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Youth, School, & Community
The Allegheny Valley School District welcomes over 900 Pre-K - grade 12 students to its buildings to provide an inclusive learning environment.  Students are able to balance academics with opportunities in the arts, athletics, STEAM learning, and extra-curricular clubs, creating a balanced program that delivers a well-rounded educational experience.


From The District

The Allegheny Valley School District will have a public sale of surplus technology.   Items include used laptops, tablets, printers, and other misc technology items.  The sale is open to the general public.  
When:  Saturday, December 2nd,  1-5PM
Where:   Springdale HS Cafeteria  (use D-Wing parking lot)
Featured Items:  Apple Macbook Laptops,  iPads,  Chromebooks, and more. 
Payment Options:   Cash Only 
A limit of two laptops and two tablets will be enforced per sale during the first three hours (1-4PM).  
All items are sold as-is and all sales are final.  
Estimated item quantities:
(in working condition or otherwise,  prices dependant on exact model and condition)
~80 Apple Macbook Air (A1932), ~$230.00/ea
~10 HP ProBook Laptops,   ~$150.00/ea.
~100 Apple iPads (of various models/generations),  ~$40-100/ea.
~100 Dell 11" Chromebooks (3100 series),  ~$40/ea
~20 HP Inkjet Printers,  ~$40/ea.
~10 HP Desktops,  ~$80/ea.
~10 15-17" LCD Monitors,  ~$20/ea.
Misc. Cables, Webcams, Keyboards, Mouses, and more.
More details regarding what will be available will be posted as the event nears.  

The Allegheny Valley School District has scheduled its 2023 Thanksgiving Break for Thursday, November 23 to Monday, November 27.  The buildings will be closed at this time.  Classes resume on Tuesday, November 28.

Nomination forms for Allegheny Valley's Alumni Hall of Fame are now being accepted.  The forms can be found on the web site under the Community & Alumni section and will be accepted through January 31, 2024. For more information on this program, please visit the Community & Alumni section of the website or contact the public relations office at 724-274-5300.

Thousands of Pennsylvania kids under 19 could lose their CHIP health plan coverage if they fail to renew their eligibility now that the public health emergency has ended. This has a direct impact on the health and wellness of your students. CHIP families are again required to complete their renewal information using the state COMPASS system to maintain their child’s State coverage.  If your child is covered by CHIP, please take a moment to access the COMPASS system and renew your information.

All kids who are under 19, residents of PA, are a U.S. citizen, U.S. national or qualified alien, and do not qualify for Medicaid are eligible for CHIP, regardless of income.



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