Lebo Parent University
The Mt. Lebanon School District is holding its first Lebo Parent University on Monday, January 27 from 7-9:15 p.m. at the high school. This event offers parents and guardians of all Mt. Lebanon students a menu of 40 minute classes on important and relevant topics impacting our students. You can sign up for 1 to 3 classes online for the times that work best for you.
The classes offer parents of students from Kindergarten to High School an easy way to expand their knowledge base to help support their children academically as well as their social and emotional wellbeing. Our presenters are professionals who are experts in their fields.
We ask that you sign up for classes in advance to help us schedule class space. Classes are free, open to the community, and for an adult audience.
See below for the list of classes and presenters.
- What is Mindfulness and How Can It Help My Child and Me?
- Peak Performance Through Nutrition
- Executive Functioning: Building Skills for My Elementary Child
- Social Citizenship: Parenting Considerations in the Age of Social Media
- Childhood Stress and Anxiety: How Can Parents Help
- A High School Academic Record for Successful College Entrance
- Safety Strategies for School and Beyond - ALiCE
- Current Trends in Drug and Alcohol Use in Teens
- Elementary Mathematics for Parents