Mt. Lebanon High School’s Little Lebo Preschool Program is accepting registrations for the Spring Program which runs from March 11 through May 24, 2019. Our program offers unique learning experiences through our in-house “field trips” to places such as the wildlife biology room, dance studio, percussion room, and choir room. Children may enroll if they are at least three years old by January 1 and should not be older than four years ten months by March 1. The program meets Monday through Thursday from 9:10 – 10:40 am. The deadline for application is February 25, 2019. The total cost is $65. For more information, please contact the secretary, Susan Kordistos, at 412-344-2023.
The Mt. Lebanon School District Instrumental Strings Program Presents Electrify Your Strings with Mark Wood "The Discovery Tour 2019" You don't want to miss this concert featuring Mark Wood, world-renowned electric violinist from the Trans-Siberian Orchestra.
Mt. Lebanon High School will hold the One-Hundred-and-Fifth Commencement for the Class of 2019 on Thursday, June 6, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. at the High School Stadium.The ceremony will be streamed live here and will also be broadcast live on Cable Channel 19 and 33.
This month, Governor Tom Wolf announced the grant recipients for the School Safety and Security Grant Program. We were very pleased to learn that we will receive $476,660.00 over two years―the second largest award in our region for a broad range of training, equipment, and infrastructure.
This month, six students from Mt. Lebanon High School participated in the 85th annual state meeting of the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science at Penn State University. During the competition, students gave a slide presentation on an individual science research project that they designed and performed.
At the May 20, 2019 School Board meeting, the Board approved the 2019-2020 Final Budget in the amount of $102,625,872, setting the millage rate at 24.79, a .47 mill increase over the 2018-2019 millage rate, utilizing $1,000,000 of the Fund Balance revenues. The millage increase translates into $47 a year for a house assessed at $100,000.
School Board President Mike Riemer stopped by Jefferson Middle School and Jefferson Elementary School this week.