The Global Gist
The Mt. Lebanon High School Global Studies Bulletin
"Doing" Global Studies
Below, students gathered for a photograph to send to a child in Zimbabwe whom they have sponsored for a year's schooling through The Nyadire Connection.
Students contributed to a meaningful conversation about what being a global citizen means to them during a moderated discussion facilitated by Generation Global. They engaged with two schools in Ukraine and one from Indonesia.
The Girls' Empowerment Program of the Nyadire Connection held a sewing party to assembly pad and hygiene kits that will be distributed to girls and women in Zimbabwe. Global Studies students donated supplies and lent helping hands.
Global Ethics Day
During lunch periods, Global Studies students asked the student body to share their responses to important ethical questions. What do you think: should everyone live in a democracy?
Tutoring ESL Students at Lincoln Elementary School
Check Out the Jack-o-Lanterns
If you have a desire to "pay it forward" by offering a presentation or sharing a skill or passion with the next generation, please find information on how to volunteer at the Mt. Lebanon School District Community Speakers' Bureau homepage.
The Mt. Lebanon High School Global Studies Program
Mrs. Julianne Slogick, Global Studies Program Director