The sessions are open to students, parents, staff, alumni and community members.
They performed a skit called “Silent Movie” and made a background out of origami and a scrap-wood xylophone that was in tune.
Jefferson Awards regional director presents Banner to students.
Ceremony to be televised live on TV & Internet
Pine-Richland graduate Brad Hammer and his band Daily Grind will be celebrating the release of its CD on May 29, 2015.
The Pittsburgh Chapter of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) is honoring a 2014 Pine-Richland High School graduate with the 2015 SPE Scholarship.
The internship was open to only one senior in Allegheny County.
The duo will head to a national competition in June.
The championships are state-level competitions for public high school and college students enrolled in trade, technical and skilled service professional instruction programs, including allied health occupations.
Eden Hall Upper Elementary School hosted a World Language fair on May 14, 2015.
The Carnegie Science Center Science brought its Science on the Road program to students at Richland Elementary School on May 19, 2015.
Local artist Robert Griffing, Jr., took students on a journey through history by sharing some of his work, which can be found in their social studies textbooks.
Students in fourth grade at Eden Hall have been working on their creative writing skills.
The Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation executive director made a special stop at Richland Elementary School on May 4, 2015.
Percentages, fractions and even physics can be intimidating, but when combined with baseball, students are realizing these math and science concepts can be fun.
Students attend WSHI to gain insight into careers in engineering and science.