Would you like to meet the new Principal at Fulton? Learn about the kids’ ceramics program at the Union Project? Find out what its like to be a Middle School Mentor? Or ask questions of School Board Representative Holley?
Join us for the HPCC Monthly meeting on October 16th for a discussion on education and kids’ programming here in Highland Park featuring:
* Mrs. Karen Arnold, the new Prinicpal of Fulton K-5
* Dr. Regina Holley, PPS Board Representative District 2
* Jenna Vanden Brink, Union Project Ceramics Program Coordinator
* The Middle School Mentoring project at the Obama Academy
We will also be voting in our new members: Nell Gladson; Amber Quick and James McAdams. Please help us welcome them to the Board.
The meeting will start at 7:00pm and will be held at our usual location at St Andrew’s Church at 5801 Hampton Street.
“Come Be a Part of History in the Making”
All are invited to attend the Heth’s Run Bridge Official Ribbon Cutting & Opening Celebration.
Thursday, October 9, 2014
11 A.M. Prompt
All residents are invited to take part in a historic photo of the ribbon cutting on the new bridge!
The Pittsburgh Police will conduct state-required basic recruit low-light training on September 17 & 18 and October 1 & 2. Training will be completed by 9:00p.m. each evening. They apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.
You can make a difference with a Middle Schooler this Fall at the Obama Academy. Training is provided, and the meeting time is Thursdays at 12:35pm. Middle Schoolers with mentors:
* Are more engaged in school
* Get better grades
* Make attendance a priority
* Enjoy time with their mentors
* Learn about all kinds of things
Visit http://unitedwaypittsburgh.org/mentor/ to sign up. Be a Middle School Mentor is an initiative of United Way of Allegheny County in partnership with the Mentoring Partnership of Southwestern Pennsylvania and Pittsburgh Public Schools.