Technology In the Classroom
Art of the Week
Students in Sculpture and Ceramics spent class on May 15
with professional potter David Pellerin, owner of Indikoi Pottery
in Springfield, NH. Dave demonstrated wheel throwing bowls,
vases, and covered jars, and shared entertaining stories
about his education, career, and business.
See David's work at www.indikoisinks.com.
Formerly featured works from "Art of the Week"
can be seen in our archives on the Art Club page.
Mental Health First Aid
CONGRATULATIONS TO THIS SPRING'S
YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH
Lauren Anikis, Margaret Grzegorowitz, Raph Harriman,
Riann Tang, Jack Whittaker
They join other trained LHS students:
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.
Congratulations to all our Upper Valley Youth Mental Health First Aiders from Hanover, Hartford, Lebanon, Mascoma, Stevens High Schools (pictured above). Everyone completed a 12-hour training to earn a 3-year certification in Peer Mental Health First Aid. The Upper Valley YMHFA Steering Committee, West Central Behavioral Health and Hypertherm hosted this 2-day training with the financial support from The Byrne Foundation.
If you are interested in future MHFA trainings, contact: LHS Faculty Advisors Emily Musty or Lucas McKittrick. The next training will be held in November 2015, and any Upper Valley student is invited to apply!!
Lebanon Gym Floor
Day of Work before and after. Raising money for Perriello Scholarship
Student of the Month
More scholar than student, junior Damon French pursues many fascinating paths of knowledge, including classic science fiction, ‘70s progressive rock, and the psychology of cities. It’s as if he cannot help but seek out intellectual challenges. He could possibly have the best vocabulary of anyone at LHS. His short fiction is outstanding; he’s able to combine plot, characters, and imagery in narratives rich in resonance and meaning. Despite, or possibly as part of, his impressive talents, he takes full advantage of constructive criticism. Quiet, introverted, and respectful, Damon is above all, a profound thinker. Congratulations, Damon!
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 competed in three sports during all four years of their high school career and were awarded the NHIAA 3 Sport Athlete Award:
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:
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LHS and District Events Calendar
LHS Art Show and Senior Exhibition
Don't miss the
LHS Art Show and Senior Exhibition
Rooms 12 & 14 at LHS
Students select their best work from throughout the year to exhibit, including drawing, painting, photography, pottery, sculpture, creative projects, digital projects, and more! Seniors exhibit their best work from their high school careers in individual displays. Refreshments served during the evening hours from.
Sustaining the Future
Do you have plastic bags or film lying around? Students for a Sustainable Future (SSF) are now collecting both at LHS for recycling!
Collection bins are in the main foyer outside the athletic office and in room 14 (Art room). The plastic is delivered to Hannaford's once a month. They in turn collect the plastic for Trex, a company that manufactures plastic lumber for decking. After starting the collection in January, SSF has collected 160 lbs. of plastic bags and film, which filled 17 large trash bags!
Recyclable plastic includes grocery bags, case overwrap, produce bags, wood pellet bags, bread bags, newspaper sleeves, bubble wrap, and packaging pillows. Plastic needs to be clean and dry! Click HERE for more details.
Parents and students with plastic film they would like to recycle can drop it off at one of the collection bins.
About Smarter Balanced Assessments
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
Did You Know..?
Eight students took courses at Dartmouth last fall. These classes were:
For more information on how LHS students are taking advantage of Extended Learning Opportunities, click here.