The 5'x5' banner was designed by senior Emma Van Dyke around the theme "Santa's Workshop" and painted by Mr. Ivanisin's Art 3 class. Our team was aptly named Nine Lives as there were 9 students and the winning proceeds were donated to the Beaver County Humane Society.
Ambridge Area Elementary Schools Earlyact Club - "Community Service for Kids"
Sarah Fischer is a senior on the Ambridge basketball team. With her first basket of the game, Fischer registered her 1,000th career point in a 20-point effort over Franklin Regional in the North Allegheny tournament on Thursday. Ambridge is 5-5 overall and 2-1 in Section 2-4A. Click on the link below for more information and Fischer's answers during an interview.
FAMILY S.T.E.A.M NIGHT @ AMBRIDGE JUNIOR HIGH
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Student of the Month –
9th Kyla Fitzgibbons
10th Nathan Ritchey
11th Riley Sas
12th Sarah Gazda
Extra Effort -
9th Zach Massimani
10th Brooke Lively
11th Dalton Brandt
12th Coltin Barker
Olivia Huellen, a 6th grade student at State Street Elementary was recently recognized as the first place winner of the Caring Place poster contest. The Caring Place, developed in Pittsburgh in 1997 provides support for grieving children, adolescents and their families. The organization also provides partnerships with schools and training for school professionals across the state. Olivia’s poster will be displayed in all 501 school districts and other public venues throughout the state. We are very proud of Olivia for her accomplishment! This is the second year in a row that a student from State Street has won the contest.
Here are some photos from Highland Parental Engagement Event!
Economy Elementary students attended a Welcome Assembly on their first day of school. Students were introduced to our new superintendent, Dr. Welter, as well as to all of the teachers and staff.
During the assembly, the students were excited that they would have an opportunity to watch the Solar Eclipse using the safety sunglasses as outlined in the special power point presentation prepared by Mr. Steigerwald.
Later that day, Mrs. Kovach's first grade class took a "Brain Break" by doing the "Go Noodle Dance" in their classroom.