A system as originally envisioned is not available at this time, and so municipal officials are looking at other options.
The school board still must vote on a reopening plan as the first day of instruction for students approaches on Aug. 31.
Commissioners seek to promote public participation by providing options besides attendance in person.
- Peters Township officials approve 5-day school week to open academic year
- School district health, safety plan approved by one-vote margin in Mt. Lebanon
- Golf binds father-daughter duo
- Two in school, three at home: Upper St. Clair considers ‘hybrid’ reopening
- Bethel Park reconsiders format for school year opening
- Student-organized pickleball tournament in Upper St. Clair raises $1,200
- ‘No. 1 priority’: Spencer Family YMCA in Bethel Park promotes safety in reopening
- Further examination of license plate recognition capabilities planned in Mt. Lebanon
- Whether rain or heat, Mt. Lebanon group prepares for annual summer event
- Players, coaches ready to play football, despite virus
Provisions call for an online learning option along with students reporting to the district’s 10 buildings on Aug. 24.
The nonprofit Indoor Tennis for Mt. Lebanon organization has pledged to cover 45 percent of the total cost of replacing the three-decade-old courts.
Having scored high marks on entry tests, Erin Muse heads for basic training in August before starting her education in an exclusive military program.
Dr. Edward Strimlan draws from his experience as an investigator to teach students about the discipline, as it applies to real life instead of television.
Technology is at the forefront of Heather and Tom Earley’s new Absolute Value Tutoring space in the Galleria of Mt. Lebanon.
Improvements are on the way for Meadowcroft Park and Dixon Field, and the canopy over the fuel tanks at the municipal public works facility will be replaced.
Scott Potter’s ordination as a deacon follows the Rev. Scott Potter’s ordination as a priest.
Considerable planning is taking place prior to the start of the 2020-21 academic year.
In response to George Floyd’s death, hundreds gather to support the concepts of Black Lives Matter and putting an end to racism.
In the wake of COVID-19, business as usual is taking on new meanings, and Mt. Lebanon commercial districts manager Eric Milliron wants to help ensure local entrepreneurs are able to adapt to whatever the future holds.
Longtime instructor Judy Nowe Gelman has joined with Carnegie Mellon University faculty member Betsy Lawrence in helping students audition for institutions of higher learning.
The Diocese of Pittsburgh has announced a new name for a new elementary school resulting from the merger of St. Anne in Castle Shannon, St. Bernard in Mt. Lebanon, Our Lady of Grace in Scott Township and St. Thomas More in Bethel Park.
Mt. Lebanon Public Library’s summer reading program invites children, teens and adults to “Imagine Your Story” by diving into some good books.
In its 52nd year, Mt. Lebanon Junior Women’s Club awarded $14,000 to its 2019-20 major grant beneficiary, Young Women’s Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation.
New lane configurations and traffic-signal patterns have been approved for Cedar Boulevard’s intersection with Morgan and Greenhurst drives.
Painters Run Road will close just west of its intersection with McMillan Road in Upper St. Clair starting at 7 a.m. June 15.