For the spring musical, Mt. Lebanon High School is presenting a virtual Rodgers and Hammerstein revue, A Grand Night for Singing. At the time this was written, COVID-19 capacity restrictions limited the anticipated live audience to just parents, but each performance will be live-streamed. Dates are May 6 and 7 at 7:30 p.m. and May 8 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Visit www.mtlsd.org  for more information and updates.
Mt. Lebanon seniors and first-semester co-editors of the Devil’s Advocate, Jack Horrigan and Kendall Lankford, won first place in the Pennsylvania’s News Media Association’s Keystone Media Competition for their story published in October 2020, “A House Divided: 2020 election reveals generation gap.” Horrigan also placed second in the diversity category for his piece, “District creates diversity task force.”
The Mt. Lebanon Model UN Team won the first place Team Award (Best Large Delegation) plus 10 individual awards at the Duquesne University annual Model UN Invitational in February, which was conducted entirely on Zoom this year. Of the individual awards, five students took first place in their committees: seniors Ben Brown, Nora Kulzer and Emma Gomez-Domingo, sophomore Mihail Alexandrov and freshman Adam Ash. Taking second place were seniors Maya Legersky and Ethan Glass and sophomore Grayson Dee. Senior Melanie Hendrick also placed second in the Best Overall Public Speaker category, and senior Jack Silverman placed third.