Upper St. Clair High School was awarded the 2020 Magna Award in the “under 5,000 enrollment” category for its 409 Program, the district’s unique approach to therapeutic emotional support. The award recognizes innovation and creativity in school programs that remove barriers to help increase student achievement. On a recently released episode of Keystone Education Radio, podcast host Annette Stevenson discusses the award-winning 409 Program with Barbara Bolas, Upper St. Clair’s board president, and Amy Pfender, assistant to the superintendent of the school district.

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