Mt. Lebanon High School’s Little Lebo Preschool Program is accepting registrations for the Spring Program which runs from March 11 through May 24, 2019. Our program offers unique learning experiences through our in-house “field trips” to places such as the wildlife biology room, dance studio, percussion room, and choir room. Children may enroll if they are at least three years old by January 1 and should not be older than four years ten months by March 1. The program meets Monday through Thursday from 9:10 – 10:40 am. The deadline for application is February 25, 2019. The total cost is $65. For more information, please contact the secretary, Susan Kordistos, at 412-344-2023.
Great Schools need great teachers. If you are thinking about a career in education, returning to the workforce, or looking to work with children, the Mt. Lebanon School District has employment opportunities for you. As a guest substitute teacher you will gain valuable experience and have a positive impact on kids.
Representative Conor Lamb (PA-17) announced Mt. Lebanon High School student Alayna Hollist as the winner of the 2019 Congressional Art Competition for Pennsylvania's 17th District for her colored pencil piece "The Candy Shop." Hollist, a junior, was declared the winner during a reception hosted by Lamb at Chatham University in May.
A group of Mt. Lebanon High School students were awarded with the Allegheny County Human Relations Commission (ACHRC) 2019 Diversity Awards in May.
At the June 17 School Board meeting, the Board unanimously approved the appointment of Brett M. Bielewicz as the new principal of Jefferson Elementary School. Mr. Bielewicz was the Assistant Principal at Whitehall Elementary School in the Baldwin-Whitehall School District.
The Mt. Lebanon School District Summer Office Hours for 2019.
Mt. Lebanon High School 9th Grade student Natalie McGee achieved a perfect score on the Level 3 National French Exam in March.