Pittsburgh Liberty K-5
A Spanish Emphasis School
Nearly 600 Student Leaders from Elementary to High School To Attend Pittsburgh Public Schools Student Envoy Summit
Close to 600 student leaders will head to the Pittsburgh Greenway Professional Development Center for the two-day Student Envoy Summit. The Summit creates space for elementary, middle, and high school student leaders from 30 schools to come together and learn from each other to sharpen their leadership skills.
‘Identity matters’: City schools celebrate ancestry, culture in African American history bowl
As school districts across the country weigh whose perspectives should be taught in schools, Pittsburgh Public Schools’ top leader says it's committed to embracing multiple identities and teaching their histories.
With help of Post-Gazette article, Dick's Sporting Goods grants Westinghouse football $75,000
Westinghouse High School football coach Donta Green was in ABC television studios Wednesday morning in New York, being interviewed by Ginger Zee on the “Good Morning America” show.
ABOUT OUR SCHOOL
Pittsburgh Liberty K-5 is located in the heart of Shadyside and is a school-wide Magnet program with an emphasis in Spanish. If learning a foreign language is important to you, Pittsburgh Liberty K-5 is the right place! Beginning in kindergarten and continuing through grade 5, teachers routinely use Spanish throughout the day. In addition, students receive direct instruction in the language. Students also learn about the culture of many Spanish speaking countries throughout the year. Classrooms adopt a country for a semester, learning about its geography, history, and culture. As a culminating activity, students, teachers and staff share their knowledge and expertise with each other and their families.
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Parent School Community Council (PSCC)
Liberty K-5, located at 601 Filbert St, was built in 1911. The 4 story building a total area of 52,071 square feet.
Board District 1
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