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Easton Area High School is a four-year public high school located in Palmer Township, Northampton County, in the Lehigh Valley area of Pennsylvania. It is part of the Easton Area School District. The school's colors are red and white (although black is used in many of the school's sports uniforms) and its mascot is the Red Rover. In 2009 Easton High School was divided into two separate learning communities. The current principals of Easton Area High School are Jeanette Kassis (Grades 9-10) and Michael Koch (Grades 11-12). An administrative restructuring of the school district in 2009 dictated a change to the two principal model, and lead to the subsequent retirement of William Rider as Head Principal.==Rivalry with Phillipsburg High School==The high school is probably best known for its rivalry with Phillipsburg High School in Phillipsburg, New Jersey. The two teams play an annual Thanksgiving Day football game at Lafayette College's Fisher Field that is considered one of the nation's longest-standing high school rivalries. The rivalry began in 1905 and is still ongoing. - Source: Wikipedia

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