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  • Bellevue
  • District

Career Day was brought back to Bellevue Elementary School this past year! Students & staff enjoyed forty different speakers on a multitude of fascinating and exciting careers. They heard presentations from a dog trainer, Children's Museum learning researcher, physical therapist, police officer, photographer, paramedic, mail handler, sheet metal worker, federal contract manager, KDKA promotions manager, journalist, firefighter, scientist, University of Pitt ticket sales, developmental therapist, pharmacist, Girls on the Run coordinator, WPXI News reporter, Mercy senior program manager, Pitt Women's Director of Basketball Operations, sales representative ,videographer, engineer, heart transplant coordinator, nurse, LaRoche University representative, Slippery Rock professor, owner of Pro Fitness, LaRoche admissions counselor, and a Northgate high school student who will major in cinema productions. Students and staff were also encouraged to wear their favorite college gear that day. Many of the career speakers where from our own Northgate community. Thank you to all the speakers who presented that day

  • District
  • High School

Congratulations to recent graduates, Elizabeth Ahlborn and Matt O'Malley, along with Jeff Swanson, who placed 3rd in Chapter Display in the National Skills Leadership Conference in Louisville, KY. We are so proud of them!

  • Bellevue
  • District
Bellevue Kindness Stations

This past year, Bellevue Elementary launched Kindness Stations Day, and it was a huge success! Students made a variety of kindness items to be distributed throughout our community. Each student was able to pick a station to create a special piece. The stations included:

  • Decorating Muddy Cup holders and Khun's grocery bags and making bookmarks for Bayne Library.
  • Making dog toys for Animal Friends.
  • Making cards for Operation Troop Appreciation and Bellevue Police and Firefighters.
  • Decorating puzzles and making Tic Tac Toe boards for Bellevue Pediatrics.
  • Making tissue paper flowers with kindness sayings for seniors at Lutheran Service Center.
  • Making welcome bags with key chains for new families at Bellevue Elementary School.

The message of kindness was embraced by the students and we thank everyone who participated and volunteered that day!

  • Athletics
  • District
  • High School

On Wednesday, April 10, Northgate High School Senior student Malcolm Randall signed his letter of intent to play basketball at the next level for Carlow University. This was an exciting day for Malcolm, his family, his coach, Northgate school officials, and the Northgate community. It is also an encouraging reminder to all of the power of committed HARD WORK and DEDICATION to one's passion, which can open so many doors to one's future!