In high school, most students are required to take Spanish, French, or German. But one of the language options at Mt. Lebanon High School included Japanese — until the district started removing it from the curriculum.
This past spring, the University of Pittsburgh Greensburg received “initial program approval” from the Pennsylvania Department of Education to add Instructional I certificate programs in Early Childhood Education and Secondary Education to its curriculum.
This was the third year of the Legacy Gala, which has accumulated more than $260,000 to benefit the University Fund for Academic Excellence since its inception. During the gala, senior vice president for Hillard Heintze, Glenn Cannon, received the Presidential Legacy Award for Civic Service, while actor-educator Barbara Russell was honored with the Presidential Legacy Award for Alumni Distinction.