By Bill West TRIB TOTAL MEDIA Friday, Oct. 24, 2014, 11:06 p.m. Updated 13 hours ago That North Allegheny gave up a touchdown against North Hills on Friday night at Newman Stadium likely will go down as a footnote in any assessment of how the Tigers’ defense performed compared to its predecessors. A lockdown effort for three-plus quarters led No. 6 ...Read More »
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October 24, 2014 By Kevin Gorman Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review One of the fiercest rivalries in the WPIAL is coming together for a common cause that both schools hate. Even more than each other. North Allegheny and North Hills will go from nasty nemeses to partners in pink Friday night in the name of crushing cancer. Both schools will wear custom pink ...Read More »
Ethan Lott Pittsburgh Business Times There is a wide disparity in public school teacher pay between public school districts, both statewide and in the Pittsburgh region. Ten school districts have average classroom teacher salaries topping $70,000, while six of the region’s 104 districts have average salaries of less than $50,000. Click for Slideshow – How Pittsburgh-region districts pay their teachers ...Read More »
Source: TribLive By Ed Phillipps Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014, 9:00 p.m. It was only a few years ago when chemistry began to take hold of Derek Wang’s thoughts and imagination. In that short amount of time, Wang has packed a lifetime of understanding and achievement. The 2014 North Allegheny Senior High School graduate earned a silver medal this summer at the ...Read More »
October 15, 2014 9:44 PM Pittsburgh Post-Gazette By Sandy Trozzo The North Allegheny school board Wednesday hired Massaro Construction Management, LLC, to act as construction manager for the renovations of Bradford Woods and Marshall elementary schools and Marshall Middle School. Massaro will be paid $608,910 to provide the necessary preconstruction, bidding, construction oversight and project close-out services for the projects. ...Read More »
Football: North teams clinch playoff berths Written by John D’Abruzzo Pittsburgh Post Gazette Wednesday, 15 October 2014 12:45 pm. Eight teams from the Post-Gazette’s North coverage area already have clinched spots in either the WPIAL or City League playoffs. This week, however, still presents an opportunity for a handful of other teams to punch their postseason ticket. In Class AAAA, ...Read More »
September 25, 2014 10:55 AM By Sandy Trozzo Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette The North Allegheny School District staff is growing again. During discussion on the annual written report on human resources Sept. 17, board member Maureen Grosheider noted that the district has 1,041.5 full-time equivalent employees, which is up from the low point of 1,017.2 during the budget crunch two years ago. ...Read More »
Susan Bentz, a seventh-grade math teacher at Carson Middle School, received a $500 MAC grant from the McDonald’s Corporation Friday. Mrs. Bentz’s grant application caught the attention of the McDonald’s owners/operators who approve the grants because it encompasses the entire seventh grade, said Priscilla Foster, owner/operator of the Wexford McDonald’s. The grant will fund the supplies needed to decorate the ...Read More »
Kris B. Mamula Reporter-Pittsburgh Business Times North Allegheny School District has dropped Highmark Inc. health insurance, choosing instead to go with UnitedHealthcare coverage for teachers and staff effective Jan. 1, 2015. The switch was prompted by the pending divorce of Highmark and rival UPMC, which will restrict Highmark member access to UPMC hospitals and doctors, according to a memo to ...Read More »
Written by Joe Koch, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Sunday, 14 September 2014 2:15 pm. Following Wednesday’s 11-0 Section 1-AAA victory at Hempfield, the North Allegheny High field hockey team is 4-0. That’s not unrealistic. No, what’s impressive is that the Tigers have yet to yield a goal while outscoring their WPIAL opponents 29-0. North Allegheny followed up Monday’s 5-0 victory over visiting ...Read More »