SAU #88 Superintendent Search:
The Lebanon School District and School Board are
holding various forums to gather staff and community input.
For the Schedule of Public Forums, CLICK HERE.
School Garden News
The garlic harvest is in! The school garden, located behind the school between the building and the access road, is loving all the sunshine and rain this summer! Two members of SSF (Students for a Sustainable Future) just harvested the garlic we planted last fall, and we got 101 bulbs, twice last year's crop! SSF is also growing butternut squash, beets, carrots, onions, and kale, some of which we started growing indoors in March. All the food from the garden will be used in the school cafeteria this fall by Dennis and the amazing kitchen staff to create healthy lunches for LHS and HHS students! SSF is always looking for new members, click this link SSF Announcements to see when we will be meeting, and this link school garden website to see the history of the school garden with the latest photos!
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.
Register now to take PSATs!!!
Test will be held Saturday, October 18:
--Registration begins at 7:15 a.m.
--Testing begins at 8:00 a.m.
Juniors can register anytime during the school day in the Guidance Office. Cost is $20 (checks made payable to Lebanon School District).
The PSATs are designed to prepare students to take the SATs for college admission. PSATs are given just once a year.
From the Principal
Dear Lebanon Sports Fans,
Local businesses have asked for my help in keeping their parking lots open to their customers. It would be greatly appreciated if you would not park in the parking lots of local businesses during football, soccer, and other sports activities. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
--Tom Marshall, Principal LHS
Amelia is a 12th grader who works very hard and is determined to achieve her goals. She has grown so much as a learner in the past years and has become an amazing advocate for her own needs. Amelia doesn't give up, she rises to challenges that come before her, and she seeks help and is appreciative of it. Amelia is a quiet leader who is well liked by her peers and she is always willing to help classmates. Amelia may "fly beneath the radar" with her unassuming demeanor, but her work ethic and kindness are really very special.
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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BEST YOUTH PRODUCTIONS for 2014!
Congratulations to the casts, crews, parents and everyone involved for their hard work!rt!
The Owl Awards help arts organizations know what audience members enjoyed most from their past year's offerings and celebrate the arts in the Upper Valley.
Lebanon Gym Floor
Did You Know..?
This fall, Seventy-five LHS students are taking online classes through the Virtual Learning Academy Charter School (VLACS).
For more information on how LHS students are taking advantage of Extended Learning Opportunities, click here.