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    NO SCHOOL Monday, October 10, 2022 Early Childhood, PreK-5, & 6-8 Schools Friday, October 14, 2022 Early Head Start, 6-12, High School & Special Schools

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    Teens who spend time in Downtown Pittsburgh say they need a welcoming neighborhood, more safe spaces

    90.5 WESA | By Sarah Schneider Published January 26, 2023 at 5:35 AM EST Pittsburgh Mayor Ed Gainey and City Council President Theresa Kail-Smith plan to establish an advisory committee that will be tasked with opening centers as part of Gainey’s “Plan for Peace.”

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  •  Pittsburgh CAPA graduate accepted to world-renowned dance company

    Pittsburgh CAPA graduate accepted to world-renowned dance company

    Garland, 20, joined Pittsburgh Creative and Performing Arts school (CAPA) in eighth grade and received classical training. Since then, he’s been involved in numerous companies, programs, and camps, the most notable of which is his recent admission to the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. He’s making the move during his junior year at University of Southern California's Glorya Kaufman School of Dance and the middle of Ailey’s season.

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  •  Surprise bicycle delivery made at Pittsburgh elementary school

    Surprise bicycle delivery made at Pittsburgh elementary school

    PITTSBURGH — Kindergarten students at Pittsburgh Minadeo PreK-5 in Squirrel Hill started cruising in physical education class on Monday, thanks to a surprise delivery of 24 bicycles. Engineering company HDR and All Kids Bike provided the school with the bikes, helmets, and more, as part of an initiative that seeks to teach kids how to ride at school.

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  • Hours 8:25AM - 3:09PM
  • ADA Accessible No
  • Phone (412) 529-6600
  • Uniform Dress Code: All students are to wear bottoms of any color (no jeans, leggings, jeggings, tights, etc. will be accepted as uniform). Leggings are permitted if appropriate shorts, skorts, a dress, jumper, or a skirt is on top of it. Pants must be worn at the waist. All students are to wear a collared shirt in any color (no t-shirts or un-collared shirts will be accepted as uniform). Socks must be worn at all times.
  • Students 493
  • District 9
  • FAX 412) 734-6606

ABOUT OUR SCHOOL


  • Pittsburgh Morrow is located in Brighton Heights on the North Side of Pittsburgh; located on two campuses.  K-5 Grade students are housed in our Primary Campus located on Davis Avenue. Grades PreK, 6-8 Grade students are housed in our Intermediate Campus located on Fleming Avenue. Although students from several areas around the city attend our school, we service students primarily from Brighton Heights, Manchester, Northview Heights and Woods Run. 

    Pittsburgh Morrow students are taught the district adopted curriculum in the areas of reading, math, science, social studies, writing, art, music and physical education.
     
    We are a Title I school which helps to fund additional resources to support all students.  Our students are introduced to technology early via First In Math, Study Island, and Read 180, which is used at the 6th and 7th Grade levels.  Individual classroom teachers conduct classes in the school computer lab to expose the students to keyboarding skills, internet research, and word processing on the computers.
     
    Students are encouraged to excel through incentives and recognition for citizenship, honor roll and completion of the 25-Book reading requirement.

    A variety of activities are offered throughout the school year including but not limited to safety patrol, Carnegie Library Outreach, intramurals, Reading is Fundamental book distribution, instrumental music, chorus, and middle grades sports.  Students must have a 2.0 grade point average (GPA) and at least a satisfactory mark in all citizenship grades to participate in extracurricular activities. 

    Our mental health partnership with Mercy Behavioral Health allows our students to receive on-site individual and group counseling.  In addition, we offer student mediation services via our school counselor. Partnership between parents and the school is encouraged and crucial to the education and development of our students.  Opportunities for parental involvement include membership in the Parent Teacher Organization; parent representatives on the school’s Parent School Community Council; volunteerism; participation in our quarterly Family Fun Nights, which focus on fun reading and math activities; Take Your Father to School Day, etc.

  • FACILITIES

     

    Morrow PreK-8, located at 1611 Davis Ave, was built in 1895. The 3 story building a total area of 72,875 square feet.

  • 1 Science Lab
  • 1 Classroom Computer Lab
  • 0 Dedicated Computer Labs
  • 0 Art Labs
  • 0 Music Labs
  • 0 Multi-Purpose Rooms
  • 0 CTE Labs
  • 1 Gym
  • 0 Pools
  • 1 Auditorium
  • 1 Cafeteria
  • 1 Library

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