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Summer Credit Recovery

Summer school /credit recovery is completely online. Families may register their child at their home school for TWO district paid credit recovery courses through the AIU/Waterfront Learning. This is for any CORE courses failed or HS Phys/Ed and HS Health in the past two years.  To register for this district paid credit recovery course Parent/Guardian and student MUST report to the student’s home school and complete the Summer School Credit Recovery Contract.  Please note that any district paid summer course not completed or failed (passing is 60% or better) will require reimbursement from the family. The cost is $275 dollars per course.

*For those courses that were failed PRIOR to the 2021-2022 school year and you would like to pay for the additional course failed prior to 2021: This brochure information is also posted on the school district’s website on each school’s page. These courses are parent registration and parent pay. The list of approved credit recovery courses are in the brochure. Only two total credit recovery courses may be taken each summer.

Recent News

Scholastic Book Fair

The LMS PTA is excited to invite students to the upcoming Scholastic Book Fair!  We are excited to have our first Scholastic Book Fair of this school year to give students the opportunity to build their home libraries and further their love of reading.  As always, all purchases directly benefit our school.

Annual Title I Fall Informational Meeting
Penn Hills Elementary parents/guardians and other adults interested in learning more about our School-Wide Title I Program are welcome to join Mrs. Brown, Building Principal, on Thursday, September 14, 2023 from 6-7:30 PM. 
Superintendent Update

Dear Penn Hills Parents, Guardians and Families,

I hope you are well. As I'm sure you are already aware, earlier this summer district superintendent Dr. Nancy Hines announced her retirement effective October 2023. As a result, the Penn Hills Board of School Directors has contracted with the Pennsylvania School Boards Association (PSBA) to search for a new superintendent. This process is already underway.

Linton Middle School PTA

The Linton Middle School PTA is looking for new members to join its team! We are a group of parents, teachers, and community members who work together to support our school and its students. We organize events, raise funds, and advocate for our school's needs.

Upcoming Events