K-12 Asynchronous Learning
In partnership with the Allegheny Intermediate Unit’s Waterfront Learning, the Mt. Lebanon School District is offering a K-12 Asynchronous Instruction option. It has been designed for students and families who are looking for a flexible learning option and who feel that the in-person learning is not currently meeting their needs.
The MTLSD Asynchronous Program has many benefits for students including participation in District courses, clubs, sport and activities. Students who graduate are eligible for a Mt. Lebanon diploma. Also students have the opportunity to move between it and in-person learning with the help of a liaison.
For more information please contact:
Dr. Marybeth Irvin, MIrvin@mtlsd.org
Dr. Ron Davis, RDavis@mtlsd.net
- How is the Asynchronous Learning Option managed by the school district?
- Who are the Asynchronous Learning Option teachers?
- What is the Asynchronous Learning Option curriculum?
- What does Asynchronous Learning look like?
- What about technology?
- Can Asynchronous Learning students take in person classes?
- Can Asynchronous Learning students participate in MTLSD sports and activities?
- Will participation in the Asynchronous Learning Option contribute to a MTLSD diploma?
- How is attendance taken for Asynchronous Learning?
- Can students move between Asynchronous and In-Person Learning?
- What happens when a student transitions from Asynchronous to In Person?