Concert Features Musical Alumni, 2019 Cast of Hunchback of Notre Dame, Raffles & Refreshments
3:00 PM Basketball - Varsity - Boys
7:30 PM Basketball - Varsity - Girls
District Statement Regarding the Incident at Highlands High School on Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019: At Highlands, the safety and security of all of our students is our number one priority. Although student matters cannot be discussed, the administration is taking the appropriate steps to address this incident in accordance with the policies and procedures set forth by the school district.
HIGH SCHOOL FAMILIES: Please note that Monday, Jan. 21, 2019 will serve as the make-up day for Aug. 31, 2018. School will be in session that day for only High School students and staff members.
PRE-K THROUGH GRADE 4 PARENTS: You are invited and encouraged to attend the Title I Parent Advisory Council Meeting on Wed., Jan. 30 from 6:00-7:30pm at the Highlands Community Center. Topics discussed will be Schoolwide Plans, Future-Ready PA Index, PTO News, Reading Night and school updates. Refreshments will also be served. Please RSVP to Mrs. Russo at email@example.com by Jan. 25.
ATTENTION SENIORS: Any HHS senior who needs to complete a Keystone project for literature must have the project turned in to Mr. Valenti or Mrs. Katz by Feb. 1, 2019. If you need the assignment, copies are in the front office or see Mr. Valenti or Mrs. Katz.
HIGHLANDS TAXPAYERS: Please note that by law as of December 31, 2018, local tax collectors are not permitted to continue collecting real estate tax payments for the 2018 year. Any accounts with unpaid balances have been transferred to the district’s delinquent tax collector, Weiss Burkardt Kramer LLC. Before making any 2018 tax payments, please contact Karlie Kovach, WBK Tax Collection Specialist, Delinquent Tax Collections Department at 412-391-0160. Thank you.
2019 NACAC Pittsburgh National College Fair is Thursday, Februrary 7 from 9am–12pm and 6:30pm-9pm and Friday, February 8 from 9am–12pm at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. Students planning to attend should register online at student registration prior to the event. See also the informational flyer.
STEAM GRANT: Kudos to elementary computer teacher Mr. Andrew Lynch! He recently received another $100 grant from AC Moore to buy STEAM supplies for Highlands Elementary School. AC Moore is an American arts and crafts retail chain with 141 locations in the eastern United States.
HIGHLANDS FAMILY OPEN SWIM NIGHTS will be held every Monday and Wednesday that school is in session from 6:30-8:00pm at the High School pool beginning Nov. 19. 2018. This free swim program is only open to Highlands families and residents. Questions should be referred to Ms. Kathy Black at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TAKE ACTION: The Highlands School Board and PSBA encourages parents and residents to take action on issues that affect public education by contacting legislators. Click here to read about the current educational issues and to send a letter to legislators through PSBA's website.