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 Welcome to the Mt. Lebanon Foundation for Education

The mission of the Mt. Lebanon Foundation for Education (MLFE) is to directly enhance student experiences
in the Mt. Lebanon School District.

We will do this by:
• Engaging with the community and partnering with local businesses
• Funding extraordinary and innovative learning opportunities
• Expanding the boundaries of learning by supporting teacher-driven projects

Give the Gift of Education this Holiday Season

Are you looking for a unique gift to thank an important teacher or staff person who has made a difference in your child's life? As we approach the holiday season, consider paying tribute to those who do so much for our youth every day with a donation to the Mt. Lebanon Foundation for Education (MLFE). Donations made to the Foundation are used to provide grants to teachers for exciting and innovative educational projects that directly impact student learning. Your gift has a direct impact on MLFE’s ability to fund teacher grants. When you donate to the MLFE in honor of someone special, the Foundation will send a personal card to the recipient to let them know of the gift you have made. To make a gift, simply fill out the Tribute Gift Form, and follow the instructions at the bottom. Thank you!!


MLFE grants have touched students in all buildings and in all grades with projects both small and large.
Here's just one story:

MLFE funds whisperphones--pass it on!
MLFE funded the purchase of an entire classroom set of whisperphones for kindergarten and first grade classrooms in all seven elementary schools through a grant submitted by Washington Elementary School Principal Mary Kay Davis.

Whisperphones are part of a researched based strategy to improve reading results, reading fluency, reading comprehension, and phonemic awareness. When children are learning to read and write, they can say every word aloud to hear each sound in the word very clearly without disturbing other students. The hands-free style easily allows students to hold the books and participate in writing activities.

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