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 […]
Thank you Mr. Feldman for organizing and running this fantastic day! The students had a blast.
Turner Elementary School’s first grade team recently held a beach-themed afternoon of fun in the basketball court and playground areas for 160 Pre-K through 3rd graders meeting good behavior goals. The kids played with chalk and participated in a sand treasure hunt, a beach ball golf course, hula dress-up and beach ball relay races, a duck pond and […]
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Superintendent Dr. Linda Iverson made the front page of the Wilkinsburg Sun’s June issue! Also, check out the stories about our Assistant to the Superintendent Dr. Cathleen Cubelic and the temporary move of elementary students into the former high school building during Turner school renovations. To see the community newsletter in full, go to: https://wilkinsburgsun.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/wilksunjun17web.pdf
Turner Elementary School Families Will Tour Their Temporary New Home At The Recently Closed, But Soon To Be Reopened Wilkinsburg High School
Turner Elementary School Families Will Tour Their Temporary New Home At The Recently Closed, But Soon To Be Reopened Wilkinsburg High School WHAT: Parents and families of Turner Elementary School students will attend an Open House at 747 Wallace Avenue where they will be able to see: model classrooms, tour the facilities, and ask questions […]
The students enthusiastically toured the following areas: cafeteria, music and art, library, model classrooms, and auditorium. Additionally, they were shown where other important areas were located throughout the building including the: restrooms, principal’s office, and nurse’s office.
This letter was sent home to the parent(s)/guardian(s) of the sixth grade students attending Pittsburgh Westinghouse Academy next year.
Camp Harambee is an eight week summer camp offered by the Mount Ararat Community Activity Center in Homewood through our relationship with Pittsburgh Westinghouse Academy. See flyer below for more details.