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Hello Lebanon School District Parents and Guardians,
Thank you for a successful beginning to the new school year. We are pleased with everyone’s cooperation and compliance in wearing face coverings in our schools daily. We are able to keep our schools open for in-person instruction, as well as a reduction in the amount of students potentially being quarantined.
As we continue wearing face coverings daily, please be reminded to send your child(ren) with a face covering each day to school. Any type of face protection, including: disposable, cloth, neck gaiter or shield are acceptable face coverings to wear to school. Thank you for your support in keeping our school community healthy and allowing us to provide your child(ren) the best educational experience.
Saludos, padres y tutores del Distrito Escolar de Lebanon,
Gracias por un comienzo exitoso al nuevo año escolar. Nos complacen la cooperación y el cumplimiento del uso cuotidiano de mascarillas en nuestras escuelas. Podemos mantener las escuelas abiertas para la instrucción en persona, además de reducir la cantidad de estudiantes que tendrían que ponerse en cuarentena.
Mientras seguimos con el uso diario de mascarillas, le recordamos enviar a su(s) hijo(s) a la escuela con una mascarilla cada día. Cualquier tipo de barrera protectora, incluyendo las mascarillas desechables o de tela, bufanda cerrada o protector facial, es una medida de protección aceptable para el uso en la escuela. Gracias por su apoyo en mantener la salud y la seguridad de nuestra comunidad escolar, y por permitirnos proporcionar a su(s) hijo(s) la mejor experiencia educativa.
Parent Connections Meeting
November 16, 2021 (Rescheduled)
6:00 - 7:00
In the LMS Library
Please enter through the front door.
Team 1's Spotlight Students!
Three adjectives that Esmeralda would use to describe herself are smart, hardworking, and helpful. In her spare time you will see her reading, drawing, painting, or baking. You could also find her currently reading the book It's Not Me. It's You! A short term goal she hopes to achieve is to get straight A's all year long.
Team 3 Spotlight Students!
Jannat describes herself as funny, loud, and friendly. Jannat is friendly to all of her classmates. She enjoys swimming and drawing. Jannat's short-term goal is to make awesome friends. Her long-term goal is to become a cardiologist. Jannat is currently reading Twilight by Stephenie Meyer.
Team Fantastic Four
I think being in person is definitely the biggest change. I was online all of last year. What have you liked learning most this year? So far the science is really interesting. Who is your favorite teacher of all time and why? For this school, my favorite teacher so far are probably Mr. Brace, Mrs.
How would you describe yourself? -I would describe myself as kind, weird, and friendly. What is one stand-out quality that you have? What activities/hobbies do you enjoy outside of school? -One stand out quality that I have is that I LOVE THE OFFICE! What is one short-term goal you have?
TEAM 7 STUDENT SPOTLIGHTS
Team 7 would like to congratulate Sebastian Polanco and Scarlett Meyer for being chosen as the students of the month! We are so proud of their work ethic and positive attitude. Keep up the good work! How would they describe themselves: I am athletic, funny, and fun.
Team 10 Spotlight Students
Elijah is a thoughtful new member of team 10 who is in 6th grade. He considers himself to be energetic and happy. His quality that stands out the most is his intellectual ability. He partakes in many hobbies. For example, he enjoys playing basketball, football, and video games.
Every month team 12 Teachers will choose two students that demonstrate positive leadership in the classroom. This month we are proud to feature two amazing students: Cecilia Generali and Davonte Montanez! Both students have stood out as classroom leaders for their behavior and excellent work ethic.
6th Grade Student of Month Francisco Vasquez Espinal Miss McDonald would like to nominate Francisco as the sixth grade student of the month for all of his hard work and determination. He models positive behavior in the classroom and helps others when they need it in class.
Special Education Supports:
Itinerant Support Teachers and Contact Information Supplemental Learning Support Teachers and Contact Information Emotional Support Teachers and Contact Information Autistic Support Teacher and Contact Information Life Skills Support Teachers and Contact Information Speech and Language Therapy
Special Area Student of the Month
The Music Department would like to congratulate Stefani Guedez Villaggara for being chosen as November's Student of the Month! Stefani plays percussion for the Middle School Symphonic Band. Stefani is currently the only middle school student that is a part of the LHS Marching Band where she plays the xylophone.