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    Sharon City School District
    Kindergarten The Sharon City School District announces 
    dates for 2018-19 school year
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    Expressions Newsletter
      Be sure to check out the latest edition of Sharon City School District's newsletter, Expressions.   
    To read the Winter 2018 edition of Expressions Click here 
     Fall 2017 edition of Expressions, please click here
      "Paws"itively Proud"
    Sixth-Grade Students Experience STEAM Day at Penn State Shenango 
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    Penn State Shenango and the Sharon City School District partnered up to provide the third annual STEAM Day on November 20, 2017. STEAM day is a unique experience offered to over 160 sixth grade students in the Sharon City School District. The acronym, STEAM, which stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math, is part of a larger movement to include the arts and creativity within the typical STEM fields.
    As part of STEAM Day, Penn State Shenango faculty provided hands-on STEAM activities for the students to foster excitement and interest in the STEAM fields. This day provided a unique opportunity for the middle school students to learn in a college classroom and to visit a college campus that is in their own community. Students spent an entire school day on the Shenango Campus exploring hands-on activities, including DNA- Molecules of Life, Chemistry, Building a Scribbling Machine, Synthia’s Den, Magic in Math, Bacteria: The Dark Truth, and a class on the heart and CPR.   The daylong event included a treat that Penn State students and fans know all too well, Penn State Berkey Ice Cream. To read more about this day in the Sharon Herald, please click here
      "Wonder" Teaches Many Lesson to Case Avenue Students
    Case Avenue fourth and fifth-grade students learn about kindness and many other great life lessons from the book,  Wonder by R.J. Palacio.  Thanks to the Case Avenue PTO, fourth and fifth grade students had the opportunity to see the book come to life witht he movie "Wonder". To read more about this story, please click here for the story in the Sharon Herald

    West Hill Students Help Others During Holiday Season
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    Students from West Hill Elementary School learn to give back during the Thanksgiving season. To read more about this story in the Sharon Herald, please click here
    Sharon Hosts Inaugural Robotics Tournament for Region
     The Sharon City School District recently hosted a FIRST LEGO League robotics tournament for 12 robotics teams ranging from Pittsburgh to Erie. The inaugural event took place at Case Avenue Elementary School on November 4th.  Sharon's own Tiger Tech Robotics Teams from Sharon Middle, Case Avenue, Musser and West Hill competed at the event.  To read more about this day in the Sharon Herald, please click here

     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,
    tracey_csatlos@sharonsd.org or dave_tomko@sharonsd.org 


  • Congratulations Madeline Songer!


    Sharon High School senior Madeleine Songer became the first PIAA District X swimming champion in over 30 years to represent the Tigers. Madeleine placed first in the 200-yard freestyle (1:56.77) and second in the 100-yard backstroke (59.38) events. These placings move her on to the PIAA State Championship meet at Bucknell University on March 16 and 17 and her times lowered the Sharon varsity swimming records.


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  • Good Luck!

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    Congratulations to the Sharon Varisty Boys Basketball Team for their outstanding season and capturing the District 10 Championship! Way to go Tigers!  

    Cheer on the Tigers Monday night at a site and time to be determined.

    Good Luck Tigers! 


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  • Special Education Comprehensive Plan

    The Sharon City School District has the Special Education Comprehensive Plan available for viewing before it is voted on at the next school board meeting. Please click here to view the document. 


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  • music

           Congratulations to Julia Trambley for qualifying for PMEA State Chorus and Justin Stanek for 1st alternate for his section.  Best of luck at states!
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  • Sharon High Swimmers Advance to DistrictsSwimming Eight Sharon High swimmers qualified for the PIAA District 10 Championship which will be held this coming weekend. Competitors are:  seniors Emily Wood, Madeleine Songer, Luke Sadowski; juniors- Kate Levitt, Zach Cattron, Marina Tomasello; sophmore Nolan Songer; and freshman Jake Cattron. Best of luck this weekend!


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  • Upcoming Robotics Workshops


    The Sharon City School District will be hosting two upcoming robotics workshops for Sharon and surrounding communities.  

    Tuesday, April 17th: Family Workshop 6:00-8:00 PM  Deadline: April 6.  Additional details and application can be found by clicking here

    Saturday, April 21st:  Weekend Robotics Camp 9:00 AM -4:00 PM   Deadline: April 13. Additional details and application can be found by clicking here

    Payment is due with completed application.  Specific details can be found in the application. 


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  • High School Tutoring Calendar


    March Schedule

    (please click on month for PDF schedule)


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  • Team 1

    Congratulations to the Tiger Techs Robotics Teams (Team 1 and 2) who competed against 75 teams at the Western PA Championship Tournament at La Roche College. Team 1 achieved the third place champions award and also recieved first place for their research project and fourth place for their robot performance.  Team 2 achieved first place for their research presentation and ninth place for their robot performance. Both teams are advancing to the national/internatioanl level and heading to the North American Robotics Tournament at Legoland, California in May.  

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  • Hall of Fame

    Sharon High School Alumni Hall of Fame Class of 2018 Nominations

    The Sharon High School Alumni Committee is now accepting nominations for the class of 2018. The committee annually recognizes outstanding alumni for their significant achievement and contributions to their career and community. This will the 6th class of alumni to be honored.
    Alumni who graduated at least 20 years ago can be nominated in 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.
    Honorees will be announced in May and will participate in induction activities in September. Nomination forms may be obtained by clicking here. 
    Deadline for nominations is April 1st.
    Info: Brian Kepple, 724-346-9869 or bkepple1@verizon.net

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  • Priority Seating

    Accessible seating is available for all events at the Sharon City School District, we highly recommend guests contact our athletic office directly, as our staff is more intimately knowledgeable about our facilities and they will provide the best service for our guests with accessible requirements. 

    Accessible seating is reserved exclusively for guests with accessible requirements and their companions. 

    The Sharon City School District is committed to working with guests on a case-by-case basis to adequately accommodate individual needs.  As such, seating for guests with disabilities at both Tiger Gymnasium and at Tiger Field has been identified on both the home and visitors bleachers for use.

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