Quaker Valley School District
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Quaker Valley School District

Superintendent: Dr. Tammy A. Andreyko
Principal: Deborah Riccobelli
Athletic Director: Mike Mastroianni
Address: 625 Beaver Street, Leetsdale, PA, 15056
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Quaker Valley embraces new technology
Sep 16, 2019
Students sitting in social studies classes at Quaker Valley middle and high schools can take a virtual tour of the Golden Gate bridge from inside their classroom.

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WPIAL Class 3A roundup: Central Valley stays undefeated with nonconference win
Sep 14, 2019

Myles Walker returned the opening kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown and added a 64-yard scoring run and a 20-yard TD reception to lead Class 3A No. 4 Central Valley to a 35-14 nonconference win at Class 2A No. 2 North Catholic (2-1) on Friday night.

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Quaker Valley falls to Beaver Falls
Sep 14, 2019
Noah Vaughan scored on a 15-yard run, a 22-yard reception and a 54-yard interception return as Beaver Falls (3-1, 2-1) beat Quaker Valley, 57-22, in a Class 3A Tri-County West matchup Friday night.

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Sewickley Academy, Quaker Valley among WPIAL’s top golf teams
Sep 13, 2019

The high school golf regular season has made the turn, and there are two familiar names atop the Section 9-AA leaderboard: Sewickley Academy and Quaker Valley.

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Quaker Valley football seeking 1st victory
Sep 12, 2019
The Quaker Valley football team will take aim at its first victory of the season Friday night when the Quakers host Beaver Falls in a Class 3A Tri-County West contest.

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Library Card Sign-Up Month reminds students, families that libraries are the key to academic success
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Sep 12, 2019
This September, the Sewickley Public Library is joining the American Library Association (ALA) and libraries nationwide for Library Card Sign-Up Month, a time to remind parents, caregivers and students that a library card is the first step towards academic achievement and lifelong learning. A library card opens a world of infinite possibilities through resources and […]

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Valley Homes community 1943-1954
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Sep 11, 2019
  To help alleviate the wartime housing shortage for defense and shipyard workers, 372 units were built at the corner of Big Sewickley Creek and Turkeyfoot roads. The neighborhood featured a general store and community center. Though intended as temporary housing, the Valley Homes community remained open until 1954 to house returning veterans and their […]

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Back in the country…Bell Acres
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Sep 10, 2019
The Bell Acres story began more than 200 years ago when hardy pioneers ventured into the wilderness North of the Ohio River. Commonly referred to as the “hills back of Sewickley” or simply “back in the country”, the heavily wooded hillsides and deep ravines were sparsely populated by farm families. In 1854, a group of […]

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WPIAL Class 3A football roundup: Central Valley topples Beaver Falls
Sep 07, 2019

Jaylen Guy ran for 75 yards and a 24-yard touchdown as No. 4 Central Valley scored a 21-6 victory over Beaver Falls (2-1, 1-1) in a Class 3A Tri-County West football game Friday night in Beaver County.

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Quaker Valley set to host defending champion Aliquippa
Sep 06, 2019
After a rough opening game, the Quaker Valley football team will be back in action at 7 p.m. Friday.

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September is Love Your Library Month
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Sep 03, 2019
Great stories start at the Sewickley Public Library and during the month of September, the library is writing a love story. Celebrated at libraries throughout Allegheny County in September, the Love Your Library campaign is designed to focus attention on the critical mission of public libraries not just to lend books, but to provide educational […]

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Quakers set to kick off football season
Aug 30, 2019
At long last, the Quaker Valley football team will kick off its 2019 season Friday night when it travels to Central Valley for a 7 p.m. Class 3A Tri-County West game.

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