The district received a report a Westinghouse student was injured while “being admonished” by one of the team’s assistant coaches.
The district, struggling with financial problems for years, is on the edge of insolvency and cannot make payroll, officials said.
Police said one of the students threatened to use a gun during the fight.
The district is geared for a whole-school approach to improve student behavior.
The Texas Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans failed to win a court injunction to block the plan.
Safety changes are in place in Plum schools as students return in the wake of the arrests of three teachers last spring.
Emily Kennedy’s company had its roots in her senior thesis at CMU and now helps law enforcement officials find human trafficking criminals.
The case exposed a tradition in which seniors competed to see how many younger students they could have sex with.
Drew Zoldak is accused of identifying a young woman who was the alleged victim of an institutional sexual assault by another teacher.
With money from the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation and Chevron, the Children's Museum will start maker spaces in West Virginia.
The money will be used as needed to pay bills until the district receives funding from the state.
The district also may withhold payments to the state retirement program due to the lack of a state budget.
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The committee is focusing on two areas of the financially troubled district: state reimbursement for construction and transportation costs.
Thomas Schwartzmier has been appointed to Franklin Park council and can’t serve in both positions.
The work costs $8.5 million. Some work will continue through the school year but isn’t expected to cause disruption.
The school was damaged by fire in April. Students will continue to be housed in Burchfield school until the new building opens in 2017.
The five students will race a balsa wood car they designed and built that is one-twentieth scale and powered by C02.
Residents complained to the school board Monday night when details of a 3 percent raise for Mr. Baker were not available to the public.
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As much as $29.6 million in federal financial aid might have to be returned, more than half of the financial aid received over three years.
Kappa Delta Rho, which owns the property, has been suspended and a different fraternity was set to take over the property this weekend.
The program, will be open to students from through the city who want to become police officers, firefighters and emergency technicians.
The board approved $15.1 million in federal Title I money allocated via that state.
The board took the first step toward closing Pittsburgh Arlington PreK-8 and renovating the now-closed Phillip Murray in time for next fall.
Shortly after 1 a.m. Tuesday school board president Aaron Bialon announced that a tentative contract agreement had been reached
Richard Liberto's tenure was shadowed in controversy after a multi-million dollar deficit was discovered in the district's finances.
The gift from Tata Consultancy Services, an India-based tech company, will build an innovation center on Forbes Avenue.
Schools winning the grants are among the lowest achieving in the state and have agreed to follow a federal reform model.
Lawmakers says Pennsylvania should explore a state law to protect student data privacy and security.
Few Pennsylvania schools are checking websites and apps for privacy leaks, notifying parents and training teachers.
An administrator will soon oversee the actions of sororities and fraternities at the school.
The board eliminated 12 full-time and four part-time positions and will close a small program for preschoolers with autism.
Founded as a women’s college in 1869, Chatham has been accepting men as graduate students for years, but not in the undergraduate college.
Secretary of Education Pedro Rivera said he did not know of any districts that wouldn’t be able to open on time because of the impasse.
Theresa Dankovich, postdoctoral research associate in CMU’s civil and environmental engineering department, developed a “drinkable book.“
The teachers are willing to go back to the bargaining table, their union says.
The audit was requested by state Rep. Tony DeLuca after the district revealed this spring that it had an $8.9 million deficit.
The teachers said they had offered salary and other concessions but were rebuffed.
Officials said the just-completed fundraising effort surpassed its initial goal by $5 million.
Student council members got supplies and loaded 125 backpacks for students who can’t afford them.
The district is seeking bids for estimates of the cost of renovating or building.
The board must decide whether to renovate the current building or construct a new one. Rogers was damaged by fire in April.
A family said coach Kirsten Burkes cut two sisters from the team improperly.
Middle and high school students in world language courses will access to the online tools, which will include more features.
The board also formally recognized the Buddy Program, a club at the high school.
CMU researchers will work side-by-side with school staff members.
The school board also approved change orders for its ongoing paving projects.