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SLB Radio’s Oral History Program connects teens with adult role models in their communities. Click here to listen.


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Join us as we celebrate the original talent in our midst with these weekly archives of in-studio performances by regional and national musicians and artists. Folk, bluegrass, jazz, singer/songwriter, international, storytellers and more!


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Articles in Shaler Area Middle School

Phipps Fairchild Challenge: Shaler & Franklin Regional

May 19, 2015 – 10:38 am
IMG_8745 Franklin Regional Middle School student Sadie Puskar along with Shaler Area Middle Schoolers Michaela Brining, Eddie Sheets, Emily Kelly, & Molly McDonough discussing their award winning entries in the latest Fairchild Challenge, a national program encouraging environmental awareness and action in teens and sponsored locally by Phipps Conservatory & Botanical Gardens.

YES: Fairchild Challenge Winners

November 16, 2013 – 3:29 pm
fair_thumbedit From 11/16/13: Shaler Middle School students sharing haiku from their award-winning book created for the Fairchild Challenge, designed to foster environmental awareness among teens and sponsored locally by Phipps Conservatory & Botanical Gardens

Shaler Area Middle School Reflections

May 27, 2011 – 5:46 pm
In May, 2011, 12 students exiting Shaler Area Middle School share their thoughts on the transition to high school.