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School Board candidate uses internal district e-mail list to drum up votes

May 16, 2017 Access McCandless Staff   In an email sent to members of the North Allegheny Unified Boosters Organization (UBO) last week, school board candidate Bruce Martindale urged members to support his stance on the the North Allegheny Athletics program stating that the current board does not “embrace” the “importance of athletics.”  The email, dated Wednesday, May 10, 2017 ...

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Proposed Elimination of North Allegheny’s Third Grade Strings Program

Quartet of Strings

Members of the North Allegheny community will have another week to express feedback on the proposed Elimination of North Allegheny’s Third Grade Strings Program.** Approximately forty-three emails had been received by the board strongly supporting the program, and several members of the community spoke at tonight’s meeting. The school board WILL vote next week on the issue: Wednesday, April 26, ...

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North Allegheny Special Education Parent Networking Group

Friday, March 10th, 9:30-11:30 a.m. at the Baierl Center. Dyslexia is one of the most common learning disabilities, affecting about 1 in 10 children. At our next meeting, Janet Becker, Director of the Pittsburgh Children’s Dyslexia Center, will discuss some of the misconceptions surrounding dyslexia and the multi-sensory instructional approaches used to remediate it. We hope you can join us ...

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North Allegheny Indoor Rowing Championship had more than 250 participants

March 7, 2017 North Allegheny Indoor Rowing Championship regatta took place on Feb. 25 at the Marshall Middle School. Check out the article from the Trib!   

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North Allegheny Senior Accepted to Pitt Scholars Program

May 19, 2016 NASH senior Regina Munsch will head off to the Nordenberg Leadership Scholars Program at the University of Pittsburgh, according to the Tribune-Review. Munsch, of Franklin Park, receives a full-tuition scholarship valued at over $110,000. Visit the Tribune Review to read the article in it’s entirety.  

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NA School Board Passes Tax Hike

Well, there we have it, McCandless.  The NA School Board voted 6-3 last night to pass a tax hike to help fund the new technology plan.  Because the school is still in a deficit situation, chances are good that we’re going to see additional hikes next year. Our readers are sounding off!  Join us on our facebook page!  Or leave ...

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NA School Board Poised to Raise Taxes

According to a recent Post Gazette article, the North Allegheny School Board is likely to vote on Wednesday to increase taxes. Join the discussion on our facebook page! Get the full story here:  http://www.post-gazette.com/local/north/2015/06/20/North-Allegheny-school-board-to-consider-2-versions-of-budget-prior-to-vote/stories/201506190277

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30 North Allegheny Teachers to Retire

The Post Gazette has reported that 30 North Allegheny teachers will retire. According to the PG, among the retirements accepted March 25 was Marshall Middle School principal Cynthia Kainaroi, who has been with the district for 18 years. During the March 16 work session, board member Maureen Grosheider thanked the teachers and Ms. Kanaroi for their years of service. Click ...

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Three North Allegheny Students Take First Place at 2015 Pittsburgh Science & Engineering Technical Fair!

Three North Allegheny students score first place wins at the 2015 Pittsburgh Regional Science & Engineering Fair! (Projects are displayed at the Carnegie Science Center from now until April 6th.) — Adele Fernando, Ingomar Middle (6th Grade) in the Computer Science/Math category — Roma Ranade, Ingomar Middle (6th Grade) in the Consumer Science category — Thomas (Ik-Hyun) Kim, NASH in the Medicine/Health/ ...

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North Allegheny School District wrestles with criminal clearances for volunteers

November 12, 2014 10:39 PM By Sandy Trozzo Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette   Administrators in the North Allegheny School District thought they had the perfect compromise to require criminal clearances for volunteers. They were set to propose that the district contract with the Secure Volunteer program to provide state police and child abuse clearances online for $16.95. School volunteers would be ...

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