The District’s motto, “In the Pursuit of Excellence,” forms the core of the District’s vision statement and serves as a guiding principle for students and staff.
Spring is high school musical season, and the Pittsburgh region has an incredible lineup of shows.
Photo above by MD Duran used by permission via Unsplash. Last June, Kidsburgh wrote about two local school districts — Elizabeth Forward and West Allegheny — which were both named […]
Four creative Parents as Allies hacks opened up a world of possibilities for members of Pittsburgh’s Superintendents’ Forum.
At Northgate, “we have this system in place to make sure that no one is going to slip through the cracks.”
These local districts were named to the League of Innovative Schools thanks to their focus on impactful, equitable learning.
After two school years filled with pandemic uncertainty, we are approaching… what? The only thing truly certain about the school year ahead is that we can’t know exactly what it will look like.
Dozens of innovative ideas have emerged from the recent Parents as Allies 2.0 design sprint, which brought together teams of educators and parents from 23 local school districts.
A half-million dollars in Moonshot Grant funding will help launch these great programs for local kids.
Here’s how the global Family Engagement Design Sprint is building on pandemic-fueled progress.
We want to hear from parents and caregivers on what they feel is the purpose of a child’s K-12 journey. How can schools partner with families to make it the best it can be?
When students believe they will be heard, they can offer up wisdom that points to the next steps.
New programming, new initiatives and brand spanking new buildings add up to an exciting school year.