Dr. Tim Steinhauer was awarded the 2017 Pennsylvania School Study Council (PSSC) William E. Caldwell Award in Administration and Supervision. Dr. Lawrence Wess from the PSSC attended the July 17 School Board meeting to present the award. Dr. Steinhauer was nominated for this award by multiple District administrators, teachers, and a retired superintendent from another district. He is acknowledged for his personal mission to ensure that the teaching , administrative and all staff are a reflection of their changing and supportive community. Under his leadership, Mt. Lebanon School District continues to win awards for music education, STEM education, the 2016-2017 #1 Middle School in PA and many academic achievements, as well as school business excellence.
Nominations for the William E. Caldwell Award are considered based on a diversity of accomplishments as well as the obvious contribution to the broad field of administration and supervision. Years of administrative service and level of education are also considered.
Founded in 1947, the Pennsylvania School Study Council (PSSC) is a partnership between Penn State University and member school districts, intermediate units, and area vocational-technical schools. PSSC is dedicated to improving public education in Pennsylvania by providing up-to-date research information, professional development activities, and technical assistance that will enable its members to provide top quality educational services to students.