HOW WE SERVE

EDUCATION

HOW WE SERVE

EDUCATION

Support for our Children from Cradle to Adulthood

To look to a better future, we invest in our children today. With stronger professional training and increased Pre-K access, all of our children will be school ready by age 5. Joining together as a community, we will invest in state-of-the-art resources to encourage and enhance learning both in and out of the classroom. So, our Northside children will be ready to embrace the path before them.

Holistic Early Childcare

High Performing Schools

Parent & Community Engagement

Working together, we will support the changes needed to increase key measures of success, such as 3rd Grade reading and 7th Grade Math proficiency. As parents, educators, and a community we will eliminate achievement gaps and increase enrollment and graduation rates.

Making it happen.

We know this will take time. As we work towards our long-term goals, there are immediate and exciting changes for our community to support:

Access to Pre-K Programs

Increase in the number of affordable, trained Pre-K program providers available to our families.

Enhanced Learning

Leverage community partnerships and best practices in education to benefit all of our Northside students.

Parent Programs

Training programs provided to parents and the community to increase understanding of and engagement with our children’s educational needs.

Click here for a detailed explanation of our current Education Strategy >

We need each other.

In every community, there is a give and take. Sometimes you are the one offering support and other times you need to receive it. It’s all part of our work together.

Education News

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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The golf season is in full swing, with the Masters last month and the PGA tournament this weekend. If you’re interested in your child trying golf, some programs are making it accessible and affordable for all kids.…

Pittsburgh Public looks toward the future with STEAM curriculum

Classroom environments 'haven't really changed since the Industrial Revolution.' The district is working to change that.

Mastering the drone: Flips, leaps and sputters fuel learning curve

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