Pirates Looking For All-Star Teachers
The nomination process is open now on the Pirates’ website though April 9. Teachers from Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Greene, Washington and Westmoreland counties are eligible, as well as […]
‘Audacious’ Pittsburgh Study works to ensure all children thrive
Hope is among the myriad questions the Pittsburgh Study asks.
Don’t wait to sign kids up for summer camp
Kidsburgh Ambassador Yu-Ling Behr is talking about summertime day camps for kids and why it’s important to get them signed up now.
Pittsburgh learning hubs, built through teamwork, are here for you
Each family has different needs, so the community must be ready to respond in a wide range of ways.
11 ways to welcome spring in Pittsburgh, from the Easter Bunny to Passover games
Spring has never been more welcome!
Nominate your teacher to the Pittsburgh Pirates All Stars
Teachers have had some of the most difficult jobs, and the Pittsburgh Pirates in partnership with the Grable Foundation want to recognize teachers. Pirates President Travis Williams says, “As a […]
Catch the recording of our cookie workshop with Jasmine Cho celebrating Women’s History Month
Cookie activist Jasmine Cho tells the stories of incredible women through her intricate iced cookie portraits.
Kids with cancer love to hate Michael’s Meanies, an outlet for their fear and anxiety
Michael heard a little girl crying, and he wanted to give her something to help take her fear and frustration away.
Love your principal? Nominate now for Pittsburgh Penguins MVP
The Most Valuable Principal program will honor 15 principals from schools in Allegheny County.
PA Mother of the Year Heather Starr Fiedler offers great advice on raising kids
“We learn as we go and hope we’re doing a good job.”
Mars High School finds a way to produce ‘Mamma Mia,’ despite pandemic
“I’ve never in 17 years seen as much joy and happiness and tears.”
PE teacher Craig Shapiro’s Project FUEL life lesson promotes simple acts of philanthropy
Never miss a moment to share words of encouragement and support.
This Kidsburgh Hero found his voice as a youth activist working for social justice
“His passion is there. He lives it, he feels it, he’s been through it. And he can verbalize it so well.”
This Project FUEL life lesson comes from Meredith Colaizzi of Girls on the Run
“Run the mile you’re in, literally and figuratively.”
Pregnant moms are the focus of nearly $1 million in grants from the Richard King Mellon Foundation
We can always be better at bringing the right care to the right women at the right time.
This Project FUEL life lesson shows how playing second fiddle is important, too
You can accomplish a lot if you don’t feel the need to take credit for it.
Check out these family-friendly February events
Kidsburgh Ambassador Yu-Ling Behr shares the best family-friendly events this month.
Mt. Lebanon students assemble personal care kits for local families in need
Global Links’ goal is to collect 21,000 kits by the end of 2021.
This 8-year-old’s Project FUEL life lesson holds the secret to happiness
The answer is simple: Wake up happy.
Tim Smith’s Project FUEL life lesson grew from a conversation with Fred Rogers
Look for the “dusty angels.”