Welcome to the PPS Newsroom!The Office of Public Relations and Media Content coordinates news coverage for the Pittsburgh Public Schools and is responsible for handling official communications between the District and the news media by providing story ideas to media outlets and helping to arrange appropriate interviews.
The office is responsible for the following:
- Responding to media inquiries;
- News releases on district and school activities;
- News conferences and briefings;
- Radio and television broadcasts;
- Sharing of District news on the PPS website and through social media channels.
Ebony R. PughDirector, Public Relations and Media Content412-529-3616
Morrow students were joined by Perry High School students as they waved streamers, carried an 8-foot dragon made from shoeboxes and wished each other “Happy New Year” in Mandarin Chinese. There was even a marching band, a drumline and dancers on Feb. 15.
Conversations in the Allderdice High cafeteria led to a concept, a program, and mentoring for young men coming up through communities that see too much violence, loss and hopelessness.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) - Twenty lucky students from Pittsburgh's Faison and Westinghouse academies got to share the stage with some star musicians on Saturday night. The students joined rapper Lil Durk on stage at PPG Paints Arena to help him perform his song "All My Life." The Chicago rapper was in town supporting artists Drake and J. Cole on their "It's All A Blur" tour, which spent two nights in Pittsburgh.