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!
On October 29, the Ambridge Area School District held its 3rd annual Technical Trade Expo. This event is designed to promote industry and trade related prospects to students in the 11th and 12th grade. Many opportunities are currently available to those choosing the non-traditional, four-year collegiate route; it is here where students were able to partner with local organizations including Almatis, Impact Guard, Pennaflame, O'neal Manufacturing, American Subcontractors Association and Sukup Structures allowing them the ability to train and start careers directly from high school making a substantial salary.
In addition, Judge Ross, a pioneer for unions in the Beaver County area, came to speak with representatives to alert students of the countless jobs becoming available in their industries. Thank you to all who made this day a great success. We look forward to next year and building community partnerships for our students! If you have any questions regarding this event please contact Mrs. Santini or Mrs. Brewer.
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.
Ambridge Area Middle School students crafted entries for the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture's 2020 Calendar Contest. This year's calendar features the Spotted Laternfly.
The purpose of the contest is to educate students and their families about the importance of inspecting items prior to leaving a quarantine area. Students are required to learn details about the spotted lanternfly here, and then craft artwork that includes at least one fact about the invasive insect. Complete guidelines for submission can be found here.
Entries will be judged in four divisions: first and second grade, third and fourth grade, fifth and sixth grade, and seventh and eighth grade. First, second and third place winners will be named in each division, with a grand prize winner selected from the first place division winners. Each division winner will have their artowrk appear on a page in the 2020 Spotted Lanternfly Awareness Calendar.
Winners will be notified December 16-20, 2019 and announced at the 2020 Pennsylvania Farm Show.
Our annual Harvest Fest Art Show was a great success. Congratulations to all of our talented winners:
9th grade 1st & People’s Choice Award- Erin Finnegan
2nd - Naomi Husted
3rd - Jaida Kinter
10th grade 1st- Haley Hogue
2nd- Danielle Carpenter
3rd – Brionna Lee
11th grade 1st – Breonna Sea
2nd Khloe Terry
3rd Kyra Ogbara
12th grade 1st Quinn Kelly
2nd Hannah Suckfiel
3rd Bianca Castille
Students in Mrs. Weale's Life Skills classes at the middle school are making friends the old fashioned way - by being pen pals!
Mrs. Weale's students have teamed up with the Life Skills class at Mars High School to do a Pen Pal project. By writing their letters, students are able to work on their grammar, spelling, penmanship and computer skills with the added bonus of making new friends.
The students will correspond several times during the school year. The best part will come at the end of the school year when the pen pals will have the opportunity to meet each other.
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.
Ambridge Area High School is pleased to host the National Math and Science Initiative (NMSI) training Friday, Oct. 11 and Saturday, Oct. 12. AAHS welcomed teaching staff from: Washington, California, Florida, Missouri, Montana, Texas, Virginia, Ohio and throughout Pennsylvania. Learn more about NMSI, and the three-year grant the Ambridge Area School District received, through the initiative here.