In conjunction with a program educating the students, we ask parents and caregivers to assist the school in creating a safe walking environment for our students. If you drop off or pick up on Moffett Street, please review these important reminders.
Remember, Moffett Street is a two-way street. At no time are you permitted to drive on the wrong side of the road, especially over the Cross Walk.
Please keep the cross walk clear particularly during the busy dismissal time.
When stopping for students using the Cross Walk, please allow space so that students are able to watch for moving vehicles in both directions.
If you see that a vehicle may be endangering a student, please use your horn to alert them. While it may be loud, it is more important to make the driver aware and alert the pedestrians to danger.
Remember, child safety should always come first. Please don’t put your child or your neighbor’s child in an unsafe situation for convenience sake.
~ Dr. James Walsh, Principal
Dr. James Walsh, Principal: 412-344-2120, #5
Jeff Zeiders, Dean of Students: 412-344-1087
To provide the best education possible
for each and every student
21 Moffett Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15243
In the event of an emergency, we will use the media, channels 7 and 19, and www.mtlsd.org to communicate with parents.
Our alternative site is Bower Hill Presbyterian Church, and our sister schools are Jefferson Elementary and Lincoln Elementary.
Students and parents may now report bullying incidents with this confidential online hotline.
It almost that time of year for state testing! Please see our PSSA section for tips on how to best prepare your child for the exams.
Bravo to eighth grader Rebecca Schwartz for qualifying for the Pennsylvania Geographic Bee competition! She will compete with other students from across the state in Harrisburg, PA later this month.
Mellon and JMS were big winners at the America Bowl hosted by Baldwin High School. Of our three participating teams, Mt. Lebanon took third and second place. Congratulations to the following JMS students: Emily Doherty, Morgan Meer, Rebecca Schwartz, Alexis Schulte-Albert , and Dalia Fantini.
Intramurals are in full force at JMS. Check out the student activities page for some NEW and exciting opportunities to get involved after school.
Check out the opportunities available in the JMS Writing Lab this spring!
Think of us the next time you are filling up the recycling container on trash day! The JMS art studios would love to have your empty yogurt, sour cream, or other plastic containers (big or small). Old paper towel rolls, old magazines, and scrap fabrics are also needed. Drop off your donations to Mrs. Melvin in room 31.
Congratulations to Caroline Brustoloni and Elizabeth Ly for representing JMS at the 81st annual Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science Fair at Duquesne University. Caroline received a second place award with her microbiology entry, and Elizabeth received first place in the botany category. Both girls qualified to complete in the state competition at Penn State University in May.
Parents: TeenSafe, an online service that enables parents to remotely observe texts, social media activity and cell phone calls, has provided us with a helpful parenting guide to online safety. TeenSafe is also offering JMS parents a discount and a $10 donation to our PTA for every parent that subscribes.
It is fast and easy to order your 2014-15 yearbook at Jostens Website NOW!
In conjuction with the Mt. Lebanon Police Department, we have created a page to educate parents about cyber safety. Please have a look at the tips to keep your kids safe!
The District's entire calendar of events is online! The JMS calendar is available by clicking the calendar link on the left navigation menu. One or more of these calendars can be syncronized with a smart phone, computer, and/or Google account! Some helpful tips and links can be found by clicking here.