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School Board Meeting

The BPSD will hold a school board meeting on Tuesday, April 20 at 7 p.m. The meeting will be held virtually. Click here to learn how you can join in.

Kennywood Tickets On Sale Online or at BPHS on May 27

Bethel Park families can purchase their Kennywood FunDay Tickets online any time or at the district’s in-person sale from 4-7 p.m., on Thursday, May 27 in the high school lobby. Read More
Meals End June 11

Free Meals Program Ends June 11

This is friendly a reminder from the Bethel Park School District that all Bethel Park students, regardless of their socioeconomic status, are eligible to receive free breakfast and lunch meals through June 11, 2021.   Read More
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Preparing for Your COVID-19 Vaccination

This video is for District staff preparing to receive their final dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine on Saturday, April 10 at the Bethel Park Community Center. Read More
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Cortopassi Has Terrific PIAA Showing

Bethel Park’s Dominic Cortopassi had himself quite a weekend at the PIAA State Swimming & Diving Championships at Cumberland Valley High School in suburban Harrisburg. Read More
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No Place for Hate Assembly

Bethel Park High School on Tuesday will host an anti-hate virtual assembly called, "No Place for Hate."  The 45-minute assembly is star-studded and made for students. Read More

Franklin Third Graders Followed the Iditarod

For a few weeks in March, third graders at Franklin Elementary intently followed Alaska’s world-renowned Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.  Read More
Pre-K Counts Program

Pre-K Counts Program at the AIU

The AIU's Pre-K Counts program provides eligible preschool children with comprehensive, in-home, or classroom programs designed to support school readiness skills. Read More
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Allegheny County Emergency Rental Assistance

Can't make rent because of COVID-19?  Apply for Allegheny County Emergency Rental Assistance to pay rent and utilities if you’ve lost income or experienced financial hardship due to the pandemic. Read More
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Camp Invention (Grades K-6): July 19-23, 2021

Bethel Park School District host Camp Invention, July 19-23, at Neil Armstrong Middle School. The cost of the five-day camp is $245. To learn more, call 1-800-968–4332 or visit invent.org/camp. Read More
Book Trailers

Animoto Book Trailers

For the past month, students in Mrs. Katelyn Gensler’s seventh-grade reading class have been working diligently to create promotional trailers for various books they’ve read.   Read More
Makayla Yee

Yee Develops COVID-19 Care Packs

Senior, Makayla Yee recently delivered approximately 120 COVID-19 hand-made care packs that she and her Girl Scouts troop created for the High School staff. Read More

Young Adult Fiction Novelist Speaks to Neil Armstrong Students

Author, Todd Strasser recently spoke virtually to students in Mrs. Kimberly Rehak’s Grade 6 reading class at NAMS about his famous novel, “The Wave,” and the mechanics of storytelling.  Read More
James Walsh

Bethel Park names Walsh new superintendent

At a special meeting on Dec. 29, the Bethel Park Board of School Directors unanimously voted Dr. James Walsh as the next superintendent of schools. Read More
Free and Reduced Meals

Please Complete Your Free & Reduced Meals Application

This year, BPSD was able to provide no-cost meals to ALL District families with children ages 18 and under.  BPSD will still need to know which students are eligible for free or reduced-price school meals. Read More
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PDE: Letter to Parents for Monitoring

The PDE's Bureau of Special Education (BSE), monitors all PA school districts and charter schools every six years to ensure that they are complying with federal and state regulations for special education.  Read More
DECA Conference

BPHS students participate in the first-ever Virtual PA DECA District Conference

Congratulations to the 45 BPHS DECA members who participated in the first-ever Virtual PA DECA District III Career and Development Conference, which was held online from Nov. 30 – Dec. 4.   Read More
Bus Drivers Needed

Full-Time School Bus Drivers Needed

BPSD seeks school bus drivers.  Our school bus drivers are highly valued members of our team as they are directly responsible for the safe transportation of students on a daily basis. Read More
Where in the World?

Where in the World is Mrs. Clancy?

Students are not in our buildings as much as they typically have been in the past. However, one particularly creative first grade teacher has found a way to turn that challenge into an adventure of her students’ imagination.  Read More

Two BPHS Students Named National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists

Close to 16,000 semifinalists were recently announced for the annual National Merit Scholarship Program, including Bethel Park seniors Katelyn Sams and Marissa Wycinsky. Read More