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Staff and students at Lebanon Middle School honored Veterans at an assembly on Thursday afternoon. Our chorus sang the National Anthem then students read tribute pieces to the Veterans. Each Veteran was personally acknowledged and recognized for their service. To conclude the event, the Veterans were invited into classrooms and spoke with our students.
Lebanon Elementary School recognized Veterans Day in a beautiful way. They invited Veterans in to share a special breakfast with students. They also decorated the hallways of the schools with special art work and writing pieces and then held an assembly where our chorus sang a song and students read facts about Veterans Day.
Elisabeth took 12th place at the Middle School State Cross Country competition. Our team finished in a very respectable 15th place.
Hazel finished 24th at the State Open Cross Country meet (out of over 170 competitors) and qualified for the New England race!
Lyman Memorial High School students attended the ACM’s Aerospace Alley Future Workforce Opportunities Fair on November 1, 2023 in Hartford, CT. The event was designed to engage students at the middle and high school levels and raise awareness about modern manufacturing and the aerospace industry.
Teachers and students were made aware of the broad opportunities and well-paying careers in the local aerospace industry. Those who attended had the opportunity to speak with local aerospace firms to learn about the valuable career opportunities that exist and discuss the expectations employers have when hiring.
Congratulations to the following members of our boys soccer team for receiving Eastern Connecticut Conference recognition. James Hiltz- Scholar Athlete, Jackson Ladegard- Sportsmanship, and Jeremiah Bobbi and Owen Christiansen as honorable mention all-conference performers.
Congratulations to the Lyman Memorial High School Girls Soccer Team who were recently crowned as ECC Tournament Champions! #BleedBlue
Congratulations to our Lyman Girls Cross Country Team for capturing the Class S Runner-up position at the state meet this weekend. Up next the State Open, good luck to the coaches and the student-athletes!
Our volleyball team has 9 wins on the season and will take on Plainfield on 10/30. We celebrated the Senior members of this team for their vast accomplishments and contributions over their careers. It was a special night to thank Avery, Evelyn, Lindalis and Rylee. Good luck to them and the team during ECC and state tournament play.
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Last night was Senior Night for the Lyman Memorial High School Girls Soccer team. They played hard and the game ended in a 0-0 tie after double overtime. The girls are now 12-2-1 on the season and play today versus East Hampton at 3:45. The team is currently ranked 3rd in the state in the Class S division. We are looking forward to an exciting run in the ECC and state tournaments. Congrats to Alyssa, Aurora, Ella, Kelsey, Lauren, Loretta, Maddy, Nevaeh and Rebecca!
This Wednesday evening we celebrated our Seniors from the Lyman Boys Soccer team. We appreciate the dedication and effort put forth by these student-athletes. Congrats to Alex, Ben, Cam, Jared, Jeremiah, Joey, Kenyon and Owen!
Congrats to our Lebanon Middle School Cross Country teams, led by Coach McLean and strong performances from all the student-athletes, the boys team captured 1st place and the girls team brought home 3rd at the NEMSAC race.
Today was Goodies with Grands at LES! Thank you to all the loved ones who started their day with our learners, enjoying a breakfast treat and supporting the PTA at the Book Fair.
Take a bow LES Talent Show participants!
This past Friday, I had the pleasure of watching these confident young learners display their talents. They sang, danced, told jokes and performed magic in front of a gym full of their peers and teachers.
On Friday, 10/13, Mrs. Ayer and Mr. Kuczynski took 20 sophomores, juniors, and a senior to ECSU for a Literary Festival. Over 11 CT high schools (and over 200 students) attended this annual event. Students listened to keynote speakers Elsa Nunez, ECSU president, who reminded students that “words have the power to hurt but also the power to heal,” and published author Aaron Caycedo Kimura. Kimura told students that “education and experience are never wasted,” and that “it may feel like you’ve taken wrong turns, remember they’re all lessons to learn from…The world needs to hear your voice.”
Students then went into break-out groups; Lyman students worked with ECSU professor and published author, Dr Raouf Mama to create oral stories. After lunch, there was an open mic where several Lyman students joined others and read their stories, essays, or poems.
Lastly, we took a campus tour with ECSU student, Julianna.
A creative writing contest was held in conjunction with the festival and Sophomore Kassidi Murzyn and Junior Hayden Marrero both received Honorable Mentions for their writing.