The Junior High Bridgers are sending two boys to Junior High States!
Tyler Holman qualified at 87lbs, placing third!
Jacob Traupman qualified at 187lbs as the Area IV runner up!
They will compete at the Pennsylvania Junior Wrestling State Championship in Johnstown next weekend! Great work, Bridgers!
After some tough wrestling by the Varsity Bridgers today at sections, three of our boys qualified for WPIALS!
113, 3rd place, Daniel Yetsick
126, 3rd place, Jacob Dunlap
160, 5th place, Justin Hassick
The boys will compete in the WPIAL finals next weekend at Canon Mac High School.
Halloween at the High School!!!
Sponsored by The Interact Club
WHEN: October 25, 2016
WHERE: Ambridge Area High School
TIME: 6 pm-8pm...
FOR ALL STUDENTS IN GRADE 6 AND UNDER.
Hope to see you there!
Congratulations to the cast and crew of "Young Frankenstein" for its Henry Mancini Award for Best Scenic Design Budget 3. The Henry Mancini awards were held on Sunday at Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center.
Read more about the event here: http://www.timesonline.com/entertainmentlife/20180520/beaver-falls-big-winner-in-mancini-awards
The Ambridge Area School Board recogized retirees at the May 16 meeting. Congratulations and best wishes for a happy retirement!
Students in Kindergarten through Sixth Grade were awarded a certificate for being chosen as April’s Physical Education Star Students of the month. Mrs. Parisi has dedicated a bulletin board in the gym to honor her students. Mrs. Parisi has established the following criteria for the award. Not absent on a Gym Day, do an excellent job calling out the warm-ups, a good role model in class, extra effort, and encouraging fellow classmates to do their best. Along with Mrs. Parisi in the picture are: LILY BUCHANAN, KHOLE SMITH, KEIRA RICHARDS, HAYDEN SHUPE, MCKENZIE WATERS, AIDEN PODOLAK, BELLA YURKOVAC, MAKAYLA SHUPE, COLTEN WETZEL, COLE BOGATI, ZACHARY KUNY, ELIZABETH TRAUPMAN, CAMERON RAYNAK, RYAN LAMBERT, MACKENZIE REEVES, THOMAS SHORT, KARISSA SCHEIDER, LAUREN MEALIE, EMILY SMITH, GRANT UVODICH, and JAVIAN HARPER.
Congratulations to all!
State Street Elementary hosted the Ambridge Area School District 6th Grade Spelling Bee, March 16, 2018. Students from all three elementary buildings participated. The Economy representatives were: Jordan Garrison, Emma Lockhart, and Shawn McIntyre. Representatives from Highland were: Roma Hendricks, Christopher Palmeri, and Amariona Williams. Finally, State Street was represented by Andrew Crowfoot and Aiden Sheffield. The children diligently worked at spelling the words asked of them.
The runner-up was Jordan Garrison form Economy. This year’s 2018 Ambridge Area School District 6th Grade Champion was Roma Hendricks from Highland. Roma will advance to The Beaver County Spelling Bee in May at Hopewell High School. Congratulations, Roma! Bring home the win!!!!
Thank you to Dr. L. Jo Welter, Mrs. Aphrodite Galitsis, Mr. Tom McKelvey, and Mrs. Jo Ann Hoover for attending and supporting our participants.
Two Ambridge residents are spreading the holiday cheer this season by paying it forward to students in the Ambridge Area School District.
On Wednesday morning, two residents stopped by the District Food Services offices to pay off lunch balances for all elementary schools and the junior high school. While both men originally requested anonymity, Yurkovac agreed to speak about his donation in the hopes that others in the community would be inspired to step forward and consider doing the same to help those closest to home. The other donor has released information on his social media accounts, but did not authorize the District to release his name at this time.
Yurkovac said he had the idea to pay off lunch balances after he read a story about someone paying off overdue library fines for a student at one of the local libraries. His wife, Tina, agreed it was a great idea, so he contacted the District to make the offer. “Both my wife and I were on the free and reduced lunch program at one time during our time at Ambridge, so we know what that’s like,” he said. “It got me to thinking that at this time of year, everyone is focused on helping as many people as possible, so they think about the big charities in an effort to help as many as they can. But when we do that, sometimes our own neighborhood can sometimes get lost in the shuffle. We wanted to make our donation a little closer to home.”
At the Junior High, 90 students were helped, for a total of $500 in negative lunch balances, according to District Food Services Director Janet Gaffney. At the elementary schools, a total of 215 students were helped for a total of $796 in negative lunch balances. While the negative lunch balances have been paid off at the elementary and junior high schools, Gaffney noted that the Senior High School still carries a negative lunch balance of $1,320.38.
Gaffney said this is the first time in her 25 years as the food services director for the District that anyone has come forward to pay off lunch balances. “I am so moved and grateful to have been a part of this experience of having two of our parents come forward in this giving act of generosity; to see firsthand the spirit of giving is still alive and well in the AASD,” she said.
Growing up, Samantha Giordani was an active child, playing soccer. After a cancer diagnosis sidelined her a few years ago, Giordani turned to track, where she's found success as a sophomore at Ambridge. Click the link below to read the full article on The Times Online