Turner Enrichment Students Tour Clayton Mansion, Greenhouse and Car and Carriage Museum at The Frick Pittsburgh
Turner Enrichment Students are a fabulous group of students that excel in the classroom academically and behaviorally. This year, they participated in a wide range of projects such as building a community out of edible ingredients and various novel studies including Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Percy Jackson. […]
Last Friday, the staff of Turner and Kelly Elementary Schools each threw a luncheon to honor and celebrate their respective retirees: John Fowler, Phyllis Loeffler, Roseanne Shak and Lois Clark. Best wishes to you! Enjoy the R&R.
Turner students from Pre-k through the 6th grade had a fun filled field day that included bouncy houses, slides, miniature golf, parachute fun and a dunk tank. They had a great time and especially enjoyed dunking their teachers!
Important letter to parents from Superintendent about next year’s half day early dismissals. Early Dismissal Form
Pittsburgh Westinghouse Academy announced a new Prom King last Thursday, and he is one of the newest members of the Bulldogs family. The students and staff at Pittsburgh Westinghouse were so elated they began chanting his name. Since the beginning of our partnership with Pittsburgh Public Schools, Dante Jones has participated in service learning projects, […]
On June 7th, parents of Turner Elementary School students had the first of two opportunities to see the recently closed – but soon to be reopened – Wilkinsburg High School, which will be the temporary new home for students and staff while renovations are underway at Turner during the 2017-2018 academic year. Another Open House […]
Our friends at Pittsburgh Public Schools (PPS) stopped by to see the 6th Grade Promotions at both Turner and Kelly Elementary Schools and celebrated the academic milestone with our students and their families. Members of the PPS team were formally introduced to the attendees and the Acting Assistant Principal, Ms. Accamando welcomed students to PPS […]
Mrs. Morrow brought her 2nd grade reading interventionist group to Ms. Meszaro’s kindergarten classroom to perform the play The Coyote and the Rabbit. They were very expressive while reading their parts. Afterwards, the kindergartners and second graders discussed the characters and the setting of the story. Everyone did a fabulous job!
Magnet schools and programs allow students to pursue special interests, talents or career goals. Magnet schools are not neighborhood specific-so students who reside anywhere in the Pittsburgh Public School District can apply to attend. BECAUSE OF THE PARTNERSHIP WILKINSBURG HAS WITH PITTSBURGH, WILKINSBURG STUDENTS MAY ALSO APPLY FOR MAGNET PROGRAMS FOR UPCOMING 7TH GRADE. Please […]