Click on each of the pictures below to view the three corresponding news stories. [Updated March 2, 2018]
Turner STEAM teacher Russ Bush’s lesson Marble Run focused on physics and measurement. Constructing and testing various tube heights and lengths, Ms.Hensley’s 3rd grade class explored questions like does the marble pick up speed or slow down and why?
Read the Superintendent’s letter to teachers and staff on safety and security at our schools. A similar letter was sent home to parents.
On Monday, February 26, 2018, the Wilkinsburg School District, in partnership with The Nutrition Group, will launch an after-school dinner program for all school age children in Wilkinsburg. These meals are free and open to students 18 years of age or younger (Pre-K through 12th grade). Additional details in the flyer below:
Yesterday, 5th graders from Kelly Elementary attended a field trip hosted by the Carnegie Mellon Urban Music Partnership. They spent the morning exploring the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, and the afternoon collaborating with students and professors from Carnegie Mellon’s music department. Select 5th graders had the opportunity to perform in a side-by-side concert with […]
Check out these pictures from a recent Kelly Elementary School field trip to the Children’s Museum. The students had a lot of fun! Also, read the letter copied below from Pastor Deborah Warren of the #Wilkinsburg Second United Presbyterian Church. She was at the museum on the day of their field trip and wrote us a wonderful letter […]
Pre-K and Kindergartners at Kelly and Turner Elementary Schools enjoyed a lovely visit by the Queen of Hearts. At her storytelling assemblies, students enacted parts of the story as characters and learned big words and ideas such as “cooperation” and “responsibility.”
This Saturday, Pittsburgh Westinghouse Academy – where our 7th-12th graders go to school – is hosting a Visioning Conference for the school community. Attending parents, students, teachers, staff, alumni and community members will have the opportunity to give their input and help build the framework for student success beyond high school. #PartnershipPride
Three cheers for our January Student of the Month winners! Congratulations and keep up the good work.
Miss Cookie visited Kelly Elementary School’s kindergarten classrooms to read students a story about Groundhog’s Day. She also brought her famous groundhog-shaped cookies. The students loved Miss Cookie’s company, story time and, of course, the treats!