The CMU User Experiences Design Team of Monica Chang, Janet Peng and Kade Stewart came to Hampton High School this week. They were there to evaluate how the curriculum CMU provided to Hampton for its Computer Programming I class is working and if there are any adjustments that should be made. They observed class, and then talked with students about their experiences using the curriculum.This one semester course is an introduction to programming with an emphasis on critical thinking, problem solving, and creativity. Specific topics include functions, variables, expressions, conditionals, loops, strings, lists, graphics, and animations, as well as top-down design, testing and debugging.
The Hampton faithful came out in full support as the Talbots christened their newly-installed turf on Fridley Field with a hard-fought 31-28 gridiron win over crosstown rival Shaler Area on Sept. 6. Hampton’s football team improves to 2-0 in conference play (2-1 overall). The Talbots will try to stay unbeaten in conference action as they travel to North Hills on Sept. 13 for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff.
While the state did provide Hampton Township schools with more funding allocations compared to last year, the district had hoped for a higher percentage — though it won’t affect any current budgeting plans.
Nelson Mandela once said, “Our children are the rock on which our future will be built, our greatest asset as a nation.” Five days a week, each school year, the community entrusts its greatest asset — the students — to the Hampton Township School District. To help ensure the safety and security of the students, […]
High school students, college students and adults can make a positive difference for struggling students Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – Volunteers in high school or older are urgently needed to help support more than 60 local students who will reach out for help with schoolwork in the coming weeks. Anchorpoint expects a waitlist of students in its […]
Hampton High School’s Back to School Bash is organized by the Student Council as campus was shut down from 12:30 to 2:15 p.m. for students to enjoy a variety of fun activities both at the school and in the Hampton Township Community Park across the street. The Hampton Township Police Department provided extra traffic control and safety for the students during this annual event.
Are you a Veteran of the U.S. Military? Do you know a veteran in our community? Nominations now are open for the 2019 Hampton Heroes program, which will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 12 at Hampton Middle School. If you live in Hampton, work in Hampton, are a graduate of Hampton High School or a […]
Get psyched for the big Homecoming game on Friday, Sept. 20 against Fox Chapel at the Talbot Tailgate. The tailgate features food, games and fun for the entire family. It will kick off at 3:30 p.m. in the rear parking lot of Hampton Middle School and last until the start of the football game. In […]
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 […]