WELCOME

  • Welcome to the South Allegheny School District. Our District is located in Southwestern Pennsylvania, approximately 10 miles south of Pittsburgh. Our District serves 1,521 students from Glassport, Liberty, Lincoln, & Port Vue Boroughs. We currently have 114 teachers, and 30 full-time and part-time support personnel in 3 buildings: South Allegheny Elementary School, & South Allegheny Middle School, South Allegheny Senior High School, and the South Allegheny Education Center. 

News

  • Food Assistance Locations

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  • Letter to Class of 2020: Graduation Plans

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  • Updated Parent Notice of FAPE during COVID-19 Pandemic

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  • Learn and Earn 2020

    Learn and Earn Program Applications Open for Summer 2020 - Click the link above for more information

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  • Update on Coronavirus Closures 3-25-2020

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  • Video Message from our SA Staff to our Students & Families!

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  • Breakfast/Lunch Sites during School Closure

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  • Update on Coronavirus Closures

    Updated March 13th at 7:56 PM

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  • Diabetes Prevention Program

    The SA Community Fitness Center, in partnership with the YMCA of Pittsburgh, is sponsoring a diabetes Prevention Program at Middle/High campus. The course is taught by YMCA certified educators and contains a detailed curriculum. It would be excellent for anyone with diabetes, someone at risk for it or anyone who wants to increase their knowledge. If you have any questions or would like to enroll, please contact Vince Ranalli. His contacts are listed on the flyer in the link above.

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  • Message from Dr. Duval regarding Building Concerns

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  • Immunization Requirements: Current Juniors & 6th Grade

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  • Flexible Instruction Days

    The state Department of Education has approved South Allegheny School District’s request to provide “Flexible Instructional Days” to our learners. This means that on days when situations like winter weather or a building emergency require us to close our schools, we can provide instruction to our students at home rather than in the classroom (think “Alternative Snow Day.”) The state will count this as a full day of school and we will not have to make it up during the school year. The District has been approved to use up to five (5) of these days this school year. We are planning to use these “Flexible Instructional Days” throughout the remainder of this school year, as needed.

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  • Utility Assistance Programs

    There are many families that face hardships, especially during the winter months. Duquesne Light and Peoples Gas of PA have several programs that may be of assistance to families in our district. Click the link above to learn about some of the programs in our area.

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  • 2019-2020 Full Calendar

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  • Bookmobile Dates for 2019 & 2020

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  • Safe2Say Replace Sprigeo as On-line, Anonymous Reporting System

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  • Aerial Footage of SA High School by 1997 Grad Rick Zeleznik

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  • Middle/High School FREE STORE

    What started with a teacher helping students in need by bringing in her own clothes and toiletries from home has turned into a Free Store where ALL students in the middle and high school can shop. Shannon Campbell, SA grad and 8th grade math teacher, started the Free Store last year with first her personal donations, and later donations from staff and students. Earlier this month, Mrs. Campbell received a $400 award from Donors Choose to purchase toiletries and basic necessities such as deodorant and body wash. The Free Store is maintained by students in the Peer Mentor program. Mrs. Campbell stated, “I don’t know of a teacher who isn’t willing, or hasn’t at one time or another, helped out a student. I was just fortunate enough to be given a space in the school to open this store. The store has helped students with everything from clothes for a dance to deodorant for the student who forgot to put it on the morning.” If you know of a student in SA Middle/High School who could benefit from shopping at the Free Store, email Mrs. Campbell at scampbell@southallegheny.org. All shopping trips are confidential.

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  • Skyward

    South Allegheny has now transitioned from iPass to Skyward for parent access to grades, attendance, and much more. Please use the registration form on the website under Parents. The address is www.southallegheny.org/skyward Students can log in using their studentid/lunch number and their Google password. There is also a mobile phone app that can be downloaded for either Apple or Android. The same username and password can be used for the mobile app. Schedules and homeroom assignments will be available through the mobile site and app on Tuesday, August 14th. Questions can be sent to skyward@southallegheny.org

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  • Dress Code Policy

    With the start of the school year quickly approaching, our administrators remind everyone of South Allegheny's Dress Code policy. In short, clothing should not distract others and should be appropriate for the school environment Shorts must cover the leg to mid-thigh and all shirts must have sleeves (unless it is a dress and then sleeves must be two-fingers wide). Shower and slider shoes are prohibited as are pajamas pants, revealing clothing and offensive clothing. Spandex and/or yoga type pants are also unacceptable. Please view the entire Policy on the school's website (under Quick Links)

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  • Keystone Exam/Graduation Update

    Keystone Exam/Graduation Update The Pennsylvania General Assembly recently passed into law (House Bill 178) a change to the Pennsylvania school code that makes proficiency on the Keystone Exams a graduation requirement for the class of 2020. NOTE: The requirement was previously applicable to the graduating class of 2019.

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  • Free Breakfast & Lunch for ALL SA Students (2019-2020 School Year)

    We are very pleased to announce that Community Eligibility Program (free breakfast and lunch) that began in the 2015-2016 school year will continue next school year (2019-2020) for ALL South Allegheny students in grades kindergarten through 12th grade. All South Allegheny students in kindergarten through 12th grade will receive one reimbursable breakfast and one

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  • Fitness Center is SilverSneakers and Silver&Fit Approved Facility

    The South Allegheny Community Fitness Center is now a SilverSneakers approved facility in addition to being a Silver&Fit facility.   If you qualify for SilverSneakers and/or Silver&Fit, you’re membership to our Fitness Center will be at no cost.   SilverSneakers is available through select Medicare health plans, Medicare Supplemental carriers and group retiree plans.

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  • Searches

    School officials are authorized to search a student's personal possessions or motor vehicle parked on school property when there is reasonable suspicion that the student is violating the law, Board policy, or school rules, or poses a threat to the health, safety or welfare of the school population.  Searches conducted by the administration may include utilization of certified drug dogs

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Spotlight

  • Wellness Survey

    All parents and staff are invited to complete a survey concerning the district's wellness policy. Please click the link above to participate.

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