Brashear High School students celebrated International Women's Day (and Women's History Month!) by talking about special women in their lives.
With Pittsburgh Public Schools looking like it may declare itself a "sanctuary" school district (which became official shortly thereafter), Brashear students discussed what that status would mean to their school and to their peers - a conversation that is particularly applicable because of Brashear's large population of students who speak English as a second language.
Students at both Pittsburgh King and Clairton Middle School continued to send each other audio messages these past two weeks, asking about their school cafeteria food, school basketball teams, and what is the best place in their neighborhood?
From 05/07/2016: Mark Rogalsky previews Dancing Classrooms Pittsburgh's next match-up at Pittsburgh Allderdice, 5/14 at 10am.
Middle schoolers at Pittsburgh King revisited the radio studio, this time writing character biographies for their very own super hero alter-egos (names, powers, weaknesses). The students then told the story of their dramatic origins, as well as that of their arch-villain's!
From 04/09/2016: Attallah Moore (13), Amira Jackson (13), and Siani Adams (14) of Manchester Academic Charter School talking about their class shoe drive. Pickup locations include Manchester Youth & Development Center, Fox Chapel Yacht Club, and the Thelma Lovette YMCA.
Middle school students from Pittsburgh King returned to the Saturday Light Brigade radio studio to record the hair-raising opening from the film noir classic, "The Maltese Falcon."
Students from Pittsburgh King Radio Club visit the SLB studio and talk about their favorite cartoon shows and movies.
Tune in to the inaugural episode of the Nathan & Rydell Show! They're two 8th graders at Pittsburgh King with a tremendous passion for all things sport. On this week's show they discuss some of the best players from this past football season, predict next season's AFC/NFC Champions, and breakdown Peyton Manning's retirement and his place in NFL history.
Students at Pittsburgh King performed the first third of an "Escape!" radio drama, "The Abominable Snowman!"