WELCOME, CLASS OF 2020
School begins Wednesday, August 31
Welcome, incoming Class of 2020!
We look forward to having incoming freshmen and their families join our LHS community this new school year. Here are pictures from last spring's Step-Up Days, where current LHS students that had attended sending schools gave students advice about what to expect in the next school year.
SSF Rebuilds Garden Beds
SSF (Students for a Sustainable Future) members spent a few hours in the sunshine rebuilding the two damaged and deteriorated raised garden beds. The work involved cutting lumber, building the raised bed frames in the art room, removing the old beds, shoveling lots of dirt, installing the new beds, planting squash, carrots, kale and chard, and cleaning up the work site. The vegetables will be harvested in the fall for the school kitchen staff to turn into wonderful lunches! See the SSF website for more photos!
Pictured above: Jack Davini, Polina Pivak, Juliane Borger, Sam Jones, John Hurford and Jared MacEwan. Missing: Qate Plomp and Emily Lyons.
We are excited to announce that online enrollment for the upcoming 2016-2017 school year is now open!
Once you receive your letter with your student's Snapcode, click here to register.
LHS Concert Band shines at Great East Festival
The LHS Concert Band earned a Platinum Medal, the highest medal awarded, by the Great East Festival. The judges were very impressed, and offered students some feedback to improve even further. Their instructor, Ms. Haley, said, "I'm very proud of the hard work they put in to get to this level, and they were very excited to receive this honor." The
plaque will be on display in the trophy cabinet in the LHS lobby. Be sure to take a look! Meanwhile, here are a couple more photos of the fun students had while on their trip.
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LHS' Sam Jones at the Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards
At a ceremony on May 4th, Sam Jones won two golds, two silvers, and an honorable mention from the Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards at the regional level for poetry and a short story. Her pieces as well as the other winners were published in an anthology called Middle High School Voices 2016.
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LHS Student Receives Statewide School Board Association Scholarship
Senior Nick Haidari applied for and received the New Hampshire School Board Association (NHSBA) Scholarship. The NHSBA scholarship program is designed to encourage and support young people who have indicated a strong interest in pursuing a career in public education or a related field. Five total awards are given; one in each designated region of the state. Factors considered are academic achievement (as an indicator of future success in post-secondary education), active participation in school-sponsored extracurricular activities, and community service.
Technology In the Classroom
As an extension of reading The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind, Mr. Winslow's World Literature students learned all about renewable energy resources - with the use of online activities in wind and solar power. Check out the summary and see pictures HERE.
Lebanon Gym Floor
LHS and District Events Calendar
Recent visitors discuss renewable energy
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.
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