It’s still possible that state mandates will change between now and the start of school.
Antonis stepped into the leadership role in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic — and nothing about her first several weeks in the chair has been simple.
Four Lebanon County graduating high school seniors received the 2020 Lebanon County Envirothon scholarship totaling $5,000.
New for this year’s program, participants will receive credit for their progress by entering the 4-digit codes on the online library tool, Beanstack.
For the third straight year, job search site Zippia says Lebanon Valley College is Pennsylvania’s #1 college for employed alumni ten years after graduation. And now, it’s #5 nationwide.
COVID-19 hasn’t put the brakes on a series of 4-H day camp programs offered each summer by the Penn State Extension in Lebanon County — but, like so many other summer opportunities this year, the programs have moved online.
District officials tell LebTown they have balanced their budgets and are prepared to meet the challenges ahead for the coming school year.
Palmyra Public Library has kicked off a curbside holds pickup and 2020 summer learning program while coronavirus restrictions are still in place.
From approximately 250 nominations that were sent in, Holly Serio was selected as this year’s Teacher Impact Award winner from Lebanon county.
Three main lessons today’s educators and policymakers can draw from how schools and communities responded to the last century’s pandemic.
Lebanon-area couple Joya and Tom Morrissey have a plan to save Lebanon Catholic, or at least Catholic education in Lebanon County.
Albert Nazeeri, a physics student at Caltech, has found a new procedure to disinfect N95 masks.
Faced with overcrowding at its existing schools, the school board has given the go-ahead for a preliminary study to see if the recently closed Lebanon Catholic School building could help solve the problem.
A nascent crowdfunding campaign for the school district, which is facing a budget shortfall of over $2 million, runs afoul of a policy put in place by the school board.
CLSD is currently in the early stages of planning for the 2020-2021 school year because, like most other school districts, they only recently completed the 2019-2020 school year.