We had a great Young Author Celebration last night.! Congratulations to our 3 winners! Thanks Mrs. Clemens for chairing this event.
Good afternoon Lebanon CUSD#9 stakeholders, The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) has become the issue discussed in every location across the country at this time. Lebanon CUSD#9 administration, nurse and County Health Department have been working on preventative measures to reduce the likelihood of exposure and transmission within our schools. Recommendations to use good hygiene such as washing hands, not touching your face, and not reporting to school or work if you experience flu-like (cough, fever, respiratory issues or any other signs of illness) symptoms continue to be the focus for each of us. However, it has become evident that additional measures may become necessary to combat the spread. Currently, school is one of the safest atmosphere for our students. This is a very fluid situation and may change even by the time this correspondence goes out. We will prepare for the worst case scenario, but hope for the best. We are continuously in contact with the County Health department, which is in contact with local, state and federal officials. As circumstances change, so do our plans. If there is a confirmed case of COVID-19 locally, school closure will likely be one of the first considerations. We plan to have more information about opportunities and/or expectations of continued learning should a prolonged district closure occur. Our commitment at this time is to the safety and wellbeing of all Lebanon CUSD#9 students and staff. Regarding field trips, extracurricular and curricular activities, we will make decisions based on the risk of exposure for our students and staff. If it becomes evident that participation increases the risk of exposure, we will suspend or cancel as needed. We certainly respect parents’ decisions should they desire to opt out of any activities at this time. As this situation continues to be fluid, we will be exploring options to meet students’ individual needs to ensure a continuity of education. Best regards, Mr. Keeney
Chem 1 using inquiry to explore solubility!
The end of third quarter is this Friday, March 13, 2020. Report cards will come home with students on Wednesday, March 18, 2020. Do you know that you can log-in and see your student's grades on Information Now?
The Lebanon Band Presents: POP and PIZZA Concert Tonight - March 9, 2020 Dinner 6:00 p.m. - Concert 7:00 p.m. We will also be selling raffle tickets for baskets and other fun prizes. Pop, Pizza, Chicken Taco Soup and Root Beer Floats are on the menu - Prices range from .50 cents to $1.50 - please help support our band! We are raising funds for our next trip! See you there!
Mrs. Clemens and our third graders are very excited to receive some amazing new books through a Donors Choose grant she wrote.
Kindergarten field trip to McKendree’s Hett to watch “Rainbow Fish”
Congrats to Colin Berry for placing 2nd in Engineering Graphics and Bridget Sampson for placing 2nd in English at the Academic Challenge Sectionals today at SWIC! They both advance to state on April 20th!
Reminder...Blood Drive tomorrow, Friday, March 6th 9:00am-2:00pm in the High School Gym. Walk-ins welcome!
The group minus 1!
LJHHS Induction 2020
Call, go online, or walk in for Friday's blood drive! See the picture!
Early dismissal notice
McKendree University visited today to celebrate Dr. Seuss! We read Bartholomew and the Oobleck and then made oobleck!
Our Title team is getting ready for Thursday night. Activities start at 6 pm.
We were so happy to have McKendree University students help us celebrate Read Across America. The event is designed to encourage reading.
Here's a link to our Facebook live recording with Superintendent Keeney and Mrs. Thole, our Title I director. Family Reading Night is Thursday, 3/5 6 - 7:45 at LES (Sponsored by our awesome Title I team📖📚) https://www.facebook.com/lebanoncusd9/videos/1471972046313835/
After learning about each instrument and their family students get hands on experience.
After learning about each instrument and their family, students get hands on experience.
The Student Council put on a fun Sadie Hawkins dance. Here are some pictures of our amazing students cleaning up at the end of the night. Greyhound proud!