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Sharon City School District
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Hall of Fame

The Sharon High School Alumni Hall of Fame Committee is proud to announce its 2016 Class of Inductees. These distinguished alumni will participate in the Hall of Fame Induction Weekend September 23rd & 24th.

The Inductees for 2016 are:        

Allan A ‘Dick’ Booth, D.D.S. – Class of 1924 (Posthumous) 
Frederic J. Brenner, Ph.D.  – Class of 1954 
Richard T. Record – Class of 1957
Henry R. Nothhaft – Class of 1962
Theresa M. Edell - Class of 1968 (Posthumous)
Francis P. Connelly – Class of 1973
Maria J. Henwood-Finley, D.O. – Class of 1989
Shawn M. Starkey – Class of 1991

The inductees were selected from the following categories:  Arts and Entertainment, Business and Commerce, Community Service and Volunteerism, Education and Humanities, Government and Military, Medicine and Health, Philanthropy and Non Profit, Science and Technology and Sports and Recreation. The honorees have been graduated from Sharon High School at least 20 yrs and have made significant accomplishments and /or community service that have been recognized as outstanding through awards, honors or other form of distinction and have made a profound and positive international, national, regional or local impact in their chose field or community.

Additionally this year, we selected two students from the Sharon High School Senior Class of 2017 as the first recipients of our Sharon Hall of Fame Alumni Scholarship Award. The award winners this year are:  Jillian Murphy and Marco Nakich.

Tickets for the induction ceremony brunch to be held on September 24th at 10:00AM are now available at the High School and Administrative Building or from any Hall of Fame committee member. Tickets are priced at $15.00. 


 "Paws"itively Proud"
  Case Avenue Honors First Responders on Patriot Day
 At Case Avenue, "We are Here" - "We are Ready" - "We are Respectful" - "We are Safe".  On Patriot Day, September 11th, we added "We are Grateful" as students and staff came together to express our thanks to our community's first responders.  During the week prior to our Patriot Day events, students wrote personalized thank you notes to all first responders in the City of Sharon. On the morning of September 11th students toured a display of emergency vehicles and visited with representatives of the Sharon Police Department, Sharon Fire Department, McGonigles Ambulance Service, and the Salvation Army.  In the afternoon, our first responders were the guests of honor at an assembly thanking them for their service and memorializing the events of 9/11 that led to the creation of Patriot Day.  As a service project, students wore red, white and blue and contributed to a fund for the purchase of stuffed tiger toys that will be distributed to our first responders for use when serving children in crisis situations.

Sharon Salutes
Our Family of Veterans
The hundreds of flags displayed in front of the Sharon Middle-High School, during the week of Veteran's Day, symbolize those individuals who have served our country.  Each flag also embodies the compassion and admiration our school community has for our soldiers who are part of "Our Family of Veterans."

 Support Our Troops!

SCHOOL PUBLICITY INFORMATION:  Throughout the school year, students' pictures and names are placed in articles in the Newsletter, local newspapers, and this website to inform the community-at-large about the unique projects and programs that are taking place in the Sharon City School District.  If you DO NOT wish to have your child(ren)'s name and/or pictures used in such publications, please notify the Superintendent’s Office at (724)983-4000.

For questions/comments regarding the information listed on our webpage, please contact the Website Coordinators, or 


  • AAC

    Kohl's is teaming up with to help ensure kids get the basic essentials they need to succeed.  Simply snap and share a first day picture using #KohlsClassroonDonation or redeem your Kohl's Case from August 1-14 and Kohl's will make a donation to  


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  • Back to School Dress Code Policy:
    Be sure to check out the district's dress code policy before back to school shopping. T he policy can be viewed by clicking on the following link: Dress Code Policy
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  • Summer Lunch Program
    Join us this summer for lunch! Lunch is free of charge to all children.  The Sharon City School District is providing free lunch to all children 18 and under from Monday, June 13 through Friday, August 12
     Locations include: the Community Library of the Shenango Valley, C.M. Musser Elementary School,  West Hill Elementary School and Case Avenue Elementary School --Lunch is served from 11:30am until 12:30pm.  All children are served the same meal.  Adults are welcome to purchase a meal for $2.00.   
    For additional details, please click here

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     Mark your calendarsRecreation Commission

    Summer Event Schedule 


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  • Thank You!

    Thank You!

    West Hill Elementary School Service Video


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    Sharon Athletics
    Physical Packet 
     All Sharon Athletes must have a completed Physical Packet and proof of insurance on file before they can begin practice. Click Here to print a complete copy of the packet.

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  • Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit Program information can be found at the following website:  .  Additional information from the Department of Education can be found by clicking on this link: OSTCP.  For the 2016-17 school year this program is only available to C. M. Musser. West Hill and Sharon Middle School Parents/Guardians.

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  • bus Please click the icon to review the full IDEIA Childfind Notice for the Sharon City School District.

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  • Tiger Paw  “Only public schools, operated by school districts with elected school boards are open to all children and fully accountable to all taxpayers.”

    Baruch Kintisch, Director of Policy Advocacy, Education Law Center, in testimony before the PA House Democratic Policy Committee, July 17, 2012

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  • Tiger Paw The Sharon City School District Board of Education recently adopted a resolution supporting increased K-12 funding for public education.  For more details, please click here.

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