhyan Brennan, Lengel Lingo Staffer

February 10, 2020

Many of you have probably hear about Beginner Band. Beginner Band has just begun rehearsals, and you may have classmates attending Beginner Band during homeroom. As you might know, Beginner Band will have a concert along with the Symphonic Band to perform for family, friends, and classmates. The teachers...

DHHL joins the Instagram world!

SCREENSHOT - This screenshot shows the main page of DHHL's Instagram @lengel_middle_school.

Hannah Martician, Lengel Lingo Staffer

February 5, 2020

Our school has recently gotten its very own Instagram. Mrs. Mohl manages the Instagram account and posts fun or important events that have happened in our school in real time. Mr. Maley still sends the newsletter, but the Instagram allows information to be given to parents and the community more quickly....

DHHL PBIS raises funds with weekly sale

SELL - Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Fehr, and Mrs. Sophy pose on a Friday afternoon after the bi-weekly pretzel and iced tea sale.

Maggie Brennan, Lengel Lingo Staffer

February 4, 2020

The pretzel and ice tea sale is something that happens every other Friday afternoon here at DHH Lengel Middle School. The pretzel and iced tea sale just recently changed to be being every other week instead of every week. The sale is held on each floor starting at 2:30 p.m. Our PBIS team purchases...

6th graders study “PSSA Prep”

6th graders study

Quinn Evans, Lengel Lingo Staffer

January 28, 2020

What is PSSA Prep? Every 6th grader has it? It takes up 30 minutes of your school day? Well, PSSA Prep prepares you for the PSSAs. Pretty self explanatory, right? Instead of study hall, you focus on things like math or ELA to help you prepare for the upcoming tests. Teachers work out of PSSA coach books,...

Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!

Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!

Sarah Malek, Lengel Lingo Editor

January 15, 2020

Pottsville Area students are wanting their first snow day! This school year, there has not been one snowy day with enough snow to cancel school or dismiss early. However, we have had a few two-hour delays. Students can’t wait for a big snow storm with enough snow to cancel school and go sledding. ...

Veterans’ day to shine

DISCUSS - 8th grader Chase Teresavage talks with her grandfather at the DHHL Veterans' Day breakfast event.

Hannah Martician and Allison Harris

January 13, 2020

On November, 12, 2019, 8th grade band members and Tide Tones honored the veterans in Pottsville at a breakfast held in the DHHL cafeteria. Veterans were offered free admission, cookies, coffee, and tea with a performance. The 8th grade band played Freedom Roads and Summon The Heroes. Tid...

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