On Saturday, February 4th, ten students from the Junior High School participated in the MathCounts competition at Penn State - Beaver.
Rhiannon Bosh, Jonathan Ciani, Xander Dowlin, Connor Finnegan, Kyla Fitzgibbons, Jeremiah Giordani, Ezra Hanna, Joshua Hovan, Marissa Kennedy, and Elliott Powell competed against students from 8 other Beaver County schools.
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Make-Up REGISTRATION DATE:
Thursday, May 11th 4:00pm – 7:30pm
Location: Ambridge High School – Library 2nd floor
To schedule an appointment to register a child for 2017-2018 Kindergarten, call Cathy Hopkins at 724-266-2833 ext. 1273
Age Requirement: A child is eligible for admission to kindergarten if she/he is five (5) years old on/or before September 1, 2017
In March, high school students Nadia and Bree Mycyk, Emma Van Dyke, and Alois Watkins, along with Highland 6th grader Allison Wintersgill, volunteered to face paint at the State Street indoor carnival. The face paint booth was a hit. I was filled with elementary students from start till finish. The painters worked hard putting smiles on many colorful faces.
Come support State Street Elementary by joining the teacher and staff at the Baden McDonald's on Monday, April 18th! 20 percent of all sales between 5 pm and 7 pm will be donated to the school.
To celebrate Jazz Appreciation Month, Ambridge’s high school jazz department recently hosted the Beaver County Arts Education Consortium’s Jazz Workshop. The workshop took place on Wednesday April 6th in the High School music suite and included students from all over Beaver County. Kevin McManus, adjunct professor at five different universities and freelance musician, was the artist in residence and Ambridge’s own elementary music educators Samantha Rappolt and Samuel Eisenreich served as clinicians. Participating students from Mrs. Baney’s and Mr. Hartman’s jazz bands included Jacob Best, Tim Bruce, Faith Holcomb, Margie Jarsulic, Matt Kowalski, Josh Lockhart, Claire Matzie, Ryan Mikush, Carlina Powell, Kevan Rotthoff, Pearl Swann, and Hayden Wesche.
Students in Kindergarten through Sixth Grade were awarded a certificate for being chosen as Sept. 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: Colten Wetzel, Nicholas Mccullough, Aribella Castellano, Paige Speer, Aaron Scheib, Vincent Riegner, Donte Depalma, Hannah Hoke, Cameron Raynak, Kailyn Turko, Andrew Palkovic, Margo Petalino, Brayden Reeves, Kylee Morrow, Zap Lewis, Nicholas Thomas, Brendan Jones, William Gruca, Kayla Raynak, Ashley Kiley, Robert Delp, & Kinsley Aswani.
Missing from the picture are: Ryder Lambert, Preston Korol, & Joshua Hovan.
Congratulations to all!
Congratulations to senior Aadan Buck for competing in the 17th Annual Pittsburgh Monster Meet. The Pittsburgh Monster Meet consists of 150 lifters of all ages and is one of the biggest and most successful competitions in the area. Aadan benched 285lbs (with a pause) and earned 2nd place in the teenage bench press. Aadan also deadlifted 555lbs earning him 1st place in the teenage dead lift!
Anna Galiardi and Skye Galiardi both won first place in the Women’s Club District Competition. Their photos will now move on to compete at the state level. Click here to vote for the Kieth Rothfus Congressional Art Contest. Voting is available through April 4th.
Mrs. Baney's Jr. High School keyboard classes learned about duets. After listening and responding to duets by Anderson and Roe (andersonroe.com), students were given partners and duets to learn. Some of the duets included All the Pretty Little Horses, Alouette, Chopsticks, and Farmer in the Dell Boogie. Elisabetta Pucci and Faith Holcomb practiced The Entertainer by Scott Joplin. I hope you enjoy their performance of The Entertainer!
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Naomi Husted, a State Street 5th grade student, qualified for the National Academic Games in Atlanta! Naomi placed in the top 10% of the Beaver County Academic Games of Presidents and Linguishtik, a game that truly tests your grammar skills! As a result, she will be heading to Atlanta at the end of April to compete with students nationally in these two games. We wish her the best of luck and know that she is our winner, regardless of the outcome at the national level.
WE ARE VERY PROUD OF NAOMI AND HER ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS!!!!