State Street Elementary
Students in Kindergarten through Fifth Grade were awarded a certificate for being chosen as January’s Physical Education Star Students of the month. Mrs. Parisi has dedicated a bulletin board in the gym to honor her students and has established the following criteria for the award: Not absent on a Gym Day, do an excellent job calling out the warm-ups, be a good role model in class, extra effort, and encouraging fellow classmates to do their best.
Along with Mrs. Parisi in the picture are: ACE CRUMB, FRANESCA BATCH, MICAH SABOL, CALEB LEWIS, NINA JEVSJUKOVA, MILES STANLEY, JAYCENN ARNOLD, ALAYNA GAZDA, CIENNA PIVARNIK & JUAN KLINSIC.
Missing from the picture are: KALINA HERNANDEZ and FAITH AGUIRRE.
Congratulations to all!
Please be aware that all P.E. classes are doing a Jump Rope for Heart Fundraiser for the American Heart Association the week of Jan. 24 - Jan 30. All packets were given out in P.E. classes. If your child needs another one, please see Mrs. Parisi. All packets or online fundraising are due when your child has P.E. that week.
INCENTIVES FOR JUMP ROPE FOR HEART FUNDRAISER:
1. P.E. TEACHER FOR THEIR CLASS – Student that raises the most money in each class (over $40) will pick what they want to do in class, the next week.
2. $50 Club, $100 Club or higher. A group photo of the students who raise the set amount of money will be put on the school web site.
3. Top two fundraising students will get their picture taken handing the check to Tim Creamer (American Heart Association Youth Market Director). This picture will be put on the school’s web site.
4. All students that participate will get a free ticket to a Pirates baseball game when an adult ticket is purchased on the form. (Will come with the thank-you gifts.)
5. Plus all the HEART HEROES Characters and Thank-You Gifts you've earned.
Any questions, please contact Susan Parisi at (724)266-2833 Ext. 6221 Economy and Ext. 4270 State Street
State Street Elementary School students and staff spent the morning honoring and celebrating local veterans for their service to their community and their country. Breakfast was served to the 20 veterans who attended, followed by a special presentation of "thank you" cards from the preschool class. Entertainment was provided by the Ambridge High School Steel Drum Band.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION STAR STUDENTS OF THE MONTH FOR OCTOBER, 2019
STATE STREET ELEMENTARY
Students in Kindergarten through Fifth Grade were awarded a certificate forbeing chosen as October Physical Education Star Students of the month. Mrs. Parisi has dedicated a bulletin board in the gym to honor her students and has established the following criteria for the award: Not absent on a Gym Day, do an excellent job calling out the warm-ups, be a good role model in class, extra effort, and encouraging fellow classmates to do their best. Along with Mrs. Parisi in the picture are: CHASE SZUCHY, BAYLEE KNOX, ASHDEN WAGNER, ISABELLA IORIO, TYLER GRIMM, BRAYDEN CUPP, CADEN CALER, CHAD BIBLE, MCKENZIE BROOKS, CAMERON CAIN, HAYLEY SWINDERMAN and GRACIE LEE.
Congratulations to all!
WTAE's Action 4 Weather teamed up with the Carnegie Science Center today to teach students at State Street Elementary School about the weather. The presentation included information - and hands-on demonstrations - about severe weather, natural disasters, Western Pennsylvania weather and weather safety tips.
A special thank you to WTAE and Carnegie Science Center for the fun presentation today!
Our fifth graders worked in teams to make , market, and sell products. They had to pick a theme and follow the theme for all of the items on their table. They worked together for a team goal to make the most money, but for a bigger goal to raise money for Children’s Hospital and the Caring Place. The children learned to work together and make compromises for the good of the group. This was a wonderful learning experience for everyone.
The Ambridge Area School District will have a scheduled two-hour delay for all schools on Wednesday, Oct. 16. A full breakfast will still be served at all District schools on Wednesday. Students are encouraged to stop by the cafeteria upon arrival to enjoy breakfast before classes begin.