• Educational Links

    Reading - The Learning Site
    This is the official reading site of Hartcourt School Publishers, the publisher of the K-5 reading program that is used in the Pine-Richland School District. When initially signing on to this site, the PASSWORD - "Beck" should be used.

    A variety of online reading and writing activities and resources are offered on this site that are grade specific and in many cases directly related to the reading selections being studied in school.

    Learning SiteLanguage - The Learning SiteBold
    This is the official language arts (English) site of Harcourt School Publishers, the publisher of the forth and fifth grade Language program used in the Pine-Richland School District.

    When initially signing on to this site, the PASSWORD - "Farr" should be used. A variety of online language activities and resources are offered on this site that grade specific. The site also includes multimedia grammar glossary. 

    Write SourceThe Write Source
    The Write Source provides materials that are used as supplemental resources to our language arts program in grades K-8.
    This website provides grade level specific information related to writing topics and models, research sources, universal style manuals, and multimedia project resources.

                                         Peterson Directed Handwriting
    Peterson Directed HandwritingThis is the official site of the Peterson Handwriting Company. Pine-Richland has adopted Peterson as its handwriting instructional program for both print and cursive writing.

    This website provides information related to the development of handwriting skills. An animated letter page that provides basic information related to letter formation is also accessible.

    Spelling and Vocabulary
    This link will take you to the Houghton Mifflin Spelling and Vocabulary
    Underlinesite. Pine-Richland uses Houghton Mifflin Spelling and Vocabulary in grades 4 and 5. This site provides word find activities for each spelling unit in the program. In addition, four additional activities are offered that grade specific.

    Spelling & VocabMathSurf
    This is the official website of Pearson, Scott Foresman. Pine-Richland uses the Scott Foresman - Addison Wesley math program in grades K-5.

    This website provides a variety of activities that are correlated to the topics being studied at each grade level in each chapter. Clicking on the family icon can access additional resources.

    PDEParent Right To Know
    In accordance to No Child Left Behind Act (Public Law 107-110) you have the right to know certain information concerning schools that receive grant funding from Title I, Part A - Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged. Parent Right To Know

    TipsKeep Our Communities Safe
    Report Suspicious Activity

    The Richland and Pine Twp. Police Departments work cooperatively to ensure a safe community. Your involvement is critical to this effort. 724-449-TIPS is a joint service of the police and school district, with support from Consolidated Communications.

    Dial this number at any time to anonymously report suspicious activity that could pose a threat or danger to our schools or community.

    AllianceNorthern Area Alliance Against Highly Addictive Drugs
    The Alliance is dedicated to stopping drug use among youth by linking various groups of people in partnerships, creating self-reliance rather than dependency, providing support to youth drug victims and their families and raising public awareness about the consequences of drug use. 

    Notice for Homeless Children
    Federal guidelines, as set forth in No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, requires that local schools identify name children who are homeless. 

    The federal mandate, and the intention of the Pine-Richland School District is to ensure that homeless children and youth have access to free appropriate public education on an equal basis with other children. Children who are homeless, including those living with others, may qualify for assistance with school lunch, with school supplies/materials, with tutoring, and with transportation so that they can remain in their school of origin. Click here
    for more details.