Hampton Township School District has the seventh-lowest tax millage rate for the 2019-20 school year compared with other school districts in Allegheny County, according to an Allegheny County Intermediate Unit school district budget and real estate tax schedule.
It is with great honor the Hampton Township School District announces its induction into the League of Innovative Schools. The league is a national coalition of forward-thinking school districts organized by Digital Promise, a nonprofit organization with the mission to accelerate innovation in education and improve the opportunity to learn for all through technology and […]
The Family and Consumer Sciences Program at Hampton High School is accepting applications for the 2019-2020 Preschool Program. Enrollment forms will continue to be accepted until all slots are full. In order to qualify for the free preschool program, children must be at least 3 years of age by the start of the first session […]
Summertime is never a boring time for students enrolled in the HTSD Summer Program. Students enrolled in the program were able to explore their artistic side with a variety of art classes and summer theater. The two-week summer theater students produced and performed “Melissa and Kristen’s Excellent Musical Adventure,” featuring favorites such as “76 Trombones” […]
By Shari Berg During the summer months, several projects to improve or repair existing facilities will begin district-wide. As many in the community may have already noticed, Fridley Field is undergoing a bit of a transformation. The existing turf and track are being removed and replaced. Work on this project began June 10, and is […]
There is a new “sensory walk” at Wyland Elementary, located outside the first-grade classrooms, which will be open to all students. The purpose is to give students the opportunity to move throughout the day as part of the school’s “brain breaks” so they can concentrate better on their school work. The sensory walk also is great for helping students to improve their coordination and gross motor skills.
A.W. Beattie Career Center recently celebrated one retirement and two promotions at the administration level. While Assistant Director Sandy Niggel has retired after 19 years at the career center, Jason Watkins and Thea Holzworth have been approved for internal promotions by the career center’s joint operating committee. Watkins will be the Assistant Director/Principal, and Holzworth […]
Immediately following Hampton Township School District’s 2019 graduation ceremony, workers began the monumental task of replacing the track and field surface at Fridley Field. The target date for completion is Aug. 15 as to not impact the fall sports season at the school.