The five-year collective bargaining agreement is effective through June 30, 2025.
The real estate tax rate rises by .5197 mills, in conjunction with an $87.8 million spending plan.
Other Upper St. Clair High School students fare well in the event, conducted in an online format.
Brooke Tarcson has been named Pennsylvania Association of Student Councils’ Region B High School Advisor of the Year.
Donors provide food and other essential items to which those in need can help themselves.
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- Bethel Park graduate honored for self-determination, overcoming obstacles
- Director of diversity, equity and inclusion named for South Fayette schools
- Upper St. Clair School District reaches agreement with support staff union
- Wolfpack Boxing Club owner has heart for helping
- Upper St. Clair seeks applicants to fill commissioner’s post
High school students put together a special tribute in the Alexander Gilfillan Garden, which supplies produce for the South Hills Interfaith Movement’s food pantries.
The student organization receives a National Council of Excellence Award.
For donations, Eileen Guo, Kathy Li and Manjiri Palayekar create a custom digital works.
A team of high school juniors is the only team from Pennsylvania to earn top honors in the virtual event.
In-person events for graduating seniors are scheduled tentatively for the last week of July.
Painters Run Road will close just west of its intersection with McMillan Road in Upper St. Clair starting at 7 a.m. June 15.
A staffing reduction and voluntary pay freezes for administrators help keep expenditures down in the wake of uncertain revenue streams.
Warren Sickles had worked for Upper St. Clair School District since before many of the folks wishing him well were born.
Upper St. Clair Township and School District are beginning the gradual reopening of the community’s outdoor resources.
The Pittsburgh Pirates have honored Lauren Bogus, who teaches second grade at Streams Elementary School, for her positive impact on students.
South Hills Interfaith Movement partners with the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank in response to needs caused by COVID-19.
Each of the district’s six scholastic buildings is commended by the Anti-Defamation League.
Novelist Sara Pyszka’s first nonfiction book chronicles her life as a woman who is unable to walk or talk, but has a lot to say.
Five Upper St. Clair High School students are helping to make sure other kids throughout the nation have access to meals while schools remain closed.
The 409 Program provides students who have significant mental health needs with the opportunity to participate fully in their high school.
A physician and psychologist join state Rep. Natalie Mihalek in a “telephone town hall” session addressing steps that can be taken to help reduce stress and anxiety.
The grassroots mutual aid community connects people in need with people who want to provide assistance.
With the help of a business connection in China, the COVID Response Network is on the way toward fulfilling a goal of delivering 100,000 facemasks by June 1.