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Budget Information


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.

To read the entire Lebanon School District Mission and Vision Statement click here.

Announcements

REMINDER: MONDAY - MARCH 30

A Family Math Night for Grades K-4

Mon.  March 30th,  Hanover St. School Cafeteria & Activity Room

5:00-6:30

Students, families and teachers of

Hanover St. School and Mt. Lebanon School

are invited to share snacks,

games,  prizes, and math fun!

Casey Goodwin, Director of Athletic Bands and Professor of Music at the University of New Hampshire, came to be a guest conductor and provide feedback to LHS students who are headed to the New Hampshire Large Ensemble Festival this weekend. Good luck, band members! Read more about the band clinic HERE.



Team Grasshoppers

Team 95 "Grasshoppers" from LHS, HACTC, Mascoma, and Hanover High Schools, was on the winning alliance and received the "Engineering Excellence" award at Granite State Districts. The Grasshoppers will move on to the New England District Championship event held at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

Lebanon High School Seniors explore learning outside of LHS walls. Pictured: Cole, Blank,
Tangen. Ms. Tangen has completed 4 Dartmouth courses as part of the College’s Special Community Student High School Program.

Lebanon Middle School‘s Destination Imagination Team won first place at regional.  DI Team from L-R: M Neu, C  McHugh, J Sentman, A  Rentel, and A  Hill--all are seventh graders.  The coaches (not pictured): Anne Neu and Carmen Rentel. This DI Team will move on to the state level of competition.


2015 Lebanon All-District Band Concert

Held on March 3 at LOH

Click here to see CATV recording




The Lebanon High School Model UN Team recently returned from the Boston Model United Nations Conference.

Congratulations to the entire team, but in particular Marina Liot (honorable mention), Stephanie Brooks (honorable mention) and Riann Tang (verbal commendation) for their outstanding performances. The other participants were Cate Pierson, Margaret Gilliat, Dorian Wenig, Chelsea Paige and Maddi Walker.


 
 

Lebanon High School Senior Phoebe Low shakes hands

with Vice President, Joe Biden in Concord on Wednesday, Feb. 25th.
                
          




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School Closings

School Cancellation Announcement Information


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.

 Sincerely,

Dr. Joanne Roberts, Interim Superintendent, SAU #88



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SAU88 District Events & Vacations


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