This is a reminder that SciTech 9th grade students will be attending Camp Guyasuta on Monday, August 26th in the morning. We are looking forward to a really fun day! Please be sure that you adhere to the following dress code.
- Long pants or comfortable shorts
- Sturdy foot gear NO open toed shoes or sandals.
- Water Bottle
- Please no jewelry, watches or necklaces.
- This includes body piercings – Please remove them.
- No large belt buckles or chains
If you have indicated that your student has a medical condition requiring rescue medication such as an inhaler, epi-pen, etc. those items will be required for students to have with them in order to attend Camp Guyasuta on Monday, August 26th.
If your student has a medical condition such as diabetes or seizures please contact Mrs. Devlin, our school nurse at 412-529-7654 ASAP.
On January 25, SciTech students participated in the Hamilton for Education program along with more than 40 other schools from the Western Pennsylvania region that culminated in a Q&A with the cast and a matinee performance of Hamilton. In order to participate in the program students had to create an original performance piece referencing primary source documents from the founding era. From the submitted pieces the 14 strongest were chosen to be performed live on the Hamilton stage the morning of the show. Seniors Riley D, Alex R, and Lucca S were among those selected to perform. Their piece was a tribute to Aaron Burr and a look through his eyes at his famous duel with Alexander Hamilton. Senior Shane C did not perform with the group, but was key in editing their initial project and in engineering the music.
Find the video at the link below and scroll down to find the SciTech video.
NHS members presented the American Red Cross Pillowcase Project to the third, fourth and fifth grade classes at Sunnyside Elementary today. The elementary school students learned about fire safety, coping techniques to use in stressful situations and emergency preparedness. Each student also got to decorate a pillowcase which they can take home and use to make an emergency evacuation kit.
On Tuesday, January 22, 2019, two SciTech students, Sachin and Mia were featured on the NPR radio program called The Confluence hosted by Kevin Gavin. B&B performed a curriculum module on Biofilms in collaboration with Dr.Vaughn Cooper from the University of Pittsburgh. During the lab module, the students determined how bacteria evolve over a short period of time to become better biofilm makers. The students shared their experience on The Confluence as a focus of implementing Hands-on STEM education in the area of Evolution, usually a challenging topic in a high school classroom. Find the radio excerpt below.