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Mission and Vision
The Lebanon School District aspires to create a safe community in which people explore ideas and learn together in an atmosphere of mutual good will.
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At their January 14th meeting, the Lebanon School Board announces Dr. Joanne Roberts as SAU #88’s Superintendent beginning July 1, 2015.
The Beginnings Preschool Programs at Mount Lebanon and Hanover Street Schools are accepting applications for the 2015-2016 school year. The total cost for preschool is $900 for the 3 year old program and $1200 for the 4 year old program. The early childhood preschool program provides individualized learning opportunities for all preschool aged children. Preschool slots are available by lottery drawing. Any Lebanon or W. Lebanon resident with a child who will be age 3 or 4 by September 30, 2015 may submit an application postmarked by February 20, 2015. The lottery drawing will be held on February 27, 2014.Application available under Schools>Preschool
Questions? Please call Nikki Gagnon, Preschool Coordinator @ 790-8500.
Dear Parents and/or Guardians:Once again, we are approaching the time of year when weather might affect the school day. The primary focus in determining whether to alter the school day in response to weather conditions is student safety. The day may be affected in two ways:
1. School delayed two hours
2. School closed
If students are able to get to school, we seldom close early due to inclement weather.
The following factors will be considered when making a decision about the school day due to inclement weather:
1. Are the roads/highways safely passable?
2. Can pedestrians (on the way to and at school) move around safely?
3. Can the building exits be cleared in the event we need to evacuate? (Being able to get into a building does not necessarily mean we can rapidly evacuate a building.)
4. Can the buses travel safely?
While student safety is our primary concern, there will be occasions when school remains open in less than ideal weather conditions. When this happens, we have particular concern for the welfare of our teenage drivers. We know that icy and snow‐covered roads are a challenge for any driver. Please be very deliberate before allowing a young driver to leave for school in inclement weather. When school is in session, if you feel that road conditions are unsafe to send your child to school, you always have the freedom to keep your child home for the day.
When there is a change in the school day, an automated message will be delivered via email and/or telephone through the school District’s emergency notification system – SchoolReach.
Information is also posted on local television channels WMUR and WNNE and many local radio stations as well as the District’s website at www.sau88.net.
Dr. Joanne Roberts, Interim Superintendent, SAU #88
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