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Holiday Recess Dec.25-Jan.1

Mt. Lebanon Schools will be closed for the Holiday Recess from Dec.25-Jan1. Students return to classes on Jan.2.


HS Cabaret Choral Concert Jan. 10 7:30 p.m.

The HS Cabaret Choral Concert will be held on Jan. 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts Theatre. You may purchase tickets here.


Markham Holiday Tradition Turns 35 This Year

The Markham Elementary School holiday tradition of making gingerbread houses turned 35 this year.


C-Span Bus Stops at the High School

C-SPAN's all-new, state-of-the-art 45-foot customized motor coach will made its debut visit to Pittsburgh on December 11, 2017 with a stop at Mt. Lebanon High School.


JMS Barnes and Noble Book Sale Continues Online

Online purchases may still be made through Thursday, December 14. Each purchase helps to support the JMS library.


JMS Barnes and Noble Book Sale Continues Online

Online purchases may still be made through Thursday, December 14. Each purchase helps to support the JMS library.


JMS Barnes and Noble Book Sale Continues Online

Online purchases may still be made through Thursday, December 14. Each purchase helps to support the JMS library.


JMS Barnes and Noble Book Sale Continues Online

Online purchases may still be made through Thursday, December 14. Each purchase helps to support the JMS library.


Box Tops Collection

We will be collecting Box Tops from December 11 - 15.


Box Tops Collection

We will be collecting Box Tops from December 11 - 15.


Box Tops Collection

We will be collecting Box Tops from December 11 - 15.


Box Tops Collection

We will be collecting Box Tops from December 11 - 15.


Box Tops Collection

We will be collecting Box Tops from December 11 - 15.


Box Tops Collection

We will be collecting Box Tops from December 11 - 15.


Sixth Grade donates to help veterans

Congratulations to Mrs. Wilcher and Mellon Sixth Graders for their generous donation of winter gear and money to help Shepherd's Heart Veteran's Home. The donations will help the housing program for homeless veterans. They offer a fresh start to veterans who desire to change their lives. Great job, Mellon!


Sixth Grade donates to help veterans

Congratulations to Mrs. Wilcher and Mellon Sixth Graders for their generous donation of winter gear and money to help Shepherd's Heart Veteran's Home. The donations will help the housing program for homeless veterans. They offer a fresh start to veterans who desire to change their lives. Great job, Mellon!


Sixth Grade donates to help veterans

Congratulations to Mrs. Wilcher and Mellon Sixth Graders for their generous donation of winter gear and money to help Shepherd's Heart Veteran's Home. The donations will help the housing program for homeless veterans. They offer a fresh start to veterans who desire to change their lives. Great job, Mellon!


Sixth Grade donates to help veterans

Congratulations to Mrs. Wilcher and Mellon Sixth Graders for their generous donation of winter gear and money to help Shepherd's Heart Veteran's Home. The donations will help the housing program for homeless veterans. They offer a fresh start to veterans who desire to change their lives. Great job, Mellon!


Sixth Grade donates to help veterans

Congratulations to Mrs. Wilcher and Mellon Sixth Graders for their generous donation of winter gear and money to help Shepherd's Heart Veteran's Home. The donations will help the housing program for homeless veterans. They offer a fresh start to veterans who desire to change their lives. Great job, Mellon!


Sixth Grade donates to help veterans

Congratulations to Mrs. Wilcher and Mellon Sixth Graders for their generous donation of winter gear and money to help Shepherd's Heart Veteran's Home. The donations will help the housing program for homeless veterans. They offer a fresh start to veterans who desire to change their lives. Great job, Mellon!


Jeff the Geode Guy

Jeff the Geode Guy spends time talking about geodes with 3rd grade students on December 5th.


Jeff the Geode Guy

Jeff the Geode Guy spends time talking about geodes with 3rd grade students on December 5th.


Jeff the Geode Guy

Jeff the Geode Guy spends time talking about geodes with 3rd grade students on December 5th.


Jeff the Geode Guy

Jeff the Geode Guy spends time talking about geodes with 3rd grade students on December 5th.


Jeff the Geode Guy

Jeff the Geode Guy spends time talking about geodes with 3rd grade students on December 5th.


Jeff the Geode Guy

Jeff the Geode Guy spends time talking about geodes with 3rd grade students on December 5th.


School Board Members Sworn in at Reorganization Meeting

The Mt. Lebanon School Board held their reorganization meeting on December 4, 2017. Judge Terrence McVerry conducted the installation of new School Board members Elaine Cappucci and Aviva Diamond, and re‐elected directors Michael Riemer and Stephen Strotmeyer.


School Board Members Sworn in at Reorganization Meeting

The Mt. Lebanon School Board held their reorganization meeting on December 4, 2017. Judge Terrence McVerry conducted the installation of new School Board members Elaine Cappucci and Aviva Diamond, and re‐elected directors Michael Riemer and Stephen Strotmeyer.


School Board Members Sworn in at Reorganization Meeting

The Mt. Lebanon School Board held their reorganization meeting on December 4, 2017. Judge Terrence McVerry conducted the installation of new School Board members Elaine Cappucci and Aviva Diamond, and re‐elected directors Michael Riemer and Stephen Strotmeyer.


School Board Members Sworn in at Reorganization Meeting

The Mt. Lebanon School Board held their reorganization meeting on December 4, 2017. Judge Terrence McVerry conducted the installation of new School Board members Elaine Cappucci and Aviva Diamond, and re‐elected directors Michael Riemer and Stephen Strotmeyer.


School Board Members Sworn in at Reorganization Meeting

The Mt. Lebanon School Board held their reorganization meeting on December 4, 2017. Judge Terrence McVerry conducted the installation of new School Board members Elaine Cappucci and Aviva Diamond, and re‐elected directors Michael Riemer and Stephen Strotmeyer.


School Board Members Sworn in at Reorganization Meeting

The Mt. Lebanon School Board held their reorganization meeting on December 4, 2017. Judge Terrence McVerry conducted the installation of new School Board members Elaine Cappucci and Aviva Diamond, and re‐elected directors Michael Riemer and Stephen Strotmeyer.


Virtual Author Visit with Katherine Patterson

Lincoln students participated in a virtual author visit with Katherine Patterson.


Virtual Author Visit with Katherine Patterson

Lincoln students participated in a virtual author visit with Katherine Patterson.


Virtual Author Visit with Katherine Patterson

Lincoln students participated in a virtual author visit with Katherine Patterson.


Virtual Author Visit with Katherine Patterson

Lincoln students participated in a virtual author visit with Katherine Patterson.


Virtual Author Visit with Katherine Patterson

Lincoln students participated in a virtual author visit with Katherine Patterson.


Virtual Author Visit with Katherine Patterson

Lincoln students participated in a virtual author visit with Katherine Patterson.


What's Mrs. Anstandig Reading in December?

This month, Mrs. Anstandig is reading The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas. Stop down to the library to grab a copy or have her give you a personal recommendation.


What's Mrs. Anstandig Reading in December?

This month, Mrs. Anstandig is reading The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas. Stop down to the library to grab a copy or have her give you a personal recommendation.


What's Mrs. Anstandig Reading in December?

This month, Mrs. Anstandig is reading The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas. Stop down to the library to grab a copy or have her give you a personal recommendation.


What's Mrs. Anstandig Reading in December?

This month, Mrs. Anstandig is reading The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas. Stop down to the library to grab a copy or have her give you a personal recommendation.


What's Mrs. Anstandig Reading in December?

This month, Mrs. Anstandig is reading The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas. Stop down to the library to grab a copy or have her give you a personal recommendation.


What's Mrs. Anstandig Reading in December?

This month, Mrs. Anstandig is reading The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas. Stop down to the library to grab a copy or have her give you a personal recommendation.


Frosty Shop at Lincoln

Frosty Shop makes a triumphant return to Lincoln on Friday, December 8, 2017!


Frosty Shop at Lincoln

Frosty Shop makes a triumphant return to Lincoln on Friday, December 8, 2017!


Frosty Shop at Lincoln

Frosty Shop makes a triumphant return to Lincoln on Friday, December 8, 2017!


Frosty Shop at Lincoln

Frosty Shop makes a triumphant return to Lincoln on Friday, December 8, 2017!


Frosty Shop at Lincoln

Frosty Shop makes a triumphant return to Lincoln on Friday, December 8, 2017!


Frosty Shop at Lincoln

Frosty Shop makes a triumphant return to Lincoln on Friday, December 8, 2017!


HS STEM Academy Students Visit CMU Bio Med Engineering Lab

This November, sixteen students from the High School STEM Academy visited Carnegie Mellon University's Biomedical Engineering Laboratories to learn about careers in biomedical engineering.


HS STEM Academy Students Visit CMU Bio Med Engineering Lab

This November, sixteen students from the High School STEM Academy visited Carnegie Mellon University's Biomedical Engineering Laboratories to learn about careers in biomedical engineering.


HS STEM Academy Students Visit CMU Bio Med Engineering Lab

This November, sixteen students from the High School STEM Academy visited Carnegie Mellon University's Biomedical Engineering Laboratories to learn about careers in biomedical engineering.


HS STEM Academy Students Visit CMU Bio Med Engineering Lab

This November, sixteen students from the High School STEM Academy visited Carnegie Mellon University's Biomedical Engineering Laboratories to learn about careers in biomedical engineering.


HS STEM Academy Students Visit CMU Bio Med Engineering Lab

This November, sixteen students from the High School STEM Academy visited Carnegie Mellon University's Biomedical Engineering Laboratories to learn about careers in biomedical engineering.


HS STEM Academy Students Visit CMU Bio Med Engineering Lab

This November, sixteen students from the High School STEM Academy visited Carnegie Mellon University's Biomedical Engineering Laboratories to learn about careers in biomedical engineering.


Central Blood Bank Recognizes HS Oct. Blood Drive

The Mt. Lebanon High School blood drive held on October 20 was selected as Central Blood Bank Blood Drive of the Week.


Central Blood Bank Recognizes HS Oct. Blood Drive

The Mt. Lebanon High School blood drive held on October 20 was selected as Central Blood Bank Blood Drive of the Week.


Central Blood Bank Recognizes HS Oct. Blood Drive

The Mt. Lebanon High School blood drive held on October 20 was selected as Central Blood Bank Blood Drive of the Week.


Central Blood Bank Recognizes HS Oct. Blood Drive

The Mt. Lebanon High School blood drive held on October 20 was selected as Central Blood Bank Blood Drive of the Week.


Central Blood Bank Recognizes HS Oct. Blood Drive

The Mt. Lebanon High School blood drive held on October 20 was selected as Central Blood Bank Blood Drive of the Week.


Central Blood Bank Recognizes HS Oct. Blood Drive

The Mt. Lebanon High School blood drive held on October 20 was selected as Central Blood Bank Blood Drive of the Week.


Student Musicians Selected for PMEA Honors

Congratulations to the following students who successfully auditioned against students throughout southwestern Pennsylvania for The Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) honors in String Orchestra and Honors Band. Both groups performed at festivals and events held in November. PMEA is a statewide nonprofit organization of over 4,500 members, dedicated to promoting the musical development of all Pennsylvanians. Congratulations also go to Mr. Robert Vogel, High School Orchestra Director and Mr. Jason Cheskawich, High School Band Director.

PMEA Strings

PMEA Honor String Orchestra

Sein Lee, violin
Leila Fanien, violin
Leonid Matros, violin
Clara Turner, cello
Alexis Schulte-Albert, double bass

PMEA Band

PMEA District 1 Honors Band

Isaac Burton-Perez, clarinet
Jordana Kleiner, flute
Anna Sulecki, clarinet
Max Siegert, bass trombone
Ben Lebowitz, euphonium
Abigail Dellovade, percussion


Student Musicians Selected for PMEA Honors

Congratulations to the following students who successfully auditioned against students throughout southwestern Pennsylvania for The Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) honors in String Orchestra and Honors Band. Both groups performed at festivals and events held in November. PMEA is a statewide nonprofit organization of over 4,500 members, dedicated to promoting the musical development of all Pennsylvanians. Congratulations also go to Mr. Robert Vogel, High School Orchestra Director and Mr. Jason Cheskawich, High School Band Director.

PMEA Strings

PMEA Honor String Orchestra

Sein Lee, violin
Leila Fanien, violin
Leonid Matros, violin
Clara Turner, cello
Alexis Schulte-Albert, double bass

PMEA Band

PMEA District 1 Honors Band

Isaac Burton-Perez, clarinet
Jordana Kleiner, flute
Anna Sulecki, clarinet
Max Siegert, bass trombone
Ben Lebowitz, euphonium
Abigail Dellovade, percussion


Student Musicians Selected for PMEA Honors

Congratulations to the following students who successfully auditioned against students throughout southwestern Pennsylvania for The Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) honors in String Orchestra and Honors Band. Both groups performed at festivals and events held in November. PMEA is a statewide nonprofit organization of over 4,500 members, dedicated to promoting the musical development of all Pennsylvanians. Congratulations also go to Mr. Robert Vogel, High School Orchestra Director and Mr. Jason Cheskawich, High School Band Director.

PMEA Strings

PMEA Honor String Orchestra

Sein Lee, violin
Leila Fanien, violin
Leonid Matros, violin
Clara Turner, cello
Alexis Schulte-Albert, double bass

PMEA Band

PMEA District 1 Honors Band

Isaac Burton-Perez, clarinet
Jordana Kleiner, flute
Anna Sulecki, clarinet
Max Siegert, bass trombone
Ben Lebowitz, euphonium
Abigail Dellovade, percussion


Student Musicians Selected for PMEA Honors

Congratulations to the following students who successfully auditioned against students throughout southwestern Pennsylvania for The Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) honors in String Orchestra and Honors Band. Both groups performed at festivals and events held in November. PMEA is a statewide nonprofit organization of over 4,500 members, dedicated to promoting the musical development of all Pennsylvanians. Congratulations also go to Mr. Robert Vogel, High School Orchestra Director and Mr. Jason Cheskawich, High School Band Director.

PMEA Strings

PMEA Honor String Orchestra

Sein Lee, violin
Leila Fanien, violin
Leonid Matros, violin
Clara Turner, cello
Alexis Schulte-Albert, double bass

PMEA Band

PMEA District 1 Honors Band

Isaac Burton-Perez, clarinet
Jordana Kleiner, flute
Anna Sulecki, clarinet
Max Siegert, bass trombone
Ben Lebowitz, euphonium
Abigail Dellovade, percussion


Washington and Mellon to Hold Evacuation Drill Today

Washington Elementary and Mellon Middle School will hold an evacuation drill this afternoon as part of their safety planning. The drill will begin at 1:30 p.m.


PMEA District 1 Honors Band News

Congratulations to the following students who qualified by live audition to participate in the PMEA District 1 Honors Band. The concert was held at North Hills Middle School on Sunday, November 19.

Pictured left to right

Isaac Burton-Perez, Grade 11 - Clarinet
Jordana Kleiner, Grade 11 - Flute
Jason Cheskawich, HS Band Director
Anna Sulecki, Grade 11 - Clarinet
Max Siegert, Grade 11 - Bass Trombone
Ben Lebowitz, Grade 12 - Euphonium
Abigail Dellovade, Grade 10 - Percussion (not pictured)


PMEA District 1 Honors Band News

Congratulations to the following students who qualified by live audition to participate in the PMEA District 1 Honors Band. The concert was held at North Hills Middle School on Sunday, November 19.

Pictured left to right

Isaac Burton-Perez, Grade 11 - Clarinet
Jordana Kleiner, Grade 11 - Flute
Jason Cheskawich, HS Band Director
Anna Sulecki, Grade 11 - Clarinet
Max Siegert, Grade 11 - Bass Trombone
Ben Lebowitz, Grade 12 - Euphonium
Abigail Dellovade, Grade 10 - Percussion (not pictured)


PMEA District 1 Honors Band News

Congratulations to the following students who qualified by live audition to participate in the PMEA District 1 Honors Band. The concert was held at North Hills Middle School on Sunday, November 19.

Pictured left to right

Isaac Burton-Perez, Grade 11 - Clarinet
Jordana Kleiner, Grade 11 - Flute
Jason Cheskawich, HS Band Director
Anna Sulecki, Grade 11 - Clarinet
Max Siegert, Grade 11 - Bass Trombone
Ben Lebowitz, Grade 12 - Euphonium
Abigail Dellovade, Grade 10 - Percussion (not pictured)


PMEA District 1 Honors Band News

Congratulations to the following students who qualified by live audition to participate in the PMEA District 1 Honors Band. The concert was held at North Hills Middle School on Sunday, November 19.

Pictured left to right

Isaac Burton-Perez, Grade 11 - Clarinet
Jordana Kleiner, Grade 11 - Flute
Jason Cheskawich, HS Band Director
Anna Sulecki, Grade 11 - Clarinet
Max Siegert, Grade 11 - Bass Trombone
Ben Lebowitz, Grade 12 - Euphonium
Abigail Dellovade, Grade 10 - Percussion (not pictured)


12 Days of "Holly-Day" Spirit

Student Council's 12 Days of "Holly-Day" Spirit is almost here! Students who participate each day can earn a pink Student Council Lebo Spirit.


12 Days of "Holly-Day" Spirit

Student Council's 12 Days of "Holly-Day" Spirit is almost here! Students who participate each day can earn a pink Student Council Lebo Spirit.


12 Days of "Holly-Day" Spirit

Student Council's 12 Days of "Holly-Day" Spirit is almost here! Students who participate each day can earn a pink Student Council Lebo Spirit.


Sixth Grade Lunch in the Library with Mrs. A

The next sixth grade Lunch in the Library will be on Friday, January 12, 2018, to discuss Deborah Ellis's book The Breadwinner.


Sixth Grade Lunch in the Library with Mrs. A

The next sixth grade Lunch in the Library will be on Friday, January 12, 2018, to discuss Deborah Ellis's book The Breadwinner.


Sixth Grade Lunch in the Library with Mrs. A

The next sixth grade Lunch in the Library will be on Friday, January 12, 2018, to discuss Deborah Ellis's book The Breadwinner.


SAT Test: December 2nd

Students taking SATs at Mt. Lebanon on Saturday, December 2, 2017, should be dropped off at the auditorium entrance (A-2) along Cochran Rd. Doors open at 7 am, and testing starts promptly at 8 am. Students parking on-site should use the Faculty / Staff parking lot on the south side of the building, but all test-takers should enter only through the Auditorium entrance (A-2) along Cochran Rd. Signs inside the building will show room assignments, and guides will direct test-takers to those testing rooms. Bring all required materials (see College Board rules), or you will be turned away without refund. Please note that school ID from last school year is valid for SAT admission purposes only until December of this school year. Please contact the Test Center Supervisor, Rolf Briegel, at rbriegel@mtlsd.net with any questions or concerns.


December's Book of the Month

Kate DiCamillo's "The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane"


Public Notice: Seeking Applicants for Two-Year School Board Seat

The Mt. Lebanon School District is seeking residents interested in applying for an anticipated two-year vacant position on the Board of School Directors.


Keystone Exam Schedule: December 5-8th

There will be adjusted bell schedules December 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th due to Keystone Exam Testing. Click the link to find out more.


Looking Ahead at Lincoln - Week of 11.27.2017

Stay Linked at Lincoln with Mr. Kitsko about current events and activities happening at Lincoln Elementary School.


High School STEM Academy Visits Carnegie Mellon University

This November, sixteen students from the High School STEM Academy visited Carnegie Mellon University's Biomedical Engineering Laboratories to learn about careers in biomedical engineering. The students were able to see the forefront of research happening in this field that includes the three-dimensional printing of replacement polymer heart valves, the creation of artificial lungs, the use of stem cells in the creation of replacement tissue for newborns, and the implementing of advanced, portable echocardiogram devices.


High School STEM Academy Visits Carnegie Mellon University

This November, sixteen students from the High School STEM Academy visited Carnegie Mellon University's Biomedical Engineering Laboratories to learn about careers in biomedical engineering. The students were able to see the forefront of research happening in this field that includes the three-dimensional printing of replacement polymer heart valves, the creation of artificial lungs, the use of stem cells in the creation of replacement tissue for newborns, and the implementing of advanced, portable echocardiogram devices.


High School STEM Academy Visits Carnegie Mellon University

This November, sixteen students from the High School STEM Academy visited Carnegie Mellon University's Biomedical Engineering Laboratories to learn about careers in biomedical engineering. The students were able to see the forefront of research happening in this field that includes the three-dimensional printing of replacement polymer heart valves, the creation of artificial lungs, the use of stem cells in the creation of replacement tissue for newborns, and the implementing of advanced, portable echocardiogram devices.


Nice Job Academic Games Students!

"Lucian Mikush (Howe), Atlantic Rajakumar (Markham), and Michael Ferreira (Jefferson) compete with students from other area schools to solve puzzles with math equations at the Heinz History Center. All three students won their division games for their elementary teams and qualifying for placement at the national tournament later this year down in Knoxville, TN. Altogether, Mt. Lebanon's Academic Games club has competed in 3 of their 6 local tournaments already this year, Equations and presidential trivia, and have seen 26 different students qualify for nationals. They're off to a great start and learning a lot along the way!"


Nice Job Academic Games Students!

"Lucian Mikush (Howe), Atlantic Rajakumar (Markham), and Michael Ferreira (Jefferson) compete with students from other area schools to solve puzzles with math equations at the Heinz History Center. All three students won their division games for their elementary teams and qualifying for placement at the national tournament later this year down in Knoxville, TN. Altogether, Mt. Lebanon's Academic Games club has competed in 3 of their 6 local tournaments already this year, Equations and presidential trivia, and have seen 26 different students qualify for nationals. They're off to a great start and learning a lot along the way!"


Nice Job Academic Games Students!

"Lucian Mikush (Howe), Atlantic Rajakumar (Markham), and Michael Ferreira (Jefferson) compete with students from other area schools to solve puzzles with math equations at the Heinz History Center. All three students won their division games for their elementary teams and qualifying for placement at the national tournament later this year down in Knoxville, TN. Altogether, Mt. Lebanon's Academic Games club has competed in 3 of their 6 local tournaments already this year, Equations and presidential trivia, and have seen 26 different students qualify for nationals. They're off to a great start and learning a lot along the way!"


November/December Counseling Bulletin

November/December Counseling Bulletin Available


November/December Counseling Bulletin

November/December Counseling Bulletin Available


November/December Counseling Bulletin

November/December Counseling Bulletin Available


Important Upcoming Events

Dec. 7 Choral concert 7:30 pm
Dec. 14 Orchestra concert 7:30pm
Dec. 19 Band concert 7:30 pm
Dec 25-Jan 1 Holiday Recess

Important Upcoming Events

Dec. 7 Choral concert 7:30 pm
Dec. 14 Orchestra concert 7:30pm
Dec. 19 Band concert 7:30 pm
Dec 25-Jan 1 Holiday Recess

Important Upcoming Events

Dec. 7 Choral concert 7:30 pm
Dec. 14 Orchestra concert 7:30pm
Dec. 19 Band concert 7:30 pm
Dec 25-Jan 1 Holiday Recess

Happy Thanksgiving!

The Mt. Lebanon School District wishes everyone a Happy Thanksgiving!


Happy Thanksgiving!

The Mt. Lebanon School District wishes everyone a Happy Thanksgiving!


Happy Thanksgiving!

The Mt. Lebanon School District wishes everyone a Happy Thanksgiving!


Adjusted Bell Schedules: Nov. 22nd and 29th

There are adjusted bell schedules on November 22nd due to Thanksgiving. All students will be dismissed on Wednesday, November 22nd at 12 PM.

The US History/ APUSH/ and Pitt Calculus Exams will be held on November 29th from 8:00-9:10 AM. Other students will have a 70 minute 1st period. Students will report to homeroom after their first period.


Adjusted Bell Schedules: Nov. 22nd and 29th

There are adjusted bell schedules on November 22nd due to Thanksgiving. All students will be dismissed on Wednesday, November 22nd at 12 PM.

The US History/APUSH and Pitt Calculus Exams will be held on November 29th from 8:00-9:10 AM. ALL STUDENTS report to school at 8am. 1st period will begin at 8am on this day. Students will report to homeroom after their first period.


Adjusted Bell Schedules: Nov. 22nd and 29th

There are adjusted bell schedules on November 22nd due to Thanksgiving. All students will be dismissed on Wednesday, November 22nd at 12 PM.

The US History/APUSH and Pitt Calculus Exams will be held on November 29th from 8:00-9:10 AM. ALL STUDENTS report to school at 8am. 1st period will begin at 8am on this day. Students will report to homeroom after their first period.


Sixth Graders Participate in WWII Day

On November 10, the sixth grade students stepped back in time to honor the citizens on the Home Front and those who fought during World War II.


Sixth Graders Participate in WWII Day

On November 10, the sixth grade students stepped back in time to honor the citizens on the Home Front and those who fought during World War II.


Sixth Graders Participate in WWII Day

On November 10, the sixth grade students stepped back in time to honor the citizens on the Home Front and those who fought during World War II.


Time is Running Out to Order a Yearbook

The only way to guarantee a yearbook in June is to pre-order now! The deadline is January 5.


Time is Running Out to Order a Yearbook

The only way to guarantee a yearbook in June is to pre-order now! The deadline is January 5.


Time is Running Out to Order a Yearbook

The only way to guarantee a yearbook in June is to pre-order now! The deadline is January 5.


Dec. 15-16 HS Percussion Concert

High School Percussion Concert
Dec.15-16 7:30 pm
Fine Arts Theatre
Matinee on Dec. 16 at 1PM.


Dec. 15-16 HS Percussion Concert

High School Percussion Concert
Dec.15-16 7:30 pm
Fine Arts Theatre
Matinee on Dec. 16 at 1PM.


Dec. 15-16 HS Percussion Concert

High School Percussion Concert
Dec.15-16 7:30 pm
Fine Arts Theatre
Matinee on Dec. 16 at 1PM.


Dec. 7 HS Winter Band Concert 7:30pm HS Aud

Winter Band Concert
December 7
High School Auditorium 7:30pm
Students $2 Adults $5
Purchase tickets at the door.


Dec. 7 HS Winter Band Concert 7:30pm HS Aud

Winter Band Concert
December 7
High School Auditorium 7:30pm
Students $2 Adults $5
Purchase tickets at the door.


Dec. 7 HS Winter Band Concert 7:30pm HS Aud

Winter Band Concert
December 7
High School Auditorium 7:30pm
Students $2 Adults $5
Purchase tickets at the door.


Dec. 5 HS Orchestra Concert 7:30 pm Aud

High School Orchestra Winter Concert
December 5
High School Auditorium 7:30pm
Students $2 Adults $5
Purchase tickets at the door.


Nov. 23-24 Thanksgiving Recess Schools Closed

Nov. 23-24 is Thanksgiving Recess. School will not be in session. Students will be dismissed at noon on Nov.22.


Veterans Day

6th grade students presented veteran tributes at council meeting.


Save the Date for the JMS Book Fair

The JMS Library book fair will be on Saturday, December 9, at the Barnes and Noble in the South Hills Village Mall.


School District Recognized for Award-Winning Budget

ASBO Award

The Association of School Business Officials International (ASBO) awarded the Mt. Lebanon School District with the Meritorious Budget Award (MBA) during the 2017–2018 budget year. The MBA promotes and recognizes excellence in school budget presentation and is conferred only to school districts whose budgets have undergone a rigorous review by financial professionals and have met or exceeded the program's stringent criteria. This is the 23rd year the District was selected for this award.

Developed by the Association of School Business Officials, the selection criteria for the Meritorious Budget Award were developed to help guide the clear and transparent development and distribution of relevant budgetary information for district and public consumption. The MBA promotes and recognizes excellence in school budget presentation and enhances school business officials' skills in developing, analyzing, and presenting a school system budget. After a rigorous review by professional auditors, the award is conferred only on school districts that have met or exceeded the program's stringent criteria.

Congratulations to Mt. Lebanon District Business Director Jan Klein and her staff for meeting the rigorous criteria for this award.


MUN Wins Big at Penn State Tournament

The Model UN team won 1st place at the 5th annual Pennsylvania High School Model UN Championship held at Penn State University on November 3-5.


Outcomes Report Show Gains in Student Achievement

The 2017 Student Outcomes Report was presented at the November 13 School Board meeting by Dr. Ron Davis and Dr. Marybeth Irvin. The data presents a positive outcome of the academic performance of the District. Our students continue to meet or exceed the high expectations of our educational system and community.


Kindergarten Charity Collection

Kindergartners collected all these diapers and wipes!Please click on the title for pictures.


Ms. Natasha Dirda Named New Markham Principal

The Mt. Lebanon School Board unanimously approved the appointment of Ms.Natasha Dirda as the new principal of Markham Elementary School.


Honoring our Veterans at Lincoln

The annual Lincoln Veterans Day program was held the morning of November 10, 2017.


We Thank You For Your Service

The students and staff of the Mt. Lebanon School District join the nation to recognize and honor all those Americans who have served or continue to serve our country in the Armed Services.


Veterans Day Celebration 2017

Foster Veterans Day Celebration


Thank You To Our Veterans

Thanks to all of our veterans for their time served. Click the link to learn more.


JMS Fall Spirit Wear Sale

The JMS fall spirit wear sale is on now. Jefferson and Mt. Lebanon apparel would make great holidays gifts!


FBLA Raises Money for Alzheimer's Disease

The Mt. Lebanon High School FBLA participated in the Walk to End Alzheimer's on November 4, 2017 after raising over $1000 for the Alzheimer's Association. Thank you to everyone who helped by organizing and donating!


Seniors! The Penn State Priority Deadline is Nov 30th!

Those students who submit a complete PSU application by November 30th, including transcripts and test scores, will have the best chance of admission to their first choice campus and/or major and will receive an admission decision no later than January 31st (with the exception of a few programs that notify applicants at a later date).

Applying after November 30th, while acceptable, may limit your campus and major choices.
Don't miss this important deadline!
You must request your transcript in Naviance no later than Monday, November 13th.

Mt. Lebanon High School Offers Pre-School Program

Mt. Lebanon High School will once again offer a preschool program for three and four year olds. To be eligible children must be at least age 3 by January 1, 2018, and 4 year olds must be no older than four years ten months by March 1, 2018.


School Digger Ranks MTLSD Among Top in PA

Mt. Lebanon Schools were among the top schools in Pennsylvania in the SchoolDigger rankings. School Digger is a website designed to help parents find information about schools.


You Can't Take It With You Nov.8-11

The Mt. Lebanon High School Evening and Technical Theatre Companies are proud to present the Hart and Kaufman classic "You Can't Take It With You" on November 8 -11 at 7:30p.m. in the Fine Arts Theatre.


Academic Games Qualifiers

"Lucian Mikush (Howe), Atlantic Rajakumar (Markham), and Michael Ferreira (Jefferson) compete with students from other area schools to solve puzzles with math equations at the Heinz History Center. All three students won their division games for their elementary teams and qualifying for placement at the national tournament later this year down in Knoxville, TN. Altogether, Mt. Lebanon's Academic Games club has competed in 2 of their 6 local tournaments already this year, Equations and presidential trivia, and have seen 16 different students qualify for nationals. They're off to a great start and learning a lot along the way!"


Academic Games Qualifiers

"Lucian Mikush (Howe), Atlantic Rajakumar (Markham), and Michael Ferreira (Jefferson) compete with students from other area schools to solve puzzles with math equations at the Heinz History Center. All three students won their division games for their elementary teams and qualifying for placement at the national tournament later this year down in Knoxville, TN. Altogether, Mt. Lebanon's Academic Games club has competed in 2 of their 6 local tournaments already this year, Equations and presidential trivia, and have seen 16 different students qualify for nationals. They're off to a great start and learning a lot along the way!"


Happy Halloween from Mary Poppins and Friends!

Just a spoonful of sugar and voila! Mary Poppins and friends dropped by the high school to wish everyone a Happy Halloween!


Correction to Date Listed in MTLSD Newsletter for Election Day

The MTLSD E Newsletter sent to parents and staff on Friday, October 27 listed an incorrect date for Election Day. The correct date is November 7: Election Day/Schools Closed/Buildings, Offices Open. We apologize for the error.


Mt. Lebanon High School Preschool Program

To enroll, contact Susan Kordistos at 412-344-2023.


Mt. Lebanon High School Pre-School Program

Mt. Lebanon High School will once again offer a preschool program for three and four year olds. To be eligible children must be at least age 3 by January 1, 2018, and 4 year olds must be no older than four years ten months by March 1, 2018. The program is operated by high school students enrolled in the Advanced Child Development Course under the supervision of the child development teacher. The program will run from March 12 through May 24, 2018. The children will attend Monday – Thursday from 9:10 to 10:40 a.m. Cost is $65. Enrollment is limited to ten children. Deadline for application is February 23, 2018. For information call Susan Kordistos at 412-344-2023.


School Board Honors PTA Leadership

The Mt. Lebanon School District has a strong tradition of parent involvement in our schools thanks in large part to our PTAs. First organized on October 22, 1935, Mt. Lebanon PTAs have been key partners in supporting our mission to provide the best education possible for each and every student.


Used Copies of Wonder are Needed

The JMS Library is in need of extra copies of the book Wonder by R.J. Palacio.


High School Pre-school Program

Mt. Lebanon High School will once again offer a preschool program for three and four year olds. To be eligible children must be at least age 3 by January 1, 2018, and 4 year olds must be no older than four years ten months by March 1, 2018. The program is operated by high school students enrolled in the Advanced Child Development Course under the supervision of the child development teacher. The program will run from March 12 through May 24, 2018. The children will attend Monday – Thursday from 9:10 to 10:40 a.m. Cost is $65. Enrollment is limited to ten children. Deadline for application is February 23, 2018. For information call Susan Kordistos at 412-344-2023.


New Hall of Champions Celebrates Proud History of Blue Devil Athletics

Hall of ChampionsThe Mt. Lebanon High School Hall of Champions was installed this year thanks to a generous gift to the MTLSD Century of Excellence Campaign of $20,000 from Mt. Lebanon High School alumni Elaine Cappucci, Dale Cable, Dr. Bob Schilken, Hal Kestler, Dan Goff, Gary Brown, and the Shure Family. Thanks to their generosity, we are now able to share the proud history of Mt. Lebanon High School Athletics for generations to come. The Hall of Champions is located on the second floor of the Athletic Building and includes photos of individuals and teams who competed at the highest levels of athletic competition from 1940 to the present day, including WPIAL and PIAA teams and individual medalists, and All-State and All-Americans athletes. The original photos were hung in the lobby of the old South Gym. With the construction of the new Athletic Building, the Athletic Department transferred the photos and descriptive Hall of Championsinformation to a vinyl cut wall display that was installed throughout the second floor of the Athletic Building. The Hall of Champions will be updated each year. We invite the community to tour the Hall of Champions the next time you attend an athletic event at the high school. Go Lebo!! Go Blue Devils!! #leboproud


Event Planned to Honor Basketball Coach Dick Black

Please join us as we honor Coach Dick Black's basketball career with the Mt. Lebanon Blue Devils on Saturday, November 25.


Important Upcoming Events

November 3rd 8th grade Career Day
November 7th School Closed Election Day
November 10th End of 1st 9 weeks
November 22nd Students dismissed at NOON
November 23rd-24th Thanksgiving Recess

Seventh Grade Book Club - Watership Down

The seventh grade book club will be meeting to discuss Richard Adams's Watership Down on Wednesday, November 8.


Century of Excellence Campaign: Philanthropy in Our Schools

Thanks to the generosity of donors to the MTLSD Century of Excellence Campaign, $98,000 in gifts has been disbursed this month.


2017 National Merit Semifinalists

Congratulations to our Mt. Lebanon High School seniors who have been selected as National Merit Semifinalists in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Competition.


HS Evening Theatre Production Nov. 8-11

The High School Evening Theatre production of "You Can't Take it With You" will take place on Nov. 8-11 in the Fine Arts Theatre at 7:30 pm.


Nov. 7 Election Day Schools Closed; Bldgs, Offices Open

Nov. 7 is Election Day. Schools are closed but buildings and offices are open.


Thanksgiving Break Noon Nov. 22-24

Happy Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving Break: Students dismissed at noon on Nov. 22; schools, buildings, offices closed Nov. 23-24.


Spirit Week

For your convenience, listed below is the Fall Spirit Week "Theme of the Day":
Murica Monday – wear red, white, and blue from head to toe
Twin Tuesday – wear an outfit that copies one that a friend or your homeroom is wearing
Pink Out Wednesday – wear pink
Trick or Treat Thursday – wear a costume that doesn't hinder your ability to walk or interferes with somebody else walking near you. Face masks and any type of weapon are not allowed.
Elementary School Friday- if you live in the District, please wear the colors of the elementary school closest to you or the one you attended as a child; otherwise, you can wear Lebo blue and gold.

Elementary School Colors:
Foster – yellow
Hoover – black
Howe – orange
Jefferson – blue
Lincoln – green
Markham – red
St. Bernards – gray
Washington – white

Every student who dresses up as the "Theme of the Day" is invited to come to the Activities Office and sign up to win a prize. Also, the Homeroom with the most participation in Theme of the Day on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday will be awarded donuts on a Friday in November.


November's Book of the Month

Gary Paulsen's "Liar, Liar"


Lincoln Buddy Bench

The Lincoln Buddy Bench officially opened in early October 2017.


Foster School's Spooky Story Night!

To aid in our Read-A-Thon, Foster School is hosting a Spooky Story Night this Friday from 6-8PM. All students and families are welcome and will enter through the main entrance to receive a reading station ticket.

Reading stations include:

  • Spooky stories read by teacher guests
  • Read aloud movies with popcorn
  • Spooky "Maker Crafts" in Matt's Maker Space
  • An area for quiet reading

PTA Reflections Art Contest

Students may use a variety of mediums to enter this year's contest theme "Within Reach".


Dr. Freil's Last Day

Dr. Freil spent his last day at Markham visiting each grade level. His parting words came through the read aloud, Mr. Tanen's Ties Rule! by Maryann Cocca-Leffler. Interestingly enough, this book was dedicated to honor Mr. Mallery when he retirement 7 years ago...and now he is back, temporarily. Dr. Freil's love of ties and passion for making school fun will forever live in our memories. Best wish at South Western School District. We will miss you! Please click on the title for more pictures.


Get Involved! - Girls Who Code Intramural

If you are a girl who is interested in technology, come to room F305 on Wednesdays after school and meet the Coding Gals!


JMS Ranked Top in the Pittsburgh Area by the Pittsburgh Business Times

The Pittsburgh Business Times recently ranked JMS as the top-scoring eighth grade in the Pittsburgh area based on the 2017 PSSA scores.


Pgh Business Times Ranks JMS #1 8th Grade in Region

Congratulations to our middle schools on the Pittsburgh Business Times 8th Grade rankings. Jefferson Middle School was ranked #1 among 157 middle schools in the region, and Mellon Middle School was ranked #6 on a recent release from the Pittsburgh Business Times.


Homecoming Dance: October 14th

Mt. Lebanon High School's annual Homecoming Dance will be held on Saturday, October 14, from 8:00pm-11:00pm. The Homecoming Dance is a long-standing, Mt. Lebanon High School tradition. It is a semi-formal dance, and all students are invited to attend. This year's theme is "Roaring 1920's; A Night with Gatsby" Tickets are $10. The last day for ticket sales is Friday, October 13, at 3:30pm.


School Board Discusses Options for HS Rock Pile Field

At the October 9 School Board Discussion Meeting, the Board discussed different field options for the "Rock Pile" practice field.


Mt. Lebanon Designated as a Safe Communities America

Mt. Lebanon has received a Safe Communities America designation from the National Safety Council, placing it among an elite number of United States cities dedicated to preventing injury and death.


Board Discusses Options for "Rock Pile" Athletic Field

The School Board discussed different field options for the "Rock Pile" practice field. The options include a variety of field options including size and type of surface.


2017 High School Great Alumni

Mt. Lebanon High School welcomed the recipients of the 2017 Great Alumni Award to the high school on October 6. This year's recipients are: Judith Balk, M.D. Class of 1981; Cheston M. Berlin, M.D. Class of 1954; Tacy Byham, Ph.D. Class of 1986; Steffanie Jones Lewis, Class of 1954; Linn F. Mollenauer​, Ph.D. Class of 1954; Michael J. Riemer, Class of 1978.


LEBO PRIDE

Markham students showing their Lebo Pride today at school, proudly wearing their blue and gold. Go Blue Devils!Please click on the title to see more pictures!


3rd Grade String Lessons

Beginner string lessons are well under way at Markham! Here are some of our wonderful beginner cellists.


Pack Up Those Pop Tabs - Pop Tab Wars Will Be Early this Year

Pop Tab Wars will hit JMS during the week of October 16-20 to raise money for Ronald McDonald House and hurricane relief in Houston, Florida, and Puerto Rico.


"What's So Cool About Manufacturing?"

Eighth graders from across the commonwealth are challenged with the task of making a video to change the perception about manufacturing jobs and the industry.


Nina Routh KDKA Extra Effort Award Winner

Congratulations to Mt. Lebanon High School senior, Nina Routh, on her selection for the Extra Effort Award presented by KDKA-TV and Allegheny Health Network.


Markham first graders explored the new Matt's Makerspace

Our first grade students worked in pairs to create something special using a stick after listening to the story, Not a Stick, by Antoinette Portis. Please click on the title for pictures.


October 4 is International Walk to School Day

To commemorate International Walk to School Day on October 4, JMS sixth grade students attended an assembly to learn more about safe walking habits.


September/October Counseling Bulletin is now available!

The September/October Counseling Bulletin is now available.

Please refer to it for upcoming events, deadlines, guidelines and news from the HS Counseling Office.

The most current Bulletin is available on the School Counseling website (use the Bulletin button) & past editions are available on our Archives page.

We hope you find this information timely and useful!


High School to Hold Evacuation Drill Oct. 3

Mt. Lebanon High School will conduct an evacuation drill on Tuesday, Oct. 3 at 8:15 a.m. as part of the school's safety plan.


AFS PROJECT CHANGE

Win a full scholarship to go abroad and put your vision into action. See details...


FAFSA= Free Application for Federal Student Aid

The FAFSA is now available. Apply sooner than later...see the fafsa.gov website for more details!


SAT Test: October 7th

Students taking SATs at Mt. Lebanon on Saturday, October 7, 2017, should be dropped off at the auditorium entrance (A-2) along Cochran Rd. Doors open at 7 am, and testing starts promptly at 8 am. Students parking on-site should use the Faculty / Staff parking lot on the south side of the building, but all test-takers should enter only through the Auditorium entrance (A-2) along Cochran Rd. Signs inside the building will show room assignments, and guides will direct test-takers to those testing rooms. Bring all required materials (see College Board rules), or you will be turned away without refund. Please note that school ID from the 2017-2018 school year IS valid for SAT admission purposes until December 2018.. Please contact the Test Center Supervisor, Rolf Briegel, at rbriegel@mtlsd.net with any questions or concerns.


Study Lab Begins October 10

Study Lab will begin on Tuesday, October 10, and will be offered each Tuesday and Thursday from 3:10-4:10 p.m. in writing lab 104 for the remainder of the year.


Blue Shirt Day Kicks off National Bullying Prevention Month

Monday, October 2, is Blue Shirt Day at JMS. Wear any blue shirt to raise awareness about the fight against bullying.


MTLHS Alumni Tailgate Oct. 6

The Mt. Lebanon School District invites all MTLHS Alumni, friends and families to the 4th Annual Alumni Tailgate on Oct. 6 from 6-8:00 p.m. on the Athletic Building Plaza off Stadium Drive. Tickets are $20.


Join the Seventh Grade Book Club!

Seventh grade students are welcome to join the Seventh Grade Book Club on Wednesday, October 11, to discuss The City of Ember by Jeanne DuPrau.


Got Yearbook Pictures?

The Lebanon Log wants YOUR pictures. Parents and students can help the Log best cover the 2018 school year by downloading the Jostens ReplayIt app and sharing school-related pictures right from your phone. Students who share pictures will receive credit in the yearbook.

At the end of the year, the pictures will become part of digital time capsule available only to those who purchase a yearbook.

Visit the yearbook page under the activities link at the top of the page.


Carlow University Instant Decision Day

During the Carlow University visit on October 4 @ 1:24 PM, "Instant Decisions" will be offered to students who bring their transcript and test scores to the meeting. All Juniors and Seniors interested in attending Carlow University are welcome to attend.


The Otis Spunkmeyer Fundraiser is Underway!

From Tuesday, September 26, through Tuesday, October 10, the students of JMS will be selling Otis Spunkmeyer goodies to raise money for student activities throughout the year.


Yearbook Orders

Yearbook Sale

http://jostensyearbooks.com?REF=A07363000

Be sure to secure the laughter, the memories, the friends and the classes for your son or daughter by purchasing the 2018 Lebanon Log. The Log staff appreciates your support of their work.


PSAT Testing: October 11th

PSAT testing will occur in school on October 11th. There will be an adjusted bell schedule this day. 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students report at 8 am. Seniors may use the time from 8am - 11:30am for post-secondary planning activities. Seniors may report at 11:30 am or may continue with their post-secondary planning activities with the submission of a a pre-approved absence form.


Lebo Makers Reimagine Learning

This fall, the elementary schools opened their reimagined libraries with new Matt's Makerspaces.


What's Your One Word?

At the school district's opening day convocation with staff, Dr. Steinhauer introduced "One Word" from @getoneword.


Evacuation Drill: October 3rd

October 3rd will be the annual evacuation drill. All students are to report at the normal time. There will be an adjusted bell schedule this day.


Evacuation Drill: October 3rd

October 3rd will be the annual evacuation drill. All students are to report at the normal time. There will be an adjusted bell schedule this day.


Picture retake and Book Fair Information

Picture retakes are schedule for October 10th.

The PTA Book Fair is coming up on 10/19


Picture retake and Book Fair Information

Picture retakes are schedule for October 10th.

The PTA Book Fair is coming up on 10/19


Follow Us!

There are so many great things going on every day in Mt. Lebanon Schools that the best way to keep up is to follow us on social media.


Oct. 9 Schools Closed Offices/Bldgs Open

Oct. 9
Schools Closed
Buildings/Offices Open
Elementary/Secondary Teacher In-Service


Oct. 6 Elementary Act 80 Day Grs.1-5 Noon Dismissal; PM Kdg in Session

Elementary Act 80 Day
Grades 1-5-Noon Dismissal
PM Kindergarten In Session


Cambridge Immerse 2018

Interested in study abroad over the summer? Here's an opportunity that you may want to investigate.


International College Fair

Juniors and Seniors interested in International Colleges... The International College Options Fair is November 16th @ Seneca Valley Senior High School.


What's Mrs. Anstandig Reading in November?

This month, Mrs. Anstandig is reading Jump Into the Sky by Shelley Pearsall. Stop down to the library to grab a copy or have her give you a personal recommendation.


Student Council raises money for hurricane victims

Our final total to be donated to the Pajama Project for Hurricane Harvey Relief is $616!

Thanks so much to everyone who helped!

Get Involved! - Flag Football Intramural

Flag Football Intramural to start on Monday, 9/25. Signups are happening now!


Niche Ranks Hoover Among Top PA Schools

Congratulations to Hoover Elementary School on ranking #7 in the Niche.com Best Public Elementary Schools in PA ranking. Hoover teachers were ranked #1 Best Public Elementary School Teachers in PA.


Unity Through Art

Congratulations to Mt. Lebanon senior Hannah Jones, and Mellon Middle School eighth-grader Benny Hornburg on winning Mt. Lebanon's Unity in the Community art contest.


23rd Festival of Bands Sept. 23

The Mt. Lebanon High School Blue Devil Marching Band will present its 23rd annual Festival of Bands on Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 7pm at the Mt. Lebanon High School stadium, rain or shine.


Open House is September 28th

Open house is on September 28th beginning at 6:45 PM. Click the link to see more information.


Get Involved! - Running Club Intramural

Running Club is rolling! Starting Tuesday, 9/19, Ms. Miller and Ms. Hertzog will be leading any interested 6th graders on fun-runs around the JMS campus.


Congratulations Benny Hornburg!

At the Commissioners Meeting on 9/12/2017 Benny Hornburg was recognized by the Mt. Lebanon Magazine, Mt. Lebanon Community Relations Board, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for his winning entry in the "Unity In The Community" Art Contest.

Benny decided to enter a contour line drawing / graphic design. He decided that the nature of this drawing would allow others to apply their own creative and colorful take on how they see unity. His contour drawing will be made into coloring sheets in the Mt. Lebanon Library and his original drawing will hang in the Commissioners Building.

The video of this event can be found here.


Pittsburgh Zoo Programs & Shadow Experiences for High School Students

Take advantage of programs offered at the Pittsburgh Zoo to explore animal-related careers.


5th grade musical - "The Granny Awards"

The 5th graders presented their musical "The Granny Awards" for their classmates here at Markham and also for their families.

http://multimedia.mtlsd.org/Play.asp?11948117942794216!5


1st grade Fairy Tale performance - "Once Upon a Fairytale"

1st graders performed for their 4th grade buddies and also for their families as part of their fairy tale unit in Reading.

http://multimedia.mtlsd.org/Play.asp?11947117932922874!5


OLWEUS Kick-off Assembly

Motivational speaker Josh Drean will visit the students of JMS to kick-off the District's anti-bullying program.


A Day of Rememberance

Each year on September 11 on Patriot Day, The National Day of Service and Remembrance, we honor the memories of the victims and thank the first responders in our community who work daily to keep us safe.


Congressional Nomination Deadline for Military Academies

Completed application packets must be received in Congressman Murphy's office no later than Friday, October 6, 2017!


College Fair - October 10, 2017

SAVE THIS DATE! October 10, 2017 - The Mt. Lebanon, Upper St. Clair, Bethel Park, South Fayette and Peter's Township College Fair will be held at Bethel Park High School on October 10th from 6:30-8:30PM.


CCAC Skilled Trades & Services Fair - Nov. 21

CCAC Skilled Trades & Services Fair

Tuesday, November 21, 2017 9AM-1PM

CCAC West Hills Center, 1000 McKee Rd Oakdale, PA 15071

Participants will be able to enjoy hands-on student contests and live trades demonstrations throughout the day. Center tours for groups of five or more will run from 9AM -11AM.

Lunch and refreshments will be served and a complimentary giveaway provided to individuals and groups who RSVP by November 1. Please go to CCAC Trades Fair 2017 to RSVP.

For questions or further information, please contact rmccaskill@ccac.edu or call 412.369.3612


Support Lebo Wrestling

This Friday at the home football game youth wrestling set up a table
and promoted sign ups for the youth wrestling season. They had a push
up contest as part of getting the kids excited to register.

Registration is done online at www.lebowrestling.com.


Stanley Cup Visits Lincoln

The Stanley Cup was at Lincoln on Friday, September 8th!


Mrs. Kelly is Looking for Parents to Volunteers in the Writing Labs

The first training session for both new and veteran volunteers will be held on Wednesday, September 20, from 9:30-11:00 a.m. in the Mellon Middle School Library.


Picture Day

JMS picture day is scheduled for Friday, September 15.


Please Join Us for Open House!

Open House is on Wednesday, September 13, from 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m.


Flash sale on Yearbooks!

JMS yearbooks are on-sale for $30 until September 14. Order now and save!


Shoe Drive for Hurricane Harvey

Bring in gently used shoes the week of September 11th for Hurricane Harvey victims.


PIcture Day is September 14th

Thursday, September 14th is picture day. Students will get their pictures taken in their English classes.


Friday Night Freshman Tailgate

We hope to see you Friday night for our Link Crew Freshmen Tailgate from 6 pm - 7:30 pm in Pavilion #1 in the park by the high school stadium. Please look for the Link Crew banner and your Link Leaders wearing red, white, and blue. The event is FREE and we will have plenty of food, snacks, and drinks. Our Link Leaders will have a variety of games, such as corn hole and volleyball to get ready for the football game Friday night (7:30 pm in the stadium). Remember to wear RED, WHITE, and BLUE (Friday's theme) and enjoy a fun evening with your classmates and Link Leaders.

Have a great night and we hope see you Friday night at the tailgate!


Career Outlook

Article: "After decades of pushing bachelor's degrees, U.S. needs more tradespeople"


College and Career Fair at Keystone Oaks

College/Career Fair open to all Juniors and Seniors and their Parent/Guardian @ Keystone Oaks High School on Sept 13th.


First Day Memories 2017

A few rain drops couldn't spoil the first day of school or deter the legions of parents and students who made their way to the front doors of schools in Mt. Lebanon.


Princeton Review PSAT Practice for Freshmen/Sophomores

Free Practice PSAT Test Sept 16th available w/ Princeton Review.


Drop-Off and Pick-Up Traffic Patterns

Please read our procedures for the safe and efficient drop-off and pick-up of students throughout the year.


Upcoming Financial Aid Events

Upcoming Financial Aid Events

September 12, 2017 - Financial Aid 101 - presented by Kimberly McCurdy, PHEAA representative
South Fayette High School Auditorium - 7:00 p.m.
Ms. McCurdy will provide an overview of the Financial Aid application process
All are welcome to attend.


October 18, 2017 - Financial Aid Presentation with Charlene Bedillion, Associate Director for Financial Aid, Washington and Jefferson College

Mt. Lebanon High School Fine Arts Theatre - 7:00 p.m.
Ms. Bedillion will provide a thorough presentation on Financial Aid, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and the various forms of aid and eligibility. She will also be available to answer questions after the presentation.
RSVPs are not required.

Dismissal Procedures at Lincoln

There will be significant changes to our dismissal locations and routines this year at Lincoln.


Sept. 28 HS Open House; 2pm Dismissal

Sept. 28: HS Open House 6:45 pm; 2:00 pm Dismissal


Sept.13 Middle School Open House

Sept.13: JMS Open House 6:30-8:30 pm MMS Open House 6:30-8:30 pm