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.
Kelly Elementary School held our annual Donuts with Dad event on June 4th at 8:30am. Our Kelly School Dads got to visit their child’s classroom, enjoy a donut and beverage together and a musical performance. Thank you to all the Dads that came to our special day. We had over 85 Dads that attended Donuts […]
PRE-KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION For an appointment, call: 412.371.9504 ext: 2744 Limited spaces available for 2015-2016 school year To be eligibile for Pre-K for the 2015-2016 school year, your child must be 4-years of age by September 1st, 2015. Download PDF
Welcome to The Education Partnership: Your school (Kelly Elementary) was selected for the FY16 School and Classroom Supplies Initiative from a very competitive list. We look forward to make your school’s engagement a great success! The Education Partnership received an impressive number of applications for the upcoming school year. We have found that the most successful […]
Kelly Elementary School hosted Mad Science on May 18th. The program presents science in a visual and interactive manner, which sparks imaginative curiosity. We had an assembly on Fire and Ice, followed by interactive groups (Polymer Playground, Optics, and States of Matter). The students LOVED the assembly and interaction with gaining knowledge about science. […]
Kelly School hosted our annual Literacy Night on May 20, 2015. It was called “Passport into the Future.” When families arrived they got a passport and were able to go into the future by visiting their “future teacher.” Each grade level was a different continent and the families got to gain tickets if they visited […]