Another session of the Hanson Reading Buddy Program. 3rd Graders have fun helping Kindergarteners with their reading skills.
Girls on the run
Volunteer coaches guide the girls through fun lessons that help them understand who they are, the importance of teamwork, and how they can positively shape the world. Check out the website at http://girlsontherunmaine.org/ The season ends with the girls completing the GOTR 5k which provides an understanding of the confidence…
Family Night Hikes
Lebanon Community Learning Center Proudly presents: Family Night Hikes 6:30pm-7:30pm Monday February 22 at LES. Join Meg Edstrom Jones from The Ecology School for our Family Night Hike series. Meg will lead activities about animals who come out after dark, play nature-based games, and share facts and stories about other creatures…
Thursday, January 21st @ LES from 6pm-7pm Our Local Fire & Rescue Department will be here to discuss winter risks: Hypothermia, thin ice, dangerous heating source and other areas of winter concern. There will be a re-enactment of a winter water rescue. This presentation is designed to help remind families…
Hanson Reading buddy program : 3rd graders help Kindergarteners Read a book of their choice. This helps Kindergarteners with their listening skills and 3rd graders with their reading skills
Breakfast with Santa
Noble High school Cheerleaders Present BREAKFAST WITH SANTA. Date: Saturday December 12th 8am-11am Place: NHS Cafe, 388 Somersworth rd. North Berwick ME $5.oo/adult $3.00/child Tickets available at the door
This year we are hosting Winter Wonderland Wednesdays. The K-3 Breakfasts will be held in the Hanson Cafeteria and the 4th & 5th grade at Lebanon Elementary. They all start at 8:15 and end at 9:00. Adult Breakfast: $2.75, Child Breakfast: $1.50. These are going to be held on the following…
EL National Conference
Lebanon students have their work displayed at the Expeditionary Learning National Conference in San Diego.
Mrs. Stuart’s Class Working with local Veterans in preparation for Veteran’s Day.
Veterans from the Lebanon American Legion post came to visit on Wednesday, November 4th to talk about Veteran’s Day. They watched a History Channel video that explained the history of the holiday and created posters to be placed on the front lawn to thank other Veterans for their service.