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Highland Bridger Readers PDF Print E-mail
Written by Michelle Wilson   
Friday, 30 May 2014 08:44

Volunteer Bridger Readers came to Highland Elementary School several times a week this spring to read with Kindergarten and First Grade Title I students. The experience for the students and the Bridger Readers was enjoyable and fun. The volunteers also donated books for each child to take home and books for the library. A big thank you to Mike and Kathy Andrews, Janet Beik, Regina Kraus, Sherry Pegher, Frank and Marie Voelker, and Karen Wood for volunteering their time with our students!

Highland Bridger Readers PDF Print E-mail
Written by Michelle Wilson   
Monday, 14 April 2014 12:32

Highland Elementary is piloting an exciting new volunteer reading program entitled “Bridger Readers.” Volunteers from the community have been coming in to read with our Kindergarten and First grade Title I students.  The students read leveled books to the volunteers, who help reinforce fluency, decoding and comprehension skills.  The volunteers have also been helping our first graders practice their lines and readings for their spring show!

The Title 1 staff of teachers at Highland is coordinating this program.  The response from both the students and volunteers has been very positive!


Beaver County 4th Grade Equations Tournament PDF Print E-mail
Written by Michelle Wilson   
Monday, 07 April 2014 15:28

Valeria Young, a fourth grade student in Mrs. Iorfido’s class, participated in the Beaver County Fourth Grade “Equations” Tournament on March 5th. The game consists of strategy and fast facts to prove equations can be solved when the goal and the solution match. She sure knows her Math facts because Valeria tied for 1st place among 80 participants who are also sharp in Mathematics!


STEM Stars Program PDF Print E-mail
Written by Michelle Wilson   
Monday, 31 March 2014 09:29

Highland students are participating in the STEM STARS after-school program at the Laughlin Memorial Library in Ambridge.  The grant funded program is a partnership with Highland Elementary, Aliquippa Elementary, the Franklin Center, the Laughlin Memorial Library and Asset Incorporated. 

The 12 week spring after-school program provides Highland students in the third and fourth grades an opportunity to explore ASSET, Inc.'s "hands-on, minds-on" elementary curriculum in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. ASSET, Inc.'s lessons present topics in a fun and creative manner to create a positive experiential learning environment for students.  The curriculum includes hands on activities, experiments and field trips.  A few topics covered during the program include polymer science, the circulatory system, and engineering.


Lil Bridgers Wrestlers PDF Print E-mail
Written by Shawn Besong   
Monday, 17 March 2014 13:25

Congratulations to four of our Lil Bridger wrestlers who brought home medals in the Area IV finals this weekend.

In particular, Highland Elementary 6th grader, Daniel Yetsick, placed 1st in his division. He will be competing in the state finals this Friday March, 21st.

Congratulations to our Lil Bridger wrestling program and good luck Daniel Yetsick at the state finals.

daniel yetsick


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Halloween Parade and Parties
Mon Nov 03 @06:00PM -
PTO Meeting
Tue Nov 04
Parent Teacher Conferences-No school for students.
Thu Nov 06 @03:30PM - 05:00PM
Title 1 Tutoring
Mon Nov 10
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