The summer food service program begins on Monday. June 8, 2020 and our free mealservice will now include BOTH lunch and breakfast distributed at once! We will continue with curbside pick-up service, as follows: Senior High M-Th-10:45 -11:45 a.m., State Street--11:00-11:45 am, and Economy Elementary from 11:15-12 Noon. Each Thursday, an additional meal will be given out for Friday. Program runs Monday, June 8-Thursday, August 6, 2020. Hope to see you there!
Notice for Public Meeting:
The final budget will be presented at the June 10, 2020 Meet and Discuss Board Meeting via ZOOM at 7:00 p.m. The Board may take legislative action on matters that come before the Board at the Meet and Discuss Board Meeting.
If you are interested in either (1) offering public comments and/or (2) attending the meeting, details follow:
In order to attend the virtual meeting, you must first register with Mrs. Mueller via email or phone. Registration is open until 2 p.m. on Wednesday, June 10, 2020. Registrants will be sent meeting access information via email. When registering, please provide your name, address and valid email address. Please note that the public will be muted or otherwise expected to quietly observe during the meeting in order to allow an orderly meeting.
The following graduation ceremony for the Beaver County Career and Technology Center was held virtually on May 29, 2020. The ceremony starts at the 11:00 minute mark of the video. The students are announced alphabetically by their Program of Studies. We would like to congratulate all of the Ambridge Seniors and the rest of the BCCTC Class of 2020. Best of luck to you all!
In June of 2020, the Ambridge Area School District will induct the 7th round of recipients into the “Hall of Honor.”
The Hall of Honor was established to honor outstanding Ambridge Area School District graduates who have made significant community contributions and/or career-related accomplishments. One-time distinctions or awards may be appropriate if they are at a national or state level. Nominees must have graduated at least ten years prior before they are eligible. The purpose of the Hall of Honor is to recognize alumni who have achieved outstanding accomplishments and to establish a lasting relationship with their alma mater. The goal of the Hall of Honor is to provide a visual incentive to our current students, which may help them aspire to the greatness that these people have achieved.
Nominations are being accepted until April 30, 2020. Selected recipients will be recognized at the Graduation Ceremony on June 5, 2020 in the Ambridge Area High School Gymnasium.
Attached are the Hall of Honor overview and application form. Please contact Mrs. June Mueller at 724-266-2833 ext. 1263 with questions.
Please send completed nomination forms and accompanying information to:
Hall of Honor Committee
C/O June Mueller
901 Duss Avenue
Ambridge, PA 15003
Dash and Beebot Robots paraded down the State Street hallway today. After reading Balloons over Broadway by Melissa Sweet, 2nd grade STEAM students decorated robots for a State Street parade. Students decorated and drove Beebots or Dash in the parade. Dash was equipped with a xylophone attachment. Students used the xylophone to program Dash to play music during the parade.
See the video here: State Street Holiday STEAM Parade
Coach Mark Jula submitted an official letter of resignation due to retirement on Tuesday, December 3, 2019. Coach Jula is retiring after a long and successful career. We wish him the best in retirement.
The Ambridge Area School Counseling Department's Advisory Council K-12 held its inaugural meeting on Friday, Nov. 15 at Ambridge Area High School. The council is designed to provide a partnership with members of the local community to increase meaningful opportunities for K-12 students in career exploration and development.
During the meeting, a team of school administrators and school counselors strived to showcase how the K-12 career activities at Ambridge Area School District provide a comprehensive process for student development in career awareness, exploration and pllanning. Participation and feedback from the community was solicited and included representatives from local businesses, nonproft organizations, associations and postsecondary institutions, pertaining to activities and experiences that will enhance the job-readiness skills and post-graduate opportunities for students.
The Advisory Committee plans to meet three times annually. The committee will reconvene in Spring 2020 to review goal progress, and again in the Fall of 2020.