Tuesday Evening Bingo at St. Elizabeth Parish is in need of Volunteers. Their Tuesday evening bingo is in need of help on the floor and in the kitchen. Please contact Teresa Moeslein at 412-613-6520 if interested. This is a great way to get involved, make contacts for when you apply for part-time jobs, great for college applications and will help you feel connected to your community!
Donte's is across from Dorito's in South Park.
They are looking for someone to work approximately 20 hours making pizza and hoagies. Must be 16 years or older. $7.50 per hour.
Contact 412-655-2004 or apply in person.
Must be available every other weekend to work
Jefferson Memorial Park
Dear Baldwin-Whitehall Community:
The District has received notice that Weyman Road in Whitehall will be closed from Baptist Road to Village Lane (behind Caste Village) beginning on Monday, September 25th though about mid November.
We expect this closure to directly impact our transportation schedules, not only for Harrison Middle School, Whitehall Elementary School and McAnnulty Elementary School, but for the other schools that our fleet serves as well since most of our buses travel the roads near the affected area at some point during the morning or afternoon routes.
The District has made efforts to adjust schedules and routes to minimize the impact of this closure, however we ask for you patience and understanding during this time. If buses are running more than 30 minutes late, SKYLERT messages will be used to communicate with the families.
While we regret this inconvenience, the long term goals will result in a safer community for everyone.
Randal A. Lutz, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools
Startable 2017 Recap
It was another wonderful year of Startable! This summer's rigorous eight week curriculum featured 14 maker courses and more than 20 entrepreneurship workshops. For the first time, we also piloted a music program that resulted in six students releasing their own debut album.
On August 17, the program culminated in a final event and showcase where students could premier their businesses to the community. The final event featured a market of student products, a pitch competition, and an album release party.
In two hours, the students made over $5000 at their market, almost twice the amount that was made during the 2016 market. This year's pitch competition awarded almost $2000 in cash prizes and featured six talented students laying out their business plans for investment. The winning pitcher, Dominique, created a bedroom set for African American young women promoting self-love.
The night wrapped with a live concert by our music cohort, which brought down the house with its energy and considerable talent. Check out the event coverage from the Pittsburgh Post Gazette and Remake Learning.
For many students, the summer was just the beginning of their business ventures. Check out our student business directory for links to active social media, shop and album pages where you can follow their journeys and purchase work.
Does this interest you? Were you thinking as you read, "I'm an Entrepreneur!!"? Follow them and get involved now!
Baldwin Whitehall School District
Start your holiday shopping with us!
Friday October 6th through
Monday October 9th
Vera Bradley South Hills Village
15% off your entire purchase
As well as a chance to win
a back to school gift set worth
Use code: BWS
You run a mile. You eat six donuts. And then you run another mile. Sunday, Oct. 1, at 10:30 a.m. in Schenley Plaza.
That's if you're in the competitive division of the Pittsburgh Donut Dash, a crazy and awesome fundraiser for the ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease) foundation Live Like Lou.
But don't panic: There's a "casual" division also: You run OR WALK a mile. You eat a donut or two IF you want to. You run OR WALK another mile.
Join Mr. Harrison and the Purbalite, Lit Guild, the Girls Volleyball Team, the Boys Soccer Team, the Special Olympics and Key Club members! Here's the scoop:
*This is NOT an official Baldwin event. Students will register on their own, and get their own transportation down to Oakland and back home.
*What does this thing look like? It's a flat, one-mile loop around Schenley Plaza. Check out photos below and here: http://www.pghdonutdash.org/the-event/
*How to register: https://pghdonutdash.crowdchange.co/fundraiser/476
*If you're interested, please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org so I can make a list of the teams, clubs, and classes participating.
Looking for a way to help your students learn about health risks, contribute to the greater good, and earn some recognition too?
As part of the Allegheny Quits for Life campaign, Tobacco Free Allegheny is hosting a Public Service Announcement video contest for youth in grades 6 through 12. Youth can enter as a team or as an individual and are encouraged to used evidence-based research to make their videos factual and fun for youth their own age
Entrants can choose from four topics to create a video:
- e-cigarettes and hookahs and the dangers surrounding them;
- the Tobacco Resistance Unit (TRU), a youth advocacy program run by the American Lung Association (ALA) and why youth should get involved in fighting the tobacco industry;
- the dangers of tobacco and why Allegheny County residents should quit smoking for life.
- Tobacco 21
Entries should be submitted/posted by 11:59pm on October 6th, 2017
Winning videos will be placed on the Tobacco Free Allegheny, Allegheny County Health Department, and other partner websites, as well as used during the Allegheny Quits for Life Smoking Cessation Awareness Week (November 12-18, 2017). Students can enter submissions as either a team or an individual, divided into two divisions: grades 6-8 (middle school) and grades 9-12 (high school).
To help get started, students should visit the Center for Disease Control’s tobacco page (https://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/index.htm). For more information on TRU, visit www.truinpa.org.
Questions can be emailed to Brittany Huffman (email@example.com)
The name and photo associated with your Google account will be recorded when you upload files and submit this form. Notsusantarasevich@gmail.com? Switch account
Susan L. Tarasevich, Ed.D.
Prevention-Education & SAP Services
Addiction Medicine Services of Western Psychiatric Institute & Clinic
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Franklin Building, Floor 4
1011 Bingham Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
3 on 3 Basketball Fundraiser - Sunday, October 1, 2017
Check it out!
The Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium is once again offering job shadow experiences like no other in the area. Students with a sincere interest in animal-related careers may enjoy attending one or all of our programs during the school year. I have attached a printable flyer that lists all of our Teen Programs here at the Zoo. More information and online registration links for Keeper Conversations and Pizza with the Keepers (our two job shadow programs exclusively for high school students) can be found here, under the Keeper Interactions tab: http://www.pittsburghzoo.org/TeenPrograms
Thank you very much! We hope to see your students soon!
Conservation Education Dept.
One Wild Place
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
412-365-2527 (Sun. – Thurs.)
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