The Office of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment

Mission Statement

The Lebanon Public Schools, in partnership with families and the community, will prepare students to be contributing members of a diverse global society. We will provide a safe, nurturing, rigorous, and student-centered learning environment.

Quiles-Glover, Rita

Rita Quiles-Glover
Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment

891 Exeter Rd
Lebanon, CT 06249


Vision of Curriculum

Lebanon Public Schools believes all students should have access to a high quality, engaging, education. The curriculum is content rich, offering stu­dents opportunities to learn important concepts and procedures with understanding, while simultaneously providing students with opportunities to explore and grow in 21st century skills. These multi-disciplinary outcomes (responsible citizen; effective communicator, innovative problem solver, critical thinker, lifelong learner, and engaged collaborator) are thoughtfully and purposefully embedded throughout the curriculum alongside content that is informed by state and national standards. Scope and sequence and written documents with the varied disciplines and grade levels include key required components and depth of understanding that is expected upon unit completion.

Curriculum Links

Educational Standards


Curriculum Documents

English Language Arts
Social Studies
World Language
Wellness/Health & Physical Education
Agricultural & Technology
Career and Technical Education (Family Consumer, Tech, & Business)
Academic Arts & Media

Long Range Curriculum Cycle

TEAM - New Teacher Supports

MTSS - Multi-Tiered System of Supports

Portrait of the Graduate


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