Kiski Area to play football at Davis Field this season - Tribune-Review


Kiski Area to play football at Davis Field this season
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The Kiski Area School District recently submitted to Allegheny Township a conceptual plan for future development at the football field next to the high school. Plans include a 20,000-square-foot field house, with restrooms, about 730 new parking spaces ...

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Region II offers lone race in Kiski Area School Board primary - Tribune-Review


Region II offers lone race in Kiski Area School Board primary
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Like all school districts, Kiski Area's board has to deal with increasingly difficult budget decisions as the cost for pensions and other expenses continue to climb. Smail, an attorney and a compliance officer for a wealth management company, said that ...

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Additional courses proposed for Kiski Area curriculum - Tribune-Review


Additional courses proposed for Kiski Area curriculum
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The median assessed value on a house in the Westmoreland County portion of the Kiski Area School District is $16,492, according to district officials. Here's what the 2015-2016 tax bill would look like for such a property: Old tax rate: 83.45 mills ...

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Kiski Area tax increase likely - Tribune-Review


Kiski Area tax increase likely
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There's bad news and there is good news, sort of, for Kiski Area School District residents in the 2015-16 proposed budget. The bad news is that a tax increase seems likely to fund the $56.4 million in expenditures, which is $3.3 million more than the ...

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Kiski Area School Board approves summer projects - Tribune-Review


Kiski Area School Board approves summer projects
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The board also approved roof repairs at the East Primary School (formerly Vandergrift Elementary). The district awarded the $24,000 work contract to Strongland Roofing System of Parks Township. It will buy $12,000 in materials from Garland Co., of Ohio ...

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Kiski to finalize tax hike - Tribune-Review


Kiski to finalize tax hike
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The Kiski Area School Board likely will finalize a proposed tax increase in the preliminary 2015-16 budget approved Monday. The preliminary budget increases taxes in the Westmoreland County portion of the district by 2.6 percent and by 1.8 percent in ...

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3 commissioner races highlight Alle-Kiski Valley primary - Tribune-Review


3 commissioner races highlight Alle-Kiski Valley primary
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In the Kiski Area School District, there is a race for two school board seats in the district's Region II, which includes Washington Township (except North Washington), Oklahoma Borough, Bell Township and Avonmore. Incumbents Ann Marie Nagy and Tammy ...

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Kiski Area grad Antone earns respect from college softball opposition the hard way - Tribune-Review


Kiski Area grad Antone earns respect from college softball opposition the hard way
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Kiski Area High School graduate Maddie Antone earned Big South Conference Freshman of the Year for her performance as Winthrop's designated hitter, yet she yearned to play a greater role in the field, too.

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Kiski Area School District to save more than $100000 because of low oil prices - Tarentum Valley News Dispatch


Kiski Area School District to save more than $100000 because of low oil prices
Tarentum Valley News Dispatch
An extended drop in oil prices is expected to have mixed results on the nation's industry but, as with most consumers, it's all good for the Kiski Area School District. Officials said Wednesday that the district will save more than $100,000 next school ...

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Kiski Area accepts superintendent's resignation - Tribune-Review


Kiski Area accepts superintendent's resignation
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Kiski Area School District Superintendent John Meighan will retire after the current school year. His resignation, which will take effect July 1, was submitted to the district prior to Monday night's school board meeting, where the board accepted it ...

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