We hope to see you there!
On January 6th, 8th, and 9th Freshman Class President, Mikayla Davic, will be hosting an event for Make-A-Wish. The event is a mystery play that will be held in the high school auditorium; Murder on 34th Street.
We hope to see you there!
Interested in trying out for the spring musical?
Auditions are being held on
Friday, December 18th and Saturday, December 19th.
PFEW is designed to give students first-hand experience with American free market economics and help you to understand how our economy, and its health, affects you no matter what career path you follow.
Leap@CMU is a summer enrichment program for high school students ran by the Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science. Students attend faculty presentations, interact with notable scientists, visit leading edge local companies and dive into their own projects. No prior experience is necessary, only curiosity and motivation
Leap@CMU is a seven week program from June 20th - August 5th, 2016 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The cost is $2200 and scholarships are available. Students must take "The Interesting Test", a collection of puzzles and mathematical problems to be admitted. Test dates start in January.
Visit: http://www/cs/cmu.edu/~leap/ for further details.
The Key Club is hosting a Card Making Party! Please join us in the guidance career room on Tuesday 12/22 afterschool to make Happy New Year’s cards for soldiers. You do not have to be a Key Club member to join. If you are interested in sending cheer and gratitude to our men and women in the military who won’t be home for the holidays, please join us!
BikePGH’s Public Allies Fellow Bridgette is helping the homeless this season and you can too.By Bridgette Wright
I’m calling all cyclists to join me in giving back this season by donating specific items that will benefit homeless people living in our city. Also, I am looking for people willing to interact with some of our homeless neighbors while passing out bags filled with basic need items by bicycle.
Deliver Care Packs by bike on Dec. 23 and 27th
Contribute to Care Packs
In the United States, over 3.5 million people experience homelessness each year. In Pittsburgh alone, there are almost 1,500 homeless people at a time, with at least 250 of them permanently unsheltered, even in the winter months. Every year more people and families from underserved communities face homelessness–losing your home with nowhere to go is such a horrific tragedy.
When someone becomes displaced they lose everything because they can only take what they could carry. The homeless sleep outside, they scramble for food, and they lose out on essential things. Homelessness also causes emotional damage, traumatic stress, mental illnesses, and even suicide. Someone you walk by everyday knows and experiences this very thing.
With Care Packs, the homeless people of Downtown Pittsburgh, and the North Shore will be reminded that people do care, and are willing to help out.As a human and a Pittsburgh Public Ally, I feel the need to help where my heart is lead. During this year’s season of giving, I am asking you to give to the people who need it the most by donating everyday necessities to fill Care Packs for the homeless._
The items we will be collecting from now until December 22nd are:
pads / tampons
Because a lot of the places where the homeless set up shelters are not car accessible, I’m looking for volunteers to hand out bags on bikes Wednesday, December 23rd from 5-7pm and on a weekend day and time to be announced (either Saturday, December 26th or Sunday, 27th). We will be meeting at the park, right by CCAC (Northside) at 5pm both days and then dispersing through the underpasses of the North Shore, by the stadiums, and the streets of Downtown Pittsburgh.
Please contact me to volunteer:
If you are interested in helping, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Any donations can be sent to or dropped off at the BikePGH office located at 188 43rd St, 15201. If you have any other questions or concerns, please call my cell at 412-467-6304.
BikePGH is looking for talented writers and visual artists
By Sarah Quinn, Volunteer Coordinator
Have you ever wanted to contribute to the BikePGH website? Here’s you chance! Ngani Ndimbie, our Communication Manager, is currently accepting applications for guest contributors. All writers, photographers, illustrators, and graphic designers are welcome to apply.
Writers should create a blog post explaining why they like to bike or walk (bonus points if you include how you would share your post on social media). Visual artists must include a link to their portfolio or at least 5 images of their work.
We at Assemble would like to invite you and the youth you serve to join us for our December Learning Party - this month's theme will be I <3 My City!
When: Wednesday, December 9th from 4-6pm
Where: Assemble, 5125 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh 15224
What: Hands-on activities related to our shared love for Pittsburgh will be led by local makers, scientists, and artists!
To register for I <3 My City, please follow this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/i-3-my-city-learning-party-tickets-19753091027
You may also find the link to the event Facebook page here:
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