April 1st, 2016 — As buses filled with Wilkinsburg middle and high school students pulled up in front of Westinghouse Academy, teachers, administrators, and the Westinghouse drum line energetically cheered the arrival of their future pupils and classmates. A brief assembly followed with ice breaker activities and opening remarks by Pittsburgh Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Linda Lane, Board President Dr. Regina Holley and Westinghouse Principal LouAnn Zwierzynski.
Afterwards, the students branched out by grade level to tour the school’s facilities, meet their future teachers and learn about different program offerings. The field trip also included lunch in the Westinghouse cafeteria.
For more on the visit, check out local media coverage of the event.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: Wilkinsburg students visit future home at Westinghouse