Mt. Lebanon High School international students experience Halloween traditions
To celebrate Halloween, our international students and students from Julianne Slogick’s Global Studies class went on a field trip to carve pumpkins. Our students from France, Brazil, South Korea, Pakistan, Croatia and China had the chance to enjoy this autumn tradition with their American counterparts.
Earlier this month members of the Parent/Teacher/Student Association took the students on a walking tour of Mt. Lebanon. A major goal this year has been to offer our international students an opportunity to learn more about American culture and traditions, and to interact more with their American peers.