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Art of the Week


Pop Art painting of Bernie Sanders 
by Modern Art student Meredith Melendy.

Formerly featured works from "Art of the Week" 
can be seen in our archives on the Art Club page.

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.

Swingin' with The Swingles

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LHS Superlatives sang for The Swingles and received coaching. Read more about their visit and see photos HERE.

Lebanon Gym Floor

As our current LHS gym floor is renovated, 
you can secure your 
"Square Foot of History" 
by purchasing a piece of the old floor.


For more information, click here

PowerSchool Links & Information for LHS Families


Instructions for setting up a parent portal account

Congratulations!

Student of the Month
LAUREN HADLEY
Lauren, a senior, is a bright, intelligent young woman with a genuine awareness and appreciation for learning. She demonstrated great leadership and initiative as president of the National Honor Society this year, and her improvised speech to the new inductees inspired the entire room. She is proud of her school community and appreciates what she has gained while at LHS. She is a terrific young lady deserving of this recognition. 
Congratulations to Lauren!

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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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.

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To see the LHS Honor Roll lists for 2015-2016, click 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 and District Events Calendar


Recent visitors discuss renewable energy

LHS students learned about energy resources (particularly wind and solar power) and sustainability, after reading a book in their World Literature class. 


See all the details and more pictures HERE.

Technology In the Classroom

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Mr. Dukeshire's students created an interactive timeline about U.S. history from 1918-1940. See the final product and read more about the technology they used HERE.

Did You Know..?

Eight students took courses at Dartmouth last fall. These classes were:
    • Calculus (Several Variables)
    • Economics
    • Intro to Computer Science
    • Computer Science - Discrete Mathematics
    • Arabic
For more information on how LHS students are taking advantage of Extended Learning Opportunitiesclick here.

 

NEASC

To see the press release regarding the LHS accreditationclick here.

SchoolMessenger

SchoolReach SchoolMessenger Conversion System Admin Trainings
One of the many ways we will keep in touch with you is through SchoolMessenger. You may receive messages by phone, email, or phone/email. It is very important that we have current contact information for you! Please contact your school directly if it is necessary to update your contact info.

 
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