Penn State Beaver has a wide selection of academic and sports-themed summer camps for students ages 6-17. Please see the attached flyer for more information.
Posted Friday, March 17, 2023
The Quips will be traveling to Peters Township on Saturday, March 18th to take on Bishop Canevin at 1:30 PM in PIAA Class 2A Quarter Finals. Tickets are only available online - NO GATE SALES. Link for tickets: https://www.piaa.org/sports/tickets.aspx?from=hellobarPeters Township High School: 121 Rolling Hills Drive; McMurray, PA 15217
Seniors in the African American Studies classes created exhibitions for a Black History Month Museum presented at Aliquippa Elementary School. Elementary students learned about Africa, slavery, the Harlem Renaissance, the Divine 9 (African American fraternities and sororities), the Underground Railroad, Afro-Latinos and African Americans in politics/government, sports, literature, music, actors and actresses, Women in the Civil Rights Movement, and scientists and inventors.Students also had the opportunity to engage in a virtual museum on the Smart Board by clicking different pictures and videos to learn more about Africans and African Americans in different curriculum content areas. The content areas covered were US History I, US History II, Civics and Economics, World Geography, and the 21st Century. View photos here.
Posted Friday, February 24, 2023
When: Sunday, April 23rd, 2023Where: Shadow Lakes Country ClubBanquet Flyer
Posted Wednesday, February 22, 2023
Open Part-Time and Full-Time PositionsBeaver County YMCA • 2236 Third Ave. • New Brighton, PA 15066 • 724-891-THE-YVisit beavercountyymca.org to applyStarting at $7.25-$10.00/HR •Flexable ScheduleRewarding Work in a Fun environment • FREE MEMBERSHIP
Posted Tuesday, February 21, 2023
Aliquippa students in grades 11-12 were invited to participate in the Student Black History Month Summit and Essay Contest organized by Stop the Violence Pittsburgh. On February 15th, students traveled to Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall in Pittsburgh where, among other things, they attended history presentations from the staff of the University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University, and CCAC. Students learned about the music history of jazz in Pittsburgh as well as the history of hip-hop and hip-hop legends from Pittsburgh. They also learned about Black women who made an impact in Pittsburgh, including some who were known nationally, and the photographer who photographed them and the Hill District in the past. At the end of the event, essay contest awards were presented. The essay topic was Juneteenth. Aliquippa High School students submitted the most essays out of all participating schools! Each school that submitted essays had a first, second, and third place winner. From Aliquippa, the winners were: First Place: Jahnaya Lay-Harvey $100, Second Place: Melissa Tepanrcatl-Chavero $50, and Third Place: Myracle Perkins $25. In addition, first, second, and third place awards were given out of all participating schools combined, and Aliquippa won first place with Jahnaya Lay-Harvey's essay. She received an additional $300 and a trophy. Congratulations to all participants and winners! View photos here.
Posted Friday, February 17, 2023