Mt. Lebanon High School Evening and Technical Theatre Companies Present
Fight Girl Battle World
By Qui Nguyen on March 20 - March 23 at 7:30 p.m. Mt. Lebanon High School Fine Arts Theatre.
All tickets are $8, including at the door. Tickets may also be reserved online.
For questions, including Gold Card Members, please call 412-344-2067.
"E-V is a street fighter on Battle World but she is also the last human female in all the known galaxies. Along with the help of her rag-tag team of an ex-military general, a feisty spaceship pilot, and one very sarcastic robot sidekick, E-V quests to find the last human male before he too is destroyed by alien forces. Can they do it?
The play was originally produced by Vampire Cowboys Theater Company, New York.
Congratulations to Mt. Lebanon High School athletes for a run of championship performances this past weekend. We wish the best of luck to those moving on in the PIAA tournament. Here is a quick rundown of our Lebo successes.
Boys' Basketball WPIAL 6A Champions
Mt. Lebanon Boys's Basketball captured the WPIAL Class 6A Championship on Saturday night March 2 at the University of Pittsburgh Peterson Events Center. The Blue Devils topped Butler 62-57 in an exciting game that kept everyone on the edge of their seats. This is Lebo's first championship since 2009 and Coach Joe David's third in his 18 year tenure as the team's head coach. It was truly a team effort.
Girls' Swimming WPIAL Individual Champions
Congratulation to the girls' swim team members who won individual gold at the WPIAL Championship over the weekend. Trinity Ward won her 4th career WPIAL gold medal in the 100 yd Butterfly. Maddie Dorish, Elizabeth McDyer, Meredith Reese, & Sophia Donati won gold in the 200 Free Relay and Maddie Dorish, Elizabeth McDyer, Trinity Ward, & Hannah Morelli won gold in the 200 Medley Relay.
The girls team came in second place overall for a silver medal. Photo Credit: Eleanor Bailey The Almanac
Congratulations to Luke Stout on his WPIAL Gold medal win in 182 lb weight class and to Nate Hoaglund for his silver medal win the 285 lb weight class.
Congratulations to our two high school Unified Bocce teams for winning silver medals at the county tournament. Each team won their first two matches. This is the first time the team has medaled. Got Lebo!
We are proud to announce that Everitt Meer, a Mt. Lebanon High School sophomore, has been selected as a Distinguished Finalist in the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards. This national program that honors middle level and high school students for outstanding volunteer service is sponsored by Prudential Financial, in partnership with the National Association of Secondary School Principals.
In conjunction with the Prudential Spirit of Community Award, Everitt was also recognized with the President's Volunteer Service Award. The award recognizes Americans of all ages who have volunteered significant amounts of their time to serve their communities and their country. This award includes a certificate and letter from the President of the United States.
Everitt was recognized for starting the "Treasure Our Veterans" project, which has raised enough money to host more than 25 veterans breakfast clubs - community breakfast events focused on celebrating veterans and sharing their stories. Everitt's volunteer efforts for the project include designing and selling T-shirts and lapel pins, creating informational flyers, giving speeches and designing thank-you cards for participating veterans.
Thousands of young people across the country were considered for 2019 Spirit of Community Awards. From all of these, only 9 were selected from Pennsylvania.
Everitt will be honored at March 18 School Board meeting where a representative of Prudential will present him with an engraved Prudential Spirit of Community bronze medallion in recognition of his outstanding community service.
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On this month's School Board agenda is approval of the Pennsylvania Department of Education's (PDE) required Special Education Plan, a subsection of the PDE Comprehensive Plan. The plan reflects PDE requirements and is not intended to be a program review. The plan includes only special education, not gifted services. Elements of the required plan included in the report are:
- Assurances related to providing Free and Appropriate Education (FAPE) through a range of services, implementing a child find (identification) protocol, inclusionary practices, compliance with state and federal guidelines, and appropriate utilization of Access (federal) funds;
- A description of the facilities that are utilized by the District to provide special education services, both in-district and out;
- A program profile that outlines the various positions in the district that provide Special Education services.
- A description of available in-district support services; and
- A description of utilized contracted services.
Special Education Director Dr. Heather Doyle gave a presentation to Board at the March 11, 2019 Discussion meeting.
School Board Presentation PDF March 11, 2019
At the March 11 School Board Discussion meeting, Business Director Rob Geletko and Dr. Tim Steinhauer presented the base budget for 2019-2020 which is the starting point for all budget discussions. As the process continues, these initial numbers are refined as more information becomes available from internal district discussions and later when we receive budget funding information from the state.
The budget for the 2019-2020 school year will be developed over the next few months until approval at the end of May. We invite the public to attend meetings where the budget will be discussed to share their input. A list of meeting dates and times are available at www.mtlsd.org/budget.
All School Board budget discussions will be taped for broadcast and will be posted online.
High School Junior Eva Dorr was selected as a KDKA Extra Effort Award Winner on February 26. Eva was selected for her great academic record, community service and her exceptional athletic talent in both field and ice hockey. In 2018 Eva was honored with the PA High School Field Hockey Coaches Association Award, Scholar of Distinction and the National Field Hockey Coaches Award for High School National Academic Squad; Scholar of Distinction.
Eva has volunteered for over 160 hours of community's service for the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation including teaching the blind to play hockey, learn to skate programs, sled hockey and working with Steele City Icebergs and disabled children.
KDKA's Bob Pompeani visited Mt. Lebanon High School to present Eva with the Extra Effort Award and a check for $200 in front of her teammates, friends and family. Congratulations Eva!
- MonMar18 School Board Regluar Mtg. 7:30 PMHS Room D205
- WedMar20 HS Evening Theatre Co. Production 7:30 PM
- ThuMar21 HS Evening Theatre Co. Production 7:30 PM