95 Lebanon County students have been named to Harrisburg Area Community College’s Fall 2020 full-time Dean’s List.
The Lebanon Valley Conservancy has announced that it is now accepting applications for its 2021 Richard H. and Karen R. Light Memorial Scholarship. The deadline to apply is April 1, 2021.
32 Lebanon County students have received Fall, 2020, academic honors at the Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences in Lancaster.
Dr. Arthur Abrom writes, “January is School Director’s Recognition Month a time for us at Lebanon School District to celebrate and recognize the challenging and vital work boards do on behalf of our students, schools and families.”
Prior to arriving on campus, all students and employees who will be on campus for the semester must complete a self-administered COVID-19 test.
Superintendent Dr. Krista M. Antonis writes, “We are truly lucky that we have a dedicated group of people leading our school district.”
Pandemic changes but doesn’t stop annual holiday food baskets for needy families in Lebanon Middle School community.
Meeting the criteria for the award means that a school district’s taxpayers get a clearer understanding of the budget process.
Longtime teacher and coach Rick Dissinger is the new athletic director at Cedar Crest High School.
Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit (IU13) and Lebanon County Libraries have come together to create a partnership that brings more accessibility to digital books for students within Lebanon County.
Under new state guidelines, two COVID-19 cases was enough to require a small school like Pine Street Elementary to close for several days.
The old ‘Greystone’ has served the Annville-Cleona school district well for many years. Now, following a bit of a scare, it appears the building will continue to do so well into the future.
The rise in COVID-19 cases in Lebanon County and 37 other counties in Pennsylvania led the state teachers union to call for schools here to close. Officials here prefer to leave the decision in the school districts’ hands.
Cornwall-Lebanon School District didn’t have to go far to find a new principal for Cedar Crest High School.
As Lebanon County endures the highest rates of COVID-19 seen since the beginning of the pandemic, local education institutions are having to revise plans in reaction to confirmed cases.