ART CLUB is an informal gathering of students who would like to work on art projects of their own choosing.
Thursdays after school until 3:30 p.m.
INFOSNAP REGISTRATION AVAILABLE NOW!
Mental Health First Aid
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH
Rachel Billings, Julia Blike, Carter Bish, Maddie Brown, Kyrsten Carlson, Sam Clifton, Jessie Dessert, Jill Dion, Emma Forman, Emily Foster, Kayla Girdwood, Jada Goodrich, Lauren Hadley, Emily Hastings, Emily Krueger, Hana Laramie, Kendra MacDonald, Emilie Marchal, Garrette Marx, Nick Ogrinc, Mary Grace Sedero, Audrey Swift, Kyra Taylor, Walker Tuttle, Izzy Walker, James Weatherly, Jess Young, and Meg Zuttermeister.
Everyone completed a 12-hour training to earn a 3-year certification in Peer Mental Health First Aid. This event was organized by the Upper Valley Youth Mental Health First Aid Project Steering Committee and funded by the Jack & Dorothy Byrne Foundation.
If you are interested in future MHFA trainings, contact: LHS Faculty Advisors Emily Musty or Lucas McKittrick.
Upper Valley student is invited to apply!!
Meteorologist in the House!
Have you missed a school reach call from us?
You can now retrieve up to 30 days of messages from the school.
Just call toll free at 1-855-955-8500.
You must make this call from one of the lines you have listed in the SchoolReach system.
2014 - 2015 Class Dues are $25.00.
Payable to Lebanon School District.
Plan to turn your dues in to your advisor this fall!
Upcoming Special Visits
Thursday, January 29
Doug Madory is a Director of Internet Analysis at Dyn Research where he works on Internet infrastructure analysis projects...more
This event will take place in Room 12 (Mr. Todd Matte's room) from 2:10 to 2:45. All LHS students and faculty are welcome to attend.
Special thanks to Professor Alex Rimberg of Dartmouth College for visiting LHS!
See more pictures and a summary of his presentation HERE.
STUDENT OF THE MONTH
Jane is a member of the National Honor Society and has designed her own path through high school. While succeeding in some of LHS's most rigorous classes, she has also taken three online classes and is currently enrolled in her fourth Dartmouth computer science class. Jane is president and co-founder of the Nerd Herd and is proud to be considered a young woman who excels in math and science. She is a role model for others, and while she might be considered by some to be quiet, she is remarkably thoughtful and kind. Congratulations, Jane!
Students are nominated for their genuine interest in learning, respect for fellow students and faculty, contributions to the school community, and/or overcoming adversity. Students are first nominated and then voted on by faculty & staff.
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The following students have been awarded NHIAA Scholar Athlete Awards:
National Merit Competition
Congratulations to these LHS students
for being named
National Merit Scholarship Progr
The students named as Semifinalists have an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,600 National Merit scholarships worth about $33 million that will be offered next spring. Semifinalists must fulfill several requirements to advance to the Finalist level of the competition. About 90% of the Semifinalists are expected to attain Finalist standing, and more than half of the Finalists will win a National Merit Scholarship.
Congratulations to the following students
for being named
National Merit Commended Students:
LHS and District Events Calendar
The following LHS students have been named
of the Second Quarter
Hartford Area Career and Technology Center:
Nathaniel Brundy Natural Resources I
Emma Cooper Cosmetology II
Madelyn Ford Human Services II
Rebecca Kelesy Design Illustration Media Arts II
Sean Stebbins Auto Technology II
Abigail Wilkinson Allied Medical Services II
Lebanon Gym Floor
Congratulations to the following LHS students for their outstanding performance at Hanover High School's
Poetry Recitation Contest:
Latin 1: 1st Place - Samantha Jones
This annual competition gathers language students from a wide range of high schools to recite poems in their target language (French, German, Latin and Spanish) before a panel of judges and an audience of peers and teachers. These competitors impress the judges year after year with their level of preparation and flair for the "stage." They don't merely speak these verses; they perform them.
Congratulations to the four LHS band students who have been selected to participate in the
2015 New Hampshire All-State Festival!!
The All-State Festival is for the most outstanding music students in the state. Auditions are extremely competitive and selection to this festival is one of the highest honors a music student can achieve.
Two of these students had particularly tremendous performances in their auditions: Rachel Billings earned the highest score in the state on bassoon and Will Merchant earned the 3rd highest score in the state on trumpet. These two students have been selected for the NH Chamber Festival, an elite festival that will allow them to perform in a woodwind quintet and brass choir, respectively.
Did You Know..?
DID YOU KNOW?
Eight students took courses at Dartmouth this fall. These classes were:
For more information on how LHS students are taking advantage of Extended Learning Opportunities, click here.
LHS Field Hockey
Congratulations to the
Lebanon Varsity Field Hockey Team --
NHIAA Division II
2014 State Champions!