District News & Information
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.
TIGER Program performs at Mount Lebanon School 4/2/15
We need you!
We are seeking two community members to serve on the LHS Dir. of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment search committee.
First meeting on May 5th 3-4:15 to discuss ranking of the applicants and then a full day on the 14th for interviews. Meetings will be held at the SAU Office.Please contact Dr. Joanne Roberts if interested at email@example.com.
School Gymnastic Show Preview for MLS and HSS students on 4-3-15.
Full Evening Performances at 7pm on Tuesday, 4/7 and Thursday, 4/9.Public invited and encouraged to attend!
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 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.
Held on March 3 at LOH
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.
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.
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