Lincoln Elementary School homerooms stuffed stockings with treats to send some welcome holiday cheer to the women and men serving in the military who will not make it home for the holidays. Lincoln families donated the stocking stuffers and students made handmade cards expressing their thanks and well wishes for our service women and men. Lincoln partnered with Beinhuaer Funeral Homes in their "Stockings for Soldiers & Veterans" holiday drive. Beinhauer's took care of the packaging and postage for delivery.

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The University of Pittsburgh held the fourth annual Model European Union Conference on December 7 and for the fourth year in a row Mt. Lebanon High School won the 1st Place award.

Pitt's Model EU featured three separate rooms with students competing as leaders of the 27 countries in the actual European Union. The debates focused on the two topics of "What Now for Brexit?" and "Transatlantic Ties Between the US and Europe."

Our students won 1st place in each of the three rooms and also won the overall 1st Place Team Award. Of the nine awards given in the committees, our students won six. Three other schools each claimed one award.

A total of 18 Lebo students competed and 16 won individual honors. They were as follows:

Seniors--Abigail Duclos, Rebecca Schwartz, Flynn Begor, Aoife Ruby Dunne, Owen Descalzi, Dan Helmeci

Juniors--Sein Lee, Antonio Carapella, Daniel McNulty

Sophomores--Katherine Wilkison, Jack Horrigan, Jack Silverman, Ben Brown, Daisy Walton

Freshmen--Ben Ash, Rafaay Khan

Congratulations to our students for their exemplary work at the annual University of Pittsburgh Model EU competition and their coaches, Mr. George Savarese and Mr. Adam Lumish.

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During the School Board meeting on November 19, Dr. Marybeth Irvin and Dr. Ron Davis presented the 2018 Student Outcomes Report. This comprehensive report includes results from PSSAs, Keystone Exams, PSATs, SATs, ACTs, AP exams, and the newly implemented Future Ready Index PA. The report provides an overview of the District's continued strong academic performance during the 2017-2018 school year. We are proud to report that Mt. Lebanon students continue to demonstrate high performance levels on all major academic assessments.

"This year's report shows that by all objective measures of student achievement, Mt. Lebanon students continue to excel academically," said Dr. Tim Steinhauer. "When our academic performance is benchmarked against other schools throughout the region and state, we consistently rank among the top 3% of all schools in Pennsylvania, and in many instances, like the Future Ready Index, at the top. This comprehensive report reflects the seriousness of effort the District undertakes to monitor and ensure that high academic performance continues to be a hallmark of a Mt. Lebanon education. The report also represents the focused, high quality work of our administrators and faculty."

2018 Student Outcomes Report

2018 Student Outcomes Report Presentation

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Shell Oil and the Pittsburgh Steelers sponsored a competition called Powering Pittsburgh – Make the Future Design Challenge for students in Allegheny, Beaver and Washington Counties. Teams of 4 students presented their idea of the future for powering Heinz Field or the city of Pittsburgh through a 10 minute presentation and a model/prototype of their idea. Nine teams competed in the final round at Heinz Field on November 15, 2018. Two teams of Mt. Lebanon students in the STEM Academy advanced to this final competition with one team becoming the 2018 Champions of the High School Division.

The students who were part of the winning team named "Future Female Scientists" are:

Chloe Spikula
Carmen Hagerty
Maddie Snyder
Ava Duchin

These four 10th grade students along with STEM Academy Director Susan Gillette Meer will receive a check for $1,500 for the STEM program and a Steelers Game Day Experience on December 2, 2018, where the winning teams will be honored in a video at the Steelers game and be presented with a check on the field.

The other team of students who advanced to that final round with an excellent proposal consisted of Molly Schwertfuehrer, Anna Mares, Melody Reynolds, and Natalie McGee, all in 9th grade.

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At the December 3, 2018 School Board reorganization meeting, Michael J. Riemer was unanimously elected School Board President and Sarah L. Olbrich as Vice President for 2019. The Board also unanimously elected Thomas Peterson as solicitor.

The School Board also set the meeting schedule for the calendar year 2019. Regular monthly meetings of the Mt. Lebanon School Board are open to the public are held in Room D205, Mt. Lebanon High School, 155 Cochran Road, Mt. Lebanon, at 7:30 p.m.

January 22, February 25, March 18, April 15, May 20, June 17, August 19, September 16, October 21, November 18, December 9.

School Board Discussion and reorganization meetings will be held in Room D205, Mt. Lebanon High School, at 7:30 p.m. on the following dates:

January 14, February 11, March 11, April 8, May 13, June 10, August 12, September 9, October 14, November 11, December 2 (Reorganization Meeting).

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At the end of December 2018, Janice R. Klein will retire from the Mt. Lebanon School District after a stellar 37 year career as Director of Business. She is acknowledged by her colleagues in the school district and across the state as the gold standard for school finance directors. Over her career, Ms. Klein has worked with seven superintendents (Allen Blacka, Richard Pitcock, Glenn Smartschan, Marge Sable, George Wilson, John Allison and Timothy Steinhauer) and 62 school board members. Through the years she has also cultivated a strong working relationship with staff at the Mt. Lebanon Municipality.

In her role as Director of Business, Ms. Klein is responsible for providing all business services for the $99 million school system. During her tenure, Ms. Klein oversaw the financing of the renovation of the two middle schools in the late 1990's, the seven elementary schools from 2000-2005, and most recently, the $110 million renovation and new construction of Mt. Lebanon High School.

Ms. Klein is known for her ability to explain complex financial issues for all to easily understand ranging from the nuances of budget discussions, to the complexities of the State Plan Con process and bond refinancing. She leaves the District in excellent financial health with the highest Moody's rating of any school district in Western Pennsylvania.

Ms. Klein also chairs the Allegheny County Schools Health Insurance Consortium (ACHSHIC), a $250 million self-insured healthcare trust led by 24 trustees which are half labor and half management. The Consortium is comprised of sixty one public schools and community colleges providing health benefits to about 20,000 employees covering almost 55,000 lives. Ms. Klein has been a trustee and chairperson for the ACHSHIC since 1997.

Ms. Klein is a member of the Board for the Pittsburgh Business Group on Health, was past president of PASBO and WCPASBO and served on the board of ASBO.

Ms. Klein has garnered many awards over the years such as the ASBO Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting, the GFOA Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting, the GFOA Distinguished Budget Presentation Award, the ASBO Meritorious Budget Award and various PSBA, NSPRA , PennSPRA and PASBO Awards.

Ms. Klein will leave the District on December 31 after transitioning Mr. Rob Geletko as the incoming Business Director.

On behalf of everyone in the Mt. Lebanon School District, we wish Ms. Klein all the best, and much happiness, in her retirement.

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The 4th Industrial Revolution?

Mt. Lebanon High School science teachers and residents, Josh Bilak and Drew Haberberger, will describe how cutting-edge technological breakthroughs could be leading to another industrial revolution Wednesday November 28, 2018, 7:00 pm Fine Arts Theater, Mt. Lebanon High School. This talk, sponsored by Mt. Lebanon School District in collaboration with Mt. Lebanon Public Library, will focus primarily on gene editing, brain-machine interfaces and the internet of things.

Plan to attend this talk to discuss recent technological breakthroughs and their implications for the future.

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