Shake off those winter blues and come to the STEAM Showcase on February 22 from 6:30-9:00 p.m. in the High School Center Court. The evening will include displays of student work in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math and educational activities from kindergarten to grade 12. It's a fun filled event for the entire family.
Laser Show--The STEAM Showcase will feature a laser show in the Auditorium-- always a favorite of students and parents alike.
Maker Spaces -- This year there will be a variety of Maker Spaces throughout the school. Students and parents are invited to tinker, play and interact with LEDs, LEGOs, Keva Planks, robots, laser engravers, and 3D printers, as well as build barges, roller coaster loops, spaghetti towers and more.
Tour the Science Classrooms--Finally, our guests will be invited to tour some of the amazing science classrooms and labs at the high school.
All are welcome to this fun and educational event!
Congratulations to the high school Model UN team on winning 1st place overall at Carnegie Mellon University's Model UN Tournament in January.
Individual First Place honors in their committees went to junior Rebecca Schwartz and sophomore Daniel McNulty. Second Place awards went to seniors Max King and Spencer Serrano, junior Dan Helmeci and sophomore Antonio Carapella. Winning Third Place honors were seniors Aya Obeid, Anne Jin, Bennett Palumbo and Connor Alexander.
Coaches George Savarese, Peter DiNardo and Adam Lumish are extremely proud of the performance of the students of the Model UN team.
Jefferson Middle School held their annual International Night to celebrate the rich cultural diversity of the school. JMS families packed the school to enjoy an evening of food and entertainment from around the world. There is no better place to sample delicious food from every corner of the world as families shared their favorite family recipes for the pot luck dinner--no better way to start off the night than with a community meal. After dinner, the entertainment kicked off in the auditorium. Students proudly displayed their ethnic heritage by performing traditional dances that required great skill and a lot of practice. In addition there were games and raffle baskets that raised $5,600 for the Cali Orphanage Fund to benefit orphanages in Haiti and Colombia. This event has raised thousands of dollars over the years to benefit the work of these orphanages. Congratulations to the JMS community, faculty, students and parents for another successful International Night.
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Dear Mt. Lebanon Parents,
Unsettling images, videos, and descriptions of Wednesday's school shooting continue to surface on the news and social media. As a follow-up to my email yesterday, I am providing a link to some reliable resources to assist parents when talking with their child about this event.
It is important that we come together as a community to support and care for our children. Your child's teacher, school counselor, and principal stand ready to assist you.
Parent Resources: https://www.mtlsd.org/parentresources
Timothy J. Steinhauer
Dr. Timothy Steinhauer sent the following letter to parents, students and staff in the wake of the tragic event that took place yesterday in Parkland, Florida.
Dear Mt. Lebanon Parents,
A terrible tragedy took place yesterday in Parkland, Florida. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims, families, students, and staff at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Please know that we have safety procedures in place for each building and that we review them regularly with our administrators, faculty and staff. In addition, we train within our buildings and with Mt. Lebanon Police, Fire and MRTSA for all types of emergencies. As more details emerge about this incident, we will work with emergency management officials to make adjustments to our plans as necessary.
Communication is always key to helping prevent such terrible incidents. Parents should talk with their children, as well as with our faculty, staff, and administrators, if any concerns of this nature become evident.
Our students, parents, staff, and community members should know that we will continue to do everything possible to maintain safe, welcoming, and nurturing schools for all of our children. Their safety remains our highest priority.
Here is a link to the District's Safety information: https://www.mtlsd.org/page.cfm?p=561
Timothy J. Steinhauer
8th grade students at Jefferson Middle School created a video as a part of a STEM Video competition. The team included 8 students: Molly Doherty, Maddie Rea, Ben Ash, Connor Frank, Melanie Rayl, Rosemary Crist, Kaloyan Stefanov, and Michael Mylen.
The Student Video Contest is sponsored by Catalyst Connection, a non-profit economic development organization that helps small manufacturers in southwestern Pennsylvania improve their competitive performance. Catalyst Connection created the "Explore the New Manufacturing" Program to help build a strong pipeline of talent and give young people a new perspective on the exciting and current career opportunities that exist in the manufacturing industry.
The JMS students traveled to Jennison Corporation in Carnegie in November where they filmed all footage.
The students are competing to get more votes for their video than other local schools. Click the link below, as well as the trending posts on social media to view and vote for the video ALL WEEK! Click here to go to the website and vote for the Mt. Lebanon video! Thank you for your support of this exciting opportunity for our students.
- ThuFeb22 District STEAM Showcase 6:30 PM to 9:00 PMHS Center Court
- MonFeb26 School Board Regular Mtg. 7:30 PMHS Room D205
- TueFeb27 HS Orchestra Concert 7:30 PMHS Auditorium