October| 2018


SAT Scores On The Rise


The Mt. Lebanon School District recently received the composite SAT results for the Class of 2018. The District saw an increase in both the Evidence-Based Reading & Writing (ERW) section and the math section.  Consistent with past performance, we compare favorably to state and national results.  81.2 percent of the class took the SAT.  Dr. Ron Davis and Dr. Marybeth Irvin will present the 2018 Student Academic Outcomes Report at the November 19 School Board meeting. Their presentation will provide an in-depth review of student academic performance data.


Mt. Lebanon High School National Merit Semifinalists

Congratulations to five Mt. Lebanon High School seniors who have been selected as National Merit Semifinalists in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Competition. They are: Margaret Brown, Alayna Mikush, Alexis Schulte-Albert, Rebecca Schwartz, Meera Whitson.   Read More


School Community Conversation About School Safety 

On October 24, Dr. Tim Steinhauer and Police Chief Aaron Lauth held a School Community Conversation on School Safety and Security. This event was a continuation of the discussion held last March to discuss issues related to the safety and security practices in the District. Watch a video of the presentation for more information.


Hoover a Winner in the Matt's Maker Challenge

This fall Matt's Maker Space and The Grable Foundation sponsored the Matt's Maker Challenge at the Children's Museum. We are happy to announce that Hoover Elementary was one of nine schools who won a $2000 prize from partners, the Grable Foundation and Matt's Maker Space.Read More


Lincoln and Washington Honored as Top Title I Schools

Each year the Division of Federal Programs honors the top performing Title I schools in Pennsylvania. We are pleased to report that both Lincoln and Washington Elementary schools have been designated as 2018-2019 Title I Distinguished Schools. Read More


JMS Shows Kindness and Compassion for Our Furry Friends

The 6th Grade at Jefferson Middle School teamed up with Amy's Pet Parlor in Oakdale to collect much-needed pet supplies for homeless pets in South Carolina. The area was still recovering from Hurricane Florence when they were flooded again with Hurricane Michael. Mrs. Mercier and JMS 6th grade students and staff saw the need and organized a quick donation drive. The results were amazing and heartwarming. Read More


Mt. Lebanon High School Presents

Almost Maine

Mt. Lebanon High School Fine Arts Presents Almost Maine by John Cariani on November 7-10 at at 7:30 p.m. at Mt. Lebanon High School Fine Arts Theatre 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $8 General Admission ($10 admission at the door); $5 with a Mt. Lebanon Student ID. Visit our website for  more information and tickets. 



November 6
Election Day 
Schools Closed; Offices, Bldgs Open


November 7-10
Almost Maine
Fine Arts Theatre • 7:30 p.m. 


Thanksgiving Recess

November 21(noon dismissal) -November 23


Mt. Lebanon School District

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