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School News

St. Elizabeth Elementary School will hold a preschool story hour open to the public on Wednesday, December 3 from 1 - 2 p.m. Any child that is 3 years old and older (and potty-trained) is welcome to attend!


By Paul Chasko

The Ringgold Elementary School South (RESS) fifth grade students celebrated Veterans Day with a musical performance that celebrated our nation of diversity where "all people are appreciated for the unique individuals they are." That was the basic theme of the performance, which highlighted all of our ethnic origins by remembering all who came to America searching for a better way of life.


Clairton was given a grant from the Heinz Endowment with the purpose to empower teachers so they can impact the lives of African-American and/or economically disadvantaged youth.


The Students of the Month for the field of art from four area high schools were honored and received certificates at the November meeting of the Old Trails Professional Women's Club at King's Restaurant in Bentleyville.


Grade 8

High Honors

Nina Alvarez, Chase Angotti



Elizabeth Quattrone, Anthony Romasco, Carina Villella


Grade 7

Highest Honors

Jennie Bostich, Jake Caldwell, Shane Simpson

High Honors

Amara Behanna, Mickey Falappi, Morgan Motycki, Frank Startare


Jillian Scherer, Elaina Serrao

Grade 6

High Honors

Jacob Brigode, Rebecca Grandinette


Clayton Rosensteel, Jesse Sala, Paige Sands


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