Mt. Lebanon High School Dance Company under the direction of Mrs. Cece Kapron, gave another stellar performance on January 17 and at Daytimes for students on January 18. Watch a slideshow of the performances by our very talented student dancers. Special thanks to Junior Harrison Lilley for contributing some of his photos to the video.

Dance Company 2019 Video.

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Congratulations to the students and faculty advisors of the Mellon and Jefferson literary magazines, The Outlook and Our Piece of Mind, on being awarded the Recognizing Excellence in Art and Literary Magazines (REALM) Award by the National Council of Teachers of English.

The REALM program publicly recognizes excellent literary magazines produced by students with the support of their teachers. REALM is designed to encourage all schools to develop literary magazines that celebrate the art and craft of writing. Both magazines were selected to receive a rank of Excellent in the 2018 NCTE REALM Program.

Mellon Middle School The Outlook

Faculty Advisor: Mrs. Eve Kollar

Student Editors: Sylvia Alpern, Josie Cosentino, Anna Mares, Natalie McGee, Layla Obeid, Gia Routh, Molly Schwertfuehrer, Ruby Siefken.

Jefferson Middle School Our Piece of Mind

Faculty Advisor: Mrs. Melissa Kelly

Student Editors: Molly Doherty, Elena Engel, Elizabeth Roth

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It may have been a cold January night, but inside Jefferson Middle School you could feel the warmth of the community coming together for their 12th Annual International Night to celebrate the diversity of JMS students. The incredible turnout enjoyed a delicious community shared potluck dinner. The students participated by selecting their favorite cultural dishes to share and by developing an International Talent Show that was performed at the end of the evening.

The event raised $6,000 for the Cali Orphanage Fund in Haiti which brought the overall fundraising for the orphanage to $40,000 over the last 12 years. The leftover food was donated to the Pittsburgh Food Bank. The event would not be possible without the organization of JMS faculty Ms. Ashlee Beckett and Molly Wetmore.

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The Mt. Lebanon School District offers a half-day kindergarten program which provides opportunities for children to grow cognitively, physically, socially, and emotionally. Parents may pick up their child's kindergarten registration packet for the 2019-20 school year beginning February 1st, 2019 at their home school.

Every content area is begun in kindergarten with specific goals and objectives geared to the different developmental levels of the children. Per District Policy JEB, children who reach the age of five before September 8th or the first student day of school (whichever occurs later) are eligible to enter kindergarten in September of that school year. Parents are encouraged to notify the school of their child's eligibility for the kindergarten program. A birth certificate or passport and evidence of basic immunization must be presented before a child's entrance to school. New entrants to kindergarten must be enrolled prior to the end of the first two weeks of school, transfer students excepted. Read more about our kindergarten program.
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Congratulations to Mt. Lebanon High School strength coach Frank Cremonese on being selected as the 2019 Region 8 NHSSCA Regional High School Strength Coach of the Year! This award is given annually to a High School Strength and Conditioning Coach in recognition for his or her coaching achievements and passion for the profession. The Regional Coach of the Year is selected from among the top coaches across the eight regions of the NHSSCA and receives a unique, personalized Coach of the Year Plaque.

We are so proud of Coach Crem's selection as a NHSSCA Regional Coach of the Year. His dedication to our student athletes is obvious with just one visit to the high school weight room.

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Congratulations to our Parkway West students who made the 2nd Quarter Directors List! They are:

Haley Barry, Health Assistant

Grayson Baylor, Public Safety

Jackson Baylor, Public Safety

Nathaniel Bracco, DMM

Joseph Eisley, HVAC

Mary Flaherty, Veterinary Assistant

Summer Karl, Veterinary Assistant

Christine Meadows, Auto Tech.

Jenna Schwartz, Cosmetology

Adam Simkovich, BCT

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Lebo P.R.I.D.E will hold their next meeting on Tuesday, February 12 from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. in Room D205 at Mt. Lebanon High School

Topic: Transition to Work and Post-Secondary Education - What Happens after High School with Support

Please join us to learn about and discuss important topics related to your child's path to adulthood such as accommodations and supports provided in college, supports provided by the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, and assistance from the Office of Intellectual Disability.

Representatives from the Allegheny County Office of Intellectual Disability and the Office of Supportive Services at the Community College of Allegheny County will be in attendance.

Please contact Heather Doyle (Director of Special Education) at or Lisa Silverman (PTA Council Representative) at for questions or more information.

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    • MonFeb18 President's Day
    • MonFeb18 School Closed; Offices Buildings Open
    • ThuFeb21 Mellon Cabaret 7:30 PMMMS Auditorium
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