February 28, 2023
THIS WEEK’S HEADLINES
BETHEL PARK RAISES MORE THAN $2,000 FOR THE POLAR PLUNGE
Last week, Bethel Park students and administrators participated in the Cool Schools Polar Plunge at Acrisure Stadium on the North Shore. The school raised $2,182 for the Special Olympics of Pennsylvania. Our friends from BPTV were also there for the event and produced a fantastic vignette on the event.
BPHS STUDENTS TAKE HOME MAJOR HONORS AT STATE DECA CONFERENCE
Last week, 102 BPHS DECA members competed at the Pennsylvania DECA Career Development Conference in Hershey. Three BPHS students won medals at the Mini-Award Ceremony Thursday night. Congratulations to Marquise Armstrong-Ross, Mallory Kuntz and Ashley Perich. Bethel Park had 37 finalists and three medallion winners. Thirty-six students qualified to participate in Orlando's DECA International Career Development Conference (ICDC), April 21-26. Among the scholarships awarded, Dom DePasquale received the $1,000 PA DECA Member of the Year Scholarship and Martina Tatalias received the $500 PA DECA Scholarship.
Last week, 11 Bethel Park High School students participated in the PMEA Regional Chorus event at Pine-Richland High School.
Keegan Brusoski, Meghan Dehaven, Maria Catana, Clara McGough, and Sam Pellis have each advanced to the state competition. Anna Marie Lorenzi, Dylan Lawton, Noah Stiglich, Andrew Williams, Dylan Finnell, and Elizabeth Robinson also participated.
GERMAN STUDENTS RECOGNIZED
Bethel Park High School Honors and AP German students earned 2 Gold Awards, 2 Silver Awards, and 2 Bronze Awards on the 2023 AATG National German Exam. Six additional students were commended for their achievements with Honorable Mention commendations.
BPHS TO PRESENT ‘THE ADDAMS FAMILY:’ MARCH 15-18
BPHS will stage “The Addams Family,” March 15-18, at 7 p.m. each night. Tickets are $10 per ticket, plus fees, and will be sold exclusively through the school district’s website starting March 1. The school will sell all tickets in advance. The school will not sell tickets at the door. Click here for more information regarding this year’s musical.
ART CLASS “ADOPTS” LOCAL PETS
Painting 1 students at Bethel Park High School recently “adopted” a pet from the Humane Animal Rescue of Pittsburgh. The student-artists used a photograph and the grid method to draw out their subject on canvas boards. Then, the students could select what painting style they thought would best portray their subject.
BETHEL PARK’S FISHER WINS GOLDEN HAMMER AWARD
Gavin Fisher, a BPHS freshman attending Mon Valley Career and Technical Center, was recently recognized at the Golden Hammer Awards for his work in Buildings and Grounds.
Each semester, the school honors students who show excellence and leadership in their vocational program.
Fisher was also selected to represent Mon Valley in the Governor's STEM Competition on April 19 at the Harrisburg Pennsylvania Training and Technical Assistance Network Conference.
STAND’S KINDNESS GRAMS
Last week was National Kindness Week. To commemorate the occasion, the STAND (Stand Together Against Negativity and Discrimination) club members at Neil Armstrong Middle School put together kindness grams. The group has raised more than $500 during the week.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL’S READING WITH THE STARS EVENT
Last week, Benjamin Franklin Elementary School kicked off its annual Read-a-Thon with a Reading With the Stars event. Local news anchor Shannon Perrine read to her daughter's fourth grade class, and Jaden Lindo of the Pittsburgh Penguins sang “The Hockey Song” with some Franklin students.
WASHINGTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CELEBRATES GEORGE WASHINGTON’S BIRTHDAY
Last week, George Washington Elementary School sure had a patriotic assembly to celebrate the birthday of its namesake.
WASHINGTON ELEMENTARY STUDENTS READ “THE REAL STORY OF STONE SOUP”
The third-grade students in Mrs. Melissa Sterbal’s and Mrs. Tammy Williams’s Washington Elementary school classes recently read “The Real Story of Stone Soup” from their anthology.
The students had the opportunity to bring ingredients from home so the class could make their version of the soup, which turned out to be DELICIOUS!
The class even took some of the leftover dry ingredients and unused cans and created Friendship Soup packs, which will be donated to SHIM.
TWO BETHEL PARK TEACHERS EARN PRESTIGIOUS APPLE AWARD
Congratulations to IMS's Ms. Darrelle Windham (learning support) and High School’s Mr. Jonathan Derby (music), each recently named Apple Award winners by the National State Teachers of the Year Program’s Pennsylvania Chapter.
THE BETHEL PARK MINUTE
Bethel Park School District Superintendent Dr. James Walsh regularly addresses timely or hot-button issues facing BPSD during video segments he calls “The Bethel Park Minute.” The informal videos are typically brief and a way for Dr. Walsh to answer questions he’s receiving and to address or dispel some of the misconceptions that may arise.
The most recent edition discussed Read Across America Week.
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT
CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS WEBSITE
Visit our new facilities microsite, http://bpsdbestinclass.org, for the latest developments and most accurate information regarding the ongoing construction projects at Independence Middle School and Bethel Park Elementary Center.
SCHOOL BUS GARAGE CAMPUS BEFORE AND AFTER VIDEO
Check out this BPTV before and after video of BPSD's recently modernized school bus campus on Industrial Blvd. The $2M project features an improved water collection system, a repaved parking lot, diesel warming stations, and electric bus fittings.
BETHEL PARK ANNOUNCES REVISED TIMELINE FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF ITS NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Bethel Park School District recently announced a revised timeline for its new elementary school construction project earlier this week. According to the new timeline, the opening date for the new elementary school will be in August 2026. The district’s decision to alter the timeline came after multiple conversations with building trades and financial sector experts.
BETHEL PARK SCHOOL DISTRICT’S STRATEGIC PLAN
The district recently released its Strategic Plan (2021-2026), including its Comprehensive Plan (2021-2024) and ongoing long-term Facilities Planning. See Superintendent Dr. James Walsh’s explanation of the plan. You can also see the district's Professional Development Plan and Induction Plan.
For the most -up-to-date information on events in the Bethel Park School District, please consult this daily View All Events Calendar. Residents can find the recently ratified 2023-2024 Yearly Calendar here.
UNDERSTANDING THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN A REMOTE INSTRUCTIONAL DAY AND A SNOW DAY
Inclement weather can sometimes impact the operation of our schools, especially in the wintertime. Click here to review the procedures and schedules the district will follow in case of a school delay or closure.
The Bethel Park School District encourages the involvement of parents and guardians in our schools. Pennsylvania State Law requires every volunteer with direct contact with students must have clearances on file with the school district. The required clearances are the Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance (Act 151), Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Check (Act 34), and the FBI Federal Criminal History Record (Act 114). PA Clearances are free to volunteers, and the FBI Clearance is $22.60. Volunteers who have resided in Pennsylvania for the past 10 years and have never been convicted of a Disqualifying Offense can sign a waiver to eliminate the need for FBI Clearance.
Click here for complete details on how to become a volunteer in the Bethel Park School District. Please be sure to follow the checklist in the attached link.
BLACK HISTORY MONTH AT BETHEL PARK
The Bethel Park School District is proud to celebrate Black History Month across our school district and with our entire school community. While many areas of our curriculum infuse learning about Black history throughout the year, our February efforts highlight African Americans' rich intellectual, cultural, and societal accomplishments and contributions. Throughout the month, we will share stories, events, and programs celebrating Black History Month in our schools.
Second grade students in Mrs. Jill Schall’s George Washington Elementary School class created a banner of influential Black Americans for Black History Month. The students used their Chromebooks to complete their research and then made a pennant for the class banner, which will be displayed in the school hallway for all to see.
As part of its Black History Month celebration, second grade students at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School learned about the story of American civil rights movement icon Rosa Parks through a readers’ theater program.
Best known for her pivotal role in the Montgomery bus boycott, the United States Congress has honored Parks as "the first lady of civil rights" and "the mother of the freedom movement.”
Students in Ms. Blaire Hunter's second grade classroom at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School completed a "Biography in a Bag" project for #blackhistorymonth.
At the beginning of February, each student was assigned a significant figure in US history for Black History Month. Throughout the month, students completed research regarding their person's significance/accomplishments and decorated a bag with the name and face of the person they were assigned. They chose 3-4 items inside the bag that represented that person. On Friday, each student presented their projects in front of the class. The bags will be on display for the whole school to see!
Mrs. Tammy Williams’s third grade students recently finished writing their African American Biographies. After students played a SCOOT game to identify more than 40 influential Black Americans in history, they chose who they wanted to research on Ducksters.com to create a final copy.
After a review of the celebration of Black History month, Team Ranger students at Neil Armstrong Middle School read the story "Martin's Big Words" by Doreen Rappaport. They also watched a fan-favorite inspirational video from Kid President.
After discussing the importance of our words and actions, students were tasked to pick a big word that inspired them. Each student on the team created a brick of their word and built a wall of words together in the hallway. Ranger students hope that these words can inspire you, too!
"Black History Quilt research project"
Team Ranger students worked together to complete research projects on influential African Americans. Students displayed their research in hexagons that tessellated together to create a "quilt" of knowledge as we are all woven together. Team Ranger's hard work is displayed in the hallway outside the team pod.
As part of its Black History Month unit, the Neil Armstrong Middle School’s Team Impact students created a walking museum of artifacts representing African Americans' contributions who helped shape our world. The students researched and selected African Americans from all areas of life, such as history, pop culture, politics, sports, and entertainment. The students displayed pictures and artifacts throughout the classrooms, then enjoyed a walk throughout the pod to see the artifacts and to read about each person's contribution to our world.
SCHOOL BOARD NEWS
SCHOOL BOARD ACTION SUMMARIES
Bethel Park School District provides school board action summaries after each meeting. The summary includes a short description of the main topics and action items. These summaries are meant to supplement minutes approved and posted after the next regularly scheduled meeting. We hope these summaries provide some basic information and context around the reports, presentations, and action items. Also, you can follow the agenda for the next school board meeting here and watch the school board meetings streamed live online or on-demand on the school district's YouTube channel.
SCHOOL BOARD 2023 MEETING CALENDAR
Bethel Park residents can find the school board’s current meeting calendar on our website. All school board meetings begin at 7 p.m. and are held in the Dr. Thomas A. Knight Memorial Community Room in the Bethel Park Administration Building unless otherwise noted. There are no school board meetings scheduled for July. If you cannot attend the school board meetings in person, know they will be live-streamed through the school district’s YouTube channel. Meeting dates and times are also available on the school district’s website.
ANNOUNCEMENTS & REMINDERS
BPSD WELCOMES AGOSTINELLI AS ITS NEW NUTRITION SERVICES DIRECTOR
Bethel Park School District welcomes Brandon Agostinelli as its new Nutrition Services Director. Agostinelli replaces John Rambo, who left the district in January. Before coming to Bethel Park, Agostinelli worked in a similar capacity at Ringgold and several schools in Ohio.
Adam Minnaugh of the American Heart Association recently delivered CPR kits to Memorial Elementary School. The kits are part of a grant sponsored by the AHA, which seeks to certify more school professionals in CPR. Mrs. Eileen Wallace, a certified school nurse, and the district’s nurse facilitator applied for the grant and received the kits on behalf of the school district.
LYSOL DELIVERS WIPES TO BPSD AS PART OF ITS FRONTLINE IMPACT PROJECT
Thank you, Frontline Impact Project and Lysol, for delivering a truckload of wipes to our schools! With cold and flu season upon us, these wipes will help our teachers keep kids protected from germs in school!
THE KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION ONLINE PORTAL IS NOW OPEN
We are thrilled to announce that Kindergarten Registration for the 2023-2024 school year is officially open!
Click the link below to learn more about how you can enroll your future Black Hawk in our schools from the comfort of your own home.
ADMINISTERING MEDICATION WHILE AT SCHOOL
Parents should ask the doctor to schedule medication doses other than during school hours. When this is not possible, the school will cooperate with parents to see that the medication is given as prescribed. Here, you will find the Bethel Park School District procedures that must be followed if your child is to be given medication during school hours.
BLOOD DRIVE FOR BETHEL’S DEBALD
Friends and Family of Kim DeBald are hosting a replenishment blood drive for her benefit from 10 a.m. until 3:30 p.m., on Friday, April 7, 2023, at the Pittsburgh Pride All-Stars multipurpose room [105 Springfield Drive, Canonsburg, PA 15317].
Kim has spent 29 years teaching in the Bethel Park school district, where she is a favorite among students and colleagues alike.
Recently, the veteran educator was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia (AML). She needed multiple blood and platelet transfusions during treatment and will need more.
“It surprised me how much blood I needed, which made me realize how many other patients depend on blood transfusions to keep healing their bodies and souls,” Kim said.
Nicole Loebig, a sixth grade math teacher at Neil Armstrong Middle School and a close friend of DeBald’s, is helping to organize the event. According to Loebig, the decision to hold this event is just another way for Kim's friends and family to support Kim in her journey to recovery. “Knowing how impactful blood donation is to patients like Kim led us to set up a drive in her honor,” said Loebig. “We hope that not only will people continue to rally around Kim, but also learn the importance of the selfless act of donating blood.”
GRADUATING SENIORS SHOULD BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR CAPS AND GOWNS INFORMATION FROM JOSTEN’S
Students graduating in June may have received an email from Josten's with different promotions for purchasing merchandise for graduation. Josten’s is the official ordering company for BPHS Caps and Gowns, Announcements, Yearbooks, and other Senior Accessories.
Throughout the year, they offer early incentive packages. If you have yet to order a cap and gown package, including the tassel, the current price is $57. The price will increase the longer you wait to order. For your convenience, here is Josten's website link to the BPHS store.
You may also call 1-800-567-8367 to place an order. Please contact the BPHS Main Office (412-854-8581) with questions.
Bethel Park School District is looking for bus drivers and aides. The benefits include a signing bonus, a competitive starting salary, health care coverage, and entrance into the state pension system. Interested applicants should visit the Employment section of the website or call 412.854.8414.
Metz Culinary Management is growing and is seeking Team Members for full and part-time roles in a busy Student Dining Services setting. Whether you enjoy cooking, serving, or customer relations, our Food Service Team comprises multi-talented individuals, all contributing to the Culinary and Hospitality services, ensuring our Students, Staff, and Guests enjoy a fantastic dining experience!
Metz Culinary Management offers flexible schedules, mostly daylight hours, competitive wages, benefits, and Career Growth in the Contract Dining Services Industry! Interested parties should reach out by calling 412.854.8754.
BLACK HAWKS ATHLETICS
For those unable to attend the games, Trib High School Sports Network often broadcasts our games live at https://tribhssn.triblive.com/broadcast-calendar/. The games are also often broadcast live on local radio stations.
In just their first year, the Bethel Park Black Hawks unified indoor bocce team is the South Division champions. Bethel bocce has advanced to the regional championships on March 9 at Geneva College. The Hawks will be joined by representatives from the North and East divisions and ?the West Division champion, Chartiers Valley, and the wildcard, South Park.
The Bethel Park boys basketball all-section selections were Ben Guffey, Shawn Davis and Nick Brown.
Jenna Lang medaled with an 8th place finish in the Mile at this past weekend's PIAA Indoor Track and Field State Championships at Penn State.
Congratulations are also in order to Jeremiah Hamilton (Triple Jump), Artemis Conaboy (400M), and Grace Ferency (60M Hurdles) for competing in this weekend’s PIAA Indoor Track and Field State Championships at Penn State.
*Alternates (Eleni Kretchun, Karsyn Mitchell)
200 Free Relay - Cally Edner, Julia Ratti, Kaitlyn Becker, Emma Burke
*Alternates (Eleni Kretchun, Karsyn Mitchell)
*Alternates (Lenny DeMartino, Sam Hoppe, Brady McKiernan, Luca DeMartino)
*Alternates (Brady McKiernan, Same Hoppe, Luke Meyers, Luca DeMartino)
*Alternates (Trent Powell, Luke Kallaur, Sam Hoppe, Luca DeMartino)
Bethel Park’s Mason Kernan (133) had a first-place finish in the Class 3A Southern Sectional tournament last Saturday at South Fayette.
Here are all of the Hawks wrestlers who have each advanced to the WPIAL Championship Tournament at Canon-McMillan High School on Friday, March 3 and Saturday, March 4.
Mason Kernan (1st)
Ethan Higgins (2nd)
Hunter Goelz (3rd)
Aden Stout (4th)
Landon Hartman (4th)
Jaden Palombine (6th)
Maksim Miller (6th)
Aiden Bench (6th)
Stay updated with the latest information and changes to the BPHS sports schedules at https://bpathletics.bigteams.com/main/calendar/. Get information on all Bethel Park sports teams or those you’re interested in. Sign up on the site to have updates and schedule changes emailed to you, so you will know if something is canceled due to inclement weather. It’s a great way to stay in touch with our athletic teams, mainly when unpredictable weather necessitates postponements and rescheduling! Go Hawks!
BETHEL PARK’S WESTHOFF ‘65 HIRED BY DENVER BRONCOS AS ASST. HEAD COACH
The Denver Broncos have hired Bethel Park alum Mike Westhoff '65 as assistant head coach.
A cancer survivor, Westhoff has long been one of the league's most respected special teams coaches. Last year, he released a memoir -- "Figure It Out'' -- that included his journey as an NFL coach.
BETHEL PARK’S BOMAR ‘17 HELPS LEAD CHATHAM TO CONFERENCE CROWN
Last week, the Chatham College men’s basketball team claimed the Presidents’ Athletic Conference championship. Grad student Nick Bomar ‘17 led the Cougars in scoring with 16 points. Chatham has earned the league's automatic qualifying bid to this year's 64-team Division III Championship Tournament.
BETHEL PARK NAMED BANNER COMMUNITY BY ALLEGHENY COUNTY
The Allegheny League of Municipalities, in conjunction with Allegheny County and program sponsor HRG Engineering, recently announced its 2023 Banner Communities, and Bethel Park was among the municipalities earning that distinction.
BETHEL PARK’S MA & POP’S COUNTRY KITCHEN WAS FEATURED ON PITTSBURGH TODAY LIVE
Last week was “Diner Week” on Pittsburgh Today Live. Hosts Heather Abraham and David Highfield visited some of the region’s best diners, including Ma & Pop's Country Kitchen in Bethel Park.
BETHEL PARK LIONS CLUB IS CELEBRATING ITS 80TH ANNIVERSARY
The Bethel Park Lions Club is celebrating its 80th anniversary and the Almanac has a nice piece on it.
BETHEL PARK SOCCER ASSOCIATION FLIGHT REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN
The groundhog may have said six more weeks of winter, but soccer is in the air! Flight Soccer is for boys and girls approximately 5-10 years old (birth years 2013 to 2017) who wish to experience soccer in a recreational setting.
The eight-week sessions begin in September for the fall season and April for the spring season. Teams are co-ed, and the respective coaches will contact the families approximately two weeks before the start of the season.
Flight season begins April 1! Practices are held on Wednesday evenings, with the games being played on Saturdays!
To register: https://www.bpsoccer.org/Default.aspx?tabid=157368.
Follow them on Facebook and Instagram #bethelparksoccer. The Bethel Park Soccer Association will soon update its website.
Questions about travel soccer? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2023 SPRING REC BASEBALL REGISTRATION IS OPEN
Registration is open now and will close on March 1. We need time to coordinate coaches, teams, and uniforms. Spring Rec Baseball is for ages 4 to 14 (T-Ball to Pony!)! Please visit www.bethelparkbaseball.org to register today!
2023 JR. LEGION/COLT & LEGION REGISTRATION IS OPEN
For HS-age players interested in playing Jr. Legion / Legion baseball for the Spring/Summer 2023 season, we have opened registration on our website at www.bethelparkbaseball.org. Please sign up at your earliest convenience to book your spot. There will be a tryout in the spring—more details to follow.
YOUTH UMPIRES NEEDED FOR THE SPRING SEASON
Youth umpiring is for ages 12 and up. If your child is interested in umpiring this upcoming spring season, please email us at email@example.com. We will add you to the list and be in contact in the spring for our umpire training! If you have any questions, just let us know.
BOY SCOUT TROUP 215 WELCOMING NEW MEMBERS
Want to join the Scouting community? Troop 215 from Bethel Park Presbyterian Church would love to welcome you! Troop 215 has been around for 100 years and is looking for new scouts to continue its legacy. If interested, please contact Scoutmaster Craig Blocklin (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Senior Patrol leader Nathan Disori (email@example.com) for more information on how to join Scouting!
BETHEL PARK’S DANCHIK IS COLLECTING NECESSITIES FOR THE HOMELESS
Bethel Park sophomore George Danchick is working towards Eagle Scout status in a Red Door Ministries project that provides necessities for the area’s homeless.
George is looking for travel-size shampoo, soap bars, conditioner, body wash, razors, and deodorant for the cause. Look for donation boxes outside the Rite Aid and the Dollar Tree in the South Park Shops.
Danchik also accepts monetary donations via Venmo to buy products for those in need if you want to donate to his cause, Venmo George at @Toni-Danchik-1.
NEWS & NOTES FROM OUTSIDE THE DISTRICT
Do you know a student who wants to go to prom but may not be able to afford it? Any student receiving services from the Allegheny County Department of Human Services (DHS) or who qualifies for a free or reduced school lunch can come to the Project Prom Shop, where they can browse and try on free, new, or gently used gowns and accessories, like shoes and jewelry, and take home their favorites!
The Project Prom Shop is at 10 Duff Road, Penn Hills, PA, 15235. Students can visit the Project Prom Shop on the following dates and times:
Saturday, March 25: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Monday, March 27: 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Thursday, March 30: 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday, April 1: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Guests are asked to bring only one friend or family member into the shop with them ~ advanced registration is required. Click here to learn more.
The Internal Revenue Service provided details clarifying the federal tax status involving special payments made by 21 states in 2022, including Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware.
DR. FREDDIE FU SPORTS MEDICINE SCHOLARSHIP
UPMC Sports Medicine is proud to once again offer the Dr. Freddie Fu Sports Medicine Scholarship Program in 2023. UPMC developed the scholarship program to increase student interest in a career in sports medicine.
One scholarship for the amount of $2,000 will be awarded to a western Pennsylvania resident entering their senior year of high school in September 2023 in return for a six-week summer internship (30-40 hours per week for six weeks in a row) at the UPMC Freddie Fu Sports Medicine Complex and the UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex.
The recipient will be able to observe patient evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation by physical therapists and athletic trainers, observe clients in the Sports Performance Department, and observe surgery with UPMC orthopedic surgeons.
FCC ANNOUNCES AFFORDABLE CONNECTIVITY PROGRAM
The Affordable Connectivity Program is a Federal Communications Commission program that helps connect families and households struggling to afford internet service. This new benefit provides a discount of up to $30 per month toward broadband service for eligible households and up to $75 per month for families on qualifying Tribal lands. Eligible households can also receive a one-time discount of up to $100 from purchasing a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet from participating providers.
Eligible households can enroll through a participating broadband provider or directly with the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) using an online or mail-in application.
You can learn more about the benefit, including eligibility and enrollment information, by visiting www.fcc.gov/ACP or calling 877-384-2575.
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The Bethel Park School District will not discriminate in its educational programs, activities, or employment practices based on race, color, national origin, sex, sexual preference, disability, age, religion, ancestry, union membership, or any other legally protected classification.
The announcement of this policy is per state and federal laws, including Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Employees and participants who have an inquiry or complaint of harassment or discrimination or need information about accommodations for persons with disabilities should contact:
Dr. Zeb Jansante
Title IX Compliance Officer
301 Church Road
Bethel Park, PA 15102-1696
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