Woolslair Elementary School
Woolslair Elementary School

A hidden gem nestled among the streets of Bloomfield and Lawrenceville and housed in a Nationally Historic landmark building.

Starting in the 2015–2016 school year, Woolslair will be a partial STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) magnet in grades K–2 as well as a neighborhood school. The school’s partial magnet program will grow one grade at a time after the 2015–2016 school year. At its core, STEAM education combines several disciplines into project learning to help students gain a better understanding of how science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics relate in the real world. Additionally, this program’s unique approach promotes hands-on learning, ownership, and collaboration to help all types of learners succeed. Woolslair’s STEAM program is available by application for students who reside in any area of the city. Non-magnet students will also receive STEAM education programming while at Woolslair.

At Pittsburgh Woolslair, our students participate in our 5Ps School-Wide Positive Behavior Plan. Each student is expected to follow the 5Ps throughout the school day – Prompt, Prepared, Present, Positive, and Polite. Students are rewarded monthly for following the 5 Ps. Woolslair offers an Art Club (grades K–2), an Energy Committee (grades 3–5), Student Council (grades K–5), and a Safety Committee (grades 4–5). We have partnerships with Bloomfield Garfield Corporation, St. Margaret Health Partnership, Mercy Behavioral Health, and Bloomfield Preservation Society. Students have frequently won the Ben Carson Scholarship.

Additional Educational Services:
Learning Support, Speech & Language, Itinerant Hearing and Vision, Autistic Support, Emotional Support, Occupation Therapy and Physical Therapy, Regional Emotional Support Classroom

Woolslair Elementary School was last modified: August 4th, 2016 by Arielle Evans