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  • Students Solve Coaster Caper Mystery

    Students at Eden Hall Upper Elementary School had the chance to take on the role of a sleuth in the “Detective Science” program that was held after school in November and December of 2018.

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  • Students Take on Ultimate Chip Challenge

    Fourth-grade students took on the ultimate challenge of designing package for chips under the direction of GATE teachers Jennifer Kopach and Joanna Sovek. Students sent a single Pringle potato chip through the mail to students at North Allegheny by creating the best possible package to protect the chip.

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  • Students Opt for More Science Studies

    Students at Eden Hall Upper Elementary School are opting for more science studies after hours through the help of the Pine-Richland Chapter of the Pennsylvania Association of Gifted Education (PAGE).

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  • Veterans Share Wisdom & Stories

    Eden Hall Upper Elementary School honored veterans on November 7, 2018. Each year, staff, students, and parents invite veterans to speak about their experiences.

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  • Visitors Spark Interest in Various Careers

    Students took time to learn about various fields of study at Eden Hall Upper Elementary School, which hosted a special day dedicated to careers on December 14, 2018. Visitors spoke to students about their expertise in a variety of fields.

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  • Counselor to Emphasize Responsible Reporting

    Beginning next week, Mrs. Jennifer Miller, Eden Hall Upper Elementary School Counselor, will be talking to our sixth-grade students and introduce the term “Responsible Reporter.”

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  • Order Your EHUE Yearbook Today!

    Don't miss out on the memories! Order your EHUE yearbook online using the code 9882119. Order by Dec. 31, 2018 for discounted price. Price increases in January!

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  • Students Learn About Engineering Design

    Students are learning more about the engineering design process as they participate in a STEM Design lesson in sixth grade under the direction of GATE teachers Jennifer Kopach and Joanna Sovek.

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  • School Bus Expectations Letter from EH Principal

    We have no greater priority than the safety of our students. With that mission in mind, I would like to offer some reminders that will be implemented to create a safe and successful learning environment at Eden Hall Upper Elementary School and on the school bus.

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  • Purchase Your Student Directory and Notes-to-School Notepads

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  • Students Tap into Creative Side During Summer

    Students are spending their summer break working on murals and honing their writing skills.

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  • Sixth Graders Become Weather Experts

    The unpredictable weather of Western Pennsylvania is providing the perfect, real-time laboratory so to speak for Eden Hall Upper Elementary students, who are tracking the weather. Sixth graders are using iPads to graph wind speed, temperature, humidity and more.

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  • Students Explore Cultures from Around World

    From Albania to Vietnam, Eden Hall Upper Elementary School hosted the Annual World Cultural Day on May 4, 2018. More than 50 different presenters shared their knowledge and experience.

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  • Students Participate in Architectural Challenge

    Sixth graders at Eden Hall Upper Elementary shared their architectural designs with a panel of experts on April 24, 2018. Students were challenged to repurpose unused space found on neighboring Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus in a sustainable and meaningful way to better serve the community.

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  • Problem Solving + Fun Is Formula for Success

    Competition, problem-solving and critical thinking skills are just some of the ingredients used to formulate a successful science Olympiad. Students in fourth grade will participate in the Eden Hall Science Olympiad by hosting two days of science experiments April 4 and April 6, 2018.

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  • Review 3rd Grade Parent Orientation Document

    Did you miss the third-grade parent orientation on May 15 or want to refer to the presentation? You can download the presentation.

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  • Battle of the Books Big Hit

    Eden Hall Upper Elementary School hosted the 2018 Battle of the Books. The competition, which was held on April 26, 2018, challenges the teams to read 10 books, which represent different genres.

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  • Students Earn First for Short Film

    Sixth-graders Ella Guo and Jenna Shingledecker earned first place for their animated short film at the Pennsylvania Middle School Computer Fair, which is an annual event that highlights Pennsylvania middle school students' application skills and computer knowledge. Ella and Jenna will move onto the State competition on Wednesday, May 23, 2018.

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  • Team Qualifies for State Competition

    Two teams of Pine-Richland Middle School students and a team at Eden Hall Upper Elementary students earned top awards at the 32nd Annual Western Regional Odyssey of the Mind Competition, which was hosted at Moon Area Middle School and Moon Area High School, on March 3, 2018.

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  • Students Whip Up Healthy Asian Dishes

    Students donned their chef hat and apron for the 2018 Future Chef Event on February 28th, 2018, in the Eden Hall Upper Elementary School Cafeteria.

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  • Students Receive Donation from Former Student

    Eden Hall Upper Elementary School students received a generous donation by Dustin Hook, a student who attended Pine-Richland School District.

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  • Students Study Great Explorers

    From Ferdinand Magellan to Vasco da Gama, students are studying the world's great explorers. They had an opportunity to visit the library and take a look at some artifacts in advance of their studies.

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  • Students & Staff Celebrate Love of Reading

    Students celebrated Read Across America Week February 26- March 2, 2018. There were lots of ways students were engaged in celebrating reading the week of Dr. Seuss' birthday.

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  • Students Have Opportunity to Learn Life-Saving Skills

    Knowing how to perform the Heimlich maneuver, can save lives. That is what organizers at Eden Hall Upper Elementary School students will be able to do someday if called upon in an emergency.

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  • Staff Participates in Spirit Dress for Charity Campaign

    Eden Hall Upper Elementary School staff members raised more than $2,500 to date for hurricane relief and for the United Way “United for Children” program through the School Charity Dress Up Days during the 2017-2018 school year.

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  • Staff Participate in Gift of Time Fundraiser

    Many teachers and school employees pour their hearts into helping students in the classroom. Thanks to a fundraising effort, they are giving the “Gift of Time” to students at Eden Hall Upper Elementary School.

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  • Students Earn 2nd at Science Bowl

    Four Eden Hall Upper Elementary School students earned second place at the Annual Science Bowl Competition in January 26, 2018. The fifth-grade team participated in different hands-on challenges and scavenger hunts under the direction of GATE Teachers Jennifer Kopach and Joanna Sovek.

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  • Junior Troop Earns Bronze Award

    Girl Scout Troop 52478 obtained the highest award possible for Girl Scout Juniors by making a craft bin and volunteering with the residents at the Arbors III nursing home in Valencia, PA under the direction of Troop Leader Heather Lazzaro.

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  • Check out 4th Grade Orchestra

    Pine-Richland fourth graders put on quite a performance. You can check out the 4th Grade Orchestra performance that was hosted at Eden Hall Upper Elementary School on January 25, 2018 by visiting our PRTV OnDemand Center

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  • Experts Share Info about Careers

    Eden Hall Upper Elementary School hosts experts, who share knowledge in a variety of career fields.

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  • 5th Graders Showcase Band Program

    Students from Eden Hall toured the elementary schools showcasing their skills from band class. Fifth graders visited Hance Elementary, Richland Elementary and Wexford Elementary School.

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  • Students Honor Veterans During Special Program

    Eden Hall Upper Elementary School honored veterans on November 10, 2017. Each year, staff, students and parents invite veterans to speak about their experiences.

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  • Staff & Students Raise Awareness

    Students and staff at Eden Hall Upper Elementary School participate in several awareness days through out the school year. In some cases, the staff try to match special themed days, so they can include it in their Dress for Charity program

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  • EH Students & Staff Help Hurricane Victims

    Pine-Richland School District worked in various ways to help victims of hurricanes. The compassion was shared district-wide.

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  • Teacher Named Girls on Run Coach of Year

    Eden Hall Upper Elementary School Teacher Mary Ann Sanders was named 2017 Girls on the Run Western PA Coach of the Year.

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  • Students Learn about Cold-Water Ecosystem

    Four fifth grade homerooms from Eden Hall Elementary School and a few students from Dave Fiore’s fly fishing club were involved in “Release Day”, a day in May where students and their teachers traveled to Little Pine Creek to release the Brook Trout that they raised in their classrooms.

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  • Students Test Taste New Menu Item

    What is the best way to decide if a new menu item will be popular with the students? Invite them in to taste test the new item.

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  • Eden Hall Named to Healthy Honor Roll

    Two Pine-Richland Schools earned recognition by the Women for a Healthy Environment Healthy Schools.

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