North Allegheny School District Moving To Online-Only LearningWith almost 700 students and staff actively quarantining, North Allegheny School District is moving to remote learning for the rest of the month.
Sunday Last Day For North Allegheny Parents To Decide On In-Person Or Cyber Learning For Their ChildOctober 11 is the last day for North Allegheny School District parents to decide if their child will return to in-person learning.
Many North Allegheny School District Students To Return To Classroom For 5-Day Per Week InstructionLeaders in one of the biggest districts in the Pittsburgh area want students back in the classroom full time -- and soon.
Pittsburgh-Area Parents Wrestling With Decision To Keep Kids Home From SchoolThe topic of returning to school is heating up in some districts.
After Judge Tosses Gathering Limits, School Districts Plan To Have Football Games With Over 250 FansIt's been a busy week when it comes to high school sports and who can attend Friday's games.
High Schools Look For New Ways To Bring Friday Night Lights Experience To FansIt's been a journey to get here, but Friday kicks off the start of high school football in southwest Pennsylvania.
North Allegheny School District To Begin 'Hybrid Learning Phase' This FallNorth Allegheny School District will begin its "Hybrid Learning Phase" with both in-person and remote learning.
School Bus Safety Presents Tough Challenge For Schools' Reopening Plans In Allegheny CountySchool bus safety presents a new challenge in the reopening plans for school districts.
North Allegheny Adds 1st Girls Wrestling Program In Western Pennsylvania, Hopes To Inspire Other WrestlersNorth Allegheny will soon be home to the first girls wrestling program in western Pennsylvania.
'Trendsetting Moment': North Allegheny Becomes First WPIAL School To Add Girls Wrestling ProgramNorth Allegheny is the first WPIAL school to add a girls wrestling program.
Group Of North Allegheny School District Alumni Calling For School Board To Address Racism, Promote DiversityNorth Allegheny alumni are petitioning the school board to adopt more anti-racist practices across the district.