• 50 Former Wilkinsburg HS Books Donated to Ugandan Orphanage Malayaka House
  • Wilkinsburg’s School District and Community Create Blueprint for the Future
  • District Launching After-School Dinner Program for All School Age Children in Wilkinsburg
  • Video: 3rd Grader Kelly Students Create 3-D Self Portraits
  • State Education Panel Shows Interest in Pittsburgh-Wilkinsburg Partnership Success
  • Enroll at Kelly and Turner Elementary Schools now!
  • Gifted Math Students Compete in Duquesne University’s CalcuSolve Tournament
  • Assistant to the Superintendent, Dr. Cubelic, Receives Prestigious 2017 Outstanding Supervision Award
  • Transformation and Turnaround at the Wilkinsburg School District [White Paper]
  • Half Day Early Dismissal Dates for 2017-2018 School Year
  • School Board & Superintendent Update on Elementary Schools Renovations

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.

Schoolwide Toy Drive Gives Back to Beverly’s Birthdays

As a way of saying thank you, students and parents from Kelly Elementary School donated toys to Beverly’s Birthdays to help other children in our community and surrounding areas. The toy drive ran from October 16 to November 20. Beverly’s Birthdays provides teachers from Kelly and Turner with many wonderful resources to celebrate our students’ birthdays. Each […]


Using “Number Sense” Students Find Unique Ways to Solve Thanksgiving Themed Math Problem

Using “Number Sense,” fifth grade students collaborate with their classmates to determine how to evenly distribute the cost of Thanksgiving groceries between four friends. Students then drew pictures and wrote out explanations of their reasoning to show how they solved the problem. The variety of strategies the students used was fascinating!


Grable Foundation & OnHand Schools Visit Kelly Elementary to See Kandoolu Program in Action

Today, trustees from the Grable Foundation and representatives from OnHand Schools joined Superintendent Dr. Linda Iverson and Assistant to the Superintendent Dr. Cathleen Cubelic in Ms. Polosky’s fifth grade classroom at Kelly Elementary School to see the Kandoolu program in action. Kandoolu, a real-time formative assessment tool that gives immediate feedback on student understanding and suggests resources […]


Superintendent Letter on District PSSA Scores


Assistant to the Superintendent, Dr. Cubelic, Receives Prestigious 2017 Outstanding Supervision Award

Dr. Cathleen Cubelic, Assistant to the Superintendent at Wilkinsburg Schools, was awarded the prestigious 2017 Outstanding Supervision Award from the Pennsylvania Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (PASCD). Congratulations, Dr. Cubelic! Photo Credit: PASCD


Turner Elementary School Celebrates Student of the Month Awardees

Check out the photos of Turner Elementary’s Student of the Month awardees for September and October! As a reward for their hard work, the students were invited to a special lunch and enjoyed pizza and cupcakes. Stay tuned for November’s winners.  


Gifted Math Students Compete in Duquesne University’s CalcuSolve Tournament

Three of our gifted 6th grade students from Turner Elementary School participated in Duquesne University’s CalcuSolve math tournament for 7th & 8th graders. It put their problem-solving skills to the test! We are so proud of them for competing against older students. They also had the opportunity to explore parts of the campus.

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