On September 7 at 9:00 a.m. on WQED, Lincoln Elementary students will be featured on an episode of the popular children's show, Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood. The show was filmed last spring and will highlight the importance of following safe walking practices. Lincoln students and since retired Lincoln crossing guard, Tony Randazzo, were filmed crossing the Ralston Road, Beverly Road intersection. This is the second time one of our schools has been featured on the show. Last spring the high school band visited Daniel's neighborhood.
Go Lincoln! Ugga Mugga!
The high school welcomed the Class of 2020 to freshman orientation this past week with Link Crew, a high school transition program. The goal of the program is to welcome freshmen and make them feel comfortable, not just on orientation day, but throughout the first year of their high school experience. Last spring students were selected as Link Crew leaders to mentor incoming freshman. As positive role models, Link Crew Leaders guide the freshmen to discover what it takes to be successful during the transition to high school and help facilitate freshman success.
We're All In This Together
"We're all in this together" is the theme of the 2016-17 opening day video for staff.
Back to School Wave
Watch a BIG welcome back to school wave for our students from our staff.
High School Dedication
This is a slideshow of the High School Dedication on Oct. 11, 2015.
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Today, a new group of enthusiastic teachers was welcomed into the District by Dr. Steinhauer, administrators and School Board President Larry Lebowitz and Vice President Mary Birks at the kick-off of the teacher induction program. Induction is led by assistant superintendents Dr. Marybeth Irvin and Dr. Ron Davis and includes a week of instruction by most of our administrators and continues with meetings throughout the year. Our induction team includes teachers, principals and administrators and provides a comprehensive and practical overview of the District's mission, strategic plan, and expectations. Discussions focus on student mastery of academic standards, learning about the community and community expectations, discussions of professionalism, school safety and stakeholder engagement. The day ended with a school bus tour of the community and our neighborhood schools to give the new teachers a quick introduction to the Mt. Lebanon community.
The Mt. Lebanon School Board voted at the August 15 Regular Meeting to appoint Stephen Strotmeyer to fill the vacant seat on the Board due to the resignation of Elaine Cappucci. Mr. Strotmeyer is an epidemiologist at the University of Pittsburgh, a six year resident of Mt. Lebanon and has children in the schools. Mr. Strotmeyer will serve through the end of 2017 and has indicated that he plans to run for school board during next year's election.
The Board solicited candidates from the community, conducted public interviews during a Special Meeting held on August 8, and deliberated and voted at the August 15 Regular meeting. U.S. District Judge Terrence McVerry was on hand to administer the oath of office after which Mr. Strotmeyer took his seat on the Board for the voting meeting.
The Neighborhood Ford Store presented the Ford Junior Grand Prix Trophy to Mt. Lebanon student Riley Andrews at Kenny Ross Ford South.
Riley won the competition at the recent Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix, where he built and raced a car of Lego's in the unlimited class. Riley's model had the fastest time of .97 seconds and earned him the first place trophy.
Riley, like many other winners in past competitions, participated in the annual Neighborhood Ford Store event for several years prior to winning this year.
Neighborhood Ford Store is a group of 81 Ford dealers in western Pennsylvania, southeastern Ohio, the panhandle of Maryland and north central West Virginia.
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