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School News

It has been a long process, but the bees have returned to Thomas Jefferson High School. Approximately 2 1/2 years ago, high school Gifted Support teacher, Dan Giger, with the help of then-novice beekeepers Laurie Woodward, her husband Jason Woodward, and mentor, professional Chris Varo of Sonny Rose Ranch, started an Apiary Club. The intention of the club was, and still is, to teach interested students about bees and their intricate relationship with nature and humans.


Pleasant Hills Middle School (PHMS) students were recognized by the West Jefferson Hills School District Board during their November 16 meeting for serving as Student Council officers and their role in the school’s successful Thanksgiving Food Drive.


Four Jefferson Hills Intermediate School students were recognized by the West Jefferson Hills School Board during Tuesday night’s monthly meeting.


The Pleasant Hills Middle School’s annual Thanksgiving Food Drive again was a huge success, thanks to staff, students, families and members of the community coming together to help those in need. The drive has been a tradition for more than 20 years for PHMS students, staff and the community to provide food and again demonstrate the empathy District families have for those in need in the community. 


Ten Thomas Jefferson High School students were recognized by the West Jefferson Hills School Board for a variety of recent achievements, service and dedication.



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