Your Search Returned 500 tagged news reports
The board accepted the resignation of Theresa Cherry, principal of Pittsburgh Manchester PreK-8. It named Michilene Pegher, a teacher at Pittsburgh Greenfield K-8, the principal of Manchester. In addition, the board named Kellie Meyer, a teacher at
ECS proposed opening another K-8 school at the district's now-closed Fort Pitt building in Garfield in fall 2015 and a 9-12 school in the former Letsche School, which has been sold, in the Lower Hill District in 2017. ECS now operates a K-8 school in
The new principal of Pittsburgh Fulton PreK-5 in Highland Park is Karen Arnold, who was a learning environment specialist at Pittsburgh King PreK-8 on the North Side. The previous principal, Kevin Bivins, was named assistant superintendent last month.
Brown / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette When James Nunn, of Big Brothers Big Sisters in Irving, Texas, first walked into the auditorium where a new initiative called Mentor2.0 was launching, he was speechless. Dozens of high school students were introducing
Jones III legalized same-sex marriage in Pennsylvania in May, she says, "We're at a standstill."...Halloran is self-employed and receives health coverage through her partner, an Allegheny County employee enrolled in the county's domestic-partner
But along the way she also passed the neighborhood's Environmental and Energy Outreach Center, a branch of Chatham University, and the popular Bakery Square signs that one of Pittsburgh's long forgotten neighborhoods is being reborn. Galante was in
The 1918 oil painting of an elegant woman in a yellow dress and a large black-brimmed hat once graced the cover of Town & Country magazine and was donated to the Pittsburgh Public Schools in the early years of the Friends of Art. But over the decades,
City Charter High School to Penn Hills High School, but if the city school board approves an expansion of the charter, the eighth-grade Class of 2017 will be able to go to a high school that ECS will operate in the former Letsche building in the Hill
Tonight's agenda included both extending the lease to enable Propel to use the building for two more years and selling the building to School Facility Development Inc., which is a nonprofit that was formed to purchase, develop and lease property to
The board approved hiring Brandywine Virtual to provide various services, including daily homeroom, daily live teacher support, 24/7 tutoring, portfolio-based assessments and online tech support for $2,557 per student for up to 300 full-time students.