The Academy of Finance at Laurel Highlands High School instructs more than 150 students daily in subjects of accounting, investing, finance and insurance. But the audience that business teacher Jeremy Bryson is hoping to reach is a little wider.
Laurel Highlands School District
304 Bailey Avenue Uniontown, PA 15401
North Union Township and South Union Township
School board meetings â Voting sessions are held at 6 p.m. the third Thursday of the month in the high school auditorium with work sessions held at 5 p.m. the Tuesday prior in the administration board room.
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The following students of Laurel Highlands High School were named to the honor roll for the fourth nine-week grading period of the 2019-20 school year:
The following students of Laurel Highlands Middle School were named to the honor roll for the third nine-week grading period of the 2019-20 school year:
The following students of Laurel Highlands High School were named to the honor roll for the third nine-week grading period of the 2019-20 school year:
The following students of Laurel Highlands Middle School were named to the honor roll for the second nine-week grading period of the 2019-20 school year:
The following students of Laurel Highlands High School were named to the honor roll for the second nine-week grading period of the 2019-20 school year:
The Laurel Highlands School Board took no action on a request by Fayette County commissioners to forgive delinquent real estate taxes on a local cemetery for which the county has plans to get back on the tax rolls.
Seventh-grade students from Laurel Highlands Middle School in South Union Township participated in the Fayette County Firefighters Association’s annual Fire Prevention Week essay contest. Students in English classes of teachers Jennifer Neill and Michelle Pierce wrote about the theme, “Not Every Hero Wears a Cape. Plan and Practice Your Escape.’’ Three LHMS essays placed and their winning entries moved on to the regional level. Pictured are (from left) Mike Rozgony, principal; Elle Manci…
Dr. Jessica Scott, new school principal, planned a holiday event that brought joy to Marshall Elementary students and community families. Students got to see Santa’s reindeer, visit with Santa and participate in many activities. Marshall is located in North Union Township and part of the Laurel Highlands School District.
Welcome back to school from winter break “Toy Story” Style! Dr. Jessica Scott, principal, welcomes students back to Marshall Elementary School in North Union Township dressed as Jessie the Cowgirl to inform the students that walking through the school doors will take you to “Infinity and Beyond!’’ Jessie has her faithful friend Bullseye to make the event more magical. Marshall is part of the Laurel Highlands School District.
The Laurel Highlands School Board voted to approve a new three-year contract for district administrators that includes pay increases totaling $7,500.
Laurel Highlands High School Class of 1974 held its 45th Class Reunion at Uniontown Country. Pictured are (from left) seated: Kassie Martin Guzik, Lou Ann Zammerilla Cook, Valerie Mascioli Wagner, Arlene Valari Hormell, Faith Neely Bragg, Rosemary Novotny, Patty Roddy, Cindy Cook Truxal, Pam Marsh Gines, Lea Rae Rutter Walls; row two: Debbie Bryner Werner, Frank Georgiana, Dave Slampak, Larry Marcinko, Mark Barkley, Pastor Walter Stephen Cherry, Tim McCoy, Tom Mikluscak, Mark Steele, Ker…
After conducting a lengthy executive session and hearing from members of the public, the Laurel Highlands School Board voted to extend the contract of head football coach Richard Kolesar for two years.
Fifth graders in the Laurel Highlands School District will continue to experience the full scope of the district’s outdoor school after the school board voted to restore the overnight component of the annual program.
The following students of Laurel Highlands Middle School were named to the honor roll for the first nine-week grading period of the 2019-20 school year:
South Union Township High School Class of 1964 hosted its 55th reunion. Pictured are (from left) first row: Carolyn Powell Brandt, Gloria Crews, Carol Kolat Morris, Judy Skomra Bierbower, Cheryl Fike Couch, Barbara Smolley Herring, Patti Wilson Callahan, Tom Rocks; second row: Marlene Kaider Roll, Shirley Burd DeCarlo, Linda Brownfield King, Paulette Sabatine Ludwig, Jerry Zehala, Craig Parke, Jim Gallo, Ethel Couch Stossel; third row: Ronald Bird, Bob McKnight, Walter Mavracic; fourth r…
The following students of Laurel Highlands High School were named to the honor roll for the first nine-week grading period of the 2019-20 school year:
Local businesses contributed $70,000 to The Challenge Program, Inc. to support efforts to motivate and reward students during the 2018-19 Program year in Fayette County high schools. Through the program, businesses introduce careers in the community to sophomores, juniors and seniors and challenge students to compete in TCP’s five award categories that directly link to academic and workforce success: attendance, STEM, community service, academic improvement and academic excellence. Addit…
A decision made last spring by the Laurel Highlands School Board to eliminate overnight trips for elementary and middle school students has drawn the ire of advocates of the district’s long-standing outdoor school.
Laurel Highlands Class of 1969 held its 50th reunion at the Hilton Garden Inn in Uniontown. Brenda Pollak led singing of the alma mater. Guest teachers included Jack Schuessler, Bill Simpson and Jim Tobal. DJ Ron Allen provided music. An informal gathering took place the day before at Gus’s Pub. Reunion planning committee included Claudia Chisler, Nancy Davis, Marlene Hogan, Marsha Regula and Linda Rooker. Pictured are (from left) first row, kneeling: Joe Gentilcore, Frank Dutkewycz, Bob…
Laurel Highlands High School Class of 1984 celebrated its 35th anniversary class reunion at The Stone House in Farmington. Pictured are (from left) front row: Jacki (Swaney) Lincoln, Barbara (Yalich) Fike, Tara Pulig, Penny Stashick, Debora (Herman) Domaracki, Sherri (Varto) Stroud, Kristan (Haky) Fazenbaker and Gina Stearns; second row: Ray VanSickle, Suzanne John, Catherine (Kikta) Kania, Julie (Yourchik) Grubb, Charles VanSickle, Jamie (Marcinko) Gentile, Barbie (Humberston) Hudson, M…