ELCO High School is getting an expansion, facelift and other improvements that, district officials told LebTown, were long overdue.
Lebanon County high school students competed in the annual Envirothon, testing their knowledge of natural resources, with the winning team, Palmyra Envirovengers, advancing to the state competition.
It was a difficult few days for the Cedar Crest High School community – to say the very least.
Concerns about a transgender student at Eastern Lebanon County High School led the ELCO school board on April 17 to close the high school locker rooms to all students during regular school hours through the end of the school year.
Cedar Crest High School was evacuated Thursday morning, April 20, in an incident that proved to be a false alarm.
Camp Cadet aims to provide local youth with a positive growth experience using a framework of a “mini” police academy.
Lebanon School District’s new middle school – a much hoped-for balm for overcrowding in the schools – is well on its way toward completion.
Penn State Extension is offering ServSafe Food Safety Manager Courses in both Spanish and English this spring.
When a fresh school year begins this fall, Northern Lebanon’s state-of-the-art elementary school will usher in a new period in local primary education.
Lebanon County Libraries has launched a new app which makes library services available on patrons’ mobile devices.
The Annville-Cleona Fire Department is getting help from Lebanon Valley College students in the school’s Digital Communications program with media presentation and community outreach.
The Krypton Cougars, a Palmyra-based high school robotics squad, took the top spot at a FIRST Mid-Atlantic district competition earlier this month.
Annville-Cleona Secondary School will host a free SAFETiNET conference for parents on Saturday, March 11, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The future looked bleak in 2020 when years of declining enrollment forced the closing of Lebanon Catholic School, but a dedicated group of parents, donors, and educators refused to let the 160-year tradition of Catholic education in Lebanon County die.
Rooted & Free Nature School preschool takes the classroom into nature in an effort to cultivate lifelong learners.