When: Thursday, February 2nd, 2023, after school at 2:30 PMThis event is for all winter/spring sports students who have not already received one this school year. Students will need to fill out the PIAA CIPPE form up to page 6. The MD will complete page 7.
Posted Thursday, January 26, 2023
Having clear vision is essential to a student's success in school. When the words in a textbook are blurry or the math problem on the whiteboard is hard to make out, it can be difficult for a student to follow along with the teacher's lesson and learn the content. Thankfully, programs exist like Vision to Learn! We are so fortunate that they have returned to Aliquippa for another year to provide vision screenings, eye exams, and eyeglasses to our students at no cost to their families! Many students are taking home their brand-new glasses today! Read more about this amazing organization here.
Posted Tuesday, January 17, 2023
Mr. Signorelli, AES STEM teacher and Quip Bots coach, took his 10-member QuipBots team along with 10 5th- and 6th-grade students to Robotics Discovery Day at the David L.Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh on November 16th, 2022. Several Universities and robotics companies presented information and demonstrated their hardware and software. Students saw everything from a self-driving Formula 1 car to giant drones that deliver medical supplies. Read more about Discovery Day 2022 here. View photos from their day here.
Posted Wednesday, November 16, 2022
Duquesne Light Company is teaching lessons about different forms of energy used to create electricity and ways to conserve energy. They are servicing all students in grades 2, 3, 5, and 6. All students in these grades also receive a backpack with various items to help students conserve energy at home (power strips, night lights, aerators, insulation for outlets, etc). This program was paid for through a grant from DLC. Check out the pictures from the event here.
Posted Wednesday, November 2, 2022
Sixteen students had the opportunity to visit Point Park University on November 1st. Students enjoyed breakout sessions from the Head of High School Recruiting on Financial Literacy and the Director of Finacial Aide on how to finance their Education. Multiple Deans including those from the Human Resources, Communication, and Business Departments shared information about their programs. In addition, students heard from students at all levels of their education at Point Park University (undergraduate, graduate, Masters, Doctorial, as well as student-athletes). Their visit ended with a tour of the campus which included the Media Building and PNC Theater. Check out the photos from the event here.
After School Tutoring & Homework Help now available at Aliquippa Junior Senior High SchoolMonday-Thursday, 2:45-3:45Please use the google form below to register your student!https://forms.gle/uhiPwmzACctxyamMA
Posted Tuesday, October 25, 2022