Pine-Richland School News & InformationSpotlight on LearningStudents Help 3rd Graders with 'Lofty' Designs
Students are putting their imaginations to work to design giant parade balloons in hopes of getting the the attention of the Macy's Parade Studio vice president. They are also getting a little help from some older students. Read more...Career Center Shares STEAM-Related Expertise
A.W. Beattie Career Center instructors and students visited with sixth graders to give them a look at some viable career options in STEAM-related industries. Details...
Students Learn Science Behind Bubbles
Have you ever wondered how bubbles work? They are fascinating to children and adults alike. Students at Richland Elementary School had a chance to learn more about the science behind bubbles. Details...Upcoming DatesMessage from SuperintendentDec. 18, 2014
Message from SuperintendentGreetings to PR Students, Parents & Community:
In my note to staff this month, I reiterated my belief that we are blessed to work in a profession that provides the opportunity to make a difference with children. We know that an effective system of education is built on the people involved in that process. As parents, you place your trust in us to do our best with your children. We understand the opportunity and responsibility that comes with our profession. Read more on this topic and a few examples of the learning that is taking place "inside and outside" the classroom.Dr. Brian Miller, superintendent, helps students from the PRMS Leaders Club serve coffee at their annual dinner for senior citizens.Students to Skate for Cause
Students to Take to Ice for Cause
Former Steelers player Charlie Batch will drop the puck as rivals Pine-Richland and North Allegheny host the Fourth Annual Ice Storm on December 29, 2014. See how the annual event will benefit a local charity.Support Foundation that Helps Our Schools
PROF Supports Educational Initiatives
Are you looking to get more involved with fundraising, which directly benefits education? The Pine-Richland Opportunities Fund helps fund teacher initiatives as well as student scholarships. Read more about the foundation.
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