• Financial Literacy for Tweens and Teens: Jan. 30

    Financial Literacy for Tweens and Teens
    Tweens and teens (and their parents) in 5th grade and up
    Did you ever want to learn about loans? Curious about credit or checking accounts? Come to the Library’s financial literacy class for tweens and teens presented by First Commonwealth Bank.

    Thursday, January 30, 6:00 p.m. – Register Here!

     

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  • Lunar New Year Celebration: Jan. 30

    Lunar New Year Celebration

    Kids ages 4 and older accompanied by a grown-up.
    Registration required. The Chinese Academy of Pittsburgh will be presenting a Lunar New Year Celebration at the Upper St. Clair Library. Enjoy learning about the holiday and participating in games and crafts.

    Thursday, January 30, 6:30 p.m.  -  Register Here!

     

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  • Used Musical Instrument Drive: Jan. 24-25

    USCHS sophomore Jakob Satterfield has organized a used musical instrument drive to benefit Hungry for Music, a non-profit that works to support music education by refurbishing and providing free musical instruments to children who would otherwise not be able to afford them. Instruments and monetary donations will be collected in the USC High School LGI on Friday, Jan. 24 from 3-5 p.m. and Saturday, Jan. 25 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. All instruments in any condition will be accepted, and donations are tax-deductible. 

    To learn more about Hungry for Music, please visit hungryformusic.org.

     

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  • Transition Opportunities for special needs students

    Community College of Allegheny County is offering a Promoting Academic Success (PAS) program for students with learning differences. SDS-102 PAS is a one credit course for high school seniors who desire an opportunity to explore post-secondary options. This is an enhanced orientation course specially designed for students with learning differences. Students will focus on effective strategies for transitioning from a high school setting to a post-secondary education.

    The class meets once per week for eight sessions from 11:50 a.m. - 1:40 p.m. on Thursdays from March 5 through April 30 (no class on April 9) at the South Campus (1750 Clairton Road, West Mifflin). The course is sponsored by the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR) with support from the local school district.

     

    A Disability & Mental Health Summit is set for Tuesday, March 3, 2020, at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. This is a free program for transition-age students. The event provides the largest collection of resources in western Pennsylvania. 

     

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  • USC Transportation Scholarship: Applications due by April 30

    The Upper St. Clair bus drivers and attendants are offering a $500 scholarship for USCHS students who will be furthering their education. Applications are due to the counseling office by April 30, 2020.

     

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  • Boys' Youth Lacrosse: Spring registration is open

    USC Boys Youth Lacrosse wants you to join the fastest growing sport in our community.  Registration for our Spring Season is open to all Boys, grades K-8 at www.USCLAX.com until January 31, 2020.  The season runs from March through May.  More details are provided on the attached flyer.  #WeLoveToWatchYouPlay

     

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  • Pura Vida Bracelets to benefit Juvenile Diabetes Research

    PURA VIDA BRACELETS FOR SALE!

    The purpose of this event is to raise money for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, which is a nonprofit organization that helps fund research to end Type One Diabetes. This fundraiser is organized by sophomore Serena Ploeger for her MYP project. JDRF is special to her because her younger brother was diagnosed with Type One Diabetes on Aug. 8, 2016.

    Bracelets will be on sale for $6 from Jan. 21-31 in the USCHS cafeteria during all lunch mods.

    If you have any questions, contact Serena at ploegers@uscstudents.org.

     

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  • Mock Crime Scene Workshop: March 14

    Waynesburg University is hosting a Mock Crime Scene Workshop for high school students from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 14. Space is limited.

    This event is designed to give attendees hands-on experience of what they can expect as a student in the Forensic Science and Criminal Justice Departments at Waynesburg University. Sessions will include crime scene analysis, criminal profiling, Lasershot Firearms Simulator use and more

    For more information, contact admissions@ waynesburg.edu or call 1-800-225-7393.

    Or click here to register online - select Mock Crime Scene Workshop

     

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  • Free College Tuition in Germany

    Germany is one of the three most popular places to study for foreign students. This is hardly surprising: higher education institutions in Germany offer the highest academic standards – tuition free. The Goethe-Institut’s Study Bridge Program  prepares high school students wishing to embark directly on a course of study in Germany. Please register for a free Information Webinar on January 18th at 10am EST. Application deadline is February 28, 2020.
     
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  • January Pop-Up Programs at the Library

    January Pop-Up Programs at the Library

    From Pop-Up Kids Code Night to Pop-Up Art Night, don't miss all the fun activities popping up at the Upper St. Clair Library

    No registration necessary.

     

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  • College Alternatives: New Century Careers - Jan. 27

    College Alternatives Information Sessions: New Century Careers & United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners

    New Century Careers: New Century Careers has strived to grow the skills of Southwestern Pennsylvania's manufacturing workforce.

    United Brotherhood of Carpenters & Joiners: The United Brotherhood of Carpenters & Joiners of America has made great advances throughout North America and has established itself as one of the nation's largest, strongest and most respected unions.

    Monday, January 27, 6:30 p.m.  – Register Here!

     

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  • STEM Adventure Day Camp: June and July

    This summer, Camp Guyasuta will offer six weeks of an awesome day camp that are co-ed and open to all youth. These programs will be a “drop off” format, with early arrival and late pick up available. This arrangement allows youth of working parents the ability to attend an adventure of a lifetime, while not disrupting work schedules.

    All Youth - Ages 6-10  - $205.00
    All Youth - Ages 11-14 - $255.00
    $10 registeration fee per camper per week

    Weeks of operation: June 8-12; June 15-19; June 22-26; July 6-10; July 13-17; and July 20-24.

    For more information or to make a reservation visit www.CampGuyasuta.org.

     

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  • USC Library's Winter Class Registration Begins Jan. 2

    The Upper St. Clair Township library has tons of programs for all ages. Classes run from Monday, Jan. 13 through Friday, Feb. 21.

    Register online at https://twpusc.libcal.com.

    Register by phone: 412-835-4450

    Register in person at the library.

     

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  • CRC Healthy Together 10-Week Program: Jan. 25-April 11

    Jan. 25 - April 11, 2020
     
    Let's get Healthy Together! Join us at the Community & Recreation Center for a 10-week program designed to teach kids and their families how to eat right and live an active lifestyle. Ages 6-12. 
     
     
     
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  • Pennsylvania's Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP)

    CHIP is short for the Children's Health Insurance Program - Pennsylvania's program to provide health insurance to uninsured children and teens who are not eligible for or enrolled in Medical Assistance. Nine out of 10 CHIP parents report satisfaction with their child’s health plan, and 96% received an appointment for check-ups and vaccinations as soon as they wanted.

    There are a lot of reasons kids might not have health insurance - maybe their parents lost a job, don't have health insurance at work or maybe it just costs too much. Whatever the reason, CHIP may be able to help. All families need to do is apply today.

     

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  • Comcast offers Internet access to low-income families for $9.95/month

    Internet Essentials from Comcast offers low-cost Internet service, discounted computer equipment and free digital literacy training to families with at least one child eligible to participate in the National School Lunch Program. 

    Internet Essentials Includes:

    • 10 Mbps Internet service for just $9.95 a month + tax
    • No activation fees and no equipment rental fees
    • Option to purchase a computer for just $149.99 + tax
    • Access to free Internet training online, in print and in person
    • A wireless gateway, delivering in-home WiFi at no additional cost

    For additional information about Internet Essentials, including program eligibility criteria, please visit www.internetessentials.com.

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