Sharon Flake Meet and Greet

Today some of our Girl Talk girls had the opportunity to go with Ms. Dunmire-Kuftic and Ms. Kelsey to the AIU3 for a once in a lifetime opportunity! While at the AIU3, our girls met with author Sharon Flake of the book “The Skin I’m In” and attended two breakout sessions. Avonworth School District led a session entitled “Be the Kind Kid” and students had the opportunity to get their personal copy of “The Skin I’m In” signed by Ms. Flake at the end. Everyone had a great time!

 

In 6th grade, students read this book so this really brought our curriculum to life! Thank you to the AIU3 and Best of the Batch Foundation for this opportunity for our girls!

Holiday Spirit

The Girl Talk club had a great time after school today with a little friendly competition.  They were split into random groups and had to design a themed gingerbread house using creativity and supplies provided.  Congratulations to De'Nea, Narayjah, Kelsey and Anna on winning the competition with their "16" house!  We also had a special guest appearance and judge by Taylor Mitchell who was one of our former mentors.

Giving Thanks

Girl Talk girls talked about what they were thankful for, played a few games and made brownie turkeys to celebrate the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday. 

Down on the Farm

Girl Talk girls had a great time at Triple B Farms today.  The girls picked pumpkins, navigated a corn maze and took a hayride.

Girl Talk

Girl Talk met for their first official meeting at the Best of the Batch Foundation.  With new mentors, Gabby and Rajhae, it was a fantastic day!  The girls did an icebreaker of two truths and a lie, created their own puzzle pieces, and got to know one another!  We are looking forward to a great year.  Girl Talk is an organization sponsored by The Best of the Batch Foundation that focuses on Peer to Younger Peer mentoring.  Girls in grades 6-8 meet every Wednesday after school until 4pm.

Recent News

Blood Drive

March 18, 2019

on Tuesday, March 19 from 8:00  A.M. to 1:00 P.M. in Steel Valley High School's Gymnasium. To make an appointment: Please see Mrs. McCallister or a member of Student Council to sign up. All participating donors will receive a pop-socket!

Physicals at the High School have been reschedule for May 10th

Click on Header for Flyer. Panel discussion on Wednesday, March 27, for students, parents and school staff. The panel will include a social media expert, decision science expert, child psychiatrist, school principal/administrator, parent, teen, and Neil Giacobbi from AT&T. There is no fee to attend and they will be serving a light dinner. Please RSVP to make sure they have an accurate guest count for food and seating.