Wilkinsburg School District is a small system of walkable neighborhood schools that has proudly served its community for over 100 years. Our board, leadership, and faculty promote academic excellence and personal growth through strong programs and community ties. Our commitment to continuous improvement in educational and extracurricular opportunities are evidenced at Kelly and Turner elementary schools, where programs and facilities are being upgraded, and through our middle and high school partnership with Pittsburgh Public Schools, which enables our children to take advantage of the superior learning opportunities at Pittsburgh Westinghouse Academy starting in 2016-2017.
Dr. Linda Iverson recently paid a visit to the Turner Elementary School building project to take a first-hand look at progress. “I was very pleased to see the progress in the construction of Turner. The building is really taking shape and I can see visible changes in the expansion of key rooms and spaces that […]
Beginning on Monday, January 14, 2019, every school in Pennsylvania will begin using the Safe2Say Something Anonymous Reporting System. The Safe2Say Something Anonymous Reporting System allows individuals to submit secure and anonymous safety concerns to help identify and intervene when unsafe and/or harmful behaviors take place. The tips can be submitted via the app, online, or […]
Progress on the renovated Turner Elementary continues moving forward. As we move into the New Year, this is a good time to give our families and community members of the Wilkinsburg School District an update on the progress of the project. Brief History The Turner Elementary School project was approved in early 2018. In summary, […]
The Wilkinsburg School District will be on Winter Break from December 22, 2018 through January 1, 2019. There will be an early dismissal for all students on Friday, December 21, 2018. There will be no classes for students; however, the Administration Building will be open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. December 26th through December […]
Mrs. Staoleford’s class had a great holiday party filled with holiday bingo, bowling, and a story read by her Mom as Rudolf, who came to help and celebrate the holidays with the class!