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  • NA REPRESENTS AT THE BEST BUDDIES FRIENDSHIP WALK

    Posted by NASD Communications on 4/12/2024

    Lots of North Allegheny staff, students, and families—including TEAM MMS and TEAM MES—came to the BEST BUDDIES FRIENDSHIP WALK at Highmark Stadium at Station Square on Sunday, April 7 to support inclusion for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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  • HONORING THE PAST, INSPIRING THE FUTURE: DAUGHTERS OF UNION VETERANS OF THE CIVIL WAR RECOGNIZE NA HISTORY STUDENTS

    Posted by NASD Communications on 4/12/2024

    Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War (DUVCW), Madeleine Gilbert Tent (Sharon, PA) awarded Mackenzie Volpe and Michael Gauntner with certificates of appreciation for their excellence in studying American history. Both students also received $50.

    Ms. Sharon Volpe, math teacher at NASH, along with NASH principal Mr. Matt Buchak, presented the certificates and checks to the students.

    Ms. Volpe and her daughter are both members of the DUVCW—Women who can trace and prove their lineage to someone who supported the Union during the Civil War can serve in the organization. The women meet monthly in Sharon, PA. Information can be found at DUVCW.org

    The namesake for the Western PA tent, Madeleine Gilbert, “was born January 21, 1849 in Mercer County, PA. At 13 years of age Madaleine was too young to take an active part in the Civil War, but she worked diligently making lint bandages and other supplies. For three years she nursed and helped in the care of the sick and wounded Union soldiers. Later she herself became an invalid. She met and married Samuel Gilbert of Co. D., 17th Ohio, 9th Vol. of the Civil War. To this marriage five children were born, one of whom was Frank Gilbert, a future mayor of Sharon.”

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  • NA AFJROTC CADETS EXPERIENCE "CURRICULUM IN ACTION" IN NYC!

    Posted by NASD Communications on 4/5/2024

    From April 3-5, thirty-two cadets from North Allegheny's Air Force JROTC traveled to West Point on their annual "Curriculum in Action (CIA)" trip to visit the nation's oldest military academy, then headed to New York City! Staying at the Park Central Hotel, they visited the Intrepid Aircraft Carrier Museum, attended the Broadway smash musical "Hamilton," and concluded the trip with a visit to the 9/11 Memorial and One World Observatory.

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  • PUT YOUR HANDS TOGETHER FOR...THE TALENTED STUDENTS OF CMS!

    Posted by NASD Communications on 4/1/2024

    CMS has talent! On Thursday, March 21, twenty-one Carson Middle School students took to the stage to sing, dance, play the piano, perform a bit of magic, and more, while nineteen additional hard-working students worked behind the scenes to bring the show to life. The result was a fantastic show!

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  • MAKING A SPLASH! LADY TIGERS WIN 2ND STRAIGHT PIAA CROWN, NA BOYS TAKE 3RD PLACE

    Posted by NASD Communications on 3/21/2024

    Swimming & Diving Champs

    The North Allegheny girls’ swimming and diving team won a second consecutive PIAA Class AAA championship on Thursday at Bucknell University. The NA Boys were also impressive and posted a third-place showing at the PIAA championships. 

    For the Lady Tiger swimmers, a dazzling performance was turned in by senior Natalie Sens, who won state gold in the 100-yard backstroke with a time of 101.48. The 400 free relay quartet of sophomores Eva OgdenClaire Bacu and Dani Hinkson, and senior Greta Mott, placed fourth.

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  • READY TO RUMBLE (AND READ)! BATTLE OF THE BOOKS AT MES!

    Posted by NASD Communications on 3/15/2024

    MES Battle of the Books

    On Thursday, March 14—after months of preparation—ninety eight students from fourth and fifth grade at Marshall Elementary competed against their classmates in Battle of the Books! In addition, over 20 National Honors Society students from NASH, led by senior Amanda Campos, helped to make this event happen. These high school students read and wrote all of the questions for the battle, served as judges and scorekeepers, supervised the doors, organized folders, and made many more amazing contributions to allow this opportunity for the elementary students. It was very exciting!

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  • NA SENIOR WINS SILVER IN THE FIRST-EVER PIAA GIRLS WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIPS!

    Posted by NASD Communications on 3/15/2024

    Leyna Rumpler, NA Wrestling Champ

    Senior Leyna Rumpler became North Allegheny’s first WPIAL champion in program history by claiming district gold at 155 pounds. She then capped an historic career at North Allegheny with a second-place performance at the PIAA girls’ individual wrestling championship in Hershey. Rumpler, who won gold at states last season at 148 pounds, earned her second silver medal at states on Saturday by finishing in second place at 155 pounds. She also took second place at the state championships as a sophomore.

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  • CONGRATULATIONS ELENA XIAO—2024 CARSON SCHOLAR!

    Posted by NASD Communications on 3/11/2024

    2024 Carson Scholar Elena Xiao

    Congratulations to Elena Xiao, 8th Grader at Ingomar Middle School, on being selected a 2024 Carson Scholar! Elena was chosen because she has demonstrated the highest standards of academic achievement, integrity, and civic and social responsibility. With this honor, Elena will receive a scholarship award that will be invested for her college education. Way to go, Elena!

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  • ORIGIN STORIES... NA SENIORS RETURN TO THEIR ROOTS AT BWE FOR READ ACROSS AMERICA DAY!

    Posted by NASD Communications on 3/7/2024

    BWE Read Across America

    This is the 18th year that seniors from NASH who attended Bradford Woods Elementary School were invited to come back to read one of their favorite childhood books to the current students. It is one of the most heartwarming days. We love seeing these seniors who have grown into such great young adults share their time and voices with our little ones!

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  • THE MANE EVENT! NASD STUDENTS PARTICIPATED IN FACIAL HAIR FEBRUARY

    Posted by NASD Communications on 3/4/2024

    NASD Student participated in Facial Hair February

    Students across the District participated in Facial Hair February to benefit Highmark's The Caring Place. The NASH team raised over $2,000!

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