As the school year progresses, the MJROTC program has been working diligently in the areas of community service and community connections throughout Beaver County. On behalf of the MJROTC program and Ambridge Area School District, please join us in the recognition of our student’s community events and promotions with the following pictures and articles.
Mistletoe Court 2017
Caring Place Poster Contest Winner Olivia Huellen
For the second year in a row, one of our State Street Elementary students won the Grief Awareness Poster Contest sponsored by the Caring Place. Olivia Huellen, 5th grader at State Street Elementary won the elementary division of the contest. Her poster will be displayed in elementary schools across the state of Pennsylvania for Grief Awareness Day on November 16th. We are so proud of Olivia and her accomplishment!
Bridger Spirit Day at Highland Elementary
We would like to thank all the parents, guardians, students and staff members that helped make the First Annual Transition night a wonderful success at Ambridge Area High School!
For your reference, the 2018 – 2019 Transition Night Presentation, 2018 – 2019 Course Flow Charts and the 2018 – 2019 Course of Studies Book is now listed at: www.ambridge.k12.pa.us > Schools > Senior High School > Left hand side: Guidance Tab > Scheduling.
Congratulations to the following students!
9th Grade Student of the Month
10th Grade Student of the Month
11th Grade Student of the Month
12th Grade Student of the Month
9th Grade Extra Effort
10th Grade Extra Effort
11th Grade Extra Effort
12th Grade Extra Effort
The musical Beauty and the Beast was performed at the Ambridge Area Highschool from Thursday, March 9 to Sunday, March 12. Main roles in the musical were played by Megan Huey, Dmytri Rakovan, and Ryan Mikush, as well as many others. View the rest of the article to see the entire cast list, as well as some additional pictures from the play taken by Alan Freed from the Ambridge Connection.
Students in Kindergarten through Sixth Grade were awarded a certificate for being chosen as Sept. Physical Education Star Students of the month. Mrs. Parisi has dedicated a bulletin board in the gym to honor her students. Mrs. Parisi has established the following criteria for the award. Not absent on a Gym Day, a good role model in class, extra effort, and encouraging fellow classmates to do their best. Along with Mrs. Parisi in the picture are: ANTHONY MANGANELLO, BENTLEY LUCCI, RAEGAN KEBER, JACOB TURKO, KENNEDY HUMMERT, OLLIVER POWELL, ALYSSA KINKADE, HANNAH HOHMAN, SYDNEY SMITH, ADDISON CREESE, MIKALAH WETZEL, COOPER SCHEIDEMANTLE, LAUREN MEALIE, BENJAMIN WEIGAND, HARRISON HILL, RONALD NOULLET, SAMUEL MILLER, JOSEPHINE REDDICK, ANNABELLE HRINKO, SYDNEY KLASS, JULIA BENNETT & NOAH GALAZKA.
Missing from the picture is: JOSHUA KUNY
Congratulations to all!
Congratulations to the February Student of the Month and Extra Effort Award Winners!
Student of the month
9th Cade Grable
10th Riley Sas
11th Miranda D'Antoni
12th Tom Caton
9th Charish Jones
10th Jenna head
11th Daniel Elliott
12th Sanatha Yorke
Tony Kraus, Sr placed 6th in the 200y IM & got his best time ever placing 10th in the 100y breast stroke.
Sarah Doncevic, Fr placed 8th in the 100y back stroke and 11th in the 50y freestyle.
Congratulations to the winners of the Highland Random Acts of Kindness month!
Highland hosted a Family STEAM night on February 22. Students and their families participated in an evening of fun, hands-on activities and challenges. The evening included cookies provided by Highland’s PTO and door prizes.
There were nine interactive stations:
Station #1 – Little Bits Little Bits are a platform of electronic building blocks. The bits snap together with magnets. Families invented something using Little Bits.
Station #2 - Legos and Blocks Families were challenged to build a replica of the Washington Monument.
Station # 3 – Art Bot Using a cup, marker, toothbrush, and tape, families worked to invent an Art Bot that created art autonomously.
Station #4 – Gears, Gears, Gears Families engaged critical thinking skills as they engineered with colorful gears.
Station #5 – Bee Bot Families programed our Bee Bots to follow commands.
Station #6 – Famous Failures – Families read through examples of famous people who turned failure into success.
Station #7 – Puzzlets This award winning tech-ed platform combines hands on play with interactive gaming. Station #8 – Squishy Circuits Families built circuit together and explored electricity.
Station #9 – Used Book Sale Thank you to the Interact clubs at the Jr. High and High School for collecting used books for the sale.
The evening was made possible through a grant from Highmark, Shell, and the Beaver County Educational Trust.
Special thanks are extended to Mrs. Hoover, the Highland PTO, and the volunteers for the evening - Mrs. Fisher, Mrs. Fedora, Caylin Fedora, Mrs. Kuhel, Ms. J. Kuhel, Mrs. Bupp, Mrs. Bell, Savannah Bell, Talan Bell, Sami Freed, Riley Sas, and Mr. and Mrs. Webb. Thank you also to Mrs. Henry, Mrs. Carpenter, Mrs. McCoy, Goldie and Jane.
For the past 2 weeks, my classes have been doing a real-life "text-dependent-analysis" as they have been studying Titanic's Final Mystery, a documentary about the tragedy. They have examined the evidence, analyzed their findings, and determined that the actual cause of the Titanic's sinking in 1912 was a cold-water mirage that made the iceberg virtually invisible to the naked eye. Each student was also given an RMS Titanic ticket with a real passenger's name and information. At the end of the unit, they got to find out if their passenger lived or perished. This is a cross-curricular study that the kids have really enjoyed!
The Junior High Bridgers are sending two boys to Junior High States!
Tyler Holman qualified at 87lbs, placing third!
Jacob Traupman qualified at 187lbs as the Area IV runner up!
They will compete at the Pennsylvania Junior Wrestling State Championship in Johnstown next weekend! Great work, Bridgers!
After some tough wrestling by the Varsity Bridgers today at sections, three of our boys qualified for WPIALS!
113, 3rd place, Daniel Yetsick
126, 3rd place, Jacob Dunlap
160, 5th place, Justin Hassick
The boys will compete in the WPIAL finals next weekend at Canon Mac High School.
State Street Elementary hosted the District Sixth Grade Spelling Bee on Friday, February 24, 2017. One student from each homeroom represented their school. Economy Elementary representatives were Julia Bennett, Bobby Godfrey, Molly Green, and Collin Kloos. Highland Elementary representatives were Tyler McKnight, Haley Johnson, Carmen Sylvester, and Hunter Morrison. State Street Elementary representatives were Lily Park and Naomi Pedigo.
The runner-ups were Nathan Bosh, Josh Hohman, Caison Holland, Brendan Jones, Madison Mahalic, Trusten Carter, Jason Harvey, Tessah Cheran, Sarah Firich, and Harley Turner.
Congratulations to all of our participants. The first place winner for the district was Lily Park of State Street Elementary. The second place winner was Julia Bennett from Economy Elementary and the third place winner was Naomi Pedigo from State Street Elementary. Lily will advance to the county bee in May 2017 at Western Beaver.
Great Job Sixth Grade!