Logo

Aliquippa School District

Home of the Quips

REGISTER FOR ALERTS
slideshow image 202051813825308_image.jpg
slideshow image 2019121595339798_image.jpg
slideshow image 20181212111314161_image.JPG
slideshow image 2019410171430866_image.jpg
slideshow image 201914112055998_image.jpg
Winners!Jasir McCracken and Dominik Anderson celebrate the Quip-Bots victory at the Western PA FIRST LEGO League competition.
Winners!
slideshow image 201857143337680_image.jpg
slideshow image 20161110114440401_image.jpg
slideshow image 2017331143411322_image.jpg
slideshow image 20191181424258_image.JPG
slideshow image 2019118142735701_image.JPG
slideshow image 2019118142230239_image.JPG
slideshow image 20161110114826873_image.jpg
slideshow image 2019118143337914_image.JPG
Quips News

A/B Model for 2020-21 School Year

Group A will report to school Mondays and Tuesdays. This includes the following neighborhoods:

McDonald Heights
Plan 6
Plan 12
Valley Terrace

Group B will report to school Thursdays and Fridays. This includes the following neighborhoods:

DiMattia Plan
Downtown Aliquippa
Franklin Avenue
Hyman Heights
Linmar Terrace
Logstown
Plan 11
Sheffield Terrace
West Aliquippa
More +

Want to go to school online?

We've got that covered with our own online education program. Contact us today for more information.

Aliquippa Cyber Program
Grades: K-12
District Contact: Brandon Ledonne bledonne@quipsd.org 
 
More +

Strengthening Families is Going Virtual!

This FREE 7-week program allows families to build on their unique strengths and values through open discussions, games, and family crafts. It teaches parents how to balance showing love and setting limits and teaches youth about goal setting, peer pressure resistance skills, and more. They have been working hard to find ways to continue to serve the students and families within the Aliquippa community during these changing times, which is why this year's program is entirely virtual. FREE for all families who attend. Play games, craft, and spend time with your child-all in the comfort of your own home.

More +

A Message from Superintendent Peter M. Carbone, Ed.D.

Please read the attached message regarding the 2020-21 school year:
 
More +

Phased School Reopening Health and Safety Plan

Aliquippa School District has adopted a version of the Health and Safety Plan from the Pennsylvania Department of Education. The details of this plan can be found in the attached report.
 
More +

Futures First Gaming Virtual Camp

Code Differently is sponsoring five Aliquippa High School students to participate in a 4-week virtual coding, entrepreneurship, and gaming camp. The camp runs Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 4 PM. Participants must have a gaming console, a Chromebook or laptop, and Internet service. The cost of the virtual camp is paid by Code Differently. Sign up at linktr.ee/futuresfirstgaming and click on Futures First Camp. Selected participants will be noticed on Friday by 12 PM. APPLY TODAY! More +

Healthy Parenting Program

Established at A Child’s Place, PA Child Advocacy Center in 2017, the Healthy Parenting Program offers parents and caregivers an opportunity to participate in free, flexible, and practical parenting classes. Sessions are offered to Allegheny, Beaver, and Fayette County residents caring for children from birth to 12 years old. 
  • Aims to prevent problems in the family, school, and community before they arise while creating environments that encourage children to realize their potential.
  • Works to help raise happier children, manage misbehavior, set rules and routines to make parents and caregivers feel more confident.

Healthy Parenting Info (pdf)

Healthy Parenting Flyer (pdf) 

COVID Healthy Parenting Info (pdf) 

More +

Student Bus Transportation Plan

R.J. Rhodes Transit, Inc. has created a comprehensive transportation plan for student buses due to covid-19. If you would like to know more, please view the attached document from Rhodes Transit.
 
More +

Athletic Department Reintroduction to Sports

Please see the following plan for reintroduction to sport recommendations:
 
More +

BC Superintendent Joint Statement on Social Justice

Please read the following statement from the Beaver County Superintendents and Directors:
 
More +

Aliquippa School District's Parent Survey (2020-2021)

ATTENTION ASD PARENTS AND GUARDIANS
Please complete the following survey for the 2020-2021 school year:
More +

Head Start & Early Head Start of Beaver County

Early learning programs for pregnant women and families with children ages 6 weeks to 5 years at no cost to you. Apply now.
 
More +

Summer Youth Cafe (Healthy & Free Meals)

Summer Youth Cafe provides healthy and free meals at sites around Beaver County to anyone ages 18 and under. No sign up is required. See the attached flyer for more information about locations near you.
 
More +

2020-21 AHS Student Scheduling

Attention all students who will be in 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th graders in the 2020 - 2021 school year: It is time to choose your courses for next school year! You will be choosing your courses on a Google Doc.
 

- Please choose the link of the grade you will be in next school year. 
- Be sure to read the entire document carefully!  It describes what courses you will be required to take next year. 
- There is a description of each elective available.
- You will narrow your elective choices to 5.
- Once you decided which 5 electives you are most interested in, you will list them in the document along with your First Name and Last Name
- Please be sure to fully complete the form.

Please know... This is how your School Counselors will be scheduling you next year. If this form is not completed your School Counselor will choose courses for you. Your School Counselors have also posted the document in their Google Classroom. If you have any questions please email the appropriate School Counselor.

Grades 9
Suzanne Goulder
sgoulder@quipsd.org

Grade 10 - 12
George Bellinger
gbellinger@quipsd.org
More +

A letter from the Beaver County School System

Please read  the following letter from the Beaver County School system administrators:
 
More +

A Message from Superintendent Peter M. Carbone, Ed.D.

Please read the following letter to the Aliquippa School District community regarding the 2020-2021 school year:
 
More +

How the 2020 Census Helps Communities

Why is responding to the 2020 Census important? 
 
Where can you go to complete it if you haven't yet? 
 
More +

Aliquippa High School’s Top Ten Seniors!

Congratulations to the 2020 senior class. Here are the top ten by class rank:
 
1 - Kayla Reisdorf
2 - Marianne Owusu Ansa
3 - Clay Gardner
4 - Jillian Lorich
5 - Nevaeh Hughes
6 - Nasaiyah Hunt
7 - Isaiah Towler
8 - Vicente Zassick-Austin
9 - Takeyman Tucker
10 - Natasha Johnson 
More +

Special Education and Related Services

Please read the following letters from Jason Guzie, Director of Student Services:
 
More +

Aliquippa School District and Highmark Caring Place

Aliquippa School District has partnered with Highmark Caring Place, whose core purpose is to make a difference in the lives of grieving children.  We will be working with the Caring Place to provide Grief Groups in grades K-12.  The Groups will be held during the school day with the School Counselor at your school, will meet approximately 8-10 times over the course a couple months, and will guide your child through the grief process. 

If you are interested or have questions about your child participating in this program, please contact your child’s School Counselor at 724 - 857- 7500.

Cassandra August grades K-6 Aliquippa Elementary School
Suzanne Goulder grades 7-9 Aliquippa Jr/Sr High School
George Bellinger grades 10-12 Aliquippa Jr/Sr High School

Please click here to view the Highmark Caring Place website.
More +
View text-based website