Pittsburgh Dilworth PreK-5
A Traditional Academy for the Arts and Humanities
‘What a good man does’: Pittsburgh dads, male role models participate in ‘Take a Child to School Day’
“Take A Child to School Day is really important for us because it encourages fathers and adult role models and figures to really come and be a part of bringing their children to school,” Superintendent Wayne Walters said Thursday. “All of it matters. All of it matters, all of our community coming together to support our children matters.”
PITTSBURGH — Outside of Morrow Elementary School in Brighton Heights, student drop-offs are often a family affair. But on this particular Thursday…
Brashear’s history – and Mr. Khorey’s essential role – will soon be encapsulated in a documentary created by local filmmaker Patrick Stanny, co-founder and co-owner of the production company malhari.media. The documentary, which will be completed by the end of next year, will explore the complexities of desegregating schools while examining the challenges still facing the public school system today.
ABOUT OUR SCHOOL
Pittsburgh Dilworth PreK-5 is a traditional Magnet school with an emphasis on arts integration and humanities for all subject areas. We believe that all children can learn, and education begins with a safe and healthy learning environment. Our very active parents and highly trained and dedicated staff help to make the students' achievement dreams come true through partnering and communication. It is our goal to help students understand how our world and lives are interconnected through their academic, arts, and humanities experiences.
As a school family, we strive to make our students Promise-Ready. Pittsburgh Dilworth is a highly structured and disciplined setting for students who are most comfortable and successful in such a learning environment. PreK-5 parents and students sign a contract with the academy, ensuring that children will comply with strict regulations for conduct, attendance, homework, and appropriate dress.
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Dilworth Early Childhood
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Dilworth PreK-5, located at 6200 Stanton Ave, was built in 1914. The 3 story building a total area of 56,965 square feet.
Board District 2
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