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Summer 2020 Classes


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SUMMER TERM


Sorry but all summer adult classes have been cancelled!  Please look for our fall classes in the September 1st edition of Mt. Lebanon Magazine and on our website.

 

We are still running the following student classes...

 

No. 605 Summer Health Class For Students (Online class)

June 15th - July 3rd (15 classes)

8:00 am - 12:00 pm Monday through Friday  (Students must register BEFORE June 15th to enroll in this class).

INSTRUCTOR: Ms. Billotte

R $300; NR $330 (Limit 20)

**Be sure to include your student email on the registration form.--Students will receive an email on June 14th with information on how to access the Google Health Class.  IF YOU DO NOT GET AN EMAIL ON JUNE 14TH, PLEASE CONTACT MR. SCHRADER.  PLEASE NOTE: Students will have to login to this class daily from 8:00 am -12:00 noon June 15th-July 3rd.  All assignments for the day must be completed by midnight of the same day.  Students CANNOT miss any classes if they want to earn credit.

The high school Health course is a sixty (60) hour session yielding a semester of school work.  It includes 15 mandatory classroom sessions that are held 5 days a week beginning Monday, June 15th. Missing any class time is subject to not meeting the requirements for a passing grade. Please note that it is the responsibility of the student/parent and not the Mt. Lebanon Summer Program to verify with their home district whether the class they are taking will fulfill necessary requirements.

(Grades 10, 11, 12) (1-Credit) This course is a concentrated version of the regular health course taught during the school year.  It is designed for those students who wish to fulfill the health requirement outside of their regular school schedule. Health may also be taken for credit recovery for those who failed to complete the course during the regular school year.

The pace of the course is geared toward those who are willing and able to grasp the various concepts in a short period of time.  Health is a course in self-awareness and self-analysis that challenges the student to examine their lifetime choices and decisions.  There is a strong emphasis on holistic wellness including the physical, mental, emotional and social components. The units of study include emotional wellness, stress management, nutrition, exercise, disease prevention and immunity.  The unit in emergency aid includes instruction and certification in CPR. Social problems of alcohol and other drugs are presented, and human sexuality is explored in depth. Parents should note that a degree of social and emotional maturity is required to participate comfortably in the course; therefore the decision as to when the course is selected during the high school career should be made after careful consideration of the individual student’s level of maturity.  

Students must complete a portfolio project for the Health course in order to fulfill graduation requirements.  Students will receive detailed instruction for additional information on this project.

 

No. 601 DRIVER EDUCATION (Online Theory Only Class)

Beginning: June 15th (Students have 1-month to complete this course)

INSTRUCTORS: Mr. Antis

Resident and Non-Resident Rate: $100

*Please note: This is a 100% online theory class that will include 30-hours of theory instruction without any in-person simulation or car instruction hours.  This class does not include the in car licensing test.  Students who have their permit and are eligible for car instruction and licensing test can call 412-344-2020 to check for car lessons and license test availability once the building and operations reopen.   This is an asynchronous class and students do not have to login at any certain point during the day.  Students can work at their own pace at any time.  All work must be completed 1-month from the start date of the class.

After you have registered, you will receive an email from Mr. Antis on June 15th, which will give you access to the class.  If you do not receive the email on that date, please contact Mr. Schrader.

**Be sure to include your student email on the registration form.

 

No. 602 DRIVER EDUCATION (Online Theory Only Class)

Beginning: July 6th (Students have 1-month to complete this course)

INSTRUCTORS: Mr. Antis

Resident and Non-Resident Rate: $100

*Please note: This is a 100% online theory class that will include 30-hours of theory instruction without any in-person simulation or car instruction hours.  This class does not include the in car licensing test.  Students who have their permit and are eligible for car instruction and licensing test can call 412-344-2020 to check for car lessons and license test availability once the building and operations reopen.   This is an asynchronous class and students do not have to login at any certain point during the day.  Students can work at their own pace at any time.  All work must be completed 1-month from the start date of the class.

After you have registered, you will receive an email from Mr. Antis on July 6th, which will give you access to the class.  If you do not receive the email on that date, please contact Mr. Schrader.

**Be sure to include your student email on the registration form.

 

No. 603 DRIVER EDUCATION (Online Theory Only Class)

Beginning: August 3rd (Students have 1-month to complete this course)

INSTRUCTORS: Mr. Antis

Resident and Non-Resident Rate: $100

*Please note: This is a 100% online theory class that will include 30-hours of theory instruction without any in-person simulation or car instruction hours.  This class does not include the in car licensing test.  Students who have their permit and are eligible for car instruction and licensing test can call 412-344-2020 to check for car lessons and license test availability once the building and operations reopen.  This is an asynchronous class and students do not have to login at any certain point during the day.  Students can work at their own pace at any time.  All work must be completed 1-month from the start date of the class.

After you have registered, you will receive an email from Mr. Antis on August 3rd, which will give you access to the class.  If you do not receive the email on that date, please contact Mr. Schrader.

**Be sure to include your student email on the registration form.

 

No. 604 DRIVER EDUCATION CAR LESSONS/ TEST (Car Only Instruction and Licensing Test)

Please call 412-344-2020 AFTER OPERATIONS AND THE BUILDINGS REOPEN to check the availability of car lessons and student licensing tests.  Please understand that we will have a back log of students waiting for car lessons and license tests when we resume operations.  Once we can begin operations again, the cost for resident and non-resident car lessons and the licensing test will be $300.  (This will include 6-hours of car lessons and the license test).  DO NOT SEND IN CHECKS FOR THIS CLASS UNTIL YOU HAVE CONFIRMED AVAILABILITY OF THE VEHICLE.