There will be a 5K Walk/Run and Carnival on August 16th benefitting State Street's PTA! We encourage you to attend, and bring your family and friends with you! While there are awards for the top finishers in each category, you can also come to walk by yourself, with a friend or with a group of people. Strollers are welcome too! Same day registration begins at 8:00 AM at the Baden Borough Complex. Afterward, come and join us for the carnival at State Street Elementary from 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM, which also benefits the State Street PTA!
So if you are looking for a great way to support the students at State Street Elementary and have some fun doing so, please join us on Saturday, August 16th for the 5K Walk/Run and Carnival! Please see the attached flyers for registration information and other details, and we hope to see you there!
Great job to the students from our elementary schools that participated in the Beaver County Battle of the Books today! They all did a fantastic job in a very tough competition! A special congratulations goes out to Team 2 from Economy that placed second in the overall competition! We are very proud of all your hard work!
Law Day, which we celebrate on May 1st, began in 1958 when President Eisenhower proclaimed Law Day to strengthen our great heritage of Liberty, justice, and equality under the law. To celebrate this day, the Beaver County Bar Association... recognizes winners of Mock Trial at the high school level and elementary winners of the Law Day Bookmark and Poetry Contest. This year Ambridge had 3 winners in the contest. Jenna McFarland from State Street won 1st place in the 3-4 grade Bookmark Contest. Rhiannon Bosh from State Street was the 2nd place winner in the 5-6 Poetry Contest. Also, in the 5-6 grade Poetry Contest, Haylee Holman from Economy, placed 3rd. Great job representing Ambridge!
Julianna Kelly, fifth grader at State Street won first place in the Sons of the American Revolution poster contest. Her poster was titled "Swamp Fox." Julianna not only placed first in the county, but went on to place first in the state She will receive a certificate and a cash prize of $300. Great job, Julianna!
Economy Elementary fourth grader Emily Linck and State Street Elementary sixth grader Shamus Fitzgerald pose for a picture at PNC park after being recognized on the field for winning second place in the Jackie Robinson poetry contest. Congratulations!