Elementary school students in the ELCO School District received a special drive-by visit this week – a Raider Flash Drive!
The county’s six public school districts are coordinating efforts to keep educational channels open during the coronavirus shutdown.
The Northern Lebanon School Board has hired an architectural services company to do a feasibility study of the district’s six school buildings.
Pennsylvania school closures were extended until April 6 at the earliest, affecting local districts.
Congratulations to Lebanon students who made the honor roll for the fourth marking period!
Lebanon Valley College president Lewis E. Thayne announced Friday that classes would be held remotely through the remainder of the spring semester.
To meet the need during COVID-19, several school districts in Lebanon County are offering meals to keep those young tummies full.
Former NFL player Jared Odrick plans to donate a 12-foot tall cast bronze sculpture entitled “Conversations with Myself” to his alma mater, Lebanon High School.
March 4, Lebanon High School held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new esports arena.
James M. MacLaren, PhD., will succeed Lewis E. Thayne as Lebanon Valley College’s 19th president.
More than 50 volunteers helped with the local celebration of Read Across America, a team effort by the United Way of Lebanon County and Visit Lebanon Valley.
School lunch debts nearing $1,800 were paid recently by a group that prefers not to be identified, said Palmyra Superintendent Dr. Bernie Kepler.
From 1975-2015, LVC received 10 Fulbright grants — one every four years. Then, from 2016-2019 there were another 10 Fulbright grants.
Congratulations to Lebanon students who made the honor roll for the third marking period!
LebTown reached out to school districts within Lebanon County regarding Mini-THON participation. Six school districts detailed students’ Mini-THON traditions as well as this year’s fundraising goals.