UPMC Health System will be hosting a free Covid-19 Vaccine clinic on Tuesday June 22nd from 2pm – 8pm at Hickory High School. While open to the general public, this...
Family Life Church (formerly First Assembly of God) will once again be giving winter coats, hats, and gloves to children in need. Please see the this flyer for additional...
Holiday Season Sign-Ups at The Salvation Army - Sharon for Angel Tree (Gifts for children up and including age 13) & Project Bundle-Up Coats (Children Pre-K to 12th...
Fire Prevention Activities As part of Fire Prevention Week, West Hill Students participated in fire prevention lessons presented by the City of Sharon Fire Department. This included a presentation by Fire Fighter Nick Sampson. The key points from Fire Fighter Nick Sampson’s presentation were: Every house should have a working smoke detector and fresh batteries. Every house should have an evacuation plan and an outside meeting place in the event of a fire. Stay low and go when there is smoke. Additionally, students were able to see a firefighter get dressed in all of his firefighter gear, so that if they ever encountered a situation where they may see a firefighter in their gear they would not be afraid. All students then were able to tour a mock house and practice what they were taught to do incase of a fire if they were asleep in their bedrooms. They had a tour of a fire truck and asked the fire fighters several interesting questions. We want to thank FireFighter Nick Sampson and all of the other FireFighters who came and presented to our students. Be sure to see CLASSTAG for more pictures of the students! view image
This school year, the District's Special Education Department is going through the cyclical monitoring process. This occurs every 6 years. Parent surveys are part of the monitoring process. If you have a child with an IEP in Sharon Schools, please go to http://apps.leaderservices.com/ParentSurvey to complete the survey. Your participation in the survey is completely anonymous and very much appreciated.