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March was Music in Our Schools Month!
A national effort to advocate for music education and highlight the great things happening in school music programs around the country.
Riding on the momentum of their participation in Lebanon's annual All-District Concert, students in the LHS Concert Band and their instructor Ms. Lauren Haley enjoyed a visit by Dr. Jim Chesebrough from Keene State College for a clinic. He is an outstanding music educator and low brass player. He was a public school music teacher for 26 years, and was a recipient of the Outstanding Band Director of the Year Award from the state of New Hampshire.
On March 19th, the band traveled to the NH Large Group Festival. There, they played for a panel of judges and received feedback, a brief workshop with one of the judges, and the highest possible rating: an A. Then, students had a chance to hear some other high school bands from around the state. This was a great experience for our students. It is always important to receive feedback from new people with different perspectives, but it is particularly great for our students to have the opportunity to hear live performances in our medium, performed by others their own age.
More info about the LHS Wet Paint Players HERE.
LHS students Jill Dion (12th) and DeShawn Wood (9th) voiced Wise Words public service announcements for WISE on Great Eastern Radio. Links to these recordings are at the bottom of this page.
LHS Science Olympiad teams make an impressive debut at NH State Tournament