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Bullying Prevention

The Highmark Foundation has provided funding over the past ten years to help schools improve their bullying prevention and intervention efforts. One of the important components of bullying prevention and intervention is parental involvement and education. Parents whose children are targeted by bullying need information and resources to support their child through this difficult time.
In an effort to provide parents with the assistance they need, the Center for Safe Schools with funding provided by the Highmark Foundation developed the PA Bullying Prevention Toolkit and companion guides. These free, downloadable tools are helpful to inform parents of the definition of bullying and how to support their children. The PA Bullying Prevention Toolkit and companion guides can be accessed at: http://www.safeschools.info/bullying-prevention.
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Prom 2017 (Pictures)

It's that time of year again. Prom has come and gone, but the images captured will remain forever. Take some time and check out all of the images in our Photo Archive of the 2017 Prom. Make sure to click the full screen option in the top right corner of the images to see them better. More +

Former Quip Student Honored for Service

Andrew Nunn has recently been featured in the spring issue of the Allegheny College magazine Engaged.  Aliquippa students can make a positive change in the world around us, with the help of all of us to unlock their potential and help them realize their worth. Click this article to see a copy of the Engaged article about Andrew Nunn. More +

Summer Jump Off (7th & 8th Grade Girls Group)

This is a girls group run by WPPC -School Based Behavioral Health Program. The girls group will work on Anger Management skills, Emotion Regulation, Bullying, Self-esteem and other topics that relate to the group. Click the article for more information. More +

Mr. T's Videos of the Week

Mr. T is at it again! Aliquippa's son comes through again with footage straight from his travels to the fields and courts where the Quips show their skills. Check out this year's videos here, and tune in each week for more exciting videos. More +

High School Students visit Slippery Rock University

Dr. Linda Zane, Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education at Slippery Rock University hosted Aliquippa High School students to a classroom immersion field trip on Friday, March 31st. Participants had the option of selecting from one of three different lectures; Modern Dance Technique, Sustainability in the Hospitality Industry, or Communication Concepts. Students have a clearer understanding of the expectations involving college attendance. Students know the application/acceptance process of Slippery Rock University, while realizing how to get money to pay for college.

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We Remain #24 STRONG

The Aliquippa School District is deeply saddened by the loss of a member of our school community, DiMantae Bronaugh, grade 12 student, in the Aliquippa Junior/Senior High School. He was a remarkable young man and a true asset to the school community. Tragically, his life ended way too soon. The school district’s thoughts and prayers are with his family in this time of sorrow and sadness. It is important that we all remain #24 STRONG for his family and our students.

Grief support will be available for students and staff members in the Junior/Senior High School and in the Aliquippa Elementary School upon request.

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Sign up for e-Alerts!

Parents and Students:  Register on our site to find out about school delays and closings as soon as they are posted. It's quick, it's easy, and best of all, it's free! More +

The Stadium Fund - Together we can fix up "The Pit"

Thanks to the efforts of active members of the community, the Aliquippa School District is proud to announce that we have set up a Stadium Capital Reserve Fund. Donations to the fund are tax deductible and will go directly to fixing issues with the stadium. Click "Read More" for more information. More +

Internet Essentials from Comcast

Comcast wants to bring the power of the internet to more students and families across the country. Find out how you can get high-speed internet service for only $9.95 (+tax) a month! No Contract, no credit check, and no installation fee. They can also provide a low-cost ($149.99+tax) computer with free Internet training. Read the article for more information. More +

Cyber Harassment of a Child

On July 10, 2015, Governor Wolf signed Act 26 of 2015 into law, resulting in the creation of a new crime: Cyber Harassment of a Child (18 PA.C.S. §2709 (a.1)).  Click "Read More" for more information. More +

Notice of Opportunity Scholarships

Parent notification for Opportunity Scholarships - Notice of Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit Program More +
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