Junior High 8th Grade Science Fair
As part of the 8th grade Accelerated Science class, the students began work on a Science Fair project in early September and work diligently through the end of January culminating in the Junior High Science Fair. The top 20 will then attend the annual Pittsburgh Regional Science Fair at Heinz Field just after Spring break.
Bridger Spirit Day at Highland Elementary
Lehn Wins Silver
Maddie Lehn competed in the WPIAL Individual Event Competition on Saturday, February 17th at Moon High School. She finished her Floor Routine with a score of 8.6 to win the Silver medal. Congratulations Maddie!
State Street Elementary
15 Meter Pacer Test Record Breakers
First Grader – Alayna Gazda
Fourth Grader – Lucas Hopkins
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, a good role model in class, extra effort, and encouraging fellow classmates to do their best. Along with Mrs. Parisi in the picture are: SIDNEY KRATOCHVIL, ABIGAIL PAGANO, MILENA MODUGNO, AIDEN ELDER, CARSEN HAMMOND, RILEY PODOLAK, DENO CASTELLANO, ELI DEIHL, ALEXANDER LUSTY, CAMERON RAYNAK,JAYLYNN CAMPBELL, MALLORY MCKINNEY, HANNAH LARIMORE, OWEN BUCHANAN, ETHNE BELL, ETHAN CAREY, MILEY DEVINNEY, LILY GEWETH, SOPHIE BEADUDWAY, ASHLEY DERIGGI, CARTER DUNLAP, EVAN SCHEIB & RICARDO VALLADARES.
Congratulations to all!
Yesterday the JH and SH teams competed in the BC Envirothon at Brady's Run Park. The teams did well. The SH earned a 6th place our of 23 teams and the JH won a 1st and 4th place. The girls first place team missed 1st last year by 3 points.
Congratulations to the 2017-2018 Ambridge Area High School National Honor Society Members!
A HUGE congratulations goes out to Mrs. Stacey Brock, a 5th grade teacher at State Street, for being nominated as a 2017 Golden Apple Teacher! Mrs. Brock was nominated by Mr. McKelvey, and she will be attending the Golden Apple Gala at The Prevention Network & Class Academy on May 25th, along with other nominees across the county to determine the Golden Apple Award recipient! Congratulations, Mrs. Brock, and thank you for all that you do for our students! We are lucky to have you with us at State Street!
These AASD students brought immense pride to our district in Oglebay, West Virginia!
They qualified at the county level to attend the NATIONAL ACADEMIC GAMES!
Joshua Guenther 5th grade
Naomi Husted 6th grade
Micah Kwolek 6th grade
They are all State Street students who know how to 'think' and play these higher-level games of intense strategy.
Naomi competed in Linquishtik, Equations, and Current Events. She had to have her game face on to do her best in grammar, math problems, and the latest news from 2016!
Micah and Josh competed in Current Events and Presidents. They could probably tell you what color dresses the First Ladies wore at the Innaugaration!
These students are to be commended for making it this far and competing with 1,000 players from across the nation!
Only the top 15% qualify from the county to play at the national level!
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF THESE STUDENTS WHO KNOW HOW TO 'PLAY' TO WIN!!!!!!
We are truly proud of your accomplishments!
Congratulations to the cast, crew, and directors for the 14 nominations for the AAHS musical, Beauty and the Beast.
The awards ceremony will take place on May 20, 2017 at 7 p.m. at the Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center.
The crew won the following nominations:
Best of Show
Dmytri Rakovan, Ryan Mikush
Best Supporting Actress:
Best Supporting Actor:
Zak Ernst, Tommy Holcomb, Josh Peters
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Left to Right: Miranda D’Antoni, Amanda Hare, Benjamin Loftus, Noelle Streiff
Students at Highland celebrated Autism Awareness Month in April. Students spread awareness and acceptance by learning more about Autism through fun videos and facts. Each Highland student colored an Autism Awareness ribbon to add to our display.
This season in track & field, Isaac Elliott plans to win a WPIAL title in his sprinting event. In previous years, Elliott has unfortunately pulled his hamstring and been unable to compete. This year he has been doing very well so far with no injuries, so he hopes to be able to compete and qualify for states. Congratulations to him so far, and good luck for the rest of the season!
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