Three South Fayette students represented our district and the Western Pennsylvania region this week at the White House Frontiers Conference on Innovation.
South Fayette High School students now have their own laptop computers to use in the classroom and for continued instruction at home. Each student received a Hewlett Packard Revolve laptop computer on the first day of classes this academic year.
Scientific American® recognizes South Fayette Township School District for our successful efforts to implement computational thinking into our curriculum for students at all grade levels.
The BudBudE app ensures students get on the right bus at the right location and at the right time.
Second graders at Rowan Elementary School are learning what it takes to be an engineer. Their teacher has made an effort to introduce STEAM learning into her classroom this year after attending last year's Summer Institute hosted by South Fayette in conjunction with Remake Learning and generous support from the Grable Foundation.