The organization provides support at a schoolwide, group and individual level. It’s a holistic approach, targeting both the academic and nonacademic needs of students.
The Charter School Law of 1997 ignited an ongoing clash between traditional public schools and charter schools for coveted tax dollars in Pennsylvania – and that dispute is heating up as the pandemic spurs enrollment increases in online charter schools.
The Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences in Lancaster has awarded Spring 2021 academic honors to 35 Lebanon County students.
Winners in both grade levels will each win $250, a custom pen donated by G&L Trophies and a tour of the Capitol in Harrisburg with Sen. Gebhard.
Recently, Zippia named LVC as #1 in the listing of “The Best Colleges in Each State for Getting a Job 2021.”
The district’s new seventh- and eighth-grade building will be built on a handful of acres, which are currently being used for athletics.
Lebanon County public school districts recently released their 2021-2022 health and safety plans, which detail coronavirus mitigation procedures for the upcoming school year.
As the Delta variant causes COVID case trends to reverse, the debate over mandatory mask and vaccination policies has picked up at districts and campuses nationwide with students and educators on the precipice of another school year during a pandemic.
The superintendent of Lebanon School District was not surprised last month to see Lebanon on the governor’s list of 25 “most underfunded” schools in Pennsylvania – but he takes some pleasure in seeing new steps to make education funding more equitable.
One of Lebanon County’s most successful interscholastic sports programs – ELCO boys’ soccer – is on the hunt for a new coach to lead the squad in its next chapter.
95 Lebanon County students have been named to Harrisburg Area Community College’s Fall 2020 full-time Dean’s List.
The Lebanon School District will conduct its second town hall meeting about the two new building projects inside Lebanon High School’s Starr Auditorium, at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 1. Everyone is invited and encouraged to attend.
The Lebanon Community Libraries’ Summer Learning Program, Tails and Tales, has free events going up until the end of the summer.
National champs, dedicated staff, enthusiastic wrestlers, make first Lebanon High Wrestling Camp a success.
LebTown celebrates the 2021 graduates of all six Lebanon County school districts.