• Collecting in the time of COVID-19

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    Hello East Stroudsburg Area School District Community,

    The East Stroudsburg Area School District and Monroe County Historical Association are collaborating on a COVID-19 Collection. We are living through the COVID-19 pandemic, an extraordinary time in the history of Monroe County and a time that will certainly be of significant interest to researchers, scholars, historians, and citizens in the future. 

    ESASD and the Monroe County Historical Association invite you to become a citizen-historian by contributing your own artifacts. Some ideas of artifacts include your personal journals, poems, songs, artwork, photographs, videos or anything else that you have documented about living through COVID-19.  

    The perspective of both students and parents will be of great value to this collection. Future generations will be curious to know how our daily lives were impacted by the stay at home ordinance and what the Learn From Home program looked like. 

    Anyone who would like to contribute an entry should click on the Template link below and make a copy. Once the entry is complete, it can be emailed to this address: collecting@esasd.net

    Submission Template 



    Sample Intermediate Submission

    Sample High School Submission

    If you have difficulty with the template and would rather send the description and artifact directly in an email, that would be acceptable as well. Be sure to include your name, school, grade, and if the entry is from a parent or student.  

    Thank you 

    ESASD Collecting in the Time of COVID-19 Committee

    Dr. Tabitha Bradley, Director of Elementary Education

    Heather Piperato, Director of Secondary Education

    Michael Healey, Teacher, High School South

    Maria Francois, Teacher, High School North

    Evan Stokes, Teacher, JM Hill Elementary

    Marjory Gullstrand, Librarian, High School South

    Mercy Shemansky, Teacher, JT Lambert Intermediate

    Michelle Christopher, Teacher, JT Lambert Intermediate

    Angel Lowe, Teacher, JM Hill Elementary