The school and county health department link the recent cases of ”gastrointestinal distress” to La Prima Espresso in Wean Hall.
Nina Zetty, who has been on approved sick leave since March 14, will remain on leave until June 30, her retirement date.
The Pittsburgh Federation of Teachers represents 2,244 teachers and professional employees, 568 paraprofessionals and 20 clerical workers.
The federal suit claims Brian Begor carried on inappropriate behavior and was hired despite removal from earlier job.
School board will vote tonight on whether to hire Michael Loughead.
White House symposium acknowledges organizations taking fresh approaches to early STEM learning and professional development.
The teacher at the K-5 school located on Tioga Street in Homewood was suspended as soon as officials were notified of the incident.
The legislation also provides for the state to borrow $2.5 billion to reimburse school districts for construction projects.
The Thon current and former executive directors cited stagnant growth from canning efforts, as well as safety of student participants.
Chief Dean Bazzone said he does not put much stock in the anonymous calls and emails.
Plans are underway to honor Homestead native Bill Campbell, the former Intuit chairman and adviser to Steve Jobs.
The school board, which had voted not to extend her contract, approved the resignation and a settlement agreement.
The $62.3 million spending plan for the 2016-17 school year also calls for a tax increase of nearly 1 mill.
Norwin school board voted to reject the proposed $8.22 million budget for 2016-17 for the Central Westmoreland Career and Technology Center.
The district approved a preliminary budget for 2016-17 that would raise the property tax rate by 0.56 mill, but that could change.
Revenue in the tentative budget is projected to be $32,253,460, and expenses are expected to be $35,343,981.
Students from Propel Braddock Hills Elementary who were said to be “out of hand” record officer giving expletive-laced verbal lashing.
Nina Zetty has been on paid leave since March. In February, the board voted 7-2 in favor of not extending her agreement past 2017.
The case could have implications for a North Carolina law that critics say discriminates against LGBT people.
The teachers walked off the job on April 13 after a bargaining session failed to reach a new contract.
Joseph Ruggieri pleads guilty to having a sexual relationship with a then-17-year-old student.
President Bob Perkins said this was the first time in his 17 years on the board that directors voted down a career center budget.
Facility will need to close during water line repairs.
Over the years he’s been instrumental in helping fund various construction and academic initiatives in the Steel Valley School District.
An abundance of alumni trustee candidates at Penn State University has dwindled to a handful. Voting is happening this month.
The director canceled a two-day visiting critic stint at the University of North Carolina citing House Bill 2’s impact on LGBT rights.
Duquesne alumnus donates rare first edition of “The Faerie Queene,” a poetic guide on being a virtuous gentleman in 16th century England.
Both chambers of Legislature voted to distribute $200 million in education money using a formula adopted by a bipartisan commission.
Robert J. Scherrer says schools must realize the pressure students are under to achieve.
Negotiations are ongoing to reach a contract and avert a second strike.
A $5 million line of credit will keep the district from running out of money in early May.
Robert A. “Bob” Read has spent 26 of those years producing and conducting Gateway High School’s musical productions.
Expansion plans have been put on hold.
Officials call for more pressure on Harrisburg to find a permanent funding solution.
The district was counting on state reimbursement of some of its construction costs, but Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed that legislation last month.
The school district currently faces a $3.9 million deficit in 2016-17, with revenue estimated at $62.3 million.
Scott Alan Duell, 28, is charged with unlawful contact with a minor, sexual abuse of children and corruption of minors.
The teachers union and school district are scheduled to meet again for contract talks at 3 p.m. today.
Authorities are still searching for the suspect who shot the 17-year-old student in the arm as students were leaving school Tuesday.
Encapsulated Follicular Variant of Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma, representing 20% of thyroid cancers, can be removed without more treatment.
Students and their parents entered emotional pleas of support for many of the approximately 30 teachers being considered for furlough.
Superintendent Phil Martell said the plan, in the works since December, was driven only in part by the district's financial situation.
District officials said contract negotiations were held Tuesday, but no agreement was reached.
The 285 teachers in the district have been working without a contract since their last five-year pact expired in August.
The North Allegheny board will vote Wednesday on naming Mr. Scherrer, already acting as the district’s interim superintendent, to the post.
About $200 million became available to local school districts after a $6 billion state appropriations bill became law on March 28.
The event will bring professionals from multiple backgrounds to examine the practice of prolonged solitary confinement.
Only 6 percent of school bus companies nationally say they have enough drivers, causing companies to offer incentives and combine routes.
The Pittsburgh Foundation cites overly specific or outdated scholarship requirements, overworked guidance counselors and student motivation.
Rules in place at Brashear High School could be a model for a proposal, which aims to protect students’ rights throughout the district.