to the Lebanon Public Schools. On this site you will
find links to each of our schools, Board of Education
information including minutes and meeting dates, and
curriculum information. Lebanon Schools have a student
population of about 1239 students housed in three schools;
Lebanon Elementary School , Lebanon Middle School and
Lyman Memorial High School .
Through sequential curriculums and high expectations that often integrates the use of technology, we continue our mission to provide meaningful and challenging educational opportunities for our students. The development of independent learners who produce quality work is a goal. This is achieved through effective skill development, problem solving opportunities and an exposure to a variety of curricular experiences.
A belief in making meaningful connections with students is integral to our schools. We believe that through care, concern and communication the kinds of positive student connections that impact the school environment, student achievement and appropriate social growth are made. These connections are reinforced within each school community both formally and informally throughout the school year.
Some unique attributes of our schools are highly involved
parents at the elementary school, a middle school in
which student participation in the many opportunities
available is exceptional and a high school in which
students must produced a senior project incorporating
several academic components as a graduation requirement.
Lyman Memorial High School is also a regional vocational
agricultural science center. Technology is an important
component of each school.