Save the Date: April 22
Please join us for the 3rd MLFE Annual Taste of Lebo: Battle of the Appetizers on Saturday, April 22 from 2 - 4:30 p.m. in Clearview Commons, Uptown. Several Uptown restaurants as well as Mt. Lebanon School District Food Services will be participating. Throughout the afternoon there will be live entertainment from our K-12 student groups.
Tickets are $25 for adults ($30 day of event) $10 for student and senior citizens. Free for children 5 and under.Taste of Lebo Tickets
This event is sponsored by the Mt. Lebanon Foundation for Education. The foundation provides funding for extraordinary and innovative learning opportunities while expanding the boundaries of learning by supporting teacher-driven projects. All proceeds benefit MLFE.
MLFE will also be selling an exclusive Mt. Lebanon Blue Devils Nubay Plush Blanket 60X80 for $65. Contact Sloane Astorino, MLFE Executive Director, at 412-325-8201 for more information or visit
MLFE Stadium Blankets On Sale Now!
Start your holiday shopping early by purchasing a plush Mt. Lebanon Blue Devil stadium blanket for your favorite Blue Devil. Sales benefit the Mt. Lebanon Foundation for Education. Blankets are 60"x 80" and cost $65 each. Click the link to download an order form at https://secure.affinipay.com/pages/mtlebanonschool...Make checks payable to MLFE and mail to Mt. Lebanon Foundation for Education, 7 Horsman Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15228. Buy a blanket, support a great organization and stay warm this winter. Questions? Call Sloane Astorino at firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-325-8201.
The mission of the Mt. Lebanon Foundation for Education (MLFE) is to directly enhance student experiences in the Mt. Lebanon School District. Since 1999, MLFE, a not-for-profit, 501 (c) (3) organizations, has funded more than 130 innovative projects spanning the entire curriculum at all 10 Mt. Lebanon Schools.
While Mt. Lebanon residents have always generously supported our schools through their tax dollars, public school systems must face the difficult challenge of balancing innovative programs with cost constraints. With restrained funding at the federal and state level and an increase in regulation and mandates, the need for local funds has increased as well. In establishing the Mt. Lebanon Foundation for Education, this community joins more than 4800 communities across the nation to raise private funds for public schools. K-12 education foundations like MLFE are independent, nonprofit organizations dedicated to supporting educational opportunities for children in their communities.
Dale Ostergaard, alumnus and parent
Nancy Geer, parent
Julie Smith, alumna and parent
Melissa Bailey, parent
Lynda Battista, Spanish teacher, Mellon Middle School
Josh Bilak, Physics teacher, Mt. Lebanon High School
Dr. Ron Davis, Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Education and parent.
Doug Deniziuk, Special Education, Mellon Middle School
Mike Hathy, Biology teacher, Mt. Lebanon High School, alumnus, parent
Dr. Marybeth Irvin, Assistant Duperintendent of Elementary Education
Karen Kanell, former Mt. Lebanon teacher, principal and parent
Jennifer McMullen, 2nd grade teacher, Hoover Elementary School and parent
Carlie McGinty, Dean of Students, Mt. Lebanon High School
Sarah Porter, student at Mt. Lebanon High School
Blair Proteau, student at Mt. Lebanon High School
Kim Robbins, 4th grade teacher, Washington Elementary School
Brian Schieman, alumnus and parent
Natalie Wagner, parent