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School Director Recognition Month

A quality public education is a key that can open many doors of opportunity for many students. Providing a solid education takes a team of committed people from educators and staff to parents and administrators. School Directors are comprised of nine community members who play an important part of this process.

Every January, we celebrate and recognize the challenging and vital work they do for the community of Aliquippa. Throughout the calendar year, they spend a lot of time volunteering their time and efforts to make the school system better.

Please join us thanking our Directors for their dedication, efforts, service, and time during this School Director Recognition Month. Student success is a priority and we thank them for their part:

Tina Price-Genes (President) - 4th year serving
Nicole Bible (Vice-President) - 4th year serving
Catherine Colalella - 4th year serving
Janice Cain - 4th year serving
Maurice Cary - 2nd year serving
Aileen Gilbert - 4th year serving
Sandy Gill - 6th year serving
Ezra Lowe - 2nd year serving
Joel Repic - 1st year serving

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Posted Wednesday, January 16, 2019

NFL PLAY 60 Training Camp

WHEN: Saturday, January 26, 2019 • 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
WHERE: Heinz History Center
COST: Free for all children 17 and under; included in regular museum admission for adults.
Click the link below for more information.

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Posted Monday, January 14, 2019

The Center for Safe Schools - Bullying Prevention

The Center for Safe Schools and the Highmark Foundation proudly announce the launch of the Pennsylvania Bullying Prevention Toolkit, a website that provides centralized, authoritative, easy-to-use information, tools and best practices to help families, schools and communities recognize, understand and prevent bullying, and support children affected by it.

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Posted Monday, October 22, 2018

8th Grade Students Win $1,000 Grant

Mr. D’Alessandris took a group of 8th grade students to a competition in downtown Pittsburgh to improve the quality of health in our school. These students worked together with adult mentors to come up with a pitch to present to a panel of judges to change the health of our students. The students presented to a panel of 3 judges and a room full of 70 of their peers from various districts. Our students were awarded a grant for $1000. Check out the pictures in our Photo Archive. Congratulations to the following 8th grade students for their efforts:

Rashaud McKenzie
Myracle Perkins
Jahnauri Lay-Harvey
Thomas Walter
Charlise Allison

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Posted Thursday, October 18, 2018

You aren't alone. Help is available.

Pennsylvania’s bullying consultation line can be reached at 1-866-716-0424. Experiencing abuse? Call ChildLine at 1-800-932-0313. Nervous? Talk anonymously! keepkidssafe.pa.gov 

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Posted Thursday, August 30, 2018

Quip Alumni Taren Lumley landed a prestigious internship

Aliquippa Jr./Sr. High School graduate and Aliquippa resident Taren Lumley landed a prestigious donor services internship with The Pittsburgh Foundation. Lumley earned a Bachelor of Science degree in sports, arts and entertainment management in April 2018 from Point Park University in Downtown Pittsburgh. “At TPF, I am primarily responsible for doing research and pulling reports, as well as some administrative work, event coordination and data maintenance. I feel that my sports, arts and entertainment management classes have given me a mix of skills that make me a versatile professional. I now understand how events are run or how to market something,” Lumley said.

Learn more about Lumley:
The Pittsburgh Foundation Welcomes 2018 SAEM Graduate as Donor Services Intern

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Posted Thursday, June 14, 2018

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