Carmichaels School District

Carmichaels Area School District

225 North Vine St. Carmichaels, PA 15320

Phone: (724) 966-5045
Fax: (724) 966-8793


Carmichaels Borough and Cumberland Township

Enrollment 2015: 1,069

Ronald Ferek, Kenneth Ganocy, Dr. Richard Krause, Lewis May, Edmond McIntire, Thomas Ricco, Pete Shlosky, Jason Voithofer, Cheryl Voytek


School board meetings Voting sessions are held at 7 p.m. the third Thursday of the month in the high school library.


John Menhart

Business Manager

Amy Todd


Davis and Davis Attorneys at Law, 724-437-2799, Uniontown

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Pennsylvania Game Commission Game Warden Brandon Bonin visited Carmichaels Area High School students to discuss State Game Lands regulations and Wildlife Diseases, such as Chronic Wasting Disease, EHD, and West Nile Virus, affecting state wildlife. Bonin provided information on career opportunities for employment with the Game Commission along with the skills and training he has received. He also showed students an injured Black Vulture that he was taking to an Animal Hospital. Pictured …

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Carmichaels High School Girls Basketball team put on a Dodgeball Tournament fundraiser at the school. The event was sponsored by C&B Lawn Care and Subway. Best Costume Champions Jack’s Mighty Rockets are (from left) front row: Jayden Kerley, Bronsyn Pratt, Trenton Sowden, Brody Pratt, Gunner Plavi and Landen Ekiert; back row: Coach Kelli Pratt, Evan Kniha, Cole Headlee, Miles Sowden and Kallyn Novak.

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Greene County Commissioners announced the county’s five school districts and Career Technology Center would each receive $50,000 grants for improving and expanding security and safety protocols. The grants were announced during a commissioners meeting, attended by Mark Krupa, Administrative Director of Greene County Career and Technology Center, and the following superintendents: Fred Morecraft, Carmichaels Area; Dr. Helen McCracken, Central Greene; Joseph Orr, Jefferson-Morgan; Rich Pek…

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Carmichaels Area High School swept the competition with first, second and third places when high schools were invited to compete in Waynesburg University’s “Something from Nothing” Innovation Challenge. Students had one week to create something from plastic bags. First place: Lucas Swartz, Jacob Smith, and Jason McAfee with “Label Man;’’ second place: Kiara Brozik, Garrett Dice, Scott Adams, and Nick Juliani with “Hand Made Jewelry;” third place: Caleb Gallagher, Alicia Johnston, Mason F…

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Carmichaels Envirothon team representing Greene County won the Pennsylvania State Envirothon for the second consecutive year with a total score of 536 points out of 600. The team placed third in international competition in North Carolina. Pictured are (from left) Michael Walsh, DCNR deputy secretary; Megan Patton, coach; Ryan Swartz, Joe Kurincak, Jacob Hair, Christina Adams, Stephen Zacoi, Kevin Willis, coach; Patrick McDonnell, secretary, Dept. of Environmental Protection; Kelly Stage…

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Carmichaels Women’s Civic Club honored the 2018-19 Girls of the Month at its annual spring dinner at the Carmichaels Grange. Jonella Williamson, musician/choir director from Waynesburg, was the guest speaker. Girls of the Month are members of the Carmichaels Area High School Class of 2019. Each student spoke about her future goals and education. September: Alexandra Lavery plans to attend Pitt-Greensburg and major in anthropology; October: Britney Pollock, Waynesburg University, English-…

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At top, Carmichaels Women’s Civic Club recently donated the 2019 Caldecott Award book, “Hello Lighthouse,” by Sophie Blackall, to the Carmichaels Area Elementary Center Library. Pictured are (from left) Cheryl Voytek, club member: Brenda Ferek, elementary librarian; and Marc Berry, elementary principal. At left, Carmichaels Women’s Civic Club recently donated the 2019 Caldecott Award book, “Hello Lighthouse,” by Sophie Blackall, to the Flenniken Public Library in Carmichaels. Pictured ar…

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The Scholarship Committee of Town and Country Garden Club of Rices Landing awarded Joseph Kurincak a $1,000 scholarship. Kurincak ranks fourth in the Carmichaels Area High School Class of 2019 and held a 3.982 GPA. He plans to attend Penn State University in State College and major in environmental systems engineering. Kurincak has participated in Envirothon, National Honor Society, Academic League, and Quarterbacks for Life. He won first place in a local writing competition, and second …