• Learn at Home by visiting our new online learning site
    Learn at Home by visiting our new online learning site
  • Learn at Home by visiting our new online learning site
The coronavirus situation, our state’s response to it, and the resulting impact on Wilkinsburg School District schools and students are constantly changing. We are committed to keeping parents, students, and our entire community informed. Please read the posts below, or click the “covid-19” tab, for the latest news.
Stay home. Stay Safe. Stay informed.

News & Announcements

Wilkinsburg Students side-by-side with CMU’s Wind Ensemble

Five Wilkinsburg High School students had the chance to perform with members of Carnegie Mellon University’s wind ensemble in a special side-by-side concert on Thursday, February 5th. The performance was part of a special concert put on by CMU and included performances by the World Drumming ensemble made of students from Kelly and Turner elementary […]

CONTINUE READING

iPads to be Given to Students in New Technology Initiative

On Monday, February 9, 300 students in Wilkinsburg’s Kelly and Turner elementary schools will receive their own i-Pads as part of a district-wide initiative to increase student achievement.  Students at Kelly Elementary School will receive their i-Pads from 1 to 1:30 p.m. and children at Turner Elementary School will theirs from 1:45 to 2:15 p.m.  In case of […]

CONTINUE READING

Wilkinsburg board plans for elementary school renovations

CONTINUE READING

Keystone to Opportunity: 2014-2015 Focus Areas

Focus Area I To form a DISTRICT DATA TEAM that will be comprised of members from the Individual Building Data Teams.  The District Data Team will analyze and collaborate about data i.e., benchmarks to include GRADE, GMADE, Study Island, etc., as well as CDTs across grade levels and between and among buildings.  With an emphasis […]

CONTINUE READING

The Challenge Program Kicks Off Program at Wilkinsburg High School

Students at Wilkinsburg High School were recently introduced to The Challenge Program, Inc. during a kick-off assembly at their school. During the assembly, student volunteers participated in a mock interview challenge to demonstrate how developing the right work habits and behaviors will set them apart from other jobseekers. Each interview question was linked with one […]

CONTINUE READING

Wilkinsburg re-elects Donovan as school board president

CONTINUE READING

Steelers’ Allen celebrates Wilkinsburg HS football team

CONTINUE READING
Change this in Theme Options
Change this in Theme Options