2018-19 Headlines & Features

  • PRMS Places At PA Media and Design Competition

    Pine-Richland Middle School Students created a project and competed at Competition.

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  • School Redesignated in STW Programlvania

    Pine-Richland Middle School has been re-designated along with DuBois Area Middle School as Pennsylvania Don Eichhorn Schools: “Schools to Watch.”

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  • Students compete at MATHCOUNTS

    Pine-Richland Middle School competed in the National MATH COUNTS program.

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  • Middle School Teacher to Star In A Movie

    Pine-Richland Middle School Business Education Teacher Sheri Murslack will be staring in the movie Unsinkable.

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  • Team to Compete at PA Odyssey of Mind Competition

    Students from Eden Hall Upper Elementary School and Pine-Richland Middle School earned third and second place respectively at the Odyssey of the Mind Regional Competition at Keystone Oaks School District on March 2, 2019. The middle school team of students will advance to the Odyssey of the Mind State Championships on April 6, 2019. in Pocono Mountains, PA.

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  • Academic League Hosts Final Competition of Year

    Pine-Richland Middle School students are competing in the final 2018-2019 National Academic League Tournament on February 27, 2019, at 2:30 p.m. in the PRHS Spirit Room. AL is an academic competition where students answer a series of game questions spanning 22 different subject areas. The game consists of four quarters.

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  • Students Learn More about Different Cultures

    The world came to Pine-Richland on February 6-8, 2019. Several American Field Service (AFS) students, who are attending area schools, converged on the high school and middle school campuses.

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  • Student Serves as Principal for Day

    Students at Pine-Richland Middle School really wanted a chance to be “Principal for a Day,” so student government hosted a contest. Student Government representatives were up for the challenge of making this happen, so they hosted a contest to see which student could dress up the most for spirit week. The prize was a chance to be a principal or a day.

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  • Team Creates Winning App

    A team of Pine-Richland middle and high school students develop a hall-pass application at the district's first-ever hackathon. See which student at the middle school was part of this team.

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  • Students Develop Writing Skills

    PRMS students participate in writing consortium to develop their writing skills. This year's writing theme was nature.

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  • Principal Provides Mid-Year Update

    The middle school principal provides an update including Schools to Watch goals, the scheduling process, character education and much more.

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  • Students Learn More about Holocaust

    In advance of International Holocaust Remembrance Day on Sunday, January 27, 2019, eighth-graders at Pine-Richland Middle School have been reading the names of Holocaust survivors at the end of their classes all week. The work is the culmination on a unit about the Holocaust.

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  • View Scheduling Info (Grades 8-11)

    As we begin our second semester, it is time to focus on scheduling for the 2019-2020 school year. Our 2019-2020 Program of Studies is available for families and students through our website. Within the document, you will find essential information detailing curricular offerings, key contacts, course selection, and scheduling. More details...

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  • View Scheduling Info (Grades 6 & 7)

    As we begin our second semester, it is time to focus on scheduling for the 2019-2020 school year. Our 2019-2020 Program of Studies is available for families and students through our website. Within the document, you will find essential information detailing curricular offerings, key contacts, course selection, and scheduling. More details...

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  • Song & Dance Highlight PRMS Rendition of ‘Footloose’

    Pine-Richland Middle School students will be taking audience members back to the eighties through the production of “Footloose.” In all, 74 students will take to the stage with lively song and dance numbers. The production will be performed at 7 p.m. on February 7, 8 & 9, 2019. Show is sold out!

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  • PRMS Re-Designated in 'School to Watch' Program

    Pine-Richland Middle School has been re-designated along with DuBois Area Middle School as Pennsylvania Don Eichhorn Schools: “Schools to Watch” (PA STW) a fourth time in 12 years as part of a recognition program developed by the National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform.

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  • New Assistant Principal Sends Welcome Message

    PR is welcoming Mr. Jacob Minsinger, who joins PRMS after being an English/Language Arts teacher at West Allegheny Middle School. Take time to read the letter he wrote for parents.

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  • Geography Bee Winner Named

    Seventh-grader Chris Meyer took first place in the Pine-Richland Middle School Geography Bee, which was held on December 17, 2019, in the PRMS library. Seventh-grader Michael Lattari took second place and eighth-grader Andrew Salvadore earned third place. The annual program was coordinated by PRMS GATE Teacher Kathy Deal and retired PRMS Librarian Kathy Batykefer.

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  • Students Serve Up Holiday Meal

    The Pine-Richland Middle School Leaders Club hosted its annual Senior Citizens Holiday Dinner on Thursday, December 6, 2018. Each year, students serve up a delicious meal.

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  • Teacher Earns 'Hockey Scholars' Award

    Pine-Richland Middle School Teacher Brian Kantz earned the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation Teacher of the Month. Mr. Kantz teaches eighth-grade physical science.

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