On Friday, March 29 2019, the High School will be holding an inclusion event for LGBTQ+ youth in Beaver County. Interested youth in grades 9-12 in any Beaver County Schools are invited to join us at Ambridge High School from 9:00 am – 2:00 pm. Our goal is to have a panel of guest speakers to share about personal experiences as well as resources available for support for youth in Beaver County. We will have an open resource fair time for students to speak to representatives from different supportive agencies in the community. The event will also include time for youth to spend with peers in group team-building activities and discussion groups related to LGBTQ+ current issues. Breakfast items, lunch, and snacks will be provided.
Registration is required. Registration forms are available here.
A group of 33 enrichment students from our three elementary schools enjoyed a day out to learn all about Space Exploration.
On February 19, they attended a CLO show entitled BEYOND THE MOON, that was performed at Rochester High School, and sponsored by the GIFTED CONSORTIUM of Beaver County.
The students learned about famous astronauts and their discovery of what is beyond our planet Earth.
This show, with its educational scope, as well as the professional stage entertainment, left the students wanting more!
The elementary students in grade 3, 4, and 5 enjoyed this educational trip, and wrapped up their exciting day by visiting McDonald’s in Baden for lunch. Mrs. Petukauskas and Mr. Price were proud of the student’s behavior, and look forward to our next venture in the enrichment program!
On February 21, fifth grade students at State Street Elementary enjoyed a free field trip to Inventionland in Pittsburgh. Inventionland is a 60,000 square foot immersive work environment. The facility inspires creativity, promotes innovation and fosters education. Students were able to tour uniquely-themed sets, where specialized designers, artists, illustrators, videographers, strategists, seamstresses and fabricators work. The themed sets include a shipwrecked pirate ship, faux cave, treehouse, pet shack, giant shoe, cupcake kitchen and giant robot.
A School FunDay Ticket is $28.00. Cash or money orders (payable to Kennywood) will be accepted -- no checks. Amusement tickets will be sold at the High School from Tuesday, March 19. 2019, until Friday, March 22, 2019, (from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.) or until the supply of tickets are sold.All sales are final.No amusement tickets will be sold at theAmbridge Area High School after March 22,2019.You may purchase tickets online at www.kennywood.com/ambridge up until the day of the School Picnic, May 29,2019.
School FunDay tickets will be valid on May 29, 2019, or every operating day in May, June through July 5, and September. Also, these tickets will be valid any weekday in July and August, with a $10.00 surcharge for Saturdays and Sundays starting July 6 through August. Please note that school tickets at the discounted price are not sold at the park. The cost of general admission, purchased at the gate, is $54.99. Children ages three (3) and under will be admitted free of charge and will be permitted to ride free of charge. Guests age 55 and over (proof of age required) will be able to purchase, at the gate, a Sr. FunDay ticket for $28.99. Guests under 46" in height will be able to purchase, at the gate, a Jr. FunDay ticket for $36.99.
Two AAHS Band students and three AAHS Choir students have distinguished themselves by their participation in PMEA District 5 Band and Chorus. Marjorie Jarsulic and Elisabetta Pucci were selected to perform in PMEA District 5 Band held on January 24-26 at Beaver High School. Kamryn Rudolph, Molly Moore and John Barnhart were selected to perform with PMEA District 5 Chorus held on February 7-9 at Beaver High School. Each festival culminated with a public concert featuring the ensemble.
The Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) is a statewide, nonprofit organization of over 4,500 members, dedicated to promoting the musical development of all Pennsylvanians. The present membership evolved from a small group of band directors dating from 1933. Today, the organization includes those engaged in music instruction at all levels, from preschool through college and university, as well as those in the music industry, merchandising and publishing. The organization promotes and supports quality music education, learning and performance as well as promoting and supporting music education in schools and communities. PMEA is affiliated with The National Association for Music Education, NAfME. PMEA District 5 encompasses schools from Beaver, Butler, Lawrence and Mercer Counties.
The Beaver Valley is an awesome place to live, work and go to school. Check out this video from the Beaver Valley Chamber of Commerce highlighting some of the best aspects of our community and that of the entire Beaver Valley!
PHYSICAL EDUCATION STAR STUDENTS OF THE MONTH FOR JANUARY, 2019 ECONOMY ELEMENTARY
Students in Kindergarten through Fifth Grade were awarded a certificate for
being chosen as January 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, being a good role model in class, extra effort, and encouraging fellow classmates to do their
best. Along with Mrs. Parisi in the picture are: COOPER RICE, MARISSA WATERS, GENEVIEVE BOGATI, LUCA FERRAGONIO, BRETT HINDS, CADEN ILNICKI, COOPER BELKOT, DOUGLAS MITCHELL JR., MAEGAN FITZGIBBONS, WYATT GRAF, SKYLER LEWARCHIK, CLAYTON GEWETH, HANNAH HOHMAN, COLTONHISIRO, NYAHNNA COLLINS & ABBY SMITH.
Missing from the picture are: AUBREY WESOLOWSKI & VIRGINIA BIRKMIRE.
Congratulations to all!