Josiah Munton
Additional Hoopville tryouts tomorrow in the Elementary Gym:
about 2 hours ago, Josiah Munton
Jeannette Schorfheide
Good evening! This is a reminder that juniors are taking the SAT on Tuesday. Please be at school by 7:50 AM at the latest, testing will start promptly at 8:00 AM. Cellular devices and smart watches will NOT be allowed to be powered on or on the person during the test. Calculators must be provided by the student as well. Juniors and 8th graders will also take the Illinois Science Assessment on Thursday starting promptly at 8:00 AM. Questions can be directed to my email at jschorfheide@lcusd9.org.
1 day ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Kendra Kashycke
Mrs. Kashycke’s Art History class learned about the famous Native American potter, Maria Martinez. They tried their hand at some ceramics to appreciate her skill and craftsmanship.
3 days ago, Kendra Kashycke
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Friday, April 9th, 2021 Attention High School Bowlers: The following students need to turn in their bowling uniform to Penni Liebig this week: Tyler Joshu Rodi Stender Logan Wilson Josh Layman Lauren Magnussen Alexis Gandy PROM DETAILS Date: May 15, 2021 Time: 5pm-7:30pm, doors open at 4:30pm Location: Jr. High Parking Lot Tent **SEMI-FORMAL ATTIRE** Tickets: $20/person Tickets on sale from April 19th through April 30 Outside guest forms are due no later than April 30 at 1pm Tickets and outside guest forms will be located in the Superintendent’s office. Our school has registered to participate in the USAgain Earth Month Challenge National clothes and shoes collection contest. DONATE! Illinois Mathematics & Science Academy (IMSA) is looking for volunteers to serve as Group Leaders to assist with programs. For more info, please visit Mrs. Venhaus in the library CALENDAR: April 9- Volleyball vs. FBA April 13- Soccer vs. Mater Dei & Volleyball vs. Dupo April 16- 4th Quarter Midterms April 30- Senior Recognition Form Due Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
4 days ago, Nikki Waters
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Thursday, April 8th, 2021 Attention High School Bowlers: The following students need to turn in their bowling uniform to Penni Liebig this week: Kylee Skinner Tyler Joshu Rodi Stender Logan Wilson Josh Layman Lauren Magnussen Alexis Gandy Attention high school boys baseball players: Practices have started! There's still time to join the team. Come on out! PROM DETAILS Date: May 15, 2021 Time: 5pm-7:30pm, doors open at 4:30pm Location: Jr. High Parking Lot Tent **SEMI-FORMAL ATTIRE** Tickets: $20/person Tickets on sale from April 19th through April 30 Outside guest forms are due no later than April 30 at 1pm Tickets and outside guest forms will be located in the Superintendent’s office. Our school has registered to participate in the USAgain Earth Month Challenge National clothes and shoes collection contest. Lets see what our LCUSD family can do! Every action helps! Illinois Mathematics & Science Academy (IMSA) is looking for volunteers to serve as Group Leaders to assist with programs. The programs are open to all students and will be held at BelleValley School, during the weeks of July 12 and July 19, 8:30am to 3pm. For more info, please visit Mrs. Venhaus in the library CALENDAR: April 8- Soccer vs. Wesclin April 9- Volleyball vs. FBA April 16- 4th Quarter Midterms Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
5 days ago, Nikki Waters
Jeannette Schorfheide
Good evening, this message is to clarify some confusion about the junior high testing. Students who are remote learners are not required to take the test this year. We understand there are many reasons families have chosen remote learning and would not add that stress to them. As stated in a previous post we hope they will attend but in no way are requiring remote students to attend for testing. Have a great rest of the week!
5 days ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Amy Venhaus
Check out what happens when you combine STEM and music! The 4th graders are creating original songs and playing them using glass jars with varying amounts of colored water and spoons. Stay tuned next week for a video showcasing their creative abilities.
5 days ago, Amy Venhaus
Donna Wood
Under the direction of Mrs. Derber, many Jr. and Sr. High school students have spent the past month following the 2021 March Mammal Madness competition put on by Arizona State University. Inspired by (but in no way affiliated with or representing) the NCAA College Basketball March Madness Championship Tournament, March Mammal Madness is an annual tournament of "simulated" combat competition among animals. Students enjoyed selecting their winning animal by researching and completing a bracket, watching the competition recaps after the battles, and for several, earning their bragging rights for the winning animal, the Red Kangaroo.
5 days ago, Donna Wood
Jasen Foster
District #9 Families, Meal pick-up is today from 8:45-10:15 AM at LHS and LES. We will also have a meal pick up at Summerfield Firehouse from 5:00-6:00 PM. Feel free to contact the school cafeteria if you have specific questions. Thank you. Have a great day!
6 days ago, Jasen Foster
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Wednesday, April 7th, 2021 Attention High School Bowlers: The following students need to turn in their bowling uniform to Penni Liebig this week: Kylee Skinner Tyler Joshu William Nordmann Rodi Stender Logan Wilson Josh Layman Lauren Magnussen Alexis Gandy Attention high school boys baseball players: Practices have started! There's still time to join the team. Come on out! PROM DETAILS Date: May 15, 2021 Time: 5pm-7:30pm, doors open at 4:30pm Location: Jr. High Parking Lot Tent **SEMI-FORMAL ATTIRE** Tickets: $20/person Tickets on sale from April 19th through April 30 Outside guest forms are due no later than April 30 at 1pm Tickets and outside guest forms will be located in the Superintendent’s office. Our school has registered to participate in the USAgain Earth Month Challenge National clothes and shoes collection contest. Let’s see what our LCUSD family can do! Every action helps! Not only can we do our part to help our planet but we could also win the top prize ($1,500). Contest dates: April 1st - April 30th. The ten (10) top collecting schools win cash prizes. Donation drop box located in the north parking lot by the gym. Illinois Mathematics & Science Academy (IMSA) is holding in person STEM programs for rising 3rd-8th graders. The programs are open to all students and will be held at BelleValley School, during the weeks of July 12 and July 19, 8:30am to 3pm.IMSA is looking for volunteers to serve as Group Leaders to assist with each of the following programs: • Makey Lab (grades 3-4) • CSIMSA (grades 5-6) • Gold Medal STEM (grades 7-8) For more info, please visit Mrs. Venhaus in the library CALENDAR: April 7- Volleyball vs. Valmeyer April 8- Soccer vs. Wesclin April 9- Volleyball vs. FBA Volleyball vs. Maryville Christian Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
6 days ago, Nikki Waters
Jeannette Schorfheide
Junior high students should bring their own ear pods or ear buds for testing if they have them. We will start testing right away so please be at school by 8:00am.
6 days ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Josiah Munton
Attention high school baseball players: there is no practice today. Practice will resume tomorrow at 5pm.
6 days ago, Josiah Munton
Jeannette Schorfheide
Junior high students need their Chromebooks fully charged each day for testing.
6 days ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Tuesday, April 6th, 2021 Attention High School Bowlers: The following students need to turn in their bowling uniform to Penni Liebig this week: Kylee Skinner Tyler Joshu William Nordmann Rodi Stender Logan Wilson Josh Layman Lauren Magnussen Alexis Gandy Attention high school boys baseball players: Practices have started! There's still time to join the team. Come on! ATTENTION! Any 6-12th graders interested in competing in track and field, contact Mr. Richter at the grade school for more info. brichter@lcusd9.org Join the TEAM! Our school has registered to participate in the USAgain Earth Month Challenge National clothes and shoes collection contest. It is a great opportunity for our school as we can increase our quarterly earnings from the program, take this action in support of Earth Day and get competitive to win one of the national cash prizes that are being awarded to the schools that collect most during the 30-day push! Please bring any shoes and clothing items you wish to donate to the donation box located on the North side parking lot by the HS gym. Lets see what our LCUSD family can do! Every action helps! Not only can we do our part to help our planet but we could also win the top prize ($1,500) which could go a long way to meet our needs. Contest dates: April 1st - April 30th The ten (10) top collecting schools win cash prizes. CALENDAR: April 6- Soccer vs. Valmeyer April 7- Volleyball vs. Valmeyer April 8- Soccer vs. Wesclin Volleyball vs. Maryville Christian Jr. High Girls Basketball- GOOD LUCK AT THE CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT! Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
7 days ago, Nikki Waters
Jasen Foster
Hoopville tryouts tomorrow!
7 days ago, Jasen Foster
Jeannette Schorfheide
Good evening, this is a reminder that the junior high will participate in the State of Illinois testing, Illinois Assessment for Readiness, this week on Wednesday and Thursday. We hope that our remote students will attend in-person these days for testing as they cannot test from home. Please contact me at jschorfheide@lcusd9.org or 618-537-4423 if you have any questions.
7 days ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Josiah Munton
Hoopville Tuesday:
8 days ago, Josiah Munton
Lisa Hardy
Attention Lebanon Community - help our school win some money! Clean out those closets, empty those drawers, get rid of all the shoes you don't wear! Deposit them into the green/white containers at the school and help LCUSD#9 win some cash and celebrate the EARTH!
10 days ago, Lisa Hardy
Josiah Munton
Additional tryout date for boys interested in Hoopville basketball:
10 days ago, Josiah Munton
Josiah Munton
Attention HS Baseball Players: Practice begins this Monday, April 5th from 5-7pm. Please note the time change, as this will be the weekday practice time until soccer has concluded. Make sure you have a current physical on file, along with all paperwork. Bring a mask and water bottle. Have a great weekend!
10 days ago, Josiah Munton
Jasen Foster
LES Parents, Staff Appreciation week is right around the corner! May 3rd-May 7th Planning is in full swing. Just dropping a note, to give you heads up of what pieces are coming home with your children this week! Tuesday - April 30th: Each child at LES will be sent home with a letter that outlines the areas in which LES Parents can lend a hand through Cash Donations and/or providing a Gift Basket. Cash donations can be sent back to school with your child in the envelope that we provide, or you can send your donations electronically as well. Venmo: @LebanonElementary-PTO PayPal: lesilpto@gmail.com If you’d like to donate a Gift Basket, there is a SignUpGenius form and it can be accessed by clicking the link below. Thank you for your support! The teachers of LES are truly amazing and we are excited to “Thank YOU for Being a Part of OUR Story!” SignUpGenius LINK: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050D44A5A623A6FC1-teacher Please look up and follow our PTO Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2729833700660156 Thank you.
12 days ago, Jasen Foster
Donna Wood
Did you know that the study of stamps is called philately? Mr. Stark's fourth graders are working on a geography project with stamps.
12 days ago, Donna Wood
Lisa Hardy
Attention Lebanon Community - DONATE DONATE DONATE! Lebanon CUSD #9 has registered to participate in the USAgain Earth Month Challenge National clothes and shoes collection contest. It is a great opportunity for our school as we can increase our quarterly earnings from the program, take this action in support of Earth Day and get competitive to win one of the national cash prizes that are being awarded to the schools that collect most during the 30-day push! Our planet has finite resources and cannot support the linear consumption model that is extracting virgin resources to manufacture products that are only used once or twice before they are land-filled or incinerated. Instead, we need to encourage reuse and by hosting a TreeMachine on campus we are taking another step in that direction. USAgain plants a tree every time the bin is filled, which is the reason they refer to the bin on our campus as a TreeMachine! Everyone is encouraged to participate. Together we can encourage a circular economy where products are reused to conserve limited resources. Every action helps! Not only can we do our part to help plant trees but also win the top prize which could go a long way to meet our needs. Contest dates: April 1st - April 30th The ten (10) top collecting schools win cash prizes. .
12 days ago, Lisa Hardy
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Wednesday, March 31st, 2021 Attention high school boys baseball players: Practices begin April 5. We are looking for a few more boys to fill the team. If you did not make the meeting but are interested, please let Mr. Munton know- let's make this season happen! ATTENTION! Any 6-12th graders interested in competing in track and field, contact Mr. Richter at the grade school for more info. brichter@lcusd9.org Join the TEAM! Our school has registered to participate in the USAgain Earth Month Challenge National clothes and shoes collection contest. It is a great opportunity for our school as we can increase our quarterly earnings from the program, take this action in support of Earth Day and get competitive to win one of the national cash prizes that are being awarded to the schools that collect most during the 30-day push! Please bring any shoes and clothing items you wish to donate to the donation box located on the North side parking lot by the HS gym. Lets see what our LCUSD family can do! Every action helps! Not only can we do our part to help our planet but we could also win the top prize ($1,500) which could go a long way to meet our needs. Contest dates: April 1st - April 30th. The ten (10) top collecting schools win cash prizes. CALENDAR: TODAY, March 31- Soccer vs. Central Thursday, April 1- Volleyball vs. Marissa April 1-5 Easter Break April 6- Soccer vs. Valmeyer Jr. High Girls Basketball- GOOD LUCK AT THE CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT NEXT WEEK! Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
13 days ago, Nikki Waters
Jasen Foster
District #9 Families, This is notification that meal pick up will still take place tomorrow and will continue to be on Wednesdays throughout the remainder of the school year. But the window for pick-up has been changed. The pick-up time will now be from 8:45-10:15 AM at LHS and LES. We will also have a meal pick up at Summerfield Firehouse from 5:00-6:00 PM. Feel free to contact the school cafeteria if you have specific questions. Thank you. Have a great day!
13 days ago, Jasen Foster
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Tuesday, March 30th, 2021 This day in history: March is women’s history month. The Junior High Honor Society has collected over 500 canned food items to donate to the Lebanon Food Pantry! Thank you to everyone that donated, we couldn't have done this without you. Prizes will be sent out next week! Congrats to Emilia Morales this year’s Illinois Principals Association Student of the Year! Congrats! Attention high school boys baseball players: Practices begin April 5. We are looking for a few more boys to fill the team. If you did not make the meeting but are interested, please let Mr. Munton know- let's make this season happen! Ecology Club: Attention Ecology Club Students: There will be an ecology club meeting on Tuesday, March 30th at 1:00 in Ms. Feist's room. If you cannot attend, please content Ms. Feist. ATTENTION! Any 6-12th graders interested in competing in track and field, contact Mr. Richter at the grade school for more info. brichter@lcusd9.org Join the TEAM! CALENDAR: Tuesday, March 30- Girls Basketball vs. Bartelso Volleyball vs. Red Bud Wednesday, March 31- Soccer vs. Central Thursday, April 1- Volleyball vs. Marissa April 1-5 Easter Break Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
14 days ago, Nikki Waters
Jeff Teasley
Attention Lebanon Parents! We need your help! Please take a few minutes TONIGHT to go online and fill our the IL 5 Essential Survey. This survey will allow you to share your thoughts on the important elements of school effectiveness in a survey about your child's school. We need at least 20% of Lebanon School District parents to complete this survey in order for a parent supplement report to be generated. Right now we are still below that mark. Your participation in the parent portion of the survey will help us understand the conditions at your child's school and guide improvement. Your identity and survey responses will be kept completely confidential and will never be connected to you or your child. The Parent Survey Supplement can be completed up until April 2nd. To take the survey please visit https://survey.5-essentials.org/Illinois/ and select the appropriate survey to begin.
14 days ago, Jeff Teasley
Josiah Munton
6th-12th grade boys interested in Hoopville basketball: If you missed tryouts yesterday, tonight there will be a tryout for you in the HIGH SCHOOL gym- 7:00-7:45pm: 6th-8th grade Skill & Drills 7:45-9:00pm: 9th-12th Skills, Drills, & Open Run
14 days ago, Josiah Munton
Jasen Foster
Good Morning LES Families. I need to send out a reminder about the safety protocols and procedures for our drop-off and pick-up times. As we have added more students and families, we understand that the wait time in the lines are going to increase a bit. I know that the increased waiting time will be somewhat of an inconvenience for you all. But please understand that the security and safety of all the students of LES is my number one priority and concern at all times. I am asking you all to please refrain from any activities that could possibly cause harm to other drivers, yourself, my staff members, and most of all, my students. Please refrain from: -Releasing students while in the line before your vehicle is in between the 2 orange cones. -Pulling out of the line and around other vehicles that are still in the line. Allow a staff member to wave you forward and around if there is a hold-up in front of you. -Talking on hand-held devices. -Picking up your student at the back door if they will be walking. Let me know if you have any questions. Thank you.
14 days ago, Jasen Foster
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Monday, March 29th, 2021 This day in history: 1974 Chinese farmers discover the Terracotta Army. 8,000 clay warrior statues were buried to guard the tomb of China's 1st emperor. March is women’s history month. Check out this cool video! The Junior High Honor Society has collected over 500 canned food items to donate to the Lebanon Food Pantry! Thank you to everyone that donated, we couldn't have done this without you. Prizes will be sent out next week! Congrats to Emilia Morales this year’s Illinois Principals Association Student of the Year! Congrats! Attention high school boys baseball players: Practices begin April 5. We are looking for a few more boys to fill the team. If you did not make the meeting but are interested, please let Mr. Munton know- let's make this season happen! Ecology Club: Anyone interested in joining the Ecology Club, please sign up at Ms. Feist’s Classroom. We Need You! ATTENTION! Any 6-12th graders interested in competing in track and field, contact Mr. Richter at the grade school for more info. brichter@lcusd9.org Join the TEAM! Attention BOYS BASKETBALL PLAYERS: LHS is the new home of the Hoopville athletic program. Tryouts for Jr. High boys is Sunday, March 28th from 12-1:30 in the HS gym. HS boys, your tryouts are from 2-3:30. Attention JUNIORS: If you are interested in being a member of the morning announcement crew. Stop by the library ASAP for more information. CALENDAR: Monday, March 29- Girls basketball vs. Albers Soccer vs. East Alton-Wood River Tuesday, March 30- Girls Basketball vs. Bartelso Volleyball vs. Red Bud Wednesday, March 31- Soccer vs. Central April 1-5 Easter Break Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
15 days ago, Nikki Waters
Jeannette Schorfheide
Reminder to juniors who are remote learners: from 1:15-3:00 today you will complete the pretest paperwork for the SAT in the high school commons.
15 days ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeff Teasley
This is a reminder about the Illinois 5Essentials Survey. This opportunity will allow you to share your thoughts on the important elements of school effectiveness in a survey about your child's school. We need at least 20% of Lebanon School District parents to complete this survey in order for a parent supplement report to be generated. The parent data will not be reported on the State Report Card. Your participation in the parent portion of the survey will help us understand the conditions at your child's school and guide improvement. Your identity and survey responses will be kept completely confidential and will never be connected to you or your child. The Parent Survey Supplement can be completed up until April 2nd. To take the survey please visit https://survey.5-essentials.org/Illinois/ and select the appropriate survey to begin.
17 days ago, Jeff Teasley
Jasen Foster
Greetings LES Families! We have made it through another week and Spring Break is upon the horizon! Spring Break will be Thursday, April 1st through Monday, April 5th. Next week only being a three day work week for your students before that five day break. Also, remember that in-person instruction will take place on all three days next week, Monday through Wednesday. This will be the first Wednesday of this '20-21 school year where students will be in-person. The staff is very excited about moving onto this next phase, bringing us even closer to normalcy of a regular school year. That said, we would like to have a special dress day on Wednesday. We will call it "Zoom Day" dress. Dress business/ professional up top, relaxed/comfy/pajamas on the bottom! Not to be confused with the Joe Dirt mullet, "Business on the top, party in the back!" Can't wait to see everybody's Zoom meeting outfits! Have a great weekend! Thank you, parents, for all that you do for LES and for being stakeholders that have an active role in the educational careers of your children!
17 days ago, Jasen Foster
Jeff Teasley
This is a great opportunity for our Lebanon students who enjoy basketball and want to improve their skills! This program is directed by our Junior High Boys Basketball Coach Jamar Hemphill.
17 days ago, Jeff Teasley
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Friday, March 26th, 2021 This day in history: 1953 Dr Jonas Salk announces that he has successfully tested a vaccine to prevent polio, clinical trials began the next year On Saturday, Daniel Zeeb and the girl's bowling team competed in the State Tournament. Daniel medaled, finishing 9th, best finish by a Lebanon Jr high boy bowler in the past 5 years. The Jr High girls placed 5th with Lynn Shirley earning 15th place medal and Neela Missey bowled a final game 213 to become the 2021 SIJHSAA Girls Bowling STATE CHAMP! It's a great day to be a greyhound! Ecology Club: Anyone interested in joining the Ecology Club, please sign up at Ms. Feist’s Classroom. We Need You! ATTENTION! Any 6-12th graders interested in competing in track and field, contact Mr. Richter at the grade school for more info. brichter@lcusd9.org Join the TEAM! Attention BOYS BASKETBALL PLAYERS: LHS is the new home of the Hoopville athletic program. Tryouts for Jr. High boys is Sunday, March 28th from 12-1:30 in the HS gym. HS boys, your tryouts are from 2-3:30. Attention JUNIORS: If you are interested in being a member of the morning announcement crew. Stop by the library ASAP for more information. CALENDAR: Friday, March 26- Soccer vs. Maryville Christian Monday, March 29- Girls basketball vs. Albers Soccer vs. East Alton-Wood River April 1-5 Easter Break Joke of the day: Why did the golfer wear 2 pairs of pants? In case he got a hole in one Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
18 days ago, Nikki Waters
Josiah Munton
Congratulations to Senior Chase White for making the 2021 Cahokia Conference All-Conference Team!
18 days ago, Josiah Munton
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Thursday, March 25th, 2021 This day in history: 2019 NASA cancels a planned historic all-female spacewalk because it doesn't have enough space suits to fit women On Saturday, Daniel Zeeb and the girl's bowling team competed in the State Tournament. Daniel medaled, finishing 9th, best finish by a Lebanon Jr high boy bowler in the past 5 years. The Jr High girls placed 5th with Lynn Shirley earning 15th place medal and Neela Missey bowled a final game 213 to become the 2021 SIJHSAA Girls Bowling STATE CHAMP! It's a great day to be a greyhound! Ecology Club: Anyone interested in joining the Ecology Club, please sign up at Ms. Feist’s Classroom. We Need You! Attention Athletes:High school track MEETING TODAY: 6pm in the HS Commons ATTENTION! Any 6-8th graders interested in competing in track and field, contact Mr. Richter at the grade school for more info. brichter@lcusd9.org Join the TEAM! Interested in joining the jr. high bowling team? Contact Mr. Stark! Players are NEEDED Attention BOYS BASKETBALL PLAYERS: LHS is the new home of the Hoopville athletic program. Tryouts for Jr. High boys is Sunday, March 28th from 12-1:30 in the HS gym. HS boys, your tryouts are from 2-3:30. Attention JUNIORS: If you are interested in being a member of the morning announcement crew. Stop by the library ASAP for more information. CALENDAR: Thursday, March 25- Volleyball vs. Steeleville Girls basketball vs. Breese Elementary Friday, March 26- Soccer vs. Maryville Christian April 1- Easter Break begins Joke of the day: How do you keep a bull from charging? Cancel his credit card Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
19 days ago, Nikki Waters
Jasen Foster
Parents, this is a reminder about the Illinois 5Essentials Survey for you all. This opportunity will allow you to share your thoughts on the important elements of school effectiveness in a survey about your child’s school. We need at least 20% of Lebanon School District parents to complete this survey in order for a parent supplement report to be generated. The parent data will not be reported on the State Report Card. Your participation in the parent portion of the survey will help us understand the conditions at your child’s school and guide improvement. Your identity and survey responses will be kept completely confidential and will never be connected to you or your child. The Parent Survey Supplement can be completed up until April 2nd. To take the survey please visit https://survey.5-essentials.org/Illinois/ and select the appropriate survey to begin.
20 days ago, Jasen Foster
Jasen Foster
Just a friendly reminder that meal pick up is today until 11:00am at LHS and LES. We will also have a meal pick up at Summerfield Firehouse from 9:00-10:00am. Have a great day!
20 days ago, Jasen Foster
Jasen Foster
This is a reminder about Kindergarten Registration Night tonight at 6:00-7:00. We will meet in the LES gymnasium. Parents, this event is for adults only. Please leave the little ones at home. Thank you for respecting this request. See you soon!
20 days ago, Jasen Foster
Donna Wood
Congratulations to our LES Employees of the Month—Nedra Godwin, Leslie Stief, Mary Cornell, and Hailey Wiggs! Thanks for all you do for our school.
21 days ago, Donna Wood
Amy Venhaus
Congratulations to the LJHS/ LHS Employees of the Month! Thank you for your hard work and dedication. We appreciate you!
21 days ago, Amy Venhaus
Jeannette Schorfheide
Juniors: Those of you who are remote will meet with me in the commons on March 29 at 1:15, NOT today.
21 days ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeff Teasley
Congratulations to our our Lebanon Junior High bowlers who competed on Saturday at the State Bowling Finals! Daniel Zeeb finished 9th in the state for Junior High Boys Bowling! The Jr High Girls Bowling Team placed 5th at state! Lynn Shirley finished 15th place overall, and Neela Missey bowled a final game 213 to become the 2021 SIJHSAA Girls Bowling STATE CHAMPION!
21 days ago, Jeff Teasley
Jeff Teasley
Good morning! Please read the following information regarding upcoming State of IL testing dates/times for all LHS/LJHS students: On April 7th and 8th, ALL 6th-8th grade students will be taking the IAR test. Testing on April 7th will take place from 8:00-12:00. Testing on April 8th will take place from 8:00-10:45. On April 13th, ALL juniors will take the SAT from 8:00-12:00. Attention to all juniors who are remote learners...Mrs. Schorfheide will be hosting the SAT registration in the LHS Commons from 1:15-3:00. You need to be here for this registration event. On April 15, ALL juniors and 8th graders will be taking the ISA Test from 8:00-10:30. Contact the office if you have any questions.
22 days ago, Jeff Teasley
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Monday, March 22nd, 2021 This day in history: 1622 First American Indian (Powhatan) massacre of Europeans in Jamestown Virginia, 347 killed March is Women's History Month: Check out this cool video clip to learn more. Ecology Club News The Ecology Club provides opportunities for students concerned about environmental issues. Members participate in various activities, including cleaning up the highway, planting trees, recycling and educating others about environmental issues. Anyone interested in joining the Ecology Club, please sign up at Ms. Feist’s Classroom. We Need You! Attention Athletes: Upcoming informational meetings: High school baseball/softball: 6pm Tuesday, March 23 in the HS Commons High school track: 6pm Thursday, March 25 in the HS Commons Interested in joining the jr. high bowling team? Contact Mr. Stark! Players are NEEDED Attention BOYS BASKETBALL PLAYERS: LHS is the new home of the Hoopville athletic program. Tryouts for Jr. High boys is Sunday, March 28th from 12-1:30 in the HS gym. HS boys, your tryouts are from 2-3:30. Come check out this great program and join a successful team! Hoopville girls’ team information will be released next week. Stay tuned! Attention JUNIORS: If you are interested in being a member of the morning announcement crew. Stop by the library ASAP for more information. CALENDAR: Monday, March 22- Girls Basketball vs Aviston Boys soccer vs. Wesclin Girls Softball vs. Mascoutah Volleyball vs. New Athens Tuesday, March 23- Volleyball vs Maryville Girls basketball vs. Carlyle Wed. March 24- Soccer vs. Columbia Joke of the day: What do you call a droid that takes the long way around? R2 detour. Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
22 days ago, Nikki Waters
Donna Wood
Wrapping up another great week of learning at LCUSD #9.
24 days ago, Donna Wood
Josiah Munton
Attention 6th-8th graders: Track and Field has started, but it's not too late to join! The next practice is Monday, March 22 from 3:15-4:30. A current physical and all sports forms are required to participate.
24 days ago, Josiah Munton
Amy Venhaus
We have the Friday BLUES! Thanks for participating and making this week so much fun! We love our LES family. 💙🐾💙
24 days ago, Amy Venhaus
Jasen Foster
Diaper Drive in Lebanon tomorrow!
25 days ago, Jasen Foster
Jasen Foster
Disctrict #9 Families, This is a reminder that today is an early dismissal day for the students. They will be released at 11:00 AM at LES and 11:15 at LJHS/LHS. Scheduled parent-teacher conferences will go from 12:15-2:45. Thank you. Have a great weekend!
25 days ago, Jasen Foster
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Friday, March 19th, 2021 This day in history: 1991 St Louis Blues Brett Hull is 3rd NHLer to score 80 goals in a season March is Women's History Month: Check out this cool video clip to learn more. Ecology Club News The Ecology Club provides opportunities for students concerned about environmental issues. Members participate in various activities, including cleaning up the highway, planting trees, recycling and educating others about environmental issues. Anyone interested in joining the Ecology Club, please sign up at Ms. Feist’s Classroom. We Need You! Interested in joining the jr. high bowling team? Contact Mr. Stark! Players are NEEDED Attention BOYS BASKETBALL PLAYERS: LHS is the new home of the Hoopville athletic program. Tryouts for Jr. High boys is Sunday, March 28th from 12-1:30 in the HS gym. HS boys, your tryouts are from 2-3:30. Come check out this great program and join a successful team! Hoopville girls’ team information will be released next week. Stay tuned! Attention HS Baseball players: There will be a Legion baseball meeting at St. Mary’s Parish Center in Trenton on March 21st at 6:30pm for anyone interested in playing summer baseball. You can also contact Pete for more info 618-789-3588. Attention JUNIORS: If you are interested in being a member of the morning announcement crew. Stop by the library ASAP for more information. CALENDAR: TODAY: - 11:15 Dismissal- Parent/Teacher Conferences Volleyball vs. Marissa Monday, March 22- Girls Basketball vs Aviston Boys soccer vs. Wesclin Girls Softball vs. Mascoutah Volleyball vs. New Athens Joke of the day: What did the sushi say to the bee? Wasabee Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
25 days ago, Nikki Waters
Josiah Munton
Upcoming sports informational meetings: High school baseball/softball: 6pm Tuesday, March 23 in the HS Commons High school track: 6pm Thursday, March 25 in the HS Commons
25 days ago, Josiah Munton
Jasen Foster
Greetings All! This is just a reminder about Kindergarten Registration Night that will be taking place next Tuesday, March 23rd at 6:00-7:00 PM in the LES gymnasium. If you know of potential kindergarten students in the community that are not already connected to our platforms, please share and spread the word, and have them contact the school! Thank you.
25 days ago, Jasen Foster
Jeff Teasley
LCUSD 9 is planning to have High School and 8th Grade graduation ceremonies! Both events will be held outdoors. Each graduate will be allowed a limited number of guests in a designated area near the graduation stage. There will be "general admission" areas for other guests who are interested in attending. We will release more information soon. High School Graduation date is set for May 22nd, with alternate "rain" dates set for May 23rd and May 29th. 8th Grade Graduation is set for May 24th, with an alternate date set for May 25th.
26 days ago, Jeff Teasley
Jeff Teasley
LHS is planning to have Prom! Due to restrictions that are currently still in place we are planning to host an outdoor event on our campus on May 15th. We will be limiting invitations to members of the Junior and Senior Class only. We will release more information soon.
26 days ago, Jeff Teasley
Jeff Teasley
Just a reminder that tomorrow is the last day of collection for the LJHS Canned Food Drive sponsored by NJHS.
26 days ago, Jeff Teasley
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Thursday, March 18th, 2021 This day in history: 1881 Barnum & Bailey Circus, travelling as "The Greatest Show on Earth", debuts at (Madison Square Garden, New York City, would last 146 years before closing in 2017 March is Women's History Month: Check out this cool video clip to learn more. Today is Jersey Day! I hope you wore your favorite jersey to school! Parents & Students: All our events are live streamed. Watch on Facebook Live to support our bowling, basketball, and volleyball teams! The Junior High Bowlers competed in the North Regionals on Saturday. The girl's team qualified for States by placing second overall in the team competition and 3 girls earned top 10 individual medals: Lynn Shirley won the competition, Abbie Lands finished 2nd, and Neela Missey finished 7th. The boys team finished 5th and just missed qualifying for the State team finals, but Daniel Zeeb (pronounced Zeb), bowled a 244 in his final game and finished 6th overall and qualified for States as an individual. The Jr. High team is in desperate need of bowlers for next year. Please see Mr. Stark for more information. Attention BOYS BASKETBALL PLAYERS: LHS is the new home of the Hoopville athletic program. Tryouts for Jr. High boys is Sunday, March 28th from 12-1:30 in the HS gym. HS boys, your tryouts are from 2-3:30. Come check out this great program and join a successful team! Hoopville girls’ team information will be released next week. Stay tuned! Attention HS Baseball players: There will be a Legion baseball meeting at St. Mary’s Parish Center in Trenton on March 21st at 6:30pm for anyone interested in playing summer baseball. You can also contact Pete for more info 618-789-3588. Attention JUNIORS: If you are interested in being a member of the morning announcement crew. Stop by the library ASAP for more information. Attention Jr. High Students: the Junior High Honor Society is hosting a canned food drive THIS week (March 15th-March 19th). Students should drop off their canned goods with their 1st hour teacher. Prizes: 1st: Dairy Queen Gift Card 2nd: Hanks bowling game 3rd: Candy bar There will be boxes set up in your homeroom and at Hong Kong Restaurant in town. CALENDAR: TODAY: Girls Basketball vs. Okawville Volleyball vs. Dupo Friday, March 19- 11:15 Dismissal- Parent/Teacher Conferences Volleyball vs. Marissa Joke of the day: What’s the best thing about Switzerland? I don't know, but it’s flag is a big plus. Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
26 days ago, Nikki Waters
Patrick Keeney
Hello School Community Families, we will be adding Wednesdays to our weekly in-person schedule beginning on March 31st. We will keep our current daily time schedule for all 5 days per week. We also wanted to give everyone plenty of time to make arrangements for the weekly schedule change. We appreciate everyone's flexibility as we have journeyed through this difficult school year. We now feel with Covid numbers going down and most of our staff vaccinated that we can maximize in person instructional time. We understand that instruction for our remote learning most likely will be adjusted. Please refer to your building Principal for further details. We will also open up enrollment option period for this adjustment. It has been a difficult year and appreciate everyone’s hard work and understanding to get to this point. Thank you!
27 days ago, Patrick Keeney
Jasen Foster
Just a reminder that March 19th is an 11:00 dismissal day for LES. Parent-Teacher Conferences are scheduled for12:15-2:45 that afternoon. If you are interested in meeting with your student's teacher(s) please contact the office, or email the teacher directly. Teachers have sent out emails to students and parents with directions for how to set up P/T Conferences.
27 days ago, Jasen Foster
Jasen Foster
LES Families, I forgot about Spring Pictures taking place on Thursday. Your child's teacher has communicated about picture day already. Forms, ordering, and everything with this photo session will be done virtually and will be communicated electronically. In lieu of picture day, let's cancel "Yellow Day" on 03/18. We can get it in on another day this year. But "Blue Day" will still happen on Friday! Thank you for all of the participation the past couple of days. It has been awesome to see all of the school spirit that the students and staff members are showing! Have a great day and a Happy St. Patrick's Day tomorrow!
27 days ago, Jasen Foster
Jeff Teasley
Just a reminder that March 19th is an 11:15 dismissal day for LHS/LJHS. Parent-Teacher Conferences are scheduled for12:15-2:45 that afternoon. If you are interested in meeting with your student's teacher(s) please contact the office, or email the teacher directly. Teachers have sent out emails to students and parents with directions for how to set up P/T Conferences.
27 days ago, Jeff Teasley
Amy Venhaus
Today we are wearing GREEN at LES! Check out our festive attire!
27 days ago, Amy Venhaus
Amy Venhaus
Today we are wearing GREEN at LES! Check out our festive attire!
27 days ago, Amy Venhaus
Amy Venhaus
Today we are wearing GREEN at LES! Check out our festive attire!
27 days ago, Amy Venhaus
Jeannette Schorfheide
All high school students have received a Google Form from Mrs. Schorfheide, in Google Classroom, that MUST be completed by April 16, 2021. The information being collected is required by the State of Illinois before a student graduates high school.
27 days ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Amy Venhaus
Spring Fun at LES! Enjoy pictures from PINK day.
28 days ago, Amy Venhaus
Amy Venhaus
Spring Fun at LES! Enjoy pictures from PINK day.
28 days ago, Amy Venhaus
Amy Venhaus
Spring Fun at LES! Enjoy pictures from PINK day.
28 days ago, Amy Venhaus
Josiah Munton
Attention those interested in Junior High Track: There will be an informational meeting for any 6th-8th graders this Wednesday, March 17, at 6pm in the High School commons. Practices will begin Thursday, March 18. All forms and current physicals are required for participation.
28 days ago, Josiah Munton
Jeff Teasley
Reminder that there is a meeting Tuesday at 1:05 in the HS Commons for any students who are interested in becoming Lebanon Fire Dept. Cadets. Members of the LFD will be present to talk to students about the program and the expectations.
29 days ago, Jeff Teasley
Jasen Foster
Purple Pride Friday at LES!
29 days ago, Jasen Foster
Jasen Foster
Purple Pride Friday at LES!
30 days ago, Jasen Foster
Jasen Foster
Purple Pride Friday at LES!
30 days ago, Jasen Foster
Jasen Foster
Purple Pride Friday at LES!
30 days ago, Jasen Foster
Jasen Foster
Dear Parent, Beginning today, students and teachers across Illinois will have an opportunity to participate in the ninth annual statewide Illinois 5Essentials Survey. This survey is designed to generate a detailed picture of the inner workings of your child’s school. As a parent, this opportunity will allow you to share your thoughts on the important elements of school effectiveness in a survey about your child’s school. On behalf of the Illinois State Board of Education, the Illinois 5Essentials Survey will be administered online by UChicago Impact at the University of Chicago. The survey gathers data related to five indicators that can predict important student outcomes, including improved attendance and larger test score gains. These five indicators that affect and predict school success are: · Effective Leaders · Collaborative Teachers · Involved Families · Supportive Environments · Ambitious Instruction Prior research in more than 400 schools has shown that schools that were strong on at least three of these “5Essential” indicators were 10 times more likely to improve student learning gains in math and reading than those that were weak on three or more Essentials. All teachers and 4thth through 12th grade students will be responding to this survey. 5Essentials Reports will be generated for schools if their teachers and/or students meet the response rate threshold of 50 percent. These reports will be sent to schools and districts in May 2021 and will also be included in the State School Report Card. Additionally, your district has chosen to provide the optional Parent Supplement survey. If at least 20 percent of Lebanon Elementary School parents complete this survey, a parent supplement report will also be generated. The parent data will not be reported on the State Report Card. Your participation in the parent portion of the survey will help us understand the conditions at your child’s school and guide improvement. Your identity and survey responses will be kept completely confidential and will never be connected to you or your child. The Illinois 5Essentials Survey for students and teachers will be conducted through April 2, 2021. The Parent Survey Supplement will be conducted during that same timeframe. To take the survey please visit https://survey.5-essentials.org/Illinois/ and select the appropriate survey to begin. For more information about the Illinois 5Essentials Survey, or to view previous years’ Reports, please visit https://www.5-essentials.org/illinois. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact 5Essentials Client Services at 1-866-440-1874 or impact-surveys@uchicago.edu.
about 1 month ago, Jasen Foster
Jeff Teasley
The Illinois 5Essentials Survey for students, parents, and teachers will be conducted until April 2, 2021. The Parent Survey Supplement will be conducted during that same timeframe. To take the survey please visit https://survey.5-essentials.org/Illinois/ and select the appropriate survey to begin. Thank you!
about 1 month ago, Jeff Teasley
Amy Venhaus
Congrats to the LES Students of the Month! Keep up the great work! Kindergarten- Harmony Wright 2nd Grade- Hayden Venhaus 4th Grade- Anissa Laktzian
about 1 month ago, Amy Venhaus
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Friday, March 12th, 2021 This day in history: 2020 NCAA men's basketball tournament is cancelled over concerns of the spread of COVID-19; first time 'March Madness' not held since it began in 1939; women's tournament also cancelled March is Women's History Month: Check out this cool video clip to learn more. Come check out our March book challenge “Do you feel lucky?” Check out a book and draw a coin to see if you win! Everyone is welcome to participate. BOWLING FUNDRAISER! Candy bars on sale now in the office. Attention EVERYONE! Gently used books are now for sale in the library for only $0.25. REMINDER: Please do NOT use cellphones in the hallway or wear hats in the building. Thanks! Parents & Students: All our events are live streamed. Watch on Facebook Live to support our bowling, basketball, and volleyball teams! Congrats to our bowling team! The girls bowling team had a 1018 game. Kyndal Stark had a 602 series and Savannah had a 617 series with a 236/182/199. The boys bowling team had a 1031 game. Willie Nordmann had a 658 series with a 195/267/196. Attention BOYS BASKETBALL PLAYERS: LHS is the new home of the Hoopville athletic program. Tryouts for Jr. High boys is Sunday, March 28th from 12-1:30 in the HS gym. HS boys, your tryouts are from 2-3:30. Come check out this great program and join a successful team! Hoopville girls’ team information will be released next week. Stay tuned! Attention HS Baseball players: There will be a Legion baseball meeting at St. Mary’s Parish Center in Trenton on March 21st at 6:30pm for anyone interested in playing summer baseball. You can also contact Pete for more info 618-789-3588. Attention: There is a Fire Dept. Cadet Meeting on Tuesday, March 16 from 1:05-1:30 in the commons. This is for any students who are interested in becoming Lebanon Fire Dept Cadets. Members of the LFD will be present to talk to them about the program and the expectations. Attention JUNIORS: If you are interested in being a member of the morning announcement crew. Stop by the library ASAP for more information. CALENDAR: TODAY is PURPLE PRIDE FRIDAY! March 13- HS Boys BB vs. Father McGivney Go Greyhounds! March 17- Report cards sent home Joke of the day: What do you call a blind dinosaur? Do-you-think-he-sar-us Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
about 1 month ago, Nikki Waters
Amy Venhaus
Lebanon CUSD #9 is please to announced that we have partnered with Hoopville athletics program for basketball. There will be programs offered for students K-12. More information regarding the K-5 and girls programs will be available shortly. Check out the pictures on this post for tryout information for boys 5th-12th grade. Hope to see you on the court!
about 1 month ago, Amy Venhaus
Jasen Foster
Hoopville Boy's Basketball Tryouts for 5th grade boys!
about 1 month ago, Jasen Foster
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Thursday, March 11th, 2021 This day in history: 1930 - Babe Ruth signed a two-year contract with the New York Yankees for the sum of $80,000. March is Women's History Month: Check out this cool video clip to learn more. Come check out our March book challenge “Do you feel lucky?” Check out a book and draw a coin to see if you win! Everyone is welcome to participate. BOWLING FUNDRAISER! Treat yourself to a sweet snack. Candy bars on sale now in the office. $1.00 each! Attention EVERYONE! Gently used books are now for sale in the library for only $0.25. Come check it out! REMINDER: Please do NOT use cellphones in the hallway or wear hats in the building. Thanks! Parents & Students: All our events are live streamed. Watch on Facebook Live to support our bowling, basketball, and volleyball teams! CALENDAR: Good Luck at Regionals JrH boys basketball players! March 11- HS Boys BB vs. Valmeyer Bowling vs. Granite City JrH Girls BB vs. Germantown March 13- HS Boys BB vs. Father McGivney Go Greyhounds! March 17- Report cards sent home Joke of the day: Why does a milking stool only have 3 legs? Because the cow has the udder. Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
about 1 month ago, Nikki Waters
Jasen Foster
LES Families & Staff, I know that spring is not officially here yet, but I'm in spring mode already! Let's put on our colors for the next few days: Friday 03/12- Purple Pride Friday Monday 03/15- Pink Tuesday 03/16- Green Thursday 03/18- Yellow Friday 03/19- Blue Can't wait to see all of the colorful outfits! Have a great day! Thanks.
about 1 month ago, Jasen Foster
Jasen Foster
Just a friendly reminder that meal pick up is today until 11:00am at LHS and LES. We will also have a meal pick up at Summerfield Firehouse from 9:00-10:00am. Have a great day!
about 1 month ago, Jasen Foster
Patrick Keeney
LCUSD #9 school community, As Covid numbers are moving in the right direction and vaccinations are in full go, we are currently looking at adding student in person time on Wednesdays. We know that there are several obstacles and challenges to balance in person instruction and continue to provide good remote instruction for our students. We are looking at resources to help us make this transition. Our 5 day student attendance plan will most likely have a similar daily schedule. We feel that now with many vaccinated and Covid numbers moving in a better direction that we could now maximize instruction time. We are still working out a few details and will take time to finalize decisions, while giving our school community time to plan. Please remain flexible as we look at options. We will communicate changes very soon. Thank you for your support.
about 1 month ago, Patrick Keeney
Jeannette Schorfheide
Seniors and Parents/Guardians: The Lion's Club, Garnett/Dressel, LEF, Rotary, Jason Martin, and Blake Wood Scholarship forms have been pushed out to all seniors in Google Classroom Class of 2021 as of the this morning.
about 1 month ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Tuesday, March 9th, 2021 This day in history: 1864 Ulysses S. Grant is appointed commander of Union Army March is Women's History Month: Check out this cool video clip to learn more. Come check out our March book challenge “Do you feel lucky?” Check out a book and draw a coin to see if you win! Everyone is welcome to participate. BOWLING FUNDRAISER! Treat yourself to a sweet snack. Candy bars on sale now in the office. $1.00 each! Attention EVERYONE! Gently used books are now for sale in the library for only $0.25. Come check it out! REMINDER: Please do NOT use cellphones in the hallway or wear hats in the building. Thanks! Parents & Students: All our events are live streamed. Watch on Facebook Live to support our bowling, basketball, and volleyball teams! CALENDAR: Good Luck at Regionals JrH boys basketball players! March 9- HS boys BB vs. Marissa March 11- HS Boys BB vs. Valmeyer Bowling vs. Granite City JrH Girls BB vs. Germantown Go Greyhounds! March 17- Report cards sent home Joke of the day: Did you hear the rumor about butter? Never mind. I won't spread it. Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
about 1 month ago, Nikki Waters
Jeff Teasley
Just a reminder that if you would like your student(s) to remain a remote learner for the 4th quarter, please fill out the form attached for each student. Tomorrow is the last day to complete the form. If you have not filled out the form, we will expect to see your Lebanon Greyhound in class on March 15th. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfDZxgQADxbQ1C5lyjRiMWs9KjoOLOcL-85etAQnF6W63RUEA/viewform
about 1 month ago, Jeff Teasley
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Monday, March 8th, 2021 This day in history: 2019 US national women's soccer team sue for equal pay by filing a federal gender discrimination lawsuit against United States Soccer Federation March is Women's History Month: Check out this cool video clip to learn more. Come check out our March book challenge “Do you feel lucky?” Check out a book and draw a coin to see if you win! Everyone is welcome to participate. BOWLING FUNDRAISER! Treat yourself to a sweet snack. Candy bars on sale now in the office. $1.00 each! Attention EVERYONE! Gently used books are now for sale in the library for only $0.25. Come check it out! REMINDER: Please do NOT use cellphones in the hallway or wear hats in the building. Thanks! Parents & Students: All our events are live streamed. Watch on Facebook Live to support our bowling, basketball, and volleyball teams! CALENDAR: Good Luck at Regionals JrH boys basketball players! March 9- HS boys BB vs. Marissa March 11- HS Bowling vs. Granite City JrH Girls Basketball vs. Germantown HS Boys Basketball vs. Valmeyer Go Greyhounds! March 17- Report cards sent home Joke of the day: Why did the scarecrow win an award? Because he was outstanding in his field. Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
about 1 month ago, Nikki Waters
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Friday, March 5th, 2021 This day in history: 1770 Boston Massacre: British soldiers kill 5 men in a crowd throwing snowballs, stones and sticks at them. March is Women's History Month: Check out this cool video clip to learn more. Come check out our March book challenge “Do you feel lucky?” Check out a book and draw a coin to see if you win! Everyone is welcome to participate. BOWLING FUNDRAISER! Treat yourself to a sweet snack. Candy bars on sale now in the office. $1.00 each! Attention: McKendree is hosting a blood drive in the intramural gym Tuesday, April 6th from 4-7pm. Masks and an appointment are required.To make an appointment visit www.bloodcenter.org and enter code 11214. All donors will receive socks or a gift card! Attention EVERYONE! Gently used books are now for sale in the library for only $0.25. Come check it out! REMINDER: Please do NOT use cellphones in the hallway or wear hats in the building. Thanks! Parents & Students: All our events are live streamed. Watch on Facebook Live to support our bowling, basketball, and volleyball teams! CALENDAR: Friday, March 5 - Boys HS Bowling Elimination Shootout @ WestPark - Bus @ 12:45p.m. Saturday, March 6 - Girls HS Bowling Elimination Shootout @ St Clair - Bus @ 11:00a.m. Boys Basketball @ New Athens Joke of the day: What do you call a pig that does karate? A pork chop! Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
about 1 month ago, Nikki Waters
Donna Wood
Dear LCUSD 9 families please share this information with district families regarding our kindergarten registration for the. 21-22 school year. Welcome class of 2034!!
about 1 month ago, Donna Wood
Jasen Foster
Good Morning LES Families! This is a reminder that the LES Family Reading Night will take place this evening from 6:00-7:00 PM. It will be a drive-thru format like the Holiday Hot Cocoa event was back in December. Parents, if you take any pictures while riding through this evening and would like to share, please send them to photos@lcusd9.org. If you have any questions before this afternoon, feel free to contact the LES main office. See you tonight! Thank you!
about 1 month ago, Jasen Foster
Jeff Teasley
Attached is the Remote Learning List Sign-up Sheet for 4th Quarter. If you intend for your Lebanon Greyhound to remain a remote learner for the remainder of the school year you please fill out the sheet before noon on Tuesday, March 9th. If you have multiple students who you intend to have on the remote list, please fill the form out for each student individually. As a reminder, 4th Quarter begins on March 15th. Thank You! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfDZxgQADxbQ1C5lyjRiMWs9KjoOLOcL-85etAQnF6W63RUEA/viewform
about 1 month ago, Jeff Teasley
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! PLEASE STAND FOR THE PLEDGE Today is Thursday, March 4nd, 2021 This day in history: 1789 1st US Congress meets and declares constitution in effect (9 senators, 13 reps) March is Women's History Month: Check out this cool video clip to learn more. Come check out our March book challenge “Do you feel lucky?” Check out a book and draw a coin to see if you win! Everyone is welcome to participate. BOWLING FUNDRAISER! Treat yourself to a sweet snack. Candy bars on sale now in the office. $1.00 each! Attention: McKendree is hosting a blood drive in the intramural gym Tuesday, April 6th from 4-7pm. Masks and an appointment are required.To make an appointment visit www.bloodcenter.org and enter code 11214. All donors will receive socks or a gift card! Attention EVERYONE! Gently used books are now for sale in the library for only $0.25. Come check it out! REMINDER: Please do NOT use cellphones in the hallway or wear hats in the building. Thanks! Parents & Students: All our events are live streamed. Watch on Facebook Live to support our bowling, basketball, and volleyball teams! CALENDAR: Thursday, March 4 HS Boys Basketball vs Dupo @ HOME HS Bowling Vs Gibault @ St Clair - Bus @ 1:45p.m. Friday, March 5 - Boys HS Bowling Elimination Shootout @ WestPark - Bus @ 12:45p.m. Saturday, March 6 - Girls HS Bowling Elimination Shootout @ St Clair - Bus @ 11:00a.m. Boys Basketball @ New Athens Joke of the day: What do you call a chicken who counts her eggs? A mathemachicken Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
about 1 month ago, Nikki Waters
Kendra Kashycke
Attention LHS and JRH...I am placing my yearbook order this week. In years past we have always ordered several extras, but this year with COVID, sales are down. Please order online or email Ms. Kashycke if you want a yearbook. After Thursday (March 4), I cannot guarantee you a book if you do not per-order. Sorry for the inconvenience. https://www.jostens.com
about 1 month ago, Kendra Kashycke
Jeff Teasley
Reminder! No school tomorrow in observance of Pulaski Day! See you Tuesday!
about 1 month ago, Jeff Teasley
Justine Wasser
For the last day of FFA week, students and faculty dressed like farmers and the agriculture classes participated in Farmer Olympic games! Congratulations to Horticulture for placing 1st place!
about 1 month ago, Justine Wasser
Josiah Munton
Attention 5th-8th grade girls: Basketball practices begin Monday, March 1st from 4-6pm in the LES gym for any girls interested in playing Junior High Basketball this year. You must have a current physical and all forms turned in to participate. All forms can be found here: https://lebanonhighschool.bigteams.com/main/filesLinks/ Bring a mask and water bottle!
about 1 month ago, Josiah Munton
Amy Venhaus
The students and staff at LES were honored to hear guest speaker Master Sergeant Kevin Gardner of Scoff Air Force Base give a brief history of African Americans in the military as part of our Black History Month celebration. A special thanks to PTO treasurer, LES parent and MSgt. Jason Esker for arranging this amazing opportunity. Thank you both for your service.
about 1 month ago, Amy Venhaus
Jeannette Schorfheide
Students in 8th grade through 11th grade need to submit their pre-registration forms in Google Classroom to Mrs. Schorfheide TODAY.
about 1 month ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
Black History Month fact for February 26: Famous Amos chocolate chip cookies created by Wally Amos. Wally began his working career as a talent agent at William Morris Agency, working with The Supremes and Simon and Garfunkel.
about 1 month ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Friday, February 26th, 2021 This day in history:1616 Roman Inquisition reprimands Galileo demanding he abandon his belief in heliocentrism, which states the Earth and planets revolve around the Sun. Historical figure spotlight: Mark E. Dean is one of the top engineering minds at the International Business Machines (IBM) Corporation. He made his first mark in the industry in the early 1980s, when he and a colleague developed a system that allowed computers to communicate with printers and other devices. Every time you print something, you can thank Dean. All high school students should have filled out a spring athletics survey in your homeroom class. Please do so if you haven’t already! BOWLING FUNDRAISER! Treat yourself to a sweet snack. Candy bars on sale now in the office. $1.00 each! Shout out to Willie Nordmann! He had a 695 series with a high game of 266. Great Bowling Willie!!! Attention: McKendree is hosting a blood drive in the intramural gym Tuesday, April 6th from 4-7pm. Masks and an appointment are required.To make an appointment visit www.bloodcenter,org and enter code 11214. All donors will receive socks or a gift card! Attention EVERYONE! Gently used books are now for sale in the library for only $0.25. Come check it out! REMINDER: Please do NOT use cellphones in the hallway or wear hats in the building. Thanks! Parents & Students: All our events are live streamed. Watch on Facebook LIve to support our bowling, basketball, and volleyball teams! Attention! This week there will be dress up days for FFA. Participate and show your support: Today-Dress like a farmer CALENDAR: HS Boys Basketball @ Steeleville SATURDAY Tuesday, March 2 - HS Bowling Vs Gibault @ WestPark - Bus @ 1:30p.m. Thursday, March 4 - HS Bowling Vs Gibault @ St Clair - Bus @ 1:45p.m. Friday, March 5 - Boys HS Bowling Elimination Shootout @ WestPark - Bus @ 12:45p.m. Saturday, March 6 - Girls HS Bowling Elimination Shootout @ St Clair - Bus @ 11:00a.m. Joke of the day: What do you call a boomerang that won't come back? A stick. Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
about 1 month ago, Nikki Waters
Justine Wasser
The Illinois State FFA officers visited Ms. Wasser’s Agriculture classes today for some fun virtual FFA week activities
about 1 month ago, Justine Wasser
Jeannette Schorfheide
Below are links to Engineering and STEM camps with the military. U.S. Air Force: chrome-extension://oemmndcbldboiebfnladdacbdfmadadm/https://www.same.org/Portals/0/Users/254/54/13054/2021%20US%20Air%20Force%20Scott%20AFB%20Flyer.pdf?ver=2020-12-18-074427-543 U.S. Marines: chrome-extension://oemmndcbldboiebfnladdacbdfmadadm/https://www.same.org/Portals/0/Users/254/54/13054/2021%20US%20Marine%20Corps%20Camp%20Flyer.pdf?ver=2020-12-18-074757-123 U.S. Air Force: chrome-extension://oemmndcbldboiebfnladdacbdfmadadm/https://www.same.org/Portals/0/Users/254/54/13054/2021%20US%20Air%20Force%20Academy%20Camp%20Flyer.pdf?ver=2020-12-18-074623-113 U.S. Navy: chrome-extension://oemmndcbldboiebfnladdacbdfmadadm/https://www.same.org/Portals/0/Users/254/54/13054/2021%20US%20Navy%20Camp%20Flyer.pdf?ver=2020-12-18-074043-740 U.S. Army: chrome-extension://oemmndcbldboiebfnladdacbdfmadadm/https://www.same.org/Portals/0/Users/254/54/13054/2021%20US%20Army%20Camp%20Flyer.pdf?ver=2020-12-18-073859-393
about 1 month ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
Black History Month fact for February 25: Allensworth is the first all-Black Californian township, founded by Colonel Allen Allensworth in 1908 with the intention to establish a self-sufficient city for Blacks to live without racial prejudice.
about 1 month ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Thursday, February 25th, 2021 This day in history:1862 Congress forms US Bureau of Engraving and Printing to print newly issued US paper currency, the United States Notes. Historical figure spotlight: Before her 30th birthday, Mae C. Jemison had received two undergraduate degrees and a medical degree, served two years as a Peace Corps medical officer in West Africa, and was selected to join the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's astronaut training program. Her eight-day space flight aboard the space shuttle Endeavour in 1992 established Jemison as the United States' first female African-American space traveler. All high school students should have filled out a spring athletics survey in your homeroom class. Please do so if you haven’t already! BOWLING FUNDRAISER! Treat yourself to a sweet snack. Candy bars on sale now in the office. $1.00 each! Athlete Shoutout: Congrats to Rodi Stender for a 614 series, and Kyndal Stark for a 508 series. Attention EVERYONE! Gently used books are now for sale in the library for only $0.25. Come check it out! REMINDER: Please do NOT use cellphones in the hallway or wear hats in the building. Thanks! Parents & Students: All our events are live streamed. Watch on Facebook LIve to support our bowling, basketball, and volleyball teams! Attention! This week there will be dress up days for FFA. Participate and show your support: Today-FFA apparel day (or Navy and gold) Friday- Dress like a farmer CALENDAR: Today HS Bowling vs. Wesclin Bus @ 1:45 JrH Boys Basketball @ Germantown HS Boys Basketball @ RedBud Joke of the day: Why was the cookie so sad? Because his mom was a wafer so long. Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
about 1 month ago, Nikki Waters
Jeannette Schorfheide
Black History Month fact for February 24: Interracial marriage was banned in the US in 1864 and would not be legal until 1967. Whites who broke this law could be enslaved, exiled, or imprisoned.
about 1 month ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Josiah Munton
Reminder: High School Soccer meeting today at 6pm in the LHS Commons. Be there if you plan to participate!
about 1 month ago, Josiah Munton
Nikki Waters
LEBANON JUNIOR HIGH BOWLING - SEASON INFO F You must have all paperwork, physical and fees paid to practice or bowl Regional (Varsity) team will have practices 2, 4, 9, 11 March All other bowlers have practice 16 and 18 March Season schedule (and full practice schedule) will be released first week of March Bus leaves high school parking lot at 3:00 for practices We leave St. Clair Bowl at 5:05 to come back to school If you have equipment, it may be stored in the high school Other than school athletic fees - bowling is no cost (shoe rental included) You will need a black pair of pants (no strings, yoga pants, or jeans) for matches School approved clothing is OK for practices (no hats) Parents MAY drive you to and/or from practices - HOWEVER I need to know by noon if you will NOT be on the bus For EVERYONE'S SAFETY: If you become ill, DO NOT attend practice or a match until you are cleared by the school nurse! Coach Stark: gstark@lcusd9.org
about 1 month ago, Nikki Waters
Jasen Foster
Family Reading Night!
about 1 month ago, Jasen Foster
Donna Wood
Please note these upcoming events in March.
about 1 month ago, Donna Wood
Jeannette Schorfheide
Black History Month fact for February 23: The first licensed African American female pilot was named Bessie Coleman. Coleman earned her international pilot’s license in France and performed thrilling stunts for five years. She refused to perform at events that denied admissions to Blacks.
about 1 month ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Donna Wood
This is National FFA Week. A group of our LHS students celebrated by raising awareness about the role the National FFA Organization plays in developing agriculture's future leaders and the importance of agricultural education. Ms. Justine Wasser, LHS Agriculture and Horticulture teacher sponsors the FFA Club.
about 1 month ago, Donna Wood
Jeff Teasley
Attention Athletes! Reminder picture day is tomorrow 2/23: HS Bowling 11:00 HS Boys BK 11:45 JH Boys BK 12:30 JH VB 12:40
about 1 month ago, Jeff Teasley
Jeannette Schorfheide
Black History Month Fact for February 22: Before Rosa Parks’ “stand” that started the Montgomery bus boycott, Claudette Colvin had refused to give up her seat on the bus. She was 15 years old when she took her “stand” on March 2, 1955, nine months before Rosa Parks.
about 1 month ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Monday, February 22nd, 2021 This day in history:1903 Due to drought, the US side of Niagara Falls ran short of water.   Historical figure spotlight: Sojourner Truth traveled from place to place and spoke out against enslaving people and for women’s rights. Touring the country, she challenged many people’s false beliefs about race and gender. Even though she couldn’t read or write, her thrilling speeches won her the respect of many educated people fighting for the rights of Black people and women. That included President Abraham Lincoln, who met with her at the White House in 1864.   All high school students should have filled out a spring athletics survey in your homeroom class. Please do so if you haven’t already! Sports pictures for current sports have moved to Tuesday, 2/23 from 11-1pm. Make sure to bring your uniform to school!   BOWLING FUNDRAISER! Treat yourself to a sweet snack. Candy bars on sale now in the office. $1.00 each!    Bowling Shoutout: Jameson Strozier bowled a 748 series! He had a 263, 269 and 216. Rodi Stender had a 256 game, way to go Rodi. Congratulations to Willie Nordmann for his 640 series, Jeremy Johnson for his 600 series, and to Emily Nordmann for her 534 series.  Savannah Webster bowled a 209 game, and Kyndal Stark had a 235 game and a 610 Series. Great Bowling! WAY TO GO!   Attention EVERYONE!  Gently used books are now for sale in the library for only $0.25. Come check it out! Attention Staff and High School Students:  “Blind Date with a Book” slips are due by March 1st. REMINDER: Please do NOT use cellphones in the hallway or wear hats in the building. Thanks!   High school soccer players: There is an informational meeting Wednesday, Feb 24 at 6 pm in the commons. Plan on attending if you are interested in playing soccer this year.   Parents & Students: All our events are live streamed. Watch on Facebook LIve to support our bowling, basketball, and volleyball teams!   Attention!  This week there will be dress up days for FFA.  Participate and show your support: Today- Camo Day Tuesday- Flannel/ Plaid Day Thursday- FFA apparel day (or Navy and gold) Friday- Dress like a farmer Attention Athletes: Practice schedules for this week Bowling practice at 3pm Mondays & Wednesdays   Attention JH Bowlers: There is a Google Meet today, Monday 2/22 at 6pm. The link is posted on the website or email Mr. Munton or Mr. Stark CALENDAR: Today HS Bowling vs. Wesclin Bus @ 1:45 Jr. High Volleyball HOME vs. Albers JrH Boys Basketball @ Albers Thursday 2/25 HS Bowling @ Wesclin Bus @ 1:45   Joke of the day: How do pickles enjoy a day out? They relish it! Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
about 1 month ago, Nikki Waters
Jeannette Schorfheide
FFA Week this week! Dress up for some fun!
about 1 month ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jasen Foster
Next week we will begin our book fair in the library. Flyers were sent home today. Students will be able to "shop" during their library time. Here is the URL for those of you who choose to shop online/virtual: https://bookfairs.scholastic.com/bf/lebanonelementaryschool This link will be open for shopping 2/24-3/9. Thank you!
about 1 month ago, Jasen Foster
Jeannette Schorfheide
Black History Month Fact for February 19: Fannie Lou Hamer was a civil rights activist and politician. In the 1960’s she worked to register African Americans to vote. Her work led to the passing of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
about 1 month ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeff Teasley
Food handouts will be taking place today for LHS/LJHS students during the usual times.
about 1 month ago, Jeff Teasley
Josiah Munton
Attention High School soccer players: There is an informational meeting Wednesday, Feb 24 at 6 pm in the commons. Plan on attending if you are interested in playing soccer this year. Attention Junior High Bowlers: There is a Google Meet Monday, Feb 22 at 6pm.  https://meet.google.com/fnb-kzdz-wfb
about 1 month ago, Josiah Munton
Jeannette Schorfheide
Black History Month Fact for February 18: Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have A Dream” part of his monumental speech was improvised. His staff had told him not to talk about dreams but a friend in the crowd yelled to tell the people his dream so he did.
about 1 month ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeff Teasley
The HS boys basketball game tonight has been cancelled due to the weather.
about 1 month ago, Jeff Teasley
Jeff Teasley
The JrH Volleyball and JrH Basketball games scheduled for tomorrow evening have been cancelled due to the weather.
about 1 month ago, Jeff Teasley
Patrick Keeney
Lebanon School community, unfortunately our rural roads are still very slick and dangerous for our buses. Also, some city streets and sidewalks are still covered in dangerous ice. We will be taking a snow day tomorrow, Thursday February 18th. Tomorrow’s snow day will be made up and added back to the calendar. We will continue to clean our parking lots and sidewalks in preparation for school on Friday. Please stay safe.
about 1 month ago, Patrick Keeney
Josiah Munton
Attention athletes: All practices are canceled for today 2/17. Reminder, bring your uniforms to school for sports pictures are tomorrow during the school day: HS Bowling 11:00am HS Boys BK 11:45 am JH Boys BK 12:30 pm JH VB 12:45 pm
about 1 month ago, Josiah Munton
Jeannette Schorfheide
Black History Month Fact for February 17: In 1688 the Quakers wrote the initial protest to end slavery. At that time the protest statement was initially thought too serious for local leaders and sent on to the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting but nothing was done for another 88 years.
about 1 month ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Patrick Keeney
Hello. Tomorrow, Wednesday, February 17th will be our regular scheduled remote day. Our teachers are prepared and ready for the Wednesday normal remote day. Please log on and attend as normal tomorrow. Also, meal pick up will be moved to Thursday morning. Stay warm and safe.
about 1 month ago, Patrick Keeney
Jeannette Schorfheide
Black History Month Fact for February 16: Inoculation (vaccination) was introduced to America by a slave: Onesimus. At that time the African practice was to extract material from an infected person and scratch it into the skin of a healthy person.
about 1 month ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Josiah Munton
Attention HS soccer players: tomorrow's meeting has been moved back a week to Wednesday, Feb 24 at 6pm in the HS commons. See you then!
about 1 month ago, Josiah Munton
Diana Lynn
5th GRADE PARENTS: The Beginner Band meeting is TONIGHT @ 6:30pm via google meet. Hope to see you there! https://meet.google.com/xbv-isxm-tvt
about 1 month ago, Diana Lynn
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Tuesday, February 16th, 2021 This day in history: 1923 Howard Carter opens the inner burial chamber of Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamun's tomb and finds the sarcophagus. Historical figure spotlight: Rosa Parks was born on February 4, 1913. On December 1, 1955, she boarded a city bus in Montgomery, Alabama and sat in the middle, where Black passengers in that city were allowed to sit unless a white person wanted the seat. As the bus filled with new riders, the driver told Parks to give up her seat to a white passenger. She refused and was arrested. Her arrest sparked a major protest. For more than a year, most Black people in Montgomery stood together and refused to take city buses. The Montgomery Bus Boycott didn’t end until a 1956 Supreme Court decision ended racial segregation on public transportation throughout the United States. All high school students should have filled out a spring athletics survey in your homeroom class. Please do so if you haven’t already! High school soccer: There is an informational meeting Wednesday, Feb 17 at 6 pm in the commons. Plan on attending if you are interested in playing soccer this year. BOWLING FUNDRAISER! Treat yourself to a sweet snack. Candy bars on sale now in the office. $1.00 each! Attention EVERYONE! Gently used books are now for sale in the library. Come check it out! Attention: There is a Model UN meeting TODAY in the library at 1:05 Attention Staff and High School Students: “Blind Date with a Book” slips are due by March 1st. REMINDER: Please do NOT use cellphones in the hallway or wear hats in the building. Thanks! Attention students: Are you interested in filming for home basketball games? If you are, see Mr. Munton as soon as possible. CALENDAR: Attention Athletes: Practice schedules for this week Bowling practice at 3pm Mondays & Wednesdays TODAY: JH Volleyball @ Carlyle JrH Boys Basketball HOME vs. Carlyle HS Boys Basketball @ Dupo HS Bowling Match @ Mater Dei- Bus @ 1:45 Thursday: Jr. High Volleyball HOME vs. Breese JrH Boys Basketball @ Breese HS Boys Basketball HOME vs. New Athens HS Bowling Match Vs Mater Dei- Bus @ 1:45 Friday: Jr. High Volleyball @ Wesclin JH Basketball 5-630 in the HS gym HS Boys 630-8 in the HS gym Joke of the day: What did the science book say to the math book? Wow! You’ve got problems! Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
about 1 month ago, Nikki Waters
Jasen Foster
Good Morning LES/LJHS/LHS students, faculty, & families! This is a reminder that school, sporting events, & all after school activities are cancelled for today, Tuesday, February 16, 2021. Please enjoy your snow day. But remember to be safe if you have to be outside of your homes. Superintendent Keeney will continue to monitor weather and road conditions to determine future decisions that are best for all stakeholders of District #9. Have a great day!
about 1 month ago, Jasen Foster
Patrick Keeney
Lebanon CUSD #9 will not be in session tomorrow, Tuesday, February 16 due to inclement weather. Be safe and stay warm.
about 1 month ago, Patrick Keeney
Josiah Munton
Attention athletes: all practices and games are cancelled for Monday, February 15th.
about 1 month ago, Josiah Munton
Patrick Keeney
Hello. Just a reminder NO school tomorrow, Monday 15th in honor of President’s Day. Also, we will keep an eye on the weather. We still have emergency make up days built into the school calendar if we need to use them. Any snow day or emergency day will cause us to call off school but will be made up at the end of the year. We will still take snow days for several reasons; not all student have the ability to remote, also not being able to remote our special education services to students and for the safety of our teachers that remote from school. These are why we will continue to follow our normal snow day procedures. We will let you know of any school schedule changes ASAP. Please stay warm and safe.
about 1 month ago, Patrick Keeney
Jasen Foster
Happy Valentine's and President's Day everyone! Hope that you enjoy this extended weekend. See you on Tuesday!
about 1 month ago, Jasen Foster
Jeannette Schorfheide
Black History Month Fact for February 12: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was jailed 29 times for acts of civil disobedience and other charges that were made up or unequal such as being jailed for driving 30 mph in a 25 mph zone.
about 1 month ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Amy Venhaus
It's Student of the Month time! Here are our LES students of the month for January! Way to go!
about 1 month ago, Amy Venhaus
Amy Venhaus
Here are our LES students of the month for February! We are so proud of you all! ♥ Keep up the good work!♥
about 1 month ago, Amy Venhaus
Amy Venhaus
Thank you Mangiamo for donating 75 cupcakes and supplying coffee for the faculty and staff here at LCUSD #9. We appreciate you and your generosity.
about 1 month ago, Amy Venhaus
Amy Venhaus
This year the theme for Black History month is: "The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity." Teachers at Lebanon Jr High have encouraged the community to partake in celebrating by sending in pictures of their family to put on display. We are proud to represent such a diverse community because we are stronger together. If you would like to send in pictures of your family to have on display, please send them to lderber@lcusd9.org or jwyms@lcusd9.org.
about 1 month ago, Amy Venhaus
Josiah Munton
Upcoming live streams for Lebanon Athletics: 2/12 4:15pm JH Volleyball vs. Valmeyer https://fb.me/e/3PjJLVH8C  2/13 12:30pm HS Boys Basketball vs. Steeleville https://fb.me/e/1W3Dd3UB0
about 1 month ago, Josiah Munton
Amy Venhaus
Congratulations to our LES Employees of the Month! ♥♥♥ You ladies ROCK! ♥♥♥
about 1 month ago, Amy Venhaus
Nikki Waters
Pre-game pep talks
about 1 month ago, Nikki Waters
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Friday, February 12th, 2021 This day in history: 1766 Stamp Act declared unconstitutional in Virginia. Historical figure spotlight: In 2021, Kamala Harris became the first woman of African or Asian descent to become vice president. Harris's mother immigrated to the United States from India and her father immigrated from Jamaica. BOWLING FUNDRAISER! Treat yourself to a sweet snack. Candy bars on sale now in the office. $1.00 each! Attention all staff and students: Today is Purple Pride Friday! Attention: There is a Model UN meeting next Tuesday, Feb. 16th in the library at 1:05 Attention Staff and High School Students: “Blind Date with a Book” slips are due by March 1st. REMINDER: Please do not use cellphones in the hallway or wear hats in the building. Thanks! Attention Athletes: Practice schedules for this week Bowling practice at 3pm Mondays & Wednesdays JH Volleyball 3-5pm at LES JH Basketball 5-630 in the HS gym HS Boys 630-8 in the HS gym CALENDAR: TODAY - 11:15 Early Dismissal JrH Volleyball vs Valmeyer @ 4 pm Monday, Feb. 15- NO SCHOOL- Presidents Day Tuesday, Feb. 16 - HS Bowling Match @ Mater Dei- Bus @ 1:45 Thursday, Feb. 18 - HS Bowling Match Vs Mater Dei- Bus @ 1:45 Joke of the day: What do you call a pig that knows karate? A pork CHOP! Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
about 1 month ago, Nikki Waters
Nikki Waters
Congratulations to Jameson Strozier for bowling a 748 series !!! 263 269 216 Great bowling!!!!!!
2 months ago, Nikki Waters
Diana Lynn
5th Grade Beginner Band Meeting will be held February 16th @ 6:30pm via Google meet. Here is the direct link: https://meet.google.com/xbv-isxm-tvt
2 months ago, Diana Lynn
Amy Venhaus
Shout out to our LJHS and LHS Employees of the Month! Thank you for your hard work and dedication to the students here at LCUSD #9. We appreciate YOU!
2 months ago, Amy Venhaus
Patrick Keeney
Hello. Just a reminder that tomorrow, Friday 12th will be an early dismissal for our teacher mandated training day. We will dismiss Lebanon Elementary School at 11:00am and Lebanon JrHS/HS at 11:15am. Also, Monday 15th will be No School in observance of President’s Day. Enjoy the long weekend and be safe!
2 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Josiah Munton
2/11 2:30pm HS Bowling vs. Dupo live stream: https://fb.me/e/bDapH3CV7
2 months ago, Josiah Munton
Josiah Munton
2 months ago, Josiah Munton
Jasen Foster
Beginner Band Parent Meeting will be held Tuesday, February 16th @ 6:30pm via Google Meet. You can find the direct link to the meeting below, on the Lebanon CUSD 9 Facebook page, or at the top of the letter sent out through the classroom teacher. Hope to see you there! Thank you. Ms. Diana Lynn https://meet.google.com/xbv-isxm-tvt
2 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jeannette Schorfheide
This is a reminder that all students in grades 8-11 should have their registration forms completed and submitted by the end of the day tomorrow to Mrs. Schorfheide. All documents can be found in Google Classroom and forms should be completed and submitted there as well.
2 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
Black History Month Fact for February 11: The traffic light and the smoke hood were created by inventor and leader Garrett Morgan.
2 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
Black History Month for February 9: Charlie Sifford was the first Black man to play on the PGA Tour after two years of letters and arguments to have the “Caucasian-only” clause removed from their Rules of Play in 1961 and for February 10: Before the Williams there was a professional tennis player and professional golfer named Althea Gibson who was the first African American to win a Grand Slam title.
2 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Patrick Keeney
Hello. Just a reminder we have meal pick up today, Wednesday 10th until 11:00 am at LES and LHS. We will also have our Summerfield Fireman’s Hall pick up beginning at 9:00am. Thank you!
2 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Diana Lynn
Beginner Band Meeting for all 5th Graders interested will be held Tuesday, February 16th from 6:30-7 via Google Meet. https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vSQtLTFt0bcXnnXDYUT6JCCSXL88VEQY758JVCe95tkDbQ_zSvweF4llqs/pub
2 months ago, Diana Lynn
Jeff Teasley
Attention Greyhound basketball players and fans...we are moving tonight's LHS boy's basketball game to a 5pm start tonight (Red Bud's request). The junior high game in the LES gym will remain at its scheduled 6:00 start time.
2 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Josiah Munton
2/9 Tonight's High School boys basketball game vs. Red Bud has moved up an hour to 5pm. Reminder, there are no spectators at this time. You can view the live stream here: HS Basketball vs. Red Bud: https://fb.me/e/3b2SOGkeh All other games/matches for tonight are scheduled to continue as scheduled at this time.
2 months ago, Josiah Munton
Amy Venhaus
Come support the PTO on Thursday, February 11th from 5-8pm at the Lebanon Dairy Queen. A portion of all sales will be donated to the school. Hope to see you there!
2 months ago, Amy Venhaus
Josiah Munton
Lebanon Athletics Live Streams 2/9/21 2:30pm HS Bowling vs. Dupo: https://fb.me/e/1fEenia2W 6:00pm HS Basketball vs. Red Bud: https://fb.me/e/3b2SOGkeh 6:00pm JH Basketball vs. All Saints Academy:https://fb.me/e/4Q0LJF0BR 6:00pm JH Volleyball @ All Saints Academy (Away feed): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCh3LwxhVhMl88pPiEzOnEAw?fbclid=IwAR3-YlbsEZ6RwaHCfxHe1nYfn636uc8kInDKbmJEsjIKGFJ3no3j-yVTzqc
2 months ago, Josiah Munton
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Tuesday, February 9th, 2021 This day in history: 1895 Volleyball invented by W G Morgan in Massachusetts Historical figure spotlight: After winning 52.9% of the vote in 2008, Barack Obama was sworn in as the 44th President of the United States on Jan. 20, 2009, becoming our nation’s first black president. He was historically re-elected for a second term in November 2012. BOWLING FUNDRAISER! Treat yourself to a sweet snack. Candy bars on sale now in the office. $1.00 each! Attention all staff and students: Fridays will be Purple Pride Day. Please wear your greyhound gear! Attention: Any high school students interested in participating in Model UN, there will be an informational meeting TODAY at 1:05 in the library. Attention Seniors and Parents of Seniors! FRIDAY is the deadline to purchase a Senior Recognition Ad and it is also the last day to submit 4 Senior Photos for the yearbook. Attention: there is a virtual Lebanon Junior High Honor Society meeting on Wednesday at 1:00pm Attention Staff and High School Students: Come to the library to participate in “Blind Date with a Book”. HS Bowlers: Sports Fee must be paid today to participate in today’s match REMINDER: Please do not use cellphones in the hallway or wear hats in the building. Thanks! Attention Athletes: Practice schedules for this week Bowling practice at 3pm Monday & Wednesday JH Volleyball 3-5pm at LES JH Basketball 5-630 in the HS gym HS Boys 630-8 in the HS gym CALENDAR: TODAY - Bowling Varsity Match Vs Dupo Bus leaves @ 1:45p.m. HS Boys Basketball vs. Red Bud @ 6pm JrH Volleyball vs All Saints AWAY JrH Boys basketball vs All Saints @ 6pm Wednesday- Midterms sent home THURSDAY - Bowling Varsity Match @ Dupo Bus leave @ 1:30p.m. JrH Boys basketball vs Okawville @ 6pm JrH Volleyball vs. Okawville AWAY Friday, Feb 12- 11:15 Early Dismissal FRIDAY- JrH Volleyball vs Valmeyer @ 4 pm Monday, Feb. 15- NO SCHOOL- President’s Day Joke of the day: What did one volcano say to the other? I lava you! Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
2 months ago, Nikki Waters
Jasen Foster
LES PTO- DQ Night 02/11/21
2 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jeannette Schorfheide
Seniors: the Illinois School Counselor Association Scholarship deadline is February 12. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScF7wuW06FxDSvFKPpLMdhkBbscAfhxUS12rvUGXLkwnBVV_w/viewform is where you will find the form.
2 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Josiah Munton
Attn JH Boys Basketball Players: The junior high boys basketball game scheduled for tonight is cancelled. Players will practice in the high school gym at their normal time 5:00-630. Attn JH Volleyball: Tonight's home game will be live streamed at https://fb.me/e/mL2AYb2XT. There are no spectators allowed at this time. Go Greyhounds!
2 months ago, Josiah Munton
Jeannette Schorfheide
Black History Month for February 8: Dr. Patricia Bath developed the medical discipline known as community ophthalmology which serves underserved areas. She started this after noticing Black patients had twice the rate of blindness to white patients.
2 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Monday, February 8th, 2021 This day in history: 1887 The Dawes Act authorizes the President of the United States to survey Native American tribal land and divide it into individual allotments. Those who accepted allotments and lived separately from the tribe were granted United States citizenship. Interesting fact: John Lewis fought for equality during the civil rights movement, marching with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., against oppression and risking his life for justice. Through grit and determination, he went from sitting on bus seats as an act of civil disobedience during the Freedom Rides to sitting in the halls of Congress as a champion for civil liberties. BOWLING FUNDRAISER! Treat yourself to a sweet snack. Candy bars on sale now in the office. $1.00 each! Attention: Any high school students interested in participating in Model UN, there will be an informational meeting Tuesday, Feb 9 at 1:05 in the library. Attention Seniors and Parents of Seniors! Feb 12 is the deadline to purchase a Senior Recognition Ad and it is also the last day to submit 4 Senior Photos for the yearbook. Attention: there is a virtual Lebanon Junior High Honor Society meeting next week on Wednesday at 1:00pm Attention Staff and High School Students: Come to the library to participate in “Blind Date with a Book”. Congrats to Jameson Strozier on bowling a 720 series! Way to Go! REMINDER: Please do not use cellphones in the hallway or wear hats in the building. Thanks! Attention Athletes: Practice schedules for next week Bowling practice at 3pm Monday & Wednesday JH Volleyball 3-5pm practices M-F LES JH Basketball moved to 5-630 in the HS gym HS Boys 630-8 in the HS gym HS Basketball games will start Feb 9. Schedules to come. CALENDAR: Feb. 9th - Bowling Varsity Match Vs Dupo Bus leaves @ 1:45p.m. Feb. 10th- Midterms sent home Feb. 11th - Bowling Varsity Match @ Dupo Bus leave @ 1:30p.m. Joke of the day: What do you call four bullfighters in quicksand? Quattro sinko. Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
2 months ago, Nikki Waters
Jasen Foster
Good Evening LES Parents! In a communication earlier this week I informed you that on Friday's early dismissal day that the students would be dismissed at 11:15. In an effort to minimize issues with the bus routes, the elementary building will now dismiss at 11:00 AM on Friday. Reminder to families signed-up for the after school program that the after school program will not be in session on 02/12/21. Have a good weekend! Thank you.
2 months ago, Jasen Foster
Amy Venhaus
Happy Valentine's Day from LJHS and LHS! https://youtu.be/9KDdoaWHDPk
2 months ago, Amy Venhaus
Amy Venhaus
It was wonderful to see our students return to 4 day, in-person learning. We are looking forward to athletics, clubs, and organizations getting underway again here at LCUSD 9. It's a GREAT day to be a GREYHOUND!
2 months ago, Amy Venhaus
Diana Lynn
LES 5th GRADE STUDENTS AND PARENTS!!! I am really excited to announce that we have the green light to start 5th grade beginner band. Below you will find a link to the parent information meeting that will be held via google meets on February 16th at 6:30pm. https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vSQtLTFt0bcXnnXDYUT6JCCSXL88VEQY758JVCe95tkDbQ_zSvweF4llqs/pub Hope to see you all there!
2 months ago, Diana Lynn
Donna Wood
Here are some important February announcements:
2 months ago, Donna Wood
Jeannette Schorfheide
Black History Month Fact for February 5: On April 5, 1947 Jackie Robinson became the first African American to play Major League Baseball, he played for the Brooklyn Dodgers. But did you know Tom Aston was the first Black player in St. Louis Cardinals history?
2 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Diana Lynn
Hope everyone's 2021 is starting off good! I wanted to share the link to the Lebanon CUSD #9 Music Department YouTube Channel. On this channel you will find all past and future music and band programs for the 2020-2021 school year. Thank you for all your support and patience through this virtual learning process. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBlJ931NJwDeKbtrSv9X4vtaACam0G8U2
2 months ago, Diana Lynn
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Friday, February 5th, 2021 This day in history: 1870 1st motion picture shown to a theater audience, Philadelphia Fun fact: Katherine Johnson helped NASA send astronauts to the moon and return them safely home. She also overcame racial and gender hurdles that helped make giant leaps for humankind. She and the other women worked as “human computers,” figuring out the difficult calculations needed for spaceflight. Attention: Any high school students interested in participating in Model UN, there will be an informational meeting Tuesday, Feb 9 at 1:05 in the library. Attention Seniors and Parents of Seniors! Feb 12 is the deadline to purchase a Senior Recognition Ad and it is also the last day to submit 4 Senior Photos for the yearbook. Attention Staff and High School Students: Come to the library to participate in “Blind Date with a Book”. Check out a wrapped book from our display and borrow it for a week (or longer if you like!) Fill out the “rate your date” form and return it to the library staff to be entered into a drawing! Attention Athletes: Practice schedules for next week Bowling practice at 3pm Monday & Wednesday JH Volleyball 3-5pm practices M-F LES JH Basketball moved to 5-630 in the HS gym HS Boys 630-8 in the HS gym HS Basketball games will start Feb 9. Schedules to come. CALENDAR: Feb. 9th - Bowling Varsity Match Vs Dupo Bus leaves @ 1:45p.m. Feb. 10th- Midterms sent home Feb. 11th - Bowling Varsity Match @ Dupo Bus leave @ 1:30p.m. Joke of the day: Hear about the two guys who stole a calendar? They both got 6 months. Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
2 months ago, Nikki Waters
Jeff Teasley
2 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Josiah Munton
Our region has moved to Phase 4 and all games will be played as scheduled tonight. No spectators are allowed at this time, but all games will be livestreamed here: JH Volleyball @Germantown 6pm: https://youtu.be/z1vaKSimCVA JH Boys Basketball vs. Germantown 6pm: https://fb.me/e/5etipHOoB Go Greyhounds!
2 months ago, Josiah Munton
Jeannette Schorfheide
Black History Fact for February 4: Madam C.J. Walker was born on a cotton plantation in Louisiana and became wealthy after inventing a line of African American hair care products; Madame C.J. Walker Laboratories, and was known for her philanthropy.
2 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Thursday, February 4th, 2021 This day in history: 1789 1st US electoral college chooses George Washington as President and John Adams as Vice-President Fun fact: George Washington Carver was a scientist and an inventor who found hundreds of uses for peanuts. He experimented with the legumes to make lotions, flour, soups, dyes, plastics, and gasoline. He was born into slavery in the 1860s. After slavery was abolished, he was able to get an education and his contributions to the field of agriculture would not be forgotten. Attention: Any high school students interested in participating in Model UN, there will be an informational meeting Tuesday, Feb 9 at 1:05 in the library. Attention Seniors and Parents of Seniors! Feb 12 is the deadline to purchase a Senior Recognition Ad and it is also the last day to submit 4 Senior Photos for the yearbook. Attention Staff and High School Students: Come to the library to participate in “Blind Date with a Book”. Check out a wrapped book from our display and borrow it for a week (or longer if you like!) Fill out the “rate your date” form and return it to the library staff to be entered into a drawing! Attention Athletes: Bowling practice at 3pm M-Th. JH Volleyball 3-5pm practices M-F LES JH boys Basketball practices 5-6:30 M-Th LES HS girls Basketball practices M-F 4:30-6 Hs boys practices M-F 6-7:30 HS Basketball games will start Feb 9. Schedules to come. CALENDAR: TOMORROW- 3rd Quarter Mid-term Feb. 10th- Midterms sent home Joke of the day: What's a quiet Hawaiian laugh? Aloha Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
2 months ago, Nikki Waters
Jeannette Schorfheide
Black History Month daily fact: February 3: John Mercer Langston was the first Black man to become a lawyer, passing the bar in 1854. He was also one of the first African Americans ever elected to public office in the US.
2 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jasen Foster
Just a friendly reminder that meal pick up is today until 11:00am at LHS and LES. We will also have a meal pick up at Summerfield Firehouse from 9:00-10:00am. Have a great day!
2 months ago, Jasen Foster
Amy Venhaus
Students and staff are participating in the library's event "Blind Date with a Book." Anyone interested in joining in the fun gets to check out a wrapped book from the library display and borrow it for a week (or longer if needed!) Then they fill out the “rate your date” form and return it to the library staff to be entered into a drawing for prizes. This event will run the entire month of February.
2 months ago, Amy Venhaus
Jeff Teasley
Just a reminder: No games tonight, practices will continue as normal. We can not have games until our region health status changes.
2 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Jeannette Schorfheide
Black History Month fact for February 2: Jack Johnson became the first African American man to hold the World Heavyweight Champion boxing title in 1908, and held it until 1915.
2 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Tuesday, February 2nd, 2021 Happy Groundhog’s Day! It derives from the Pennsylvania Dutch superstition that if a groundhog emerging from its burrow on this day sees its shadow due to clear weather, it will retreat to its den and winter will persist for six more weeks; but if it does not see its shadow because of cloudiness, spring will arrive early. Attention: Any high school students interested in participating in Model UN, there will be an informational meeting Tuesday, Feb 9 at 1:05 in the library. Attention Seniors and Parents of Seniors! Feb 12 is the deadline to purchase a Senior Recognition Ad and it is also the last day to submit 4 Senior Photos for the yearbook. Attention Staff and High School Students: Come to the library to participate in “Blind Date with a Book”. Check out a wrapped book from our display and borrow it for a week (or longer if you like!) Fill out the “rate your date” form and return it to the library staff to be entered into a drawing! Shout out to Lorena Kraemer! She was selected as one of the top 10 winners of the 2019-2020 4-H Sustaining the Future Award sponsored by the Illinois Farm Bureau and will be recognized at the Illinois 4-H Celebrating Excellence Award ceremony in April. Attention Athletes: Bowling practice at 3pm M-Th. JH Volleyball 3-5pm practices M-F LES JH boys Basketball practices 5-6:30 M-Th LES HS girls Basketball practices M-F 4:30-6 Hs boys practices M-F 6-7:30 HS Basketball games will start Feb 9. Schedules to come. CALENDAR: Feb. 5th- 3rd Quarter Mid-term Feb. 10th- Midterms sent home Joke of the day: What did the big flower say to the little flower? Hi, bud! Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
2 months ago, Nikki Waters
Jasen Foster
Greetings LES Parents/Families! It was such a pleasure to have all of the students return today! The teachers and staff were just as excited as the kids to get back to a closer level of normalcy! Since it feels like the first day all over again, I’d like to put some more reminders out there for everyone. Expectations of In-Person vs. Remote Learning If you selected the remote learning route, your student must remain in that learning format at least through the end of the 3rd quarter. When the option is reopened at the end of the quarter, you may reconsider at that time. The same expectation applies for those that selected in-person learning. Your student must attend in-person instruction at least until the end of the 3rd quarter. You may reconsider the option at that juncture. Also, if your student is on the in-person learning roster and will be absent, they will be marked as absent for the day. You cannot tell the school that your child will attend remotely to avoid absences. For the 100% remote learners and the in-person learners that have remote Wednesdays only, we have been experiencing some issues with work completion and absences. I know that initially this school year that teachers would only require completion of a question of the day to count students as present. But I have asked them to begin reporting to the office whether students are logging onto virtual classes/meetings and/or completing and submitting work the next day. If these things are not occurring from your student then absences and late work will begin to be assessed going forward. In addition, I am asking for remote students and families to please be considerate of teachers and their time. If you have been given assignments early in the week, usually the first thing on Monday mornings, let’s not wait until Saturday or Sunday nights to turn in 10-20 assignments. I understand that things happen during the week and some assignments might take longer to complete than others, but I don’t think that way of completing assignments is fair to the teachers, nor does it give them an opportunity to offer your student any productive feedback on the work that they are submitting. Remote learners, please remember that teachers are taking their time to put together hard copy packets for your students and placing them in the front lobby. Those are to be picked up on Wednesdays between 8:00-3:30. Inclement Weather Days Should we experience inclement weather on any given day, the district plans to follow the already established policy in the district handbook. We will communicate that school is cancelled via the listed formats, and the day will be added to the end of the school calendar. Early Dismissal on 02/12/21 On Friday, February 12th, students will be dismissed from school at 11:15 AM. The teachers have a half day institute day. This day was already denoted on the district calendar that is posted on our district website. Students will not be served lunch at school on that day. Car Tag Signs We noticed today that the AM drop-off and PM pick-up processes took a little bit longer than we’ve gotten used to. This slight extension in time was expected as we brought more bodies back into the building on a daily basis. Thank you for your patience as we continue to work out the kinks. If you are a parent/guardian that is/will be regularly picking your student(s) up after school and have not received a car tag sign from us, please contact Ann-Marie in the main office. We will make sure to get one to your student. Walkers Reminder that students that walk to school in the mornings should enter into the back gymnasium doors of the school. They will be temperature scanned before they enter the building. Students that walk home after school is dismissed will be released from the front lobby of the school after all school buses have departed from the front lot. Parents, if you plan to come up to walk with your students after school we ask that you wait outside of the front doors on the building until they are released. Thank you for your attention to these matters. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions in regards to this communication. Have a great day!
2 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jeannette Schorfheide
The Junior High Student Council, in honor of Black History Month, are collecting family photos. This year's theme is, "The Black Family, Representation, Identity, and Diversity". Please send your family pictures to Mrs. Derber at lderber@lcusd9.org or Mrs. Wyms at jwyms@lcusd9.org.
2 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
Black History Month historical fact of the day: Black History Month began as “Negro History Week” in 1926 by Carter G. Woodson an African American historian, scholar, educator, and publisher. It became a month-long nationally recognized celebration in 1976.
2 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
Trivia Question for today: What year was the first Black History Month celebrated?
2 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Donna Wood
We extend our deepest sympathies to Dr. Delbert Harris' family. Dr. Harris was a graduate of LCHS class of '47. He was instrumental in founding the Lebanon Education Foundation and was a Hall of Fame member. https://meridithfuneralhome.com/obituary/delbert-l-harris/?fbclid=IwAR3pQ8Vr-HZGJnYbcmGYQmi2cVJSQQkKz6nsJ00D2k9S1-g92uLsWsm_yxU
2 months ago, Donna Wood
Jeannette Schorfheide
February 1-5, 2021, is National School Counselor Week. Stop by and say hi to me during the day, I miss you!
2 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Josiah Munton
Reminder Basketball Players: Junior High Boys 4-5:30 in LHS Gym today, 9-10:30 Saturday. Next week will be M-Th 5:15-6:45 in LES gym. High School Girls 5-6:30 in LHS Gym today. HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS- we need you practicing today. If you are planning on playing and won't be there, let Coach Cole or Mr. Munton know asap. Season Schedules will be posted soon. We are allowed games once Region 4 moves to Phase 4. Go Greyhounds!
2 months ago, Josiah Munton
Jeannette Schorfheide
For the 8th grade and their parents and/or guardians who could not attend the virtual orientation I am posting the link for you. Please make your individual appointment for next week as well by email at jschorfheide@lcusd9.org. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1O2JKbz9ivRQB2Ry39pDd6iGVEGEWdniI/view?usp=sharing
2 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeff Teasley
Reminder to all LCUSD 9 8th graders and their families: Freshmen orientation is tonight from 6:30-7:15. Ms. Schorfheide and Mr. Teasley are hosting the event this evening. The orientation event will take place virtually. The link to the meeting is posted on Mrs. Schorfheide's "Class of 2025" classroom link, which all 8th graders are already members of. The link will go live at 6:20 PM. We look forward to being able to share a lot of great information with you!
2 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Thursday, January 28th, 2021 This Day in History: On Jan. 28, 1973, a cease-fire officially went into effect in the Vietnam War, a day after the signing of the Paris Peace Accords by the United States, North Vietnam and South Vietnam. Interesting fact: In 1917, Scott Air Force Base was opened just seven miles to the south of Lebanon. It was one of the very first of the new air bases in the country brought on by the onset of World War I. 90 years later, Scott Air Force Base continues strong as one of the largest employers in metropolitan St. Louis. Today, Scott houses three global command headquarters for the military. Many active and retired Air Force personnel make their homes in Lebanon. Attention all athletes: Progress is being made for some sports to resume in our area. Keep an eye out for updates on the school website and Facebook page. HS Bowling: Practice today, Bus leaves 3p.m. Attention: Any high school students interested in participating in Model UN, there will be an informational meeting Tuesday, Feb 9 at 1:05 in the library. Attention Seniors and Parents of Seniors! Feb 12 is the deadline to purchase a Senior Recognition Ad and it is also the last day to submit 4 Senior Photos for the yearbook. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Kashycke at kashycke2@lcusd9.org. CALENDAR: PICTURE RETAKES: TODAY in the LHS library Feb. 5th- 3rd Quarter Mid-term Feb. 10th- Midterms sent home Joke of the day: What did the ocean say to the pirate? Nothing, it just waved. Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
2 months ago, Nikki Waters
Josiah Munton
Attention Basketball Players: Junior High Boys Basketball Tryouts are today from 4-5pm. Junior High Girls Basketball is slated to begin March 8. High School Boys Basketball resumes practice today 5-6:30pm. High School Girls Basketball resumes practice tomorrow 5-6:30pm. All practices are currently in the LHS gym. Bring a mask and water bottle. Current physicals and forms are required for participation.
2 months ago, Josiah Munton
Josiah Munton
Due to inclement weather, Junior High boys basketball tryouts have been moved to tomorrow, Thursday, Jan 28 from 4-5pm in the high school gym. Please bring your physicals and paperwork at that time. Go Greyhounds!
3 months ago, Josiah Munton
Jeff Teasley
Good morning! Due to weather concerns, LCUSD 9 will be cancelling all sporting activities for today. Please stay on the lookout for scheduling updates/changes from your coaches!
3 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Patrick Keeney
Hello. Due to weather concerns meal pick up will end at 10:00am today. Please try to pick up before 10:00am at LES or LHS. If not able to make it today we will have the option for pick up tomorrow. Thank you!
3 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Nikki Waters
ATTENTION SPORTS PARENTS: ALL sports practice has been cancelled for today.
3 months ago, Nikki Waters
Josiah Munton
Junior High Boys 5th-8th grade: Basketball tryouts begin tomorrow from 4-5 in the high school gym. Current physicals and all paperwork must be in to try out. There is a Zoom Informational meeting tonight at 7pm. Meeting ID: 940 4251 3787 Passcode: Dqrdh5
3 months ago, Josiah Munton
Jeff Teasley
Attention LCUSD 9 families! Beginning Monday, February 1st, LCUSD 9 will be having 4 days of attendance for ALL students who have not signed up for remote learning. We will continue the same daily time schedules and days of in- person instruction on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday; with full remote on Wednesdays for ALL students. Please understand that we will try to social distance as best we can, but this will not be possible in many classrooms. We know that in order to stay open, our staff must social distance; whereas some students will not be able to. Also, it will not be possible to social distance on buses in the mornings and afternoons. We encourage families who are able, to ride or walk to school if you are concerned about the inability to social distance on buses.
3 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Jeff Teasley
Good afternoon to all of our students and families! Throughout February, LCUSD 9 will be celebrating Black History Month. The Black History Month theme for 2021 is "The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity." We would like to invite all of our district families to share with us some of your family pictures for display. You can share your pictures with either Mrs. Wyms or Mrs. Derber via their district email addresses, or bring in copies. We look forward to seeing them!
3 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Donna Wood
The Lebanon PTO president, Megan Casperson, presented Mrs. Moore and Ms. Lynn with gift cards. They coached the highest earning class for the WizFit Challenge held in December. Lebanon parent, Erin Nordmann coordinated this event.
3 months ago, Donna Wood
Josiah Munton
Attention Junior High Boys Basketball Players: Tuesday, Jan 26 there is an informational meeting at 7pm. Tryouts are scheduled for Jan 27 and 28 from 4-5pm. A current physical and all forms are required for participation. Topic: JH Boys Basketball Informational Meeting Time: Jan 26, 2021 07:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/94042513787?pwd=WXd2TXliYzdBQS9EOWpjbU1NUFUyQT09 Meeting ID: 940 4251 3787 Passcode: Dqrdh5
3 months ago, Josiah Munton
Josiah Munton
Attention high school bowlers: Practices are scheduled to resume tomorrow, Jan 26. Be here ready for a bus departure time of 3:00 pm. Go Greyhounds!
3 months ago, Josiah Munton
Jeannette Schorfheide
High school students are starting pre-registration this week. Please talk with your freshman, sophomore or junior student about their classes for next year. Students who fail a required gradation course as listed on the form or in the course description book can take it via ilvirtual.org for $95. Should they not take it online they must repeat the class next year before going on to the next level of the course. Students can view their grades on their "unofficial transcript" in Chalkable.
3 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Josiah Munton
Attention Junior High Girls Volleyball Players: There is a Zoom informational meeting tonight, Monday Jan 25, at 7pm for parents and players interested in junior high volleyball. Topic: Lebanon JH Volleyball Meeting Time: Jan 25, 2021 07:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada) https://zoom.us/j/96444286169?pwd=ZVp2dGpEdnhjcXRnMnoveFNUY3MxQT09 Meeting ID: 964 4428 6169 Passcode: s8yV86
3 months ago, Josiah Munton
Donna Wood
3 months ago, Donna Wood
Josiah Munton
The Lebanon Athletic Dept is aware of the recent announcements/changes by the Governor and IDPH regarding sports. We are reviewing information and waiting for updates by the IHSA/SIJHSAA and will get information out as we get more clarification. Go Greyhounds!
3 months ago, Josiah Munton
Jeff Teasley
Good morning!! Final Reminder from LCUSD 9: Beginning February 1st we will be combining "A" and "B" days, thus allowing 4 days of attendance for ALL students. We will continue the same daily time schedules and days of in person instruction on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday; with full remote on Wednesdays for all students. All currently in-person students will be enrolled automatically into 4 day attendance, and current remote learners will be automatically enrolled as remote students. If you want to change your student(s) status, you must contact the office TODAY by noon. Please understand that we will try to social distance in classrooms as best as possible, but this will not be possible in all classrooms. We know that in order to stay open, our staff must social distance; whereas some students will not be able to social distance.
3 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Friday, January 22nd, 2021 This Day in History: 2020 China locks down the city of Wuhan and its 11 million people, in an effort to control COVID-19 with a then official death toll of 17 and over 500 people ill Interesting fact: During the 1800s, Lebanon became a significant milling, distilling, brewing, and manufactory town. At one time, the town boasted nine saloons, five hotels, and a wide array of flour mills, distilleries, a brewery and saw mills. Attention Seniors and Parents of Seniors! Feb 12 is the deadline to purchase a Senior Recognition Ad and it is also the last day to submit 4 Senior Photos for the yearbook. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Kashycke at kashycke2@lcusd9.org. CALENDAR: Feb. 5th- 3rd Quarter Mid-term Feb. 10th- Midterms sent home Joke of the day: What did the dad buffalo say to his son when he left for school? Bison Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
3 months ago, Nikki Waters
Amy Venhaus
PTO Meeting TONIGHT @ 6:30! Feel free to join us via google meet or in person (we will be socially distanced and please wear a mask). Hope to see you there! Meeting ID meet.google.com/oiz-fork-kpd
3 months ago, Amy Venhaus
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Thursday, January 21st, 2021 This Day in History: 1930 Boston Bruins become first team in NHL history to score 100 goals in a season Interesting fact: In 1828, pioneer Methodists founded Lebanon Seminary, which in 1830 was renamed McKendree College. Today, as McKendree University, it is Illinois’ oldest college Attention Seniors and Parents of Seniors! Feb 12 is the deadline to purchase a Senior Recognition Ad and it is also the last day to submit 4 Senior Photos for the yearbook. The Senior Recognition paperwork has been sent home in report cards and it is also on the school webpage under. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Kashycke at kashycke2@lcusd9.org. Attention students: The Interact Club is having a speaker talk about mental health during the pandemic over zoom TODAY! Anyone is welcome to join. The zoom username is 7676757417. The passcode is 235227. If anyone has any questions they can contact Allison Corbitt or Essie Meeker. CALENDAR: Feb. 5th- 3rd Quarter Mid-term Feb. 10th- Midterms sent home Joke of the day: Why couldn't the pony sing the lullaby? She was a little horse. Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
3 months ago, Nikki Waters
Jeff Teasley
A reminder from District 9: Beginning February 1st we will be combining "A" and "B" days, thus allowing 4 days of attendance for ALL students. We will continue the same daily time schedules and days of in person instruction on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday; with full remote on Wednesdays for all students. All in-person students will be enrolled automatically into 4 day attendance, and current remote learners will be enrolled as remote students. If you want to change your student(s) status, you must contact the office by this Friday, January 22nd at Noon.
3 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Patrick Keeney
We will be keeping our current daily attendance schedule throughout the month of January. Beginning February 1st we will be combining "A" and "B" days, thus allowing 4 days of attendance for ALL students. We will continue the same daily time schedules and days of in person instruction on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday; with full remote on Wednesdays for all students. We will try to social distance as best as possible, but this will be more challenging with higher student numbers. We know that in order to stay open our staff must social distance; where as some students may not be able to social distance. Please keep this in mind when choosing in person or remote. Current in person students will be enrolled automatically into 4 day attendance as well as remote students will remain remote. If you want to change please contact your building principals by this Friday at Noon. Please remain flexible as these plans may change at any time.
3 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Jasen Foster
Picture retakes will take place on Tuesday 01/26 and Thursday 01/28. Be on the lookout for more information in the coming days.
3 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jeff Teasley
Attention LHS/LJHS students: Picture retake forms are in the office. Any student who wants to get a picture retake needs to stop in and get one filled out. Picture retakes are next week (January 26th and January 28th) at 8:00 AM in the library.
3 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Tuesday, January 19th, 2021 This Day in History: 1915 World War I: 4 people in Norfolk are killed in the 1st German Zeppelin air raid attack on the United Kingdom Interesting fact: 200 years ago, an original settlement was located to the south and east of the current city of Lebanon. Populated in 1814, Lebanon was incorporated as a town in May, 1857 and reorganized as a city in 1874. Attention Seniors and Parents of Seniors! Feb 12 is the deadline to purchase a Senior Recognition Ad and it is also the last day to submit 4 Senior Photos for the yearbook. The Senior Recognition paperwork has been sent home in report cards and it is also on the school webpage under. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Kashycke at kashycke2@lcusd9.org. CALENDAR: Feb. 5th- 3rd Quarter Mid-term Feb. 10th- Midterms sent home Joke of the day: What did one toilet say to the other? You look a bit flushed! Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
3 months ago, Nikki Waters
Lisa Hardy
THE LHS BOWLING IS HAVING A FUNDRAISER TO HELP GET LEBANON'S NAME ON A LANE AT ST CLAIR BOWL - IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN HELPING OUT, PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO ORDER! LET'S GO LHS BOWLING TEAM!! https://firstresponsegraphic.co/products/ols/categories/lebanon-bowling-fundraising
3 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Nikki Waters
Attention Seniors and Parents of Seniors! Feb 12 is the deadline to purchase a Senior Recognition Ad and it is also the last day to submit 4 Senior Photos for the yearbook. The Senior Recognition paperwork has been sent home in report cards and it is also on the school webpage under. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Kashycke at kashycke2@lcusd9.org.
3 months ago, Nikki Waters
Jasen Foster
“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” ― Martin Luther King, Jr.
3 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jasen Foster
01/18: Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Birthday- No School 01/21: PTO Meeting @6:30 in the LES Library
3 months ago, Jasen Foster
Donna Wood
3 months ago, Donna Wood
Jeannette Schorfheide
Jr high spirit dress up week hosted by Jr Honor Society
3 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Friday, January 15th, 2021 This Day in History: • 1892 Basketball rules first published in Triangle Magazine, written by James Naismith. It is the beginning of the sport and popularity sky-rocketted. Interesting fact: There are over 730 streets in the United States named after Martin Luther King, Jr. Attention Junior High Students: Today is Disney Day! I hope you all participated Winners will be announced next week. CALENDAR: Jan. 18 NO SCHOOL MLK DAY Joke of the day: Where do cows go on Friday nights? To the MOO-vies! Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
3 months ago, Nikki Waters
Donna Wood
Martin Luther King's birthday will be observed Monday, January 18, 2021.
3 months ago, Donna Wood
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Thursday, January 14th, 2021 Interesting fact: At the age of thirty-five, Martin Luther King, Jr., was the youngest man to have received the Nobel Peace Prize. When notified of his selection, he announced that he would turn over the prize money of $54,123 to the furtherance of the civil rights movement. Attention Junior High Students: Today is Spirit Day! I hope you all participated Friday- Disney Day- Dress up as your favorite Disney character Winners will be announced next week. Mrs. Seely’s email: jeseely@lcusd9.org Mr. Seely’s email: jseely@lcusd9.org CALENDAR: Jan. 18 NO SCHOOL MLK DAY Joke of the day: Why should you never accept a friend request from any Taco Bells? They’re nacho friends. Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
3 months ago, Nikki Waters
Kendra Kashycke
Attention Seniors and Senior Parents! The deadline to buy Senior ads and submit Senior photos is approaching. Get your photos and paperwork turned in by Friday, Feb 12! Email Mrs. Kashycke if you have any questions: kashycke2@lcusd9.org.
3 months ago, Kendra Kashycke
Jasen Foster
Just a friendly reminder that meal pick up is today until 11:00am at LHS and LES. We will also have a meal pick up at Summerfield Firehouse from 9:00-10:00am. Have a great day!
3 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jeff Teasley
Just a reminder to all LHS/LJHS students...Your teachers have daily office hours from 1:30-3:00 to assist you with answering questions about daily assignments, classroom policies, etc. Make sure to take advantage of these office hours and contact your teachers for help. You can email/message your teacher directly, look for their live Google Meet office hours on their classroom pages, or call the office at 537-4423 and we will help you get in contact with them!
3 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Monday, January 11th, 2021 Interesting fact: Martin Luther King, Jr. narrowly escaped an assassination attempt a decade before his death. On September 20, 1958, King was in Harlem signing copies of his new book, when he was stabbed with a letter opener. After hours of intense operation surgeons told King that just one sneeze could have punctured the aorta and killed him. Congratulations to the following January Students of the Month! Sr. Isaiah Cunningham Jr. Camela Sharp So. Ayden Wright Fr. Meadow Pier 8th Tina Li 7th Lincoln Hamm 6th Johanna Kraemer Attention Junior High Students: Today’s theme is Career Day! Tomorrow- Villain Day- Dress up as your favorite villain Thursday- Spirit Day- Go all out and wear your Lebanon gear Friday- Disney Day- Dress up as your favorite Disney character There will be a competition each day for the best outfit (voted on by NJHS members) with prizes awarded. Teachers and students (6th-8th) are eligible to enter. To enter, simply send a screenshot of you in your outfit to Mr. or Mrs. Seely. Winners will be announced the following week. Mrs. Seely’s email: jeseely@lcusd9.org Mr. Seely’s email: jseely@lcusd9.org CALENDAR: Jan. 18 NO SCHOOL MLK DAY Joke of the day: Why do seals swim in saltwater? Because pepper water makes them sneeze! Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
3 months ago, Nikki Waters
Jasen Foster
LES Students & Families, Purple Pride Wear on Tuesday 01/12 & Friday 01/15!!! Have a great weekend!
3 months ago, Jasen Foster
Lisa Hardy
Congratulation to our LHS 1st Semester Honor Roll students! Freshmen High Honor Roll 1st Semester - Allison Corbitt, Brooke Goetter, Dache' Johnson, Hannah Krumsieg, Katherine Mesarchik, Meadow Pier, Kendal Strozier Freshmen Regular Honor Roll 1st Semester - Samantha Amos, Tabitha Bauer, Ethan Berry, Thaily Gager, Mya Gates, Tyler Hohrein, Blake Hurley, Skylar Mathis, Breauna McQuade, Cardin Nguyen, Carson Powell, Victoreah Proctor, Devin Vinson, Robert Zimmerman Sophomore High Honor Roll 1st Semester - Tori Garcia Sophomore Regular Honor Roll 1st Semester - Hannah Berne, Coleman Cummins, Samantha Espique, Kevin Fertig, Mckenna Herbert, Elizabeth Kirkwood, Alexia Marwa, Grace Milcarek, Emily Nordmann, Dominic Roma, Jasmin Starns, John Suemnicht, Savannah Webster, Ayden Wright, Destiny Zeeb Juniors High Honor Roll 1st Semester - Lauren Gabel Juniors Regular Honor Roll 1st Semester - Jackson Cruthis, Ryleigh Goss, Lareina Knox, Jordan McGee, Bridget Sampson, Camela Sharp, Kyndal Stark, Jameson Strozier, Thea Weltzin Seniors High Honor Roll 1st Semester - Colin Berry, Joshua Fairlie, Grace Frey, Grace Krumsieg, Estelle Meeker, Brandon Meyer, Cambria Newsome, Marquis Pritchett Seniors Regular Honor Roll 1st Semester - Jade Bissonnette, Alex Burger, Isaiah Cunningham, Katherine Fertig, Luke Hatten, Ian Hearty, Kyle Hohrein, Tyla Johnson, Kaitlyn Joslin, Lorena Kraemer, Joshua Lamm, Alyssa Midgley, William Nordmann, Jacob Reeser, Xandra Rolves, Andrew Schulte, Jazmyne Stenner, Taylor Walker, Chase White
3 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Lisa Hardy
Congratulation to our LHS Honor Roll Students for 2nd Quarter: Freshmen High Honor Roll 2nd Quarter - Allison Corbitt, Dache' Johnson, Hannah Krumsieg, Katherine Mesarchik, Meadow Pier, Kendal Strozier Freshmen Regular Honor Roll 2nd Quarter - Tabitha Bauer, Ethan Berry, Thaily Gager, Mya Gates, Brooke Goetter, Blake Hurley, Skylar Mathis, Breauna McQuade, Cardin Nguyen, Carson Powell, Victoreah Proctor, Devin Vinson, Robert Zimmerman Sophomore Regular Honor Roll 2nd Quarter - Hannah Berne, Coleman Cummins, Samantha Espique, Kevin Fertig, Tori Garcia, Mckenna Herbert, Elizabeth Kirkwood, Frederick Kittstein, Lauren Magnussen, Matthew Malone, Alexia Marwa, Grace Milcarek, Emily Nordmann, Jasmin Starns, Savannah Webster, Ayden Wright, Destiny Zeeb Juniors High Honor Roll 2nd Quarter - Lauren Gabel, Thea Weltzin Juniors Regular Honor Roll 2nd Quarter - Jackson Cruthis, Ryleigh Goss, Lareina Knox, Jordan McGee, Kyndal Stark, Jameson Strozier Seniors High Honor Roll 2nd Quarter - Colin Berry, Joshua Fairlie, Kathryn Fertig, Grace Frey, Grace Krumsieg, Estelle Meeker, Cambria Newsome, Marquis Pritchett Seniors Regular Honor Roll 2nd Quarter - Jade Bissonnette, Alex Burger, Isaiah Cunningham, Katherine Fertig, Luke Hatten, Ian Hearty, Tyla Johnson, Tyler Joshu, Kaitlyn Joslin, Lorena Kraemer, Joshua Lamm, Brandon Meyer, Alyssa Midgley, William Nordmann, Jacob Reeser, Xandra Rolves, Andrew Schulte, Jazmyne Stenner, Jada Thomas, Taylor Walker, Chase White
3 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Lisa Hardy
Congratulations to 2nd Quarter Honor Roll Students for LJHS Sixth Grade High Honor Roll: Bella Akley, Joseph Corbitt, Ava Dannenbrink, Britney Davenport, Noah Hendricks, Sophi Joshu, Kyle Noud, Savanah Pontious, Amaya Russell, Aaron Suydam, Jacob Suydam Sixth Grade Regular Honor Roll: Reighlynn DeMello, Evan Hardy, Blake Johnson, Johanna Kraemer, Carlee Ripperda, Cooper Roberts, Rowan Tawney Seventh Grade High Honor Roll: Kamron Daniel, Amare Ells, Bryce Gager, Lincoln Hamm, Audrey Lamm, Seventh Grade Regular Honor Roll: Colin Adams, Brayson Britsch, Braden Carroll, Blake Goetter, Takira Johnson, Wade Konieczny, Abigail Lands, Payton Tawney Eighth Grade High Honor Roll: Delilah Akley, Timothy Bielong, Zora Boggs, Lily Joslin, Tina Li, Emilia Morales, Ava Schmolllinger, Lynn Shirley, Zachary Wilson Eighth Grade Regular Honor Roll: Nicholas Burger, Ian Cappello, Chloe Ennor, Jack Henss, Cole Naumann, Tyler Nordmann, Jarimiah Proctor
3 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Jeannette Schorfheide
Students who failed English, math or history first semester can take credit recovery classes online at ilvirtual.org. Email Mrs. Schorfheide for more information, jschorfheide@lcusd9.org.
3 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Friday, January 8th, 2021 WELCOME BACK! We hope you had a safe and happy holiday break. Fun fact: The Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial was originally supposed to open on August 22, 2011. The date was moved to October 16, 2011 due to damages from Hurricane Irene. Attention Junior High Students: Next week will be a back to school dress up week: Monday, Jan. 11- Career day- dress up as your dream job or favorite teacher Tuesday, Jan. 12- Villain Day- Dress up as your favorite villain Thursday, Jan 14- Spirit Day- Go all out and wear your Lebanon gear Friday, Jan 15- Disney Day- Dress up as your favorite Disney character There will be a competition each day for the best outfit (voted on by NJHS members) with prizes awarded. Teachers and students (6th-8th) are eligible to enter. To enter, simply send a screenshot of you in your outfit to Mr. or Mrs. Seely. Winners will be announced the following week. Mrs. Seely’s email: jeseely@lcusd9.org Mr. Seely’s email: jseely@lcusd9.org CALENDAR: Jan. 18 NO SCHOOL MLK DAY Joke of the day: Why did the girl keep her trumpet out in the snow? She liked playing cool jazz. Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
3 months ago, Nikki Waters
Amy Venhaus
Shout out to the LJHS/LHS Employees of the Month! Thanks for all you do! ♥ We appreciate you♥
3 months ago, Amy Venhaus
Nikki Waters
CONGRATULATIONS to our Students of the Month January Students of The Month Sr. Isaiah Cunningham Jr. Camela Sharp So. Ayden Wright Fr. Meadow Pier 8th Tina Li 7th Lincoln Hamm 6th Johanna Kraemer
3 months ago, Nikki Waters
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Thursday, January 7th, 2021 WELCOME BACK! We hope you had a safe and happy holiday break. Fun fact: Martin Luther King Jr. was imprisoned nearly 30 times. According to the King Center, the civil rights leader went to jail 29 times. He was arrested for acts of civil disobedience and on trumped-up charges, such as when he was jailed in Montgomery, Alabama, in 1956 for driving 30 miles per hour in a 25-mile-per-hour zone. Attention Junior High Students: Next week will be a back to school dress up week: Monday, Jan. 11- Career day- dress up as your dream job or favorite teacher Tuesday, Jan. 12- Villain Day- Dress up as your favorite villain Thursday, Jan 14- Spirit Day- Go all out and wear your Lebanon gear Friday, Jan 15- Disney Day- Dress up as your favorite Disney character There will be a competition each day for the best outfit (voted on by NJHS members) with prizes awarded. Teachers and students (6th-8th) are eligible to enter. To enter, simply send a screenshot of you in your outfit to Mr. or Mrs. Seely. Winners will be announced the following week. Mrs. Seely’s email: jeseely@lcusd9.org Mr. Seely’s email: jseely@lcusd9.org CALENDAR: TODAY: Report cards sent home Jan. 18 NO SCHOOL MLK DAY Joke of the day: What is a snowman's favorite food? Ice Krispy treats. Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
3 months ago, Nikki Waters
Jeannette Schorfheide
Good morning LHS. This is a reminder that tomorrow is the last day to make schedule changes. Please remember students must have a written note or an email to make the changes. Phone calls are not permitted. Also, preregistration will start soon. Start thinking about the classes you want next year.
3 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Patrick Keeney
Hello. Just a friendly reminder that meal pick up is today until 11:00am at LHS and LES. We will also have a meal pick up at Summerfield Firehouse from 9:00-10:00am. As a reminder, meals are FREE for all students including regular pay and reduced pay. Please take advantage of this FREE meal program. Make it a great day!
3 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Jasen Foster
Parents/Guardians, In an attempt to organize and accelerate the pick-up process after school each day, I would like to gather some information from you all. If your child will be a REGULAR parent pick-up in the afternoons, you will be provided with a Car Rider Tag to hang from your rearview mirror. Please email the building secretary, Ann-Marie Vandeloo at amv@lcusd9.org. I need you to communicate to her your: child(ren)'s name, grade, and teacher. If you have multiple students attending LES, list all of them. We will give the Car Rider Tag to the eldest student here. If you can communicate that to her by this Thursday, we will be able to distribute those tags to your student(s) on Friday and Monday. There will be an example Car Rider Tag attached to the tag that you will receive. Feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions in regards to this process. Thank you.
3 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jasen Foster
Welcome Back Note from Nurse Tracie
3 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jeff Teasley
Materials/Textbook pickup for all 2nd semester-only classes takes place today from 12:00-4:00 today. Students may also drop off materials from their first semester classes during this time period as well. This pick-up time is especially important for students who are remote learners for 3rd quarter, or who attend classes on 'B' days. Students who are enrolled in the following classes should be picking up materials today: Driver Ed Health Civics Psychology Geography World History Art History Greek Mythology CP English Art 3
3 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Jeannette Schorfheide
High school students who wish to make a schedule change must have a parent note. No note not changes, phone calls will not be allowed per handbook. Changes will only be allowed Tuesday and Wednesday of this week.
3 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeff Teasley
Happy New Year! Attention all 6th-12th students who have a 2nd semester-only class: Pick up of supplies/materials for your new class will be on Monday, January 4th, from 12:00-4:00 in the HS gym. Please enter through the rear (South) entrance of the gymnasium for materials. Thanks to all of you who returned your 1st semester-only class materials! We are still missing materials/textbooks from some of our students who had 1st semester-only classes. It is critical that these items be returned to ensure that all students have the materials they need to begin their 2nd semester classes. If you still need to return items to us, you may bring them to the office on Monday morning, or bring them with you when you come to pick up the materials for your 2nd semester class from 12:00-4:00. Thank you for your help!!
3 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Jasen Foster
Dear LCUSD9 Families and Staff, While this school year has been a challenge, I hope you have many things for which you are thankful this holiday season. I am personally grateful for: Our D9 students who have demonstrated positive attitudes as they navigate new learning models and protocols, Our D9 parents who have changed their schedules and work in partnership with staff, Our teachers, certified staff, and support staff for their extra efforts and willingness to adapt lessons and job responsibilities, Nurse Tracie who works many hours to help students and families stay well, Our custodial and building staff for keeping buildings clean, sanitized, and safe, Our technology department who ensure tools are available for remote learning, Our board of education for their leadership, and Our community who supports public education and our schools. This has been a challenging year for everyone. When faced with challenges and crises, it is more important than ever to share gratitude and express thanks. I encourage you to reach out to someone in D9 to share your gratitude. It could be a teacher, a staff member, or a fellow parent who supports or inspires you. By doing so we will not only continue to get through this together, but we will help one another thrive in the face of this year’s challenges. Please be safe over this holiday season. We can't wait to have the students return to campus on Tuesday 01/05/21! LCUSD9 Administrative Team (Mr. Keeney, Mr. Teasley, & Mr. Foster)
4 months ago, Jasen Foster
Amy Venhaus
Congrats to our LJHS/ LHS December Students of the Month! Senior: Grace Krumsieg Junior: Thea Weltzin Sophomore: Grace Milcarek Freshman: Dache Johnson 8th: Emilia Morales 7th: Kameron Daniel 6th: Deion Washington Way to go! Keep up the good work!
4 months ago, Amy Venhaus
Nikki Waters
Holiday Spirit Week-PJ Day
4 months ago, Nikki Waters
Nikki Waters
Ugly Sweater Day Success
4 months ago, Nikki Waters
Nikki Waters
Holiday Spirit Week
4 months ago, Nikki Waters
Nikki Waters
Holiday Spirit Week
4 months ago, Nikki Waters
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Friday, December 18th, 2020 7 more days until Christmas Fun fact:Nearly six million dollars are spent during the holiday season on ugly Christmas sweaters. LAST DAY TO GET YOUR GREEN CARDS IN!! CALENDAR: TODAY - End of the Quarter Monday December 21 thru Monday January 4 - NO SCHOOL - Christmas Break Joke of the day: What does Santa clean his sleigh with? Santatizer! Thanks and have a great Winter Break greyhounds!
4 months ago, Nikki Waters
Nikki Waters
Holiday Spirit Week
4 months ago, Nikki Waters
Kendra Kashycke
Ugly sweater day at the Jr. High and High School!
4 months ago, Kendra Kashycke
Jasen Foster
Below is the Zoom link for WizFit Challenge ending celebration! Please plan to join us on tonight at 6:30 PM. Thank you. Harlem Wizards WizFit Challenge is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: WizFit Challenge Graduation Time: Dec 17, 2020 06:30 PM Eastern Time Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88087123745 Meeting ID: 880 8712 3745
4 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jasen Foster
LES Parents, A reminder that any students in possession of a district issued I-Pad must have their device turned into the school by 3:30 PM on Friday, December 18th. The chargers DO NOT need to be brought in with the device for this process. The technology department needs them in order to perform maintenance check and update them. Any I-Pads not submitted at that time will not receive the updated apps and configurations. Thank you.
4 months ago, Jasen Foster
Mrs. Wyms
Jr/High school ugly sweater day!
4 months ago, Mrs. Wyms
Jeff Teasley
Just a friendly reminder that the remote learning sign-up list is currently active. If you are planning for your LCUSD 9 student to be a remote learner during the 3rd quarter, please sign them up soon. The deadline for sign-up is tomorrow! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1WordvHRIMJ3MTpZJdieCeRfhmnggDHBmNsRJnEy52cc/edit
4 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Amy Venhaus
Congrats to the LJHS and LHS November Employees of the Month! Thanks for all you do!
4 months ago, Amy Venhaus
Jasen Foster
Good Morning LES Families! On the evening of Monday, December 21, 2020, from 6:00-7:00 PM the LES PTO and Title I program will be sponsoring the "LES Drive-Thru Hot Cocoa Party!" This drive-thru will flow very similar to the reverse parade that we held back in August. The only difference will be that it will take place in the front parking lot instead of the back lot this time. As vehicles pull through the parking lot and proceed around. There will be greeters waving to the vehicles. We will have baggies prepared to handout to every child in each vehicle, whether they are LES or not! Also, there just might be somebody special in the line waving to the vehicles. Just like last time, we are asking you to remain inside of your vehicles and don't stop to have individual conversations, so as not to hold up the procession. Hope to see all LES families roll through here on Monday evening between 6:00-7:00 PM. Have a great day! Thank you.
4 months ago, Jasen Foster
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Thursday, December 17th, 2020 8 more days until Christmas Fun fact: In the 1800s, artificial Christmas trees were made from dyed goose feathers or the stuff hula skirts were made from – green raffia. The FFA is selling t-shirts, crewneck sweatshirts, and hoodies. The prices are 15.00 for t-shirts, crewneck sweatshirts are 20.00, and hoodies are 25.00. All money is due TODAY. If you would like one please contact Ms.Wasser or a member of FFA. ATTENTION: Students who want to make a schedule change for next semester can email Mrs. Schorfheide YOUR GREEN CARDS ARE DUE!! CALENDAR: Attention All Students and Staff: HOLIDAY SPIRIT WEEK THIS WEEK!!! TODAY – WEAR YOUR UGLY CHRISTMAS SWEATER/OUTFIT DECEMBER 18 - WEAR YOUR CHRISTMAS PJ’S Friday December 18 - End of the Quarter Monday December 21 thru Monday January 4 - NO SCHOOL - Christmas Break Joke of the day: Who is the king of Santa's rock and roll helpers? Elfis! (Thank you, thank you very much!) Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
4 months ago, Nikki Waters
Jeff Teasley
Reminder to all students who have a 1st semester only class such as Health, Civics, Consumer Ed, Computer Concepts, Keyboarding, Driver Ed, etc.!! Return of books/materials is today from 11:00-4:00 through the rear entrance of the HS gym. Make sure you have all materials for return. Don't forget your mask!
4 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Jasen Foster
Meal pick up today until 11:00 at Lebanon High School and Lebanon Elementary School. Also meal pick up at Summerfield until 10:00 at Fireman's Hall. Hope to see you soon.
4 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jeff Teasley
Good Morning!! Below is the link to sign your LCUSD #9 student(s) as a remote learner for the 3rd quarter. If you have not signed up your student(s), we will assume they will be attending classes starting January 5th. Please fill out the form for each of your student(s) who will be a remote learner. Please sign your student(s) up by noon on Friday of this week. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1WordvHRIMJ3MTpZJdieCeRfhmnggDHBmNsRJnEy52cc/edit
4 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Patrick Keeney
Hello. The end of the semester is approaching fast and we will once again open up student in-person choice. Next semester will begin with the same current blended A & B attendance schedule. Students that are eligible for 2 days of in person will remain in that format. Students with special needs or at risk will also have the same current choice of 4 days of in person per week. All students will remain in their current plan unless you need to change from remote to in-person instruction. Please contact your building principals only if you plan to CHANGE to in-person or at anytime want to change to full remote. In person choice will remain open until Friday, 12/18 at noon. We will continue to monitor Covid numbers closely and determine if changes of in person attendance are needed. Please remain flexible as plans may change quickly at anytime. We know that part time attendance is difficult but this model has helped us continue to keep our doors open. Happy Holidays!
4 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Nikki Waters
More holiday spirit week hat/sock fun
4 months ago, Nikki Waters
Nikki Waters
More fun on hat/sock day
4 months ago, Nikki Waters
Nikki Waters
Holiday Spirit Week Fun on Hat/Sock Day
4 months ago, Nikki Waters
Nikki Waters
A little Holiday Spirit Week from the Junior High and High School
4 months ago, Nikki Waters
Theresa Dimaria
Some stop action animations in Environmental Science!
4 months ago, Theresa Dimaria
Theresa Dimaria
Some stop action animations in Environmental Science!
4 months ago, Theresa Dimaria
Jeff Teasley
Tomorrow, Wednesday Dec. 16th, will be the book/materials return for all first semester only classes at LHS/LJHS. Books/materials can be returned from 11:00 - 4:00. Parents/students who are returning materials should enter through the LHS/LJHS South/Rear entrance. Please make sure you have all items with you before you make returns. If you have any questions about what you need to return, please contact your classroom teacher. Second semester class book/ material pick ups for remote students will be on January 4th 2021, from 8:00 - 12:00.
4 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Tuesday, December 15th, 2020 10 more days until Christmas Fun fact: The Rubik Cube, the largest selling Christmas toy in 1980, sold for $1.99, but now sells for nearly $10. Lebanon Junior High Honor Society: There will be a VIRTUAL meeting on Wednesday, December 16th at 1:00 The FFA is selling t-shirts, crewneck sweatshirts, and hoodies. The prices are 15.00 for t-shirts, crewneck sweatshirts are 20.00, and hoodies are 25.00. All money is due December 17. If you would like one please contact Ms.Wasser or a member of FFA. ATTENTION: Students who want to make a schedule change for next semester can email Mrs. Schorfheide YOUR GREEN CARDS ARE DUE!! CALENDAR: Attention All Students and Staff: HOLIDAY SPIRIT WEEK THIS WEEK!!! TODAY – CHRISTMAS/HOLIDAY SOCK AND HAT DAY DECEMBER 16 - REMOTE LEARNING DAY DECEMBER 17 – WEAR YOUR UGLY CHRISTMAS SWEATER/OUTFIT DECEMBER 18 - WEAR YOUR CHRISTMAS PJ’S Wednesday December 16 - Junior High Honor Society Virtual Meeting 1:00PM Friday December 18 - End of the Quarter Monday December 21 thru Monday January 4 - NO SCHOOL - Christmas Break Joke of the day: What do elves do after school? A. Their gnome work. Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
4 months ago, Nikki Waters
Donna Wood
Happy Holiday from LCUSD #9
4 months ago, Donna Wood
Amy Venhaus
Please join us Thursday, December 17th @3:15 for a PTO meeting. https://meet.google.com/jme-nxhe-nvj
4 months ago, Amy Venhaus
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Monday, December 14th, 2020 11 more days until Christmas Fun fact: While shopping during the Christmas season, shoppers use their credit cards more than six thousand times every minute! Lebanon Junior High Honor Society: There will be a VIRTUAL meeting on Wednesday, December 16th at 1:00 ATTENTION: Students who want to make a schedule change for next semester can email Mrs. Schorfheide from now until Christmas break with the specific change they want. After the break you will be required to have a parent note. YOUR GREEN CARDS ARE DUE!! CALENDAR: Attention All Students and Staff: HOLIDAY SPIRIT WEEK THIS WEEK!!! TODAY WEAR RED, GREEN, OR WHITE DECEMBER 15 – CHRISTMAS/HOLIDAY SOCK AND HAT DAY DECEMBER 16 - REMOTE LEARNING DAY DECEMBER 17 – WEAR YOUR UGLY CHRISTMAS SWEATER/OUTFIT DECEMBER 18 - WEAR YOUR CHRISTMAS PJ’S Friday December 18 - End of the Quarter Monday December 21 thru Monday January 4 - NO SCHOOL - Christmas Break Joke of the day: What do you get when you combine a Christmas tree with an iPad? A pineapple! Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
4 months ago, Nikki Waters
Jasen Foster
Mrs. Moore's and Mr. Stark's classes won the Purple Pride & Christmas recital attire challenge on 12/11/2020!
4 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jasen Foster
Both Mrs. Clemens' and Mrs. Barnouski's classes won the Purple Pride challenge on 12/08/2020!
4 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jasen Foster
Greetings LES Parents! The WizFit Challenge concludes on Monday 12/14. Get on and participate if you haven't had a chance to yet. Students can wear their Christmas themed pajamas next week on Tuesday and Friday! There will be a PTO meeting on Thursday at 3:15 in the LES library. There will be a link sent out so that you can participate virtually if choose to. Friday 12/18 is the last day of the 2nd quarter. All work should be submitted to your child's teacher at that time. Please communicate with your child's teacher about their late/missing work policy. Don't forget to turn in your child's I-Pad before the beginning of Winter Break for maintenance and updating purposes. Winter Break dates are 12/21-01/01. There will be no student attendance during that time. There is a Teacher's Institute Day on Monday 01/04. There will be no student attendance on that day. Student attendance will resume on Tuesday, January 5, 2021. Happy Holidays from the faculty and staff members of Lebanon Elementary School! Have a great weekend! Thank you.
4 months ago, Jasen Foster
Nikki Waters
Hello Lebanon Jr High and High School Parents. Green cards were sent home with each progress reports in November. We need parents to fill out and return to the office next week. The following students still have not turned one in. Thank you! 6th: Blanchard Chambers Chavalier DeMello Durbin Hardy Hayslett Hendricks Johnson Lehan Perry Roberts Taylor Washington 7th: Adams Anderson Baer Biggs Britsch Cramer-Herrera Daniel Diebel Ells,Aidan Erb Goetter Humphries Johnson,L Keller Kittstein Lands Linkey, CH Linkey,Cam McCauley Monroe Nunn Rappold Thurston Tiffany Whicker Williams Zuber 8th: Bielong Burklow Cappello Carrell Dowell Durbin Faulkner-Weeks Fenton Foxworthy Gross Fresh.: Barnes Berry Eckert Forth Foss Gates Harris Hatten Hayslett Hernandez Hurley Johnson Mathis McQuade Morrissey Nguyen O'Neal Penn Peters Price Skinner Steele Thurston Townzen Turner Vinson Walker Wease Williams Wright Zimmerman Zuber Soph: Cummins Foxworthy Herbert Hernandez Hill Keller Kirkwood,CH Kirkwood,E. Knopp Linkey Magnussen Malone Milcarek Nordmann,Wy O'Neal, Sc Okal Penn, Sh Roma Shaffer Starns Washington Watts, D Webster Wren Zeeb,D Zeeb,K Jr: Acheson Astrauskas Cruthis Eckert Gabel Goss Gross Hoock Hudson Johnson,J Knox McGee Skinner Stark Strozier Watts Weltzin Sr.: Berry Bissonnette Cunningham Forth Gandy Hatten Hearty,A Hearty,I Joslin Leonard-Hernandez Meyer Newsome Pritchett Prosise Reeser Schulte Skinner Stenner Terrell Thomas Walker White
4 months ago, Nikki Waters
Amy Venhaus
Cheers to our LES December Employees of the Month! ♥ We appreciate all you do ♥
4 months ago, Amy Venhaus
Kendra Kashycke
Ms. Hamm’s 5th grade class works on 1-point perspective cityscapes with Ms. Kashycke in art this week.
4 months ago, Kendra Kashycke
Kendra Kashycke
Mr. Stark’s 4th grade class learned about Frida Kahlo in art with Ms. Kashycke. They made their own Frida CAThlo paintings!
4 months ago, Kendra Kashycke
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Friday, December 11th, 2020 14 more days until Christmas Fun fact: Twenty-eight sets of LEGOS are sold every second during the Christmas season. Lebanon Junior High Honor Society: There will be a VIRTUAL meeting on Wednesday, December 16th at 1:00 Attention: LJHS and LHS will be hosting a canned food drive for the Lebanon Food pantry NEXT WEEK! Please bring your items to the commons. Let’s see how much we can collect. Tis the Season for giving… ATTENTION: Students who want to make a schedule change for next semester can email Mrs. Schorfheide from now until Christmas break with the specific change they want. After the break you will be required to have a parent note. YOUR GREEN CARDS ARE DUE!! CALENDAR: Attention All Students and Staff: HOLIDAY SPIRIT WEEK NEXT WEEK!!! DECEMBER 14 - WEAR RED, GREEN, OR WHITE DECEMBER 15 – CHRISTMAS/HOLIDAY SOCK AND HAT DAY DECEMBER 16 – NO SCHOOL NJHS Virtual Meeting @ 1:00P.M. DECEMBER 17 – WEAR YOUR UGLY CHRISTMAS SWEATER/OUTFIT DECEMBER 18 - WEAR YOUR CHRISTMAS PJ’S Friday December 18 - End of the Quarter Monday December 21 thru Monday January 4 - NO SCHOOL - Christmas Break Joke of the day: What did the stamp say to the Christmas card? Stick with me and we’ll go places! Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
4 months ago, Nikki Waters
Donna Wood
Happy Holidays from LES! https://youtu.be/5I2BJX266W8
4 months ago, Donna Wood
Jasen Foster
LES Families, As previously communicated on Tuesday, the district's technology department will perform a regularly scheduled bi-annual maintenance check on them and update them over the Winter Break. For safety and sanitary reasons, please place your I-Pad in a gallon storage bag or plastic bag, with your student's and teacher's names attached to it. Remote students should bring their I-Pads to the school no later than 3:30 PM on Friday 12/18. At that time the office will be closed for the winter break. I understand that students that attend in-person on A only days may have more work to complete up until the end of the week. Parents, if you need to hold onto the device until the end of the week, that is fine. But please communicate that to your child's teacher. The office will be open until Friday at 3:30. Students that attend school on Friday (B-days) can just plan to leave their I-Pads at school with their teachers at the end of the day. Parents, the chargers DO NOT need to be brought in with the devices to perform this update and maintenance check. If your student's I-Pad is not turned in before the break, it will not receive an update and maintenance check until after it is returned at the end of the school year. Your student will receive the same I-Pad back upon their return on the 1st week of January.
4 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jeff Teasley
Attention all LCUSD 9 students who are enrolled in a 1st semester-only class!! Book/material drop off will take place on Wednesday, December 16th. Supply drop off will be done through the back entrance of the HS gymnasium. Remember to wear your masks when you come to drop off materials. Some of your teachers may be asking you for materials prior to Wednesday.
4 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Jasen Foster
Meal pick up today until 11:00 at Lebanon High School and Lebanon Elementary School. Also meal pick up at Summerfield until 10:00 at Fireman's Hall. Hope to see you soon.
4 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jasen Foster
Greetings LES Families! We really need the participation with the WizFit Challenge to increase. We don't have many students participating yet. We really need you all to get registered AND to watch the videos! You get FREE items just for watching the videos! The challenge ends on 12/14/2020. Let's go Greyhounds!!!
4 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jasen Foster
Any LES students that are in possession of a District #9 provided I-Pad will be required to bring in and leave the device with their teacher on their last day of attendance next week. The district's technology department will perform a regularly scheduled bi-annual maintenance check on them and update them over the Winter Break. Your student will receive the same I-Pad back upon their return on the 1st week of January. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation with this process.
4 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jasen Foster
LES families: If you receive a request for a Two-Factor Authentication code, you need to bring your iPad to LES to let our tech support correct the issue. Questions or concerns, please call the office - 537-4553. Thank you.
4 months ago, Jasen Foster
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Tuesday, December 8th, 2020 17 more days until Christmas Fun fact: Christmas trees are grown in all 50 states including Hawaii and Alaska, but California, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Michigan, North Carolina, Washington, and Wisconsin are the top Christmas tree producing states in the U.S. ATTENTION: Students who want to make a schedule change for next semester can email Mrs. Schorfheide from now until Christmas break with the specific change they want. After the break you will be required to have a parent note. YOUR GREEN CARDS ARE DUE!! They were sent home with progress reports and should be filled out and returned to the office. Please get them turned in immediately. CALENDAR: Attention All Students and Staff: HOLIDAY SPIRIT WEEK NEXT WEEK!!! DECEMBER 14 - WEAR RED, GREEN, OR WHITE DECEMBER 15 – CHRISTMAS/HOLIDAY SOCK AND HAT DAY DECEMBER 16 – NO SCHOOL DECEMBER 17 – WEAR YOUR UGLY CHRISTMAS SWEATER/OUTFIT DECEMBER 18 - WEAR YOUR CHRISTMAS PJ’S Friday December 18 - End of the Quarter Monday December 21 thru Monday January 4 - NO SCHOOL - Christmas Break Joke of the day: What does a grumpy sheep say at Christmas? “Baaaa humbug!” Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
4 months ago, Nikki Waters
Joanie Thole
Happy Holidays Everyone
4 months ago, Joanie Thole
Jasen Foster
Don't forget that tomorrow and Friday are Purple Pride Days! Wear your favorite Lebanon Greyhound gear!
4 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jasen Foster
Hi Lebanon Elementary Families We're almost through the WizFit Challenge and we still need your help! Please continue to spread the word to your friends and family so that we hit our goal of $10000 for the school. And don't forget that if we hit our goal we will have a school-wide pizza party! At $1000 there will be extra recess for each grade level. At $5000 we'll have a school wide movie & popcorn. At $7500 Mr. Foster will get pie in the face by the highest earner in each grade level & their teacher ! We can do it with your help! If you haven't registered your child, please do so (by clicking this link https://wizfitchallenge.harlemwizards.com/admin.asp) as it's not too late! REMEMBER WHEN YOU REGISTER YOU WIN A FREE HARLEM WIZARD'S BRACELET Please continue to encourage your child to watch and participate in all 6 exclusive interactive WizFit video episodes so they can complete the WizFit Challenge and earn a free Harlem Wizards face mask, headband, and customized award certificate. Earn these slamtastic prizes shown below for achieving fundraising milestones! Thanks for your continued support! Lebanon Elementary How to Register REGISTER your student(s) on https://wizfitchallenge.harlemwizards.com/admin.asp. It takes just a couple of minutes! Then SHARE your child's fundraising page with your friends and family using the convenient SHARE tools provided GIVE a donation if you are able to give. Regardless of funds raised, all students get to participate, have fun and earn free prizes including a Harlem Wizards registration bracelet!
4 months ago, Jasen Foster
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Monday, December 7th, 2020 18 more days until Christmas Fun fact: It is believed Germany began the tradition of the Christmas tree. Additionally, tinsel, which was once made of actual silver, is traced to 1610 in Germany. ATTENTION: Students who want to make a schedule change for next semester can email Mrs. Schorfheide from now until Christmas break with the specific change they want. After the break you will be required to have a parent note. Congrats to our December Students of The Month! Sr. Grace Krumsieg Jr. Thea Weltzin So. Grace Milcarek Fr. Dache Johnson 8th Emilia Morales 7th Kameron Daniel 6th Deion Washington YOUR GREEN CARDS ARE DUE!! Please get them turned in immediately. Attention Drivers: Notices will start going out this week for any vehicles parked in the lot without proper information turned in to the office. CALENDAR: HOLIDAY SPIRIT WEEK NEXT WEEK!!! DECEMBER 14 - WEAR RED, GREEN, OR WHITE DECEMBER 15 – CHRISTMAS/HOLIDAY SOCK AND HAT DAY DECEMBER 16 – NO SCHOOL DECEMBER 17 – WEAR YOUR UGLY CHRISTMAS SWEATER/OUTFIT DECEMBER 18 - WEAR YOUR CHRISTMAS PJ’S Friday December 18 - End of the Quarter Monday December 21 thru Monday January 4 - NO SCHOOL - Christmas Break Joke of the day: What happens if you eat Christmas decorations? You get tinselitus Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
4 months ago, Nikki Waters
Jeff Teasley
This week, the 6th-10th graders will be taking Aimsweb tests during their Health or PE class. Students, please look for a message in your Google Classroom. Also, if you are at home and will need your username and password, check your email, Mrs. Thole was going to send those out this weekend. Also, show your school spirit this week!! Wear your Lebanon gear Tuesday and Friday!
4 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Jasen Foster
Families! Let's have a few spirit wear days during the next couple of weeks to round out the quarter! Tuesday 12/08: Purple Pride- Class with the highest percentage of participation will receive a treat/award! Friday 12/11: Purple Pride- Class with the highest percentage of participation will receive a treat/award! Tuesday 12/15: Christmas Pajamas Friday 12/18: Christmas Pajamas Thank you! Happy Holidays!
4 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jasen Foster
With Love for the Holiday Season from the LES Pre-K Classes!!!
4 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jasen Foster
Hi Lebanon Elementary Families, We're about halfway through the WizFit Challenge and we still need your help! Please continue to spread the word to your friends and family so that we hit our goal of $10000 for the school. And don't forget that if we hit our goal we will have a school-wide pizza party! At $1000 there will be extra recess for each grade level. At $5000 we'll have a school wide movie & popcorn. At $7500 Mr. Foster will get pie in the face by the highest earner in each grade level & their teacher ! We can do it with your help! If you haven't registered your child, please do so (by clicking th is link https://wizfitchallenge.harlemwizards.com/admin.asp) as it's not too late! REMEMBER WHEN YOU REGISTER YOU WIN A FREE HARLEM WIZARD'S BRACELET Please continue to encourage your child to watch and participate in all 6 exclusive interactive WizFit video episodes so they can complete the WizFit Challenge and earn a free Harlem Wizards face mask, headband, and customized award certificate. Earn the slamtastic prizes shown below for achieving fundraising milestones! Thanks for your continued support! Lebanon Elementary School How to Register: REGISTER your student(s) on https://wizfitchallenge.harlemwizards.com/admin.asp. It takes just a couple of minutes! Then SHARE your child's fundraising page with your friends and family using the convenient SHARE tools provided GIVE a donation if you are able to give. Regardless of funds raised, all students get to participate, have fun and earn free prizes including a Harlem Wizards registration bracelet!
4 months ago, Jasen Foster
Nikki Waters
ATTENTION LEBANON PARENTS: Green Cards were sent home with your student's progress report in November. Those need to be filled out and returned to school before we leave for Christmas break. Parents of remote students can drop them off at the office, email a picture to nwaters@lcusd9.org or mail it to 200 West Schuetz Street, Lebanon, IL 62254
4 months ago, Nikki Waters
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Thursday, December 3rd, 2020 22 more days until Christmas Fun fact: If you received all the gifts from the song “The Twelve Days of Christmas” you would have 364 presents. ATTENTION: Students who want to make a schedule change for next semester can email Mrs. Schorfheide from now until Christmas break with the specific change they want. After the break you will be required to have a parent note. Attention Staff: Stop by the library to grab a sweet treat and enter in the December giveaway. YOUR GREEN CARDS ARE DUE!! Please get them turned in immediately. Attention Drivers: Notices will start going out this week for any vehicles parked in the lot without proper information turned in to the office. CALENDAR: Friday December 18 - End of the Quarter Monday December 21 thru Monday January 4 - NO SCHOOL - Christmas Break Joke of the day: What music do Santa’s elves like the best? “Wrap music! Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
4 months ago, Nikki Waters
Jasen Foster
The Harlem Wizards WizFit Challenge is underway! We have prizes and rewards available for all of our students. They are having a blast learning fun fitness exercises, basketball tricks, and character from Wizard superstars Swoop and Broadway! We really need your help to spread the word so we can hit our goal of $10000 Please continue to share with friends and family through email and Facebook using the convenient share tools. And remember to tag your school and PTO. If you haven't registered your child, please do so (by clicking this link https://wizfitchallenge.harlemwizards.com/admin.asp) as it's not too late! REMEBER WHEN YOU REGISTER YOU WIN A FREE HARLEM WIZARD'S BRACELET If we hit our school goal we will have a schoolwide pizza party! At $1000 there will be extra recess for each grade level. At $5000 we'll have a school wide movie & popcorn. At $7500 Mr. Foster will get pie in the face by the highest earner in each grade level & their teacher! Let's make it happen! Please encourage your child to watch and participate in all 6 exclusive interactive WizFit video episodes (10 to 15 minutes each led by Swoop and Broadway) if they complete the WizFit Challenge they can earn several awesome prizes! Earn these slamtastic prizes shown below for achieving fundraising milestones ! $500 $350 $250 $125 $75 $50 $25 Thank you for your continued support and let's get WizFit LES! How to Register: REGISTER your student(s) on https://wizfitchallenge.harlemwizards.com/admin.asp. It takes just a couple of minutes! Then SHARE your child's fundraising page with your friends and family using the convenient SHARE tools provided GIVE a donation if you are able to give. Regardless of funds raised, all students get to participate, have fun and earn free prizes including a Harlem Wizards registration bracelet!
4 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jasen Foster
Meal pick up today until 11:00 at Lebanon High School and Lebanon Elementary School. Also meal pick up at Summerfield until 10:00 at Fireman's Hall. Hope to see you soon.
4 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jeannette Schorfheide
The FFA is selling shirts. You can order one by contacting Ms Wasser, Lorena Kraemer, or any FFA member. See included flyer for more details!
4 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Tuesday, December 1st, 2020 24 more days until Christmas Fun fact: Christmas decorating sends nearly 15,000 people to the ER If you've ever watched Clark Griswold decorate his house in Christmas Vacation, that probably doesn't come as much of a surprise. In fact, the Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates that 14,700 people visit hospital emergency rooms each November and December from holiday-related decorating accidents. So please, be careful when you're decking your halls. Attention Staff: Stop by the library to grab a sweet treat and enter in the December giveaway. YOUR GREEN CARDS ARE DUE!! Please get them turned in immediately. Attention Drivers: Notices will start going out this week for any vehicles parked in the lot without proper information turned in to the office. Seniors and Sophomores - Jostens was unable to make it yesterday so they will be here this morning if you still need to talk to them or place an order for Cap & Gown or a Class Ring. CALENDAR: Friday December 18 - End of the Quarter Monday December 21 thru Monday January 4 - NO SCHOOL - Christmas Break Joke of the day: What does Christmas have to do with a cat lost in the desert? They both have sandy claws. Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
4 months ago, Nikki Waters
Jasen Foster
Attention LES parents: Santa's Kottage orders will be delivered to the school this Thursday 12/03! B-students will be bringing purchased items home on Friday 12/04, unless you would like to pick them up after school on Friday. A-students will be bringing purchased items home on Monday 12/07, unless you would like to pick them up after school on Monday. Items will be available for pick up on Friday 12/04 for Full remote students from 8:15-4:00. If you would like to pick-up the items instead of your student brining them home themselves, please contact your child's teacher and Ann-Marie in the office. Thank you for your cooperation and your participation in shopping this year! Happy Holidays!
4 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jasen Foster
Lebanon Elementary Hello Lebanon Elementary Families! The WizFit Challenge has officially started and donations are open! Please support our school today--here's how: Watch this short 2 minute video that will explain it all to you and then follow the instructions below: https://vimeo.com/460352737 1. REGISTER your student(s) on https://wizfitchallenge.harlemwizards.com/admin.asp today. It only takes a couple of minutes! ALL students will receive a FREE prize just for registering and ALL will get to enjoy and participate in the challenge regardless of funds raised. 2. SHARE with at least 5 family/friends using the convenient SHARE tools provided (Facebook, Email, Twitter). For Facebook, make sure to tag your school and your PTA/PTO/education foundation, etc. Students will earn prizes for completing the challenge and for reaching fundraising milestones. 3. GIVE a donation if you are able to give. We completely understand if your family is not in a position to financially support the school right now but you can still make a big impact by SHARING his/her fundraising page with friends and family using the convenient share tools provided. Sharing IS supporting! Over the next 2 weeks, please encourage your child to watch and participate in all 6 exclusive interactive WizFit video episodes (10 to 15 minutes each) so they complete the Challenge and earn several awesome prizes. As a special treat for our students, if we hit our school fundraising goal of $10,000! Thank you for supporting our school - we are grateful for our amazing school community! Lebanon Elementary
4 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jeff Teasley
Go to the following link to see the LCUSD 9 COVID update from 11/24: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1MOE9xVfRb1o5rXlIa95YHhH_YHgfLrVYRxOkiPYhlys/edit#slide=id.p
4 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Jasen Foster
Judging by the snowflakes, wind, and chilliness outside it seems that winter is finally upon us. Parents, make sure that you are dressing your students warmly. We will continue to have the the students go outside for recess as long as the temperature allows. The cutoff temperature for us to go outside is 25 degrees with the wind chill factor per our district handbook. Make sure that your students come to school prepared with: coat, hat, gloves, scarf, earmuffs, and a layer of clothing under their regular clothes. Thank you!
4 months ago, Jasen Foster
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Monday, November 30th, 2020 25 more days until Christmas Fun fact: Christmas trees were first used by ancient Egyptians and Romans They used evergreen trees like fir or pine trees, wreaths, and garlands.The use of modern Christmas trees started in Germany in the 16th century. Instead of the glitzy decorations that we see on them today, they were decorated with fruits and nuts. Seniors and Sophomores - JOSTENS will have a second order day in the commons TODAY from 7:30 - 8:30a.m. You can also check our school website for the links to order online. Attention Staff: Stop by the library to grab a sweet treat and enter in the December giveaway. Congrats to our November winner: Ms. Diana Lewis! CALENDAR: Friday December 18 - End of the Quarter Monday December 21 thru Monday January 4 - NO SCHOOL - Christmas Break Joke of the day: What does Santa suffer from whenever he gets stuck in a chimney? Santa Claustrophobia Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
4 months ago, Nikki Waters
Jeff Teasley
Good evening! Jostens will be in the LHS Commons tomorrow morning at 7:30 for Sophomore class ring and Senior graduation orders. This is the last chance to get orders turned in!
4 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Jasen Foster
Greetings Students, Families, Faculty & Staff of LCUSD9! The year of 2020 has presented us with many obstacles, difficulties, complexities, and audibles in the way that we conduct and live our every day lives. But you all have adapted and rolled with the punches. The LCUSD9 Administrative Team (Mr. Keeney, Mr. Teasley, & Mr. Foster) would just like to express how much we are truly thankful for you all during this holiday season! Everyone has worked tremendously hard for the past four months. You deserve this Thanksgiving break. Make sure that you enjoy your families and your time off. But continue to remain safe and be diligent about healthy practices. We have the final three weeks of the semester to complete upon our return next week. The Admin team is truly thankful for everyone that walks through the doors of LES, LJHS, & LHS! See you next week. Happy Thanksgiving!
5 months ago, Jasen Foster
Kendra Kashycke
Look WHOOO loves art! Several 2nd grade artists in Ms. Essenpreis’s class finished their torn paper owls in art with Ms. Kashycke.
5 months ago, Kendra Kashycke
Kendra Kashycke
Look WHOOO loves art! Several 2nd grade artists in Ms. Essenpreis’s class finished their torn paper owls in art with Ms. Kashycke.
5 months ago, Kendra Kashycke
Jasen Foster
Parents/Families, I know that there has been some confusion in regards to attendance for this week. Tomorrow, 11/24, will be an attendance day for: all B-day students, all students that started attending 4 days on 11/09, and all students that started attending 4 days 11/23 (today). Upon our return from Thanksgiving break on 11/30, our attendance days will resume to it's normally arranged schedule. Thank you for your understanding and flexibility during this time. Have a great day/week/break!
5 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jasen Foster
Hello. We will be having meal pick up tomorrow, Tuesday 24th in observance of the Thanksgiving break. Meal pick up will take place at your students' respective building from 9:00-Noon and a pick up at Summerfield from 4:30-5:00pm at Fireman’s Hall tomorrow. The Summerfield time change is due to bus availability. Thank you!
5 months ago, Jasen Foster
Amy Venhaus
Shout out to our LES Students of the Month of November! Kindergarten-Elizabeth Lange 2nd Grade- Dayton Wren 4th Grade- Danika Toth Way to go! Keep up the awesome work. 🏅🤩👏
5 months ago, Amy Venhaus
Amy Venhaus
Shout out to our LES Students of the Month of November! Kindergarten-Elizabeth Lange 2nd Grade- Dayton Wren 4th Grade- Danika Toth Way to go! Keep up the awesome work. 🏅🤩👏
5 months ago, Amy Venhaus
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Monday, November 23rd, 2020 3 more days until Thanksgiving Fun fact: Over 32 million people begin Black Friday shopping on Thanksgiving. Seniors and Sophomores - JOSTENS will have a second order day in the commons on Monday, November 30th from 7:30 - 8:30a.m. You can also check our website for the links to order online. SCHOOL PICTURES ARE IN!! They are available in the office for remote students who ordered pictures at the time they were taken. There is also a link on the school website to order online. Attention: ALL WINTER SPORTS HAVE BEEN POSTPONED FFA just had their officers elections. Congrats to the new officers! President-Lorena Kraemer Vice President- Andrew Schulte Secretary- Skylar Mathis Treasure- Kyle Hohrein Reporter- Destiny Zeeb Historian- Kurt Zeeb Sentail- Blake Goetter CALENDAR: Wednesday thru Friday, Nov. 25-27 - NO SCHOOL - Thanksgiving Break Friday December 18 - End of the Quarter Monday December 21 thru Monday January 4 - NO SCHOOL - Christmas Break Joke of the day: What do you call a turkey on the day after Thanksgiving? Lucky. Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
5 months ago, Nikki Waters
Jeff Teasley
LHS/LJHS Students! Don't forget to wear your favorite football team apparel to school this week!
5 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Jeff Teasley
Weekly COVID Update: Staff members currently quarantined due to a positive COVID test: 1 Staff members on COVID-related quarantine: 3 Students currently quarantined due to a positive COVID test: 8 Students on COVID-related quarantine: 17
5 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Jeff Teasley
5 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Friday, November 20th, 2020 6 more days until Thanksgiving Fun fact: Americans eat an estimated 50 million pumpkin pies on Thanksgiving. Seniors and Sophomores - JOSTENS will have a second order day in the commons on Monday, November 30th from 7:30 - 8:30a.m. You can also go to our website for the links to order online. SCHOOL PICTURES ARE IN!! They are available in the office for remote students who ordered pictures at the time they were taken. There is also a link on the school website to order online. ATTENTION STUDENTS AND STAFF: Next week, to kick off Thanksgiving, wear your football attire for your favorite team Monday and Tuesday! ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS! The week of Thanksgiving-November 23rd will be an attendance day for ‘A’ students. November 24th will be an attendance day for ‘B’ students. Students who began 4 day attendance on Nov 9 or Nov 23 will attend school both of these days. FFA just had their officers elections. Congrats to the new officers! President-Lorena Kraemer Vice President- Andrew Schulte Secretary- Skylar Mathis Treasure- Kyle Hohrein Reporter- Destiny Zeeb Historian- Kurt Zeeb Sentail- Blake Goetter CALENDAR: Wednesday thru Friday, Nov. 25-27 - NO SCHOOL - Thanksgiving Break Joke of the day: Why did the turkey sit on the tomahawk? To hatchet! Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
5 months ago, Nikki Waters
Patrick Keeney
Due to the recent state wide and local area Covid events, we will be holding at our current student phase-in-plan. We will be adding a few more at-risk/failing students on Monday. We feel that it is not feasible to add the full amount of students scheduled on November 23 as planned. We will also not bring back all students scheduled to return on December 7th. We will maintain the current A/B 50% model, with the possibility of reducing student numbers and/or going full remote if needed. We will be monitoring our local Covid numbers and evaluate if we need to change plans at any time. Please remain flexible as we try to balance student needs and local Covid events. More information will be available online soon or feel free to contact your building principal. We hope to return to our original plans very soon.
5 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Josiah Munton
Attention Lebanon Athletes: All IHSA sports and activities were temporarily paused today based on the newest state mitigations. “All IHSA sports and activities will cease by November 20 for what we hope is a short-term pause,” said IHSA Executive Director Craig Anderson. “Given the rising COVID-19 cases in our state and region, we support the Governor’s mitigations and believe it is imperative for everyone in the state to do their part in following them so that we can return to high school sports participation as soon as possible.”
5 months ago, Josiah Munton
Amy Venhaus
Congrats to our extremely deserving LES Employees of the Month of November! Thanks for all you do. Keep up the great work! Wendy Quayle, Becky Adams Barnouski, Jackie Hamm, and Megan Casperson
5 months ago, Amy Venhaus
Kendra Kashycke
Attention Seniors! Tomorrow, Nov. 20th, is the last day to submit your baby pictures and Senior quotes. Here is the link to the form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1GyHNgk7KnFmH7cgeOoyBscU_R0H7E_uEXUKj4NPyJ54/edit
5 months ago, Kendra Kashycke
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Thursday, November 19th, 2020 7 more days until Thanksgiving Fun fact: • Wild turkeys can run 20 miles per hour when they are scared, but domesticated turkeys that are bred are heavier and can't run quite that fast. SCHOOL PICTURES ARE IN!! They are available in the office for remote students who ordered pictures at the time they were taken. ATTENTION STUDENTS AND STAFF: Next week, to kick off Thanksgiving, wear your football attire for your favorite team Monday and Tuesday! ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS! The week of Thanksgiving-November 23rd will be an attendance day for ‘A’ students. November 24th will be an attendance day for ‘B’ students. Students who began 4 day attendance on Nov 9 or Nov 23 will attend school both of these days. High School Bowling Practice Bus time 3p.m. behind the Commons High School Basketball PRACTICES begin THIS WEEK Girls: Mon, Wed, Fri 3:45-5:15 Boys: Mon, Tues, Thurs 6:00-7:30 CALENDAR: Wednesday thru Friday, Nov. 25-27 - NO SCHOOL - Thanksgiving Break Joke of the day: Who helps the little pumpkins cross the road safely? The crossing gourd. Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
5 months ago, Nikki Waters
Lisa Hardy
Link for school board meeting https://meet.google.com/euf-rkzv-die”
5 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Donna Wood
This is from Voegele’s Photography Dear Valued Customer, We have updated our studio website and online ordering may look a little different this year. We are really excited about this change and what it can offer our customers! Please see instructions below on how to navigate the new website. How to order school pictures online: Go to our website http://www.voegelestudio.com and click on “Order School Portraits.” This takes you to our merchant site which is also available here: https://voegele.fotomerchanthv.com/search/ Enter your child’s student ID number under “Find Your Event” and click “Search.” Choose which photo you’d like to order by clicking “View Photos.” Choose which package you’d like to order by clicking “Select” then choose the quantity and “Add to Cart.” (Have another student to order for? Click “Add a Student” to combine multiple students and save on shipping!) Ready to check out? Click “View Cart” then “Check Out.” Enter your shipping and payment information then click “Complete Order.” You will receive an email confirmation of your order. Please contact the studio at (618) 654-7291 with any questions. Thank you!
5 months ago, Donna Wood
Patrick Keeney
Just a reminder, Free weekly meal pick up for all students today until 11:00 at LES and LHS. Also Summerfield meal pick up at Fireman’s Hall. Hope to see you at Free meal pick up!
5 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Jasen Foster
Lebanon Elementary Friends and families of Lebanon Elementary, Have you heard-the world famous Harlem Wizards are joining the students of Lebanon Elementary on 11/30/2020 to help us raise funds with their new WizFit Challenge virtual fundraiser and kids experience! Over 2 weeks students will watch and participate in an exclusive series of 6 interactive video episodes led by Harlem Wizard stars Swoop and Broadway, plus a special grand finale video to practice what they've learned. They will get fit, learn tricks, have fun, and be coached on character by the Wizards. We are about 2 weeks away from kicking off on 11/30/2020, with the Grand Finale virtual party on 12/14/2020. Our goal is to raise $10000 for the school. We're excited to see our school come together (whether they are Face to Face or virtual) in this fundraising program! More details to come soon! Thank you for your continued support, Lebanon Elementary
5 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jeff Teasley
Sophomores and Seniors! Jostens will be in the LHS Commons at 7:30 AM on Thursday for class ring and graduation orders.
5 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Jasen Foster
LES Families! Just a reminder that shopping at Santa's Kottage has started this week! Please log on and check out the options at www.santaskottage.com! This just in! Our shopping days have been extended through Friday, November 27th! So we now have more time to browse for that special gift. Happy shopping, Greyhounds!
5 months ago, Jasen Foster
Theresa Dimaria
Chemistry students exploring the doppler shift!
5 months ago, Theresa Dimaria
Kendra Kashycke
Ms. Kashycke finishes perspective cityscapes with Ms. Hamm’s 4th grade class.
5 months ago, Kendra Kashycke
Nikki Waters
5 months ago, Nikki Waters
Nikki Waters
Seniors and Parents, please watch this quick video regarding information on ordering your Grey Hound Pack & other 2021 Graduation Products! https://view.vidreach.io/q/t7hB1JYc
5 months ago, Nikki Waters
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Monday, November 16th, 2020 10 more days until Thanksgiving Fun fact: Only male turkeys — appropriately named gobblers — actually make the gobble sound. Female turkeys cackle instead SCHOOL PICTURES ARE IN!! They are available in the office for remote students who ordered pictures at the time they were taken. Congrats to our November Students of the Month Sr. Marquis Pritchett Jr. Jackson Cruthis So. Coleman Cummins Fr. Brooke Goetter 8th grade Jarimiah Proctor 7th grade Braden Caroll 6th grade Sophi Joshu ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS! The week of Thanksgiving-November 23rd will be an attendance day for ‘A’ Blended Learning students. November 24th will be an attendance day for ‘B’ Blended Learning students. Students who began 4 day attendance on Nov 9 or Nov 23 will attend school both of these days. Attention Drivers: Please remember to bring in a copy of your driver’s license and insurance card to the office to be able to park in the student parking lot. Notices will Junior High basketball seasons are indefinitely postponed to fall in line with the IDPH. With the season being postponed, open gyms and practices for junior high basketball are also postponed, and we’ll continue to revisit in the upcoming weeks as we get more information. High School Basketball PRACTICES begin THIS WEEK Girls: Mon, Wed, Fri 3:45-5:15 Boys: Mon, Tues, Thurs 6:00-7:30 *All athletes must have current physicals on file to participate* Attention High School Bowlers: Your Season starts with practice TODAY. Bus time is 3p.m. Remember to wear your mask and bring a water bottle!! Season calendar and Sports forms are in the office to fill out if you haven’t already. You must have a current sports physical on file to participate. CALENDAR: Monday thru Thursday, Nov. 16 - 19 - Bowling Practice - Bus time 3:00p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18 - Midterms sent home Wednesday thru Friday, Nov. 25-27 - NO SCHOOL - Thanksgiving Break Joke of the day: • "Why did the cranberries turn red?" • "Because they saw the turkey dressing." Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
5 months ago, Nikki Waters
Jasen Foster
LES Families, Information about Santa's Kottage has been posted to our district platforms. This year shopping will take place online only. The dates for our students and families to shop are Monday, November 16th through Sunday, November 22nd. The items will be delivered on Friday, December 11th. Happy shopping! www.santaskottage.com
5 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jasen Foster
The District 9 Phase 3 plan is posted to all district platforms. Want to highlight a point on there about the week of Thanksgiving. That Monday (11/23) will be an "A" students only day. That Tuesday (11/24) will be a "B" students only day. Then there will be no school in session for the remainder of the week (11/25-27).
5 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jasen Foster
The next board meeting will be on Wednesday, November 18th at 7:00 PM. There will be a Google Meet link posted to the district platforms next week for those that would like to view it. The next PTO meeting will take place on Thursday, November 19th at 6:30 PM in the LES library. There will, also, be a link posted for those that would like to stay involved with that organization.
5 months ago, Jasen Foster
Josiah Munton
Attention high school basketball players, bowlers, and JH/HS volleyball players: Please pick up a waiver from the office, from your coach, or here https://lebanonhighschool.bigteams.com/main/filesLinks/. You will need this for participation next week. All athletes should have a current physical on file and all paperwork turned in to participate in next week's open gyms, tryouts, and practices. Thanks and have a great weekend!
5 months ago, Josiah Munton
Donna Wood
Please note the upcoming changes during Thanksgiving week.
5 months ago, Donna Wood
Mrs. Wyms
Junior High Teachers #Greyhoundstrong
5 months ago, Mrs. Wyms
Jeff Teasley
If you are planning on participating in the Lebanon Free Lunch Program, please make sure you have signed up by noon tomorrow, Friday, November 13th. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScpveevCrpIOZdxeDqoMGTjqFkwdl_-6PYEO3XE8BcK97dXSA/viewform
5 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Josiah Munton
Attention high school basketball players: Tryouts/Practices begin Monday, Nov 16th. Girls: Mon, Wed, Fri 3:45-5:15 Boys: Mon, Tues, Thurs 6:00-7:30 A current physical and all forms are required to participate.
5 months ago, Josiah Munton
Josiah Munton
Attention high school bowlers: all forms and current physicals must be turned before practice begins on Monday and are required for participation. Form packets are available for pickup in the high school office.
5 months ago, Josiah Munton
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Thursday, November 12th, 2020 14 more days until Thanksgiving Fun fact: • Every Thanksgiving, the current U.S. president pardons a turkey. Attention Drivers: Please remember to bring in a copy of your driver’s license and insurance card to the office to be able to park in the student parking lot. You will pick out your parking space from the list available once you bring those items to the office. SENIORS!! Jostens will be here TODAY from 8am - 8:20am to talk to you about Cap & Gown. Please go to the Commons ASAP SOPHOMORES and JUNIORS Jostens will be in the Commons TODAY from 8:20am - 8:40am to talk to you about Class Rings. We will call you out of 1st hour when they are ready Junior High basketball seasons are indefinitely postponed to fall in line with the IDPH. With the season being postponed, open gyms and practices for junior high basketball are also postponed, and we’ll continue to revisit in the upcoming weeks as we get more information. We hope to have more information regarding high school basketball in the upcoming days. High School Basketball Open gyms continue this week: PRACTICES begin NEST WEEK *All athletes must have current physicals on file to participate* HS Girls Mon-Friday 3-5:15 HS Boys Monday 7-8:30 Tuesday- Thursday 6-7:30 Attention High School Bowlers: There is a sign-up sheet in the office. Please sign up before TOMORROW. Remote students, please email Nikki at nwaters@lcusd9.org or Penni at pliebig@lcusd9.org . Season starts with practice on Monday, November 16th. Bus time is 3p.m. You must have a current sports physical on file to participate. Remember to wear your mask and bring a water bottle!! CALENDAR: Monday thru Thursday, Nov. 16 - 19 - Bowling Practice - Bus time 3:00p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18 - Midterms sent home Wednesday thru Friday, Nov. 25-27 - NO SCHOOL - Thanksgiving Break Joke of the day: Q: What’s a Turkey’s Favorite Dessert? A: Apple Gobbler! Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
5 months ago, Nikki Waters
Jeff Teasley
SENIORS!! Jostens will be here Thursday, November 12 from 8am - 8:20am to talk to you about Cap & Gown. Please go to the Commons before going to your 1st hour class. SOPHOMORES and JUNIORS -- Jostens will be in the Commons Thursday, November 12 from 8:20am - 8:40am to talk to you about Class Rings. We will call you out of 1st hour when they are ready.
5 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Jeff Teasley
TONIGHT! Lebanon HS/JrH Fundraiser at Lebanon DQ from 5:00-8:00! Come out and support our students!!
5 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Mrs. Wyms
Purple Spirit Day
5 months ago, Mrs. Wyms
Jasen Foster
Check out the website for Santa's Kottage!
5 months ago, Jasen Foster
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Tuesday, November 10th, 2020 16 more days until Thanksgiving Fun fact: Americans prepare 46 million turkeys for Thanksgiving each year Attention Drivers: Please remember to bring in a copy of your driver’s license and insurance card to the office to be able to park in the student parking lot. You will pick out your parking space from the list available once you bring those items to the office. SENIORS!! Jostens will be here Thursday, November 12 from 8am - 8:20am to talk to you about Cap & Gown. Please go to the Commons before going to your 1st hour class SOPHOMORES and JUNIORS Jostens will be in the Commons Thursday, November 12 from 8:20am - 8:40am to talk to you about Class Rings. We will call you out of 1st hour when they are ready Junior High basketball seasons are indefinitely postponed to fall in line with the IDPH. With the season being postponed, open gyms and practices for junior high basketball are also postponed, and we’ll continue to revisit in the upcoming weeks as we get more information. We hope to have more information regarding high school basketball in the upcoming days. High School Basketball Open gyms continue this week: PRACTICES begin the week of Nov. 16th *All athletes must have current physicals on file to participate* HS Girls Mon-Friday 3-5:15 HS Boys Monday 7-8:30 Tuesday- Thursday 6-7:30 Attention High School Bowlers: There is a sign-up sheet in the office. Please sign up before Friday, November 13th. Remote students, please email Nikki at nwaters@lcusd9.org or Penni at pliebig@lcusd9.org. Season starts with practice on Monday, November 16th. Bus time is 3p.m. You must have a current sports physical on file to participate. Remember to wear your mask and bring a water bottle!! CALENDAR: Wednesday, Nov. 11 – NO SCHOOL – Veteran’s Day Wednesday, Nov. 18 - Midterms sent home Wednesday thru Friday, Nov. 25-27 - NO SCHOOL - Thanksgiving Break Joke of the day: What do you call a running turkey? Fast food! Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
5 months ago, Nikki Waters
Mrs. Wyms
Junior a high teachers red white and blue day! Photo credit to Mrs. Jackson
5 months ago, Mrs. Wyms
Jasen Foster
LES Santa's Kottage!
5 months ago, Jasen Foster
Patrick Keeney
Hello. We will be having meal pick up tomorrow, Tuesday 10th in observance of Veterans Day on Wednesday. We will have one pick up for all students at Lebanon High School from 8:00-Noon and a pick up at Summerfield from 4:30-5:00pm at Fireman’s Hall tomorrow. The Summerfield time change is due to bus availability. All students are eligible for FREE meals. Free, Reduced and Regular pay students are all now eligible for FREE weekly meals. We hope you will come out tomorrow and take advantage of the FREE meal pick up. Thank you!
5 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Jeff Teasley
Don't forget! Tomorrow night from 5:00-8:00 is LHS/LJHS Night at the Lebanon DQ! A percentage of all sales will be given to LHS/LJHS to benefit our students!!
5 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Josiah Munton
Attention Lebanon basketball players: The SIJHSAA has postponed the junior high basketball seasons indefinitely to fall in line with the IDPH. With the season being postponed, open gyms and practices for junior high basketball are also postponed, and we’ll continue to revisit in the upcoming weeks as we get more information. We hope to have more information regarding high school basketball in the upcoming days.
5 months ago, Josiah Munton
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Monday, November 9th, 2020 17 more days until Thanksgiving Fun fact: Benjamin Franklin wanted to make the wild turkey, not the Bald Eagle, the national bird of the United States! Attention Drivers: Please remember to bring in a copy of your driver’s license and insurance card to the office to be able to park in the student parking lot. You will pick out your parking space from the list available once you bring those items to the office. SENIORS!! Jostens will be here Thursday, November 12 from 8am - 8:20am to talk to you about Cap & Gown. Please go to the Commons before going to your 1st hour class SOPHMORES and JUNIORS Jostens will be in the Commons Thursday, November 12 from 8:20am - 8:40am to talk to you about Class Rings. We will call you out of 1st hour when they are ready Basketball Open gyms continue this week: PRACTICES begin the week of Nov. 16th *All athletes must have current physicals on file to participate* HS Girls Mon-Friday 3-5:15 HS Boys Monday 7-8:30 Tuesday- Thursday 6-7:30 JH Girls Open Gym every T/Th 3-5pm at LES gym JH Boys Monday and Wednesday 5-6:30 Attention girls volleyball players: There will be an open gym TODAY in the LES gym. Junior High girls 3:00-4:30 High School girls 4:45-6:15 Attention High School Bowlers: There is a sign-up sheet in the office. Please sign up before Friday, November 13th. Remote students, please email Nikki at nwaters@lcusd9.org or Penni at pliebig@lcusd9.org . Season starts with practice on Monday, November 16th. Bus time is 3p.m. You must have a current sports physical on file to participate. Remember to wear your mask and bring a water bottle!! CALENDAR: Wednesday, Nov. 11 – NO SCHOOL – Veteran’s Day Wednesday, Nov. 18 - Midterms sent home Wednesday thru Friday, Nov. 25-27 - NO SCHOOL - Thanksgiving Break Joke of the day: What would you get if you crossed a turkey with an evil spirit? A: A poultrygeist! Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
5 months ago, Nikki Waters
Patrick Keeney
Hello. This is just a reminder of our next stages of student return to school. More details have been posted on our district web pages. We are planning on keeping our daily time schedule the same, but adding additional student attendance days. The next phase will begin tomorrow, Nov. 9th, with the return of Special Needs Students grades PreK-12, at risk students 6th-12th grade, Title and Tier 3 students. On Nov. 23rd we will bring Tier 2, RAP/MAP and failing students. On Dec. 7th all students will return for 4 days of instruction. Students will attend Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday with Remote Learning on Wednesday still. As you know these plans may change, but we wanted to be transparent in what our current plans are at this time. We will continue to work hard to keep all staff and students safe.
5 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Jeff Teasley
Just a reminder that LCUSD 9 is offering to prepare free meals for ALL district students starting next week. If you are interested in receiving meals from our Free Lunch Program, please fill out the sign-up form for each of the students you will be picking up meals for. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScpveevCrpIOZdxeDqoMGTjqFkwdl_-6PYEO3XE8BcK97dXSA/viewform Our handout next week will take place on Tuesday, November 10th from 8:00-12:00. All meals for November 10th will be distributed from the LHS building. Wednesday handouts will resume the following week, on November 18th, from 7:30-11:00. The following week, their will be a meal handout on Tuesday, November 24th from 8:00-12:00 due to the Thanksgiving Holiday. We will then resume our Wednesday meal pickups starting Dec 2nd.
5 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Jasen Foster
LES Spirit Wear for the Week of 11/09-13: Monday 11/09: Patriotic gear (Red, White, & Blue) Tuesday 11/10: Purple Pride (Lebanon gear) Wednesday 11/11: Veteran's Day- NO SCHOOL Thursday 11/12: Camouflage Day Friday 11/13: Purple Pride (Lebanon gear)
5 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jeff Teasley
Just a friendly reminder that the Remote Learning Sign-Up List closes at 2:15 today.
5 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Thursday, November 5th, 2020 PLEASE STAND FOR THE PLEDGE 21 more days until Thanksgiving Fun fact: Abraham Lincoln proclaimed Thanksgiving a national holiday on October 3, 1863. Sarah Josepha Hale, the woman who wrote “Mary Had A Little Lamb,” convinced Lincoln to make Thanksgiving a national holiday after writing letters for 17 years. Basketball Open gyms continue this week: PRACTICES begin the week of Nov. 16th *All athletes must have current physicals on file to participate* HS Girls Mon-Friday 3-5:15 HS Boys Monday 7-8:30 Tuesday- Thursday 6-7:30 JH Girls Open Gym every T/Th 3-5pm at LES gym JH Boys Monday and Wednesday 5-6:30 Attention girls volleyball players: There will be an open gym Nov 9 in the LES gym. Junior High girls 3:00-4:30 High School girls 4:45-6:15 Attention High School Bowlers: There is a sign-up sheet in the office. Please sign up before Friday, November 13th. Remote students, please email Nikki at nwaters@lcusd9.org or Penni at pliebig@lcusd9.org . Season starts Monday, November 16th. CALENDAR: Wednesday, Nov. 18 - Midterms sent home Wednesday thru Friday, Nov. 25-27 - NO SCHOOL - Thanksgiving Break Joke of the day: What did the turkey say to the computer? “Google, google, google.” Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
5 months ago, Nikki Waters
Josiah Munton
Attention athletes: No junior high boys or high school girls basketball open gyms today. Any junior high students interested in cheer should report to the high school commons today at 3:15.
5 months ago, Josiah Munton
Jeff Teasley
The Remote Learning Sign-up List will close tomorrow, November 5th, at 2:15 PM. If you plan to have your student(s) be a remote learner for the remainder of the first semester, please use the link below to sign them up. If you are signing up multiple students to be remote learners, please sign each of them up individually. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfDZxgQADxbQ1C5lyjRiMWs9KjoOLOcL-85etAQnF6W63RUEA/viewform
5 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Jeff Teasley
Mark your calendar! LHS/LJHS Fundraiser Night is next Tuesday, November 10th at the Lebanon Dairy Queen! LHS/LJHS will receive a percentage of all sales at Dairy Queen. Come out and support your school!
5 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Jeff Teasley
Good evening! Just a reminder that tomorrow is a remote learning day! Students should be logging in at 8 AM for classes. Enjoy your night.
5 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Jasen Foster
11/03: Election Day- No school 11/04: Remote Learning Day
5 months ago, Jasen Foster
Patrick Keeney
Hello. Just a reminder that there will be NO school tomorrow, Tuesday 3rd for Election Day. Election Day was a mandated state holiday that is new this year. Classes will resume on Thursday. Thank you!
5 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Patrick Keeney
Hello. We have been approved by the state to offer meals to all students for free. So all Free, Reduced and Regular pay students are eligible for FREE meals. This week we will be doing a Wednesday pick up at the High School and Elementary School from 7:30-11:00am and at Summerfield from 9:00-10:00am! We hope that all families will take advantage of the free meal opportunity. See you Wednesday. Thank you!
5 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Jeff Teasley
Due to the upcoming changes to student attendance policies that were recently announced, we are once again re-opening the Remote Learning List for parents/guardians to sign up their LCUSD 9 students. Please fill the form out if you intend for your student(s) to be a remote learner for the remainder of the 2nd semester. Please fill out the form for EACH student in your household who you intend to have become a remote learner. Below is the link for the Remote Learning List Sign-up Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfDZxgQADxbQ1C5lyjRiMWs9KjoOLOcL-85etAQnF6W63RUEA/viewform
5 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Josiah Munton
Attn Athletes: Open gym for JH boys basketball and HS girls basketball are cancelled for this evening, Monday, Nov 2nd. JH Cheer tryouts are from 3:15-4:45 M, W, Th in the HS commons. Go Greyhounds!
5 months ago, Josiah Munton
Patrick Keeney
Hello. This is a brief overview of our next stages of student return to school. More details will be posted on our district web page soon. We are planning on keeping our daily time schedule the same, but adding additional student attendance days. Please understand the slow addition of students is to prevent complete school closures due to out breaks. The next phase will begin on Nov. 9th, with the return of Special Needs Students grades PreK-12, at risk students 6th-12th grade, Title and Tier 3 students. On Nov. 23rd we will bring Tier 2, RAP/MAP and failing students. On Dec. 7th all students will return for 4 days of instruction. Students will attend Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday with Remote Learning on Wednesday still. We are working on additional details and will release information ASAP. As you know these plans may change, but we wanted to be transparent in what our current plans are at this time. We will continue to work hard to keep all staff and students safe.
5 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Thursday, October 29th, 2020 2 MORE DAYS UNTIL HALLOWEEN!!! Fun fact: Trick-or-treating has existed since medieval times. Back then, it was known as "guising" in Scotland and Ireland. Young people dressed up in costumes and asked for food or money in exchange for songs, poems, or other "tricks." If there are any students wishing to continue participating in meal pickup, whether in-school or remote, please contact the office: Our Student of the Month Winners for the month of October are: Sr. Cambria Newsome and Katie Fertig Jr. Jameson Strozier So. McKenna Herbert Fr. Cardin Nguyen, Ethan Berry, Tabitha Bauer 8th Jordan Tawney 7th Marquis Anderson 6th Rowan Tawney CONGRATS and KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK! Basketball Open gyms continue this week: *All athletes must have current physicals on file to participate* HS Girls Mon-Friday 3-5:15 HS Boys Monday 7-8:30 Tuesday- Thursday 6-7:30 JH Girls Open Gym every T/Th 3-5pm at LES gym JH Boys Monday and Wednesday 5-6:30 Attention Girls Volleyball Players: There will be open gyms on Nov 2 and Nov 9 in the LES gym. Junior High girls 3:00-4:30 High School girls 4:45-6:15 Bring a mask and a water bottle. You must have a current physical on file to participate. ____________________________________________________________________ Attention anyone interested in cheerleading: High School Cheerleading Tryouts: THIS WEEK: Oct 26-28 from 6-8pm in the HS Commons. Bring a mask and a water bottle. You must have a current physical on file with the school to participate. Junior High School Cheerleading Tryouts: Nov 2-4 from 3:15-4:45 in the HS Commons. Bring a mask and a water bottle. You must have a current physical on file with the school to participate. TEACHERS: Remember to fill out your COVID form for Mrs. Mason everyday. Attention NJHS Members: there is a virtual Lebanon Junior High Honor Society meeting on Wednesday at 1:00. CALENDAR: Tuesday, Oct. 27 - Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 29 - Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 30 - NO SCHOOL Tuesday, Nov. 3 - NO SCHOOL - Election Day Wednesday, Nov. 12 - NO SCHOOL - Veteran’s Day Wednesday, Nov. 18 - Midterms sent home Wednesday thru Friday, Nov. 25-27 - NO SCHOOL - Thanksgiving Break Joke of the day: What do you call 2 witches sharing an apartment? BROOMMATES! Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
6 months ago, Nikki Waters
Lisa Hardy
Congrats to our JrH Students that made Honor Roll for 1st Quarter: 6th Grade High Honor Roll - Alexander Amos, Joseph Corbitt, Ava Dannenbrink, Britney Davenport, Evan Hardy, Noah Hendricks, Kyle Noud, Aaron Suydam, Jacob Suydam 6th Grade Regular Honor Roll: Bella Akley, Blake Johnson, Sophi Joshu, Johanna Kraemer, Daniel Lehan, Cooper Roberts, Amaya Russell, Rowan Tawney, Deion Wahshington 7th Grade High Honor Roll: Collin Adams, Kamron Daniel, Lincoln Hamm, Audrey Lamm, Abigail Lands 7th Grade Regular Honor Roll: Marquis Anderson, Bryce Gager, Blake Goetter, Benjamin Kittstein, Wade Konieczny 8th Grade High Honor Roll: Delilah Akley, Timothy Bielong, Zora Boggs, Chloe Ennor, Jack Henss, Lily Joslin, Tina Li, Tyler Nordmann, Jarimiah Proctor, Ava Schmollinger, Zachary Wilson 8th Grade Regular Honor Roll: Emilia Morales, Cole Naumann, Chloe Nordmann, Janilah Nunn, Lynn Shirley
6 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Nikki Waters
CONGRATULATIONS to the following honor roll students: LEBANON HIGH SCHOOL 1st QUARTER HIGH HONOR ROLL 2020-2021 FRESHMEN Tabitha Bauer Allison Corbitt Brooke Goetter Dache’ Johnson Hannah Krumsieg Katherine Mesarchik Meadow Pier Robert Zimmerman JUNIORS Lauren Gabel SENIORS Colin Berry Joshua Fairlie Kathryn Fertig Grace Frey Grace Krumsieg Estelle Meeker Brandon Meyer Cambria Newsome LEBANON HIGH SCHOOL 1st QUARTER HONOR ROLL 2020-2021 FRESHMAN Samantha Amos Ethan Berry Thaily Gager Mya Gates Tyler Hohrein Blake Hurley Skylar Mathis Breauna McQuade Cardin Nguyen Carson Powell Victoreah Proctor Kendal Strozier Devin Vinson Laney Zuber SOPHOMORE Hannah Berne Coleman Cummins Kevin Fertig Tori Garcia Mckenna Herbert Elizabeth Kirkwood Alexia Marwa Grace Milcarek Emily Nordmann Dominic Roma Jasmin Starns John Suemnicht Keion Washington Savannah Webster Ayden Wright Destiny Zeeb JUNIOR Kaitlyn Acheson Jackson Cruthis Ryleigh Goss Gyllianna Hudson Jeremy Johnson, Jr Lareina Knox Jordan McGee Bridget Sampson Camela Sharp Kyndal Stark Jameson Strozier Thea Weltzin SENIORS Jade Bissonnette Alex Burger Isaiah Cunningham Luke Hatten Kyle Hohrein Tyla Johnson Kaitlyn Joslin Lorena Kraemer Joshua Lamm Joshua Layman Alyssa Midgley William Nordmann Marquis Pritchett Jacob Reeser Xandra Rolves Andrew Schulte Jazmyne Stenner Taylor Walker
6 months ago, Nikki Waters
Donna Wood
Here's another McKendree University teacher education candidate. Mr. Caleb Shipley is working with Mrs. Patti Davis and her first graders. Welcome Mr. Shipley!
6 months ago, Donna Wood
Patrick Keeney
Reminder. Meal pick up today until 11:00 at Lebanon High School and Lebanon Elementary School. Also meal pick up at Summerfield until 10:00 at Fireman’s Hall. Hope to see you soon.
6 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Donna Wood
We are always happy to work with McKendree University and host teacher education candidates. Mrs. Wiggs is currently working with Miss Meg Schnoeker.
6 months ago, Donna Wood
Josiah Munton
Attention girls volleyball players: There will be open gyms on Nov 2 and Nov 9 in the LES gym. Junior High girls 3:00-4:30  High School girls 4:45-6:15 Bring a mask and a water bottle. You must have a current physical on file to participate. 
6 months ago, Josiah Munton
Josiah Munton
Coach Spotlight- Meet your Coach: Kristin Espique- Junior High Cheer We are excited to welcome Kristin to the coaching staff! Kristin graduated from Lebanon in 2016. While a part of the school she cheered from 2009-2014. She graduated from SWIC’s Sign Language Studies-Interpreter Program in 2019, and is now in her second year working at Highland as a Paraprofessional. Kristin plans on getting her BA in Special Education. This is her first year coaching, and she says she is looking forward to an exciting year! Junior High Tryouts are next week, Nov 2-4 from 3:15-4:15 in the HS Commons. Bring a mask and a water bottle. You must have a current physical on file with the school to participate.
6 months ago, Josiah Munton
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Monday, October 26th, 2020 5 MORE DAYS UNTIL HALLOWEEN!!! Fun fact: Trick-or-treating has existed since medieval times. Back then, it was known as "guising" in Scotland and Ireland. Young people dressed up in costumes and asked for food or money in exchange for songs, poems, or other "tricks." If there are any students wishing to continue participating in meal pickup, whether in-school or remote, please contact the office: Our Student of the Month Winners for the month of October are: Sr. Cambria Newsome and Katie Fertig Jr. Jameson Strozier So. McKenna Herbert Fr. Cardin Nguyen, Ethan Berry, Tabitha Bauer 8th Jordan Tawney 7th Marquis Anderson 6th Rowan Tawney CONGRATS and KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK! Basketball Open gyms continue this week: *All athletes must have current physicals on file to participate* HS Girls Mon-Friday 3-5:15 HS Boys Monday 7-8:30 Tuesday- Thursday 6-7:30 JH Girls Open Gym every T/Th 3-5pm at LES gym Attention anyone interested in cheerleading: High School Cheerleading Tryouts: THIS WEEK: Oct 26-28 from 6-8pm in the HS Commons. Bring a mask and a water bottle. You must have a current physical on file with the school to participate. Junior High School Cheerleading Tryouts: NEXT WEEK: Nov 2-4 from 3:15-4:15 in the HS Commons. Bring a mask and a water bottle. You must have a current physical on file with the school to participate. TEACHERS: Don't forget to fill out your COVID form for Mrs. Mason everyday. CALENDAR: Tuesday, Oct. 27 - Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 29 - Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 30 - NO SCHOOL Joke of the day: What do you call 2 witches sharing an apartment? BROOMMATES! Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
6 months ago, Nikki Waters
Donna Wood
In addition to no school this Friday, October 30. Here are some upcoming early November dates to keep in mind.
6 months ago, Donna Wood
Jasen Foster
LES Parents/Guardians, As we all are aware of, Halloween is next Saturday. Unfortunately, due to restrictions stemming from COVID-19 we will be unable to allow our students to celebrate the holiday here at school by putting on costumes, having classroom parties, or conducting a parade. While that fact saddens me, I believe that we can offer a minor concession. I would like to offer the opportunity for the students to wear their "Halloween-themed" shirts to school on Tuesday (A-group) and Thursday (B-group) of next week! We will snap a few pictures within the building and post them on our website and Facebook pages. Keep in mind that these shirts should be school appropriate. If your child's shirt is deemed inappropriate, based on our district handbook, we will call home in order for a replacement shirt to be brought to school. Remember that your child should not wear or bring a costume to school on those days. Your student should not wear any Halloween masks, face paint, or head dress/wear on those days either. Thank you!
6 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jeannette Schorfheide
LES Staff decked out in red to represent living DRUG FREE!
6 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
Red Ribbon has come to a close and we had a great week of dressing up and learning to say “NO to drugs”. We held a door decorating contest and the winners are Mrs. Moore first place, Mrs. Davis second place, Mrs. Arnold third place, and Mr. Richter Honorable Mention. Thank LES for a GREAT week!
6 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
Tomorrow is the last day of Red Ribbon Week, wear as much red as you can tomorrow!
6 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Donna Wood
So happy to celebrate Dictionary Day thanks to the Lebanon Rotary Club, Mary Renfro's family and the Delta Kappa Gamma teacher's sorority. They have been presenting dictionaries to each of our third graders for many years.
6 months ago, Donna Wood
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Thursday, October 22th, 2020 PLEASE STAND FOR THE PLEDGE 9 MORE DAYS UNTIL HALLOWEEN!!! If there are any students wishing to continue participating in meal pickup, whether in-school or remote, please contact the office: Basketball Open gyms continue this week: *All athletes must have current physicals on file to participate* HS Girls Mon-Friday 3-5:15 HS Boys Monday 7-8:30 Tuesday- Thursday 6-7:30 JH Girls Open Gym every T/Th 3-5pm at LES gym Attention anyone interested in cheerleading: High School Cheerleading Tryouts: Oct 26-28 from 6-8pm in the HS Commons. Bring a mask and a water bottle. You must have a current physical on file with the school to participate. Junior High School Cheerleading Tryouts: Nov 2-4 from 3:15-4:15 in the HS Commons. Bring a mask and a water bottle. You must have a current physical on file with the school to participate. REMINDER: teachers and students, please fill out the google form from Mrs. Kasheyke about your pets and email Mrs. Kashyeke a picture of you with your pet. This is in an effort to put "something different" in the yearbook. Reminder to Seniors: Return your name preference slip for your diploma to Nikki in the office before TOMORROW CALENDAR: Tuesday, Oct. 27 - Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 29 - Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 30 - NO SCHOOL Joke of the day: Know why skeletons are so calm? Because nothing gets under their skin. Thanks and have a great day greyhounds!
6 months ago, Nikki Waters
Patrick Keeney
Hello. Just a reminder meal pick up today until 11:00 at Lebanon High School and Elementary School. We will also have meal pick up at Summerfield Fireman’s Hall. Thank you!
6 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Jeannette Schorfheide
It’s “hairy” important to avoid drugs, tomorrow is crazy hair day!
6 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeff Teasley
Mark your calendar! Tuesday, November 10th is LHS/LJHS Fundraiser Night at Lebanon Dairy Queen!!
6 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Lisa Hardy
CHEERLEADING TRYOUTS FOR LHS/LJHS High School Cheerleading Tryouts: Oct 26-28 from 6-8pm in the HS Commons. Bring a mask and a water bottle. You must have a current physical on file with the school to participate. Junior High School Cheerleading Tryouts: Nov 2-4 from 3:15-4:15 in the HS Commons. Bring a mask and a water bottle. You must have a current physical on file with the school to participate.
6 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Josiah Munton
Coach Spotlight- Meet you Coach: HS Cheerleading, Coach Jasper Woods Hello I’m Jasper Woods. Your new high school head cheer coach. I love cheer and have had the privilege of both cheering and coaching at Lebanon for many years now. I am a mother of two children and two fur babies. I love being a part of the Greyhound family and look forward to a great season! High School Cheerleading Tryouts: Oct 26-28 from 6-8pm in the HS Commons. Bring a mask and a water bottle. You must have a current physical on file with the school to participate.
6 months ago, Josiah Munton
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Tuesday, October 20th, 2020 11 MORE DAYS UNTIL HALLOWEEN!!! If there are any students wishing to continue participating in meal pickup, whether in-school or remote, please contact the office: Open gyms continue this week: *All athletes must have current physicals on file to participate* HS Girls Mon-Friday 3-5:15 HS Boys Monday 7-8:30 Tuesday- Thursday 6-7:30 JH Boys Monday and Wednesday 5-6:30 JH Girls Open Gym every T/Th 3-5pm at LES gym Attention Junior High Girls basketball players: There is a parent meeting scheduled for TONIGHT at 5pm in the LES gym. Reminder to Seniors: Return your name preference slip for your diploma to Nikki in the office before October 23rd CALENDAR: Tuesday, Oct. 27 - Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 29 - Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 30 - NO SCHOOL
6 months ago, Nikki Waters
Jeannette Schorfheide
Today is sports day! Team up against drugs! Wear your sports apparel!
6 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Josiah Munton
The Junior High Girls basketball meeting is tomorrow, Oct 20, at 5pm in LES following open gym. Open gym starts at 3pm, and a current physical is required to participate. Sorry for any confusion, and hope to see you there!
6 months ago, Josiah Munton
Nikki Waters
Good Morning Lebanon! Today is Monday, October 19th, 2020 12 MORE DAYS UNTIL HALLOWEEN!!! If there are any students wishing to continue participating in meal pickup, whether in-school or remote, please contact the office: Open gyms continue this week: *All athletes must have current physicals on file to participate* HS Girls Mon-Friday 3-5:15 HS Boys Monday 7-8:30 Tuesday- Thursday 6-7:30 JH Boys Monday and Wednesday 5-6:30 JH Girls Open Gym every T/Th 3-5pm at LES gym Attention Junior High Girls basketball players: There is a parent meeting scheduled for TONIGHT at 5pm in the LES gym. Reminder to Seniors: Return your name preference slip for your diploma to Nikki in the office before October 23rd CALENDAR: Tuesday, Oct. 27 - Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 29 - Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 30 - NO SCHOOL
6 months ago, Nikki Waters
Jeannette Schorfheide
It’s pajama day!!! Happy Red Ribbon Week!!!
6 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Josiah Munton
Josh Fairlie finished out his senior season this morning at the Cahokia Conference Cross Country meet hosted by Wesclin. He was just shy of All Conference honors with a finishing time of 19:28. We’d like to congratulate Josh on an exciting career and we look forward to seeing his success on the track. Congratulations, Josh! Go Greyhounds!
6 months ago, Josiah Munton
Jasen Foster
Next week is Red Ribbon Week! Consider participating with the theme days each day! If you're at home on these days, snap a photo and share it with your teacher! Monday- Pajama Day (school appropriate) Tuesday- Favorite Sports Team Day Thursday- Crazy/Messy Hair Day Friday- Wear Red
6 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jeff Teasley
Just a reminder as we move into 2nd quarter: All LHS/LJHS students are expected to be logging into their accounts and moving through their classroom schedules daily. Teachers will be taking period attendance for all classes, and daily assignments can be assigned to students with a due date of the following day. If an LHS/LJHS student is going to miss a day of school, or any part of the school day, a parent/guardian will need to notify the office to avoid an unexcused absence. Students who miss work due to absence will be expected to make up any assigned work.
6 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Josiah Munton
Coach Spotlight- Meet your Coach: JH Boys Basketball, Coach Jamar Hemphill Coach Hemphill is a USAF Veteran. He is the Director/Coach of IL Hoopville Warriors. He has been a volunteer basketball coach for Westhaven Elm; football for Belleville Little Devils. He played locally at Belleville West HS. He is married and a father of 3 boys and 1 girl. Welcome to Lebanon, Coach!
6 months ago, Josiah Munton
Jeannette Schorfheide
Lebanon Elementary and Junior High: Wear your school appropriate pajamas on Monday, October 19, 2020 – Drug Free to Reach My Dreams Day!
6 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
Good Morning Lebanon Junior High: Next week is Red Ribbon Week and you are invited to dress up each day whether you are in person or logging in to your class remote. The dress days are listed below. Have fun, be creative and DRUG FREE IS THE WAY TO BE! LJHS Red Ribbon Week – October 19 - October 23 Monday, October 19, 2020 – Drug Free to Reach My Dreams - wear your school appropriate pajamas Tuesday, October 20, 2020 – Teaming up Against Drugs - wear your favorite sports team clothing Thursday, October 22, 2020 – It is “Hairy” Important to Say NO to Drugs - wear crazy/messy hair Friday, October 23, 2020 – Drug Free That’s Me - wear all the red you can
6 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Kendra Kashycke
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Lebanon’s teachers and staff wore pink today to show their support of those fighting and our survivors: Penni, Nancy, Jenny and Lori.
6 months ago, Kendra Kashycke
Jeff Teasley
Just a reminder there is no student attendance tomorrow, due to our Teacher Institute Friday, Oct 16th.
6 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Amy Venhaus
Reminder: PTO meeting today at 3:15 in the LES gym. Can’t make it...no problem! Join us via ZOOM Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/92186173162?pwd=dzRxTDZhNEZ6cTJDa3FicWVaS3owQT09 Meeting ID: 921 8617 3162 Passcode: zQc7vx
6 months ago, Amy Venhaus
Jeannette Schorfheide
From Marsha Shirley: Compost Awareness Week poster & video contests The poster contest is for 9th grade (age 14) or older. The winning poster will be used to promote International Compost Week, May 2-8, 2021. The video contest is for grades 4-8. All video entries will be shown on the International Compost Awareness Week (ICAW) YouTube Channel. The winning video will be highlighted on the ICAW website. This year's theme is Eat...COMPOST...Repeat. Both contests are accepting entries until Nov. 2, 2020. Check out the link below! http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=00134CNSDono1fbFRy2084qUS5vpSC6acG-ZVgHDuS6JC-3o5Ea1T-VaaglBxSWZkyRXeqAi_qTrN6hqswN-9RWHT-NjR0uMdL5lREepBuhvAESv-s9qAqk4R-_aKCcMxY7NLAL34FWsNqqH_sN1D29z6OII-FGK3RlmEiLFa8jtFTkPfY12mQmbdd7DmCFqMcY&c=roToFJa6p4jk7lUx6CCQ1_xdDSlKvJ5Z6QTTw0pHPZMUKGUzE9tphA==&ch=6UGqDU360FXG8PxKXPrEBWprzmVnLGBNIYAvbeMC_cMWrf4xS-b_vQ==
6 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
Reminder LES, next week is Red Ribbon Week. Get your outfits planned for each day. Monday, October 19, 2020 – Drug Free to Reach My Dreams - wear your school appropriate pajamas Tuesday, October 20, 2020 – Teaming up Against Drugs - wear your favorite sports team clothing Thursday, October 22, 2020 – It is “Hairy” Important to Say NO to Drugs - wear crazy/messy hair Friday, October 23, 2020 – Drug Free That’s Me - wear all the red you can
6 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Nikki Waters
Good Morning LJHS and LHS! Today is Thursday, October 15th, 2020 Good luck to our HS Cross Country team on Saturday, Oct 17th @ the Cahokia Conference Meet . GO GREYHOUNDS! If there are any students wishing to continue participating in meal pickup, whether in-school or remote, please contact the office: Open gyms continue this week: *All athletes must have current physicals on file to participate* HS Girls Tuesday-Friday 3-5:15 HS Boys Monday 7-830, Tues and Th 6-7:30 JH Boys Wednesday 5-6:30 JH Girls Open Gym every T/Th 3-5pm Attention Junior High Girls basketball players: Your FIRST open gym will be Next week...it has been cancelled for tonight. Hope to see you there. Reminder to Seniors: Return your name preference slip for your diploma to Nikki in the office before October 23rd CALENDAR: Friday, Oct. 16 - NO SCHOOL - End of 1st Quarter Tuesday, Oct. 27 - Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 29 - Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 30 - NO SCHOOL
6 months ago, Nikki Waters
Jeannette Schorfheide
Good evening Lebanon Greyhounds! Tomorrow the staff is wearing pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and to honor our Greyhounds who have fought breast cancer. Please join us in wearing pink tomorrow!
6 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Josiah Munton
Good luck to Josh Fairlie, our Senior Cross Country runner, who runs at the Cahokia Conference meet this Saturday. Pictured is the EAWR Invitational meet he ran last weekend. Josh has pushed though to finish this condensed season, and we are very proud of him! Go Josh!
6 months ago, Josiah Munton
Jasen Foster
Reminder that the first PTO meeting of the '20-21 school year will take place tomorrow, Thursday, October 15, 2020, at 3:15 PM in the LES gymnasium! If you would like to attend virtually, a link will be created and sent out tomorrow morning. Hope to see you all there! Thank you!
6 months ago, Jasen Foster
Patrick Keeney
The school board, administration and teacher representatives had a very good meeting concerning current and future instructional plans for LCUSD9. We appreciate the efforts in remaining flexible in this difficult time. Moving forward we understand and maintain that student and staff safety is important. We are also aware that blended learning is new to all of us and will need to continue to improve our instructional delivery system for our students. We are looking into various options, models and possibly adding additional services in the near future. We will also be posting potential timelines for additional services very soon. In addition, we will be building upon and improving delivery of instruction. Please understand we are trying to balancing safety and potential future schedule changes appropriately. We understand there are a number of different school models, but each with trade offs as well. We will communicate plans very soon. Thank you for remaining flexible.
6 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Donna Wood
Thank you Mrs. Noud and Mrs. Clemens for leading our reading workshop.
6 months ago, Donna Wood
Patrick Keeney
Hello. Just a reminder we have meal pick up today until 11:00 at Lebanon Elementary and High School. We also have a pick up location at Summerfield from 9:00-10:00 at the Firehouse. Thank you!
6 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Jeannette Schorfheide
Seniors bring your own calculators, a light snack and a bottle of water. Do NOT bring a phone or smart watch into the gym.
6 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeff Teasley
Good Afternoon! A reminder that LHS seniors will be taking the SAT test tomorrow in the LHS gymnasium. Seniors need to report for testing between 7:35 and 7:55. Testing will begin promptly at 8:00. You will enter through the back Commons doors and be temperature checked before you enter. Don't forget your mask!
6 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Josiah Munton
HS Boys and Girls Open Gyms are cancelled for tonight. They will resume tomorrow, Oct 14.
6 months ago, Josiah Munton
Nikki Waters
Good Morning LJHS and LHS! Today is Tuesday, October 13th, 2020 Good luck to our HS Cross Country team @ the EAWR Invitational this Saturday, Oct 10th and also next Saturday, Oct 17th @ the Cahokia Conference Meet . GO GREYHOUNDS! Attention Junior High Girls basketball players: Your FIRST open gym will be Oct. 15 from 3-5 in the elementary school gym. There is also a parents meeting Oct. TONIGHT at 7pm in the LES gym with Coach Derber. Hope to see you there. If there are any students wishing to continue participating in meal pickup, whether in-school or remote, please contact the office: 618-537-4423 High School - Ext. 200 - Nikki Waters Jr High School - Ext. 242 - KaCee Floyd Open gyms continue this week: HS girls: Mon - Thursday from 3-5:15 HS Boys: Mon - Thursday from 7-8:30 Jr High Boys: Mon - Thursday from 5-6:30 Reminder to Seniors: Return your name preference slip for your diploma to Nikki in the office before October 23rd CALENDAR: Friday, Oct. 16 - NO SCHOOL - End of 1st Quarter Tuesday, Oct. 27 - Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 29 - Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 30 - NO SCHOOL
6 months ago, Nikki Waters
Jeannette Schorfheide
Good morning Lebanon Elementary parents and students. Next week, October 19 - October 23, we will celebrate Red Ribbon Week. Students can dress up both when in person or from home when meeting virtually with their teachers and peers. The dress up days are as follows: Monday, October 19, 2020 – Drug Free to Reach My Dreams - wear your school appropriate pajamas Tuesday, October 20, 2020 – Teaming up Against Drugs - wear your favorite sports team clothing Thursday, October 22, 2020 – It is “Hairy” Important to Say NO to Drugs - wear crazy/messy hair Friday, October 23, 2020 – Drug Free That’s Me - wear all the red you can
6 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Josiah Munton
The Junior High Girls basketball meeting for tonight has been postponed, as well as the open gym for Thursday. The meeting has been rescheduled for next week at 5 pm following open gym. Open gyms will start Tuesday and Thursday (Oct 20 and 22) from 3-5pm in the elementary gym. *All athletes will need to have a current physical on file with the school to participate*
6 months ago, Josiah Munton
Lisa Hardy
OPEN GYMS FOR DISTRICT 9 ATHLETES - *All athletes must have current physicals on file to participate* Open Gyms for basketball this week: HS Girls Tuesday-Friday 3-5:15 HS Boys Monday 7-830, Tues and Th 6-7:30 JH Boys Wednesday 5-6:30 JH Girls Parents Meeting Tuesday at 7pm in LES Gym, Open Gym Thursday 3-5 LES Gym and every T/Th 3-5pm after that
6 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Jeannette Schorfheide
Seniors will take the SAT October 14 in the high school gymnasium. They must be in the building no later than 7:55. Doors will open at 7:40 and will be locked at 8:00. Masks must be worn and students may bring water and a snack. No cell phones or smart watches will be allowed in the gym. Students must provide their own calculators but pencils will be provided.
6 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
Lebanon Elementary get ready!!!! Red Ribbon Week is coming October 19-23! More information to come!!!!
6 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
Good morning parents. Please contact the school offices and make sure we have a current email for you. During remote and hybrid learning email is very convenient for teachers.
6 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Josiah Munton
Open Gyms for basketball next week: HS Girls Tuesday-Friday 3-5:15 HS Boys Monday 7-830, Tues and Th 6-7:30 JH Boys Wednesday 5-6:30 JH Girls Parents Meeting Tuesday at 7pm in LES Gym, Open Gym Thursday 3-5 LES Gym
6 months ago, Josiah Munton
Nikki Waters
Good Morning LJHS and LHS! Today is Thursday, October 8, 2020 All students interested in joining the Science Olympiad should see or email Ms. DiMaria by today! Any Jr High students interested in 6th hour robotics class, please see Mrs. Derber by today. Attention Junior High Girls basketball players: Your FIRST open gym will be Oct. 15 from 3-5 in the elementary school gym. There is also a parents meeting Oct. 13th at 7pm in the LES gym with Coach Derber. Hope to see you there. If you are a Senior and want to help produce the morning announcement videos, please stop by the library ASAP. If there are any students wishing to continue participating in meal pickup, whether in-school or remote, please contact the office: 618-537-4423 High School - Ext. 200 - Nikki Waters Jr High School - Ext. 242 - KaCee Floyd Group B: Today is Picture Day Open gyms continue this week: HS girls: Mon - Thursday from 3-5:15 HS Boys: Mon - Thursday from 7-8:30 Jr High Boys: Mon - Thursday from 5-6:30 CALENDAR: Friday, Oct. 9th - NO SCHOOL - County-wide teacher institute Monday, Oct. 12 - NO SCHOOL - Columbus Day Friday, Oct. 16 - NO SCHOOL - End of 1st Quarter Tuesday, Oct. 27 - Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 29 - Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 30 - NO SCHOOL
6 months ago, Nikki Waters
Jasen Foster
This a reminder about the PTO Dairy Queen Night taking place tonight from 5-8 PM! Please stop by to grab a hot eat and a cool treat! Mention Lebanon School District #9 and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the LES PTO! Have fun!
6 months ago, Jasen Foster
Patrick Keeney
Hello, just a reminder that meal pick up is today, October 7 until 11:00 at Lebanon Elementary and High Schools. Also pick up at Summerfield until 10:00. Thank you.
6 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Donna Wood
Picture Day 1 is done!
6 months ago, Donna Wood
Jeff Teasley
Just a reminder that remote learning students who want a picture for the yearbook need to contact the office to schedule a time. Remote Learner pictures are being scheduled between 4:00 and 6:00 on Wednesday evening in the LES gym.
6 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Lisa Hardy
Lebanon CUSD #9 would like to thank Lou Schlaefer at Prescriptions Plus for donating $600 in PPE gear to the district for our students and staff. Principal Jeff Teasley is seen in the photo accepting the donations. Thank you to Lou and all the staff at Prescriptions Plus/TrueValue for taking care of our community! !
6 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Becky Barnouski
Mrs. Barnouski's 1st graders practiced ways to make seven playing a game called Shake Up.
6 months ago, Becky Barnouski
Jasen Foster
Reminders: Picture Days: A Group- 10/06, Remote Learners- 10/07 by appointment, B Group- 10/08 PTO- DQ Fundraiser on 10/07 @5-8 PM No School on 10/09-Teacher Institute, 12-Columbus Day, or 16-Remote Planning Day
6 months ago, Jasen Foster
Donna Wood
Here's information regarding our Virtual Parent Teacher Conferences coming up at the end of the month.
6 months ago, Donna Wood
Jeff Teasley
Good morning Greyhounds! Reminder! Picture day for A-L students on Tuesday. Picture day for M-Z students on Thursday. Picture day for remote learning students on Wednesday from 4-6 in the LES gym. Please call the office to schedule a time for pictures to be taken Wednesday night!
6 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Donna Wood
Mrs. Davis’ first graders using Play-Doh to practice their spelling words.
6 months ago, Donna Wood
Donna Wood
Mrs. Davis' class using Play-Doh to practice their spelling words.
6 months ago, Donna Wood
Donna Wood
Please come out and support the PTO to help raise money for our school! DAIRY Queen fundraiser October 7th, 2020 5-8pm at the Lebanon Dairy Queen
6 months ago, Donna Wood
Nikki Waters
Good Morning LJHS and LHS! Today is Friday, October 2, 2020 MARK YOUR CALENDARS! October 6-8 Picture Days Group A: Oct. 6 Group B: Oct. 8 Remote Students: Oct. 7 (4-6p.m. @ LES) Please call offices to schedule your photo time. Any Seniors interested in joining the morning announcement crew, please visit the library for more information! Reminder: We will have no school next Friday, Oct. 9th due to county-wide teacher institute and also, there will be no school on Oct. 12 due to Columbus Day Attention Junior High Girls basketball players: Your FIRST open gym will be Oct. 15 from 3-5 in the elementary school gym. There is also a parents meeting Oct. 13th at 7pm in the LES gym with Coach Derber. Hope to see you there. Open gyms continue next week: HS girls: Mon - Thursday from 3-5:15 HS Boys: Mon - Thursday from 7-8:30 JrHigh Boys: Mon - Thursday from 5-6:30 Any Jr High students interested in robotics, please see Mrs. Derber by next Thursday, October 8th.
6 months ago, Nikki Waters
Donna Wood
Here are some calendar reminders. We will send out parent teacher conference information soon.
6 months ago, Donna Wood
Jeff Teasley
Hello! Happy Thursday! LCUSD 9 is opening up its 2nd Quarter remote learning registration list from October 1st - October 7th. All Parents/Guardians who wish to have their LCUSD 9 student learn remotely for 2nd quarter will need to fill out the registration form on the district website or use the link below: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1uWnEBI0cpn6KXfp_RyEU09R8G-Vg1kVBCP2ieC_5Tz4/edit Thank you!
6 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Josiah Munton
Open Gyms today: HS Girls at 3pm, JH boys at 5pm. Please continue to do a good job of wearing a mask and social distancing!
6 months ago, Josiah Munton
Nikki Waters
Please remember: A Group (last name A-L) will return every Monday and Tuesday B Group (last name M-Z) will return every Thursday and Friday Wednesday is a full remote day Also remember that on days you are not in person, you should be logging in remotely to your classes as each teacher has instructed. MARK YOUR CALENDARS! October 6-8 Picture Days Group A: Tuesday Oct. 6 Group B: Thursday Oct. 8 Remote Students: Wednesday Oct. 7 (4-6p.m. @ LES) Please call offices to schedule your photo time. ATTENTION PARENTS OF REMOTE STUDENTS: Voegele Studios will be here from 4:00 to 6:00 pm on Wednesday, October 7th. If you would like your child to have fall pictures taken, please call the office to reserve a time spot. We have 12 spots available every 15 minutes. You MUST reserve a spot. Walk-ins will not be accepted. Order forms are available in the front office of the high school building. Pictures can be ordered online or in person. If in person have your form completed and money enclosed at the time of your appointment. Students must wear a mask until they are directed by the photographer to remove it for the picture. Then they must put them back on to exit the building. ALL REMOTE STUDENT PICTURES WILL BE DONE AT THE LES BUILDING!! Students may enter the building from the back parking lot. Parents must remain outside. We will have a door attendant that will take your child's temperature and provide them with their photo ticket. If students have an order form they will be asked to deposit their order form into a box. Then be directed to the waiting line. They will have their picture taken and then exit through the back doors. Individual questions should be directed to: KaCee Floyd - Ext. 242 - Jr High Secretary - kfloyd@lcusd9.org Nikki Waters - Ext. 200 - High School Secretary - nwaters@lcusd9.org
6 months ago, Nikki Waters
Patrick Keeney
Reminder meal pick up is today, Wednesday 30th until 11:00am at Lebanon High School and Lebanon Elementary School. We also have a pick up at Summerfield until 10:00am. Hope to see you at meal pick up. Thanks
6 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Donna Wood
Our fourth graders are studying the artist Dean Russell with Mrs. Kashycke. LES artists sketched and painted their own greyhound based on Russo’s style.
7 months ago, Donna Wood
Jeannette Schorfheide
Just a reminder that all seniors will take the SAT on October 14. More information to come.
7 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Theresa Dimaria
Taking science outside today!
7 months ago, Theresa Dimaria
Lisa Hardy
Senior, Katie Fertig, using the TRX outside for Conditioning class.
7 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Jeannette Schorfheide
The NCAA is hosting a parent/student athlete information session on October 10. Please use this link to register in advance. Any high school student who thinks they might play a college sport should attend. https://pub.s1.exacttarget.com/g2tyldsstp2?j=83411285&sfmc_sub=832264369&l=7822357_HTML&u=726268323&mid=10892399&jb=2
7 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Kendra Kashycke
Picture Day is right around the corner!
7 months ago, Kendra Kashycke
Jeannette Schorfheide
Seniors: October 1 is the date to start filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Remember this is a new graduation requirement in Illinois. This is a State requirement!
7 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Lisa Hardy
7 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Josiah Munton
Attention JH Boys Basketball players: We will have our first open gym this Wednesday from 5:00-6:30 in the HS gym. Bring a mask, water bottle, and social distance as you enter the building. I am also excited to announce our new coach, Coach Jamar Hemphill, who comes highly recommended with lots of experience. I am excited for him to work with our boys and help build our basketball program! Go Greyhounds!
7 months ago, Josiah Munton
Donna Wood
Attention LHS Girls interested in Basketball.
7 months ago, Donna Wood
Kacee Floyd
Happy Friday & welcome back from a few of our teachers here at LJH & HS!
7 months ago, Kacee Floyd
Mrs. Wyms
Happy Friday! More Junior High Teachers welcoming back our students!
7 months ago, Mrs. Wyms
Josiah Munton
Attention HS Girls Basketball players (9th-12th): Open gyms/preseason workouts for any girls interested in basketball will begin in the HS gym next week from 3-5:15 Monday-Thursday. Bring a mask and water bottle. Come try it out even if you’re new to the game or unsure about playing. We’d love to have you join!
7 months ago, Josiah Munton
Lisa Hardy
Welcome Back Greyhounds! Check out the Welcome Back video from Principal Jeff Teasley! https://5il.co/lfnp
7 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Josiah Munton
Reminder Cross Country Runners: Meeting today at 3:30 pm outside the commons.
7 months ago, Josiah Munton
Jeff Teasley
Some reminders and information before tomorrow: Students last name A-L attend school tomorrow. Last names M-Z attend on Friday. Starting next week, A-L will attend school on Monday and Tuesday, M-Z will attend school on Thursday and Friday. Students must wear face masks at all times during the school day. Neck gaiters are not an allowable mask due to concerns about their inability to properly protect individuals against viruses. Doors to the building open at 7:45. Please time your arrival to school for that time. Upon entry, students will report directly to 1st hour class. Classes start at 8:00. All students not riding a bus to school will enter through the Commons entrance to LHS. Bus riders will enter through a different set of doors. Students should bring a fully charged Chromebook to school each day. We are excited to have you back.! Go Greyhounds!
7 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Donna Wood
Here are some of our Junior High teachers getting ready for our students tomorrow. Welcome back!!
7 months ago, Donna Wood
Patrick Keeney
Reminder, we have meal pick up today until 11:00 at LHS and LES. We also have meal pick up at Summerfield from 9;00-10:00 at Fireman’s Hall. Hope to see you there!
7 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Jasen Foster
7 months ago, Jasen Foster
Jeannette Schorfheide
Please use the following link to schedule individual counseling sessions with me once in-person learning starts. If you need more than a 10-15 session please email me at the email below to schedule a virtual meeting. https://calendly.com/jschorfheide/individual-appointmes for appointments between 9:00 am and 1:00 pm or email jschorfheide@lcusd9.org for after 1:00.
7 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeff Teasley
We will be having new high school student and freshman orientation from 2:00 - 2:45 on Tuesday, 9/22. Students with last names A-L will report to the LHS gym through the front gym lobby doors. Students with last name M-Z will report to the LHS Commons through the LHS Commons entrance in the back of the building. Entry to the building will begin at 1:50. Please time your arrival accordingly to avoid social distancing concerns. New JrH student and 6th grade orientation will take place Tuesday from 3:00 - 3:45. Students with last names A-L will report to the LHS gym through the front gym lobby doors. Students with last name M-Z will report to the LHS Commons through the LHS Commons entrance in the back of the building. We look forward to seeing you!
7 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Patrick Keeney
Hello. As we prepare for students to return to in-person instruction, many questions will arise. Know that our first priority will be the safety of students and staff. Additionally, we have updated our web page at LCUSD9.org with some information and Q & A reference for each school building. For any additional questions feel free to reach out via email or phone to the school building your child or children attend. As referenced on our web page, with the adjustment of A/B days and 50% student capacity Blended Learning Plan, we know families may want to change learning plans. If you are happy with your selection prior to lock down nothing further is needed. Any changes must be made prior to Friday, September 18th. After September 18th, students will not be able to move from remote to in-person until 2nd quarter. Thank you for your support. Go Greyhounds!
7 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Jeff Teasley
For our first two days of student attendance, “A” students will attend on Thursday 9/24 and “B” students will attend on 9/25.
7 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Jeff Teasley
Hello! Just a reminder about our Blended Learning schedule starting next week Thursday 9/24/2020: “A” schedule students have last name A-L and attend classes in-person on Monday and Tuesday. “B” schedule students have last name M-Z and attend classes in-person on Thursday and Friday. For more information, go to lcusd9.org and click on the link “Blended Learning Plan”.
7 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Lisa Hardy
LCUSD #9 will be using the in-person or remote selections you chose before the August 7 county lock down as your student's selection for instruction. With the adjustment of A/B days and 50% capacity Blended Learning Plan, we know families may want to change. If you are happy with your selection prior to the lock down, nothing further is needed. If you would like to change your selection, please contact your building principal prior to this Friday, September 18, 2020. After September 18th, students will not be able to move from remote to in-person until second quarter. Thank you. LES - Jasen Foster, jfoster@lcusd9.org -618-537-4553, LHS/LJHS -Jeff Teasley, jteasley@lcusd9.org -618-537-4423.
7 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Patrick Keeney
Reminder, that today we have meal pick up until 11:00am at LHS and LES. We also have Summerfield pick up 9:00-10:00am at Fireman’s Hall. Hope to see you for meal pick up today.
7 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Josiah Munton
Attention Cross Country runners: We will have a meeting on Thursday, 9/24 at 3:30 pm outside by the high school commons to discuss the remainder of our season. As always, wear a mask and social distance as you arrive. Go Greyhounds!
7 months ago, Josiah Munton
Patrick Keeney
Hello. With the decision of the St. Clair County Health Department and Regional Office of Education to allow schools to return to in person instruction based on local determination, we are pleased to announce that LCUSD9 will begin our Blended Return to Learn Model. This will be an “A” & “B” day, 50% capacity model that will allow for social distancing. Wearing a mask and social distancing will allow our students and staff a safe return to school. Please visit our district web site for more schedule information on the blended model. Full remote will also be offered for those families still wanting that option. We will begin next Thursday, September 24 with our “A” group and then our “B” group on Friday, September 25. After that our weekly schedule will be A, A, Remote Day for all, B, B. We will continue to work towards full inclusion. We know the importance of students being in school and appreciate your cooperation.
7 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Donna Wood
In honor of Patriot Day on September 11, we bring you our character word of the month—Patriotism. Here’s a link to our Flipgrid board https://Flipgrid.com/77319177
7 months ago, Donna Wood
Jeannette Schorfheide
Seniors should have completed their senior planning form and signed up for a senior meeting with me. Parents, you are invited to the meetings as well. Please make sure your senior has completed these tasks.
7 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Patrick Keeney
Reminder today until 11:00am is meal pick up at LES and LHS. Also we have a Summerfield meal pick up from 9:00-10:00 this morning at Fireman’s Hall.
7 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Jeannette Schorfheide
The link is a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) completion video. You can sign up for a free virtual Financial Aid Night through SIUE or watch this video as you go through the process. October 1 is the first day you can complete the FAFSA. You can find links at jschorfheide.weebly.com. REMINDER: ALL SENIORS must complete the FAFSA to receive a diploma in the State of Illinois. ttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFijtBHLIeY&t=161s
7 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
Seniors: you will take the SAT at school on October 14 from 8:15-1:30 for free, this is the State funded free SAT.
7 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Kendra Kashycke
2020-21 Yearbooks are on sale now! This is our early bird special! Yearbooks are $35 now through Sept 11!
7 months ago, Kendra Kashycke
Jeannette Schorfheide
The links below are to the SIUE Free Financial Aid Nights. Due to remote learning at this time we will not have an in-person financial aid night so please register for one of the following zoom financial aid nights. Again, ALL seniors MUST complete a FAFSA to earn a diploma in the State of Illinois. Juniors will NOT complete the FAFSA until October 1 of 2021 but you can gather information now to help you prepare. You can start taking virtual and in-person (for schools that have them) college visits to help you decide on a college. https://siue.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_C5_bNU3wQROaBgz2ckMjaw Sep 21, 2020 06:00 PM https://siue.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_lozL0lEPR_SymGWuwLSZzQ Sep 22, 2020 06:00 PM https://siue.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_H_nPiWLwRWq3nlB_spoQiA Sep 24, 2020 06:00 PM
7 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Patrick Keeney
Just a reminder, meal pick up today, Wednesday 2nd from now until 11:00am at LES gym and LHS commons. We will also have a pick up at Summerfield from 9:00-10:00am today also. Hope to see you today for weekly meal pick up. Thank you!
7 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Donna Wood
LES has some new signs. Thanks Amy Venhaus for helping with this project.
7 months ago, Donna Wood
Joanie Thole
All 1st-5th grade Parents: If you have not scheduled a testing appointment with Mrs Thole, please contact her. Jthole@lcusd9.org or 618.537.4553 Ext. 456
8 months ago, Joanie Thole
Jeannette Schorfheide
Schedule changes are officially done.
8 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeff Teasley
Good afternoon! If any LHS/LJHS students are in need of classroom supplies (notebooks, pencils, etc) to assist them while in remote learning, please contact your 1st period teacher by email or call the office (537-4423). We will be happy to get supplies together for you, and schedule a time for you to come get them.
8 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Lisa Hardy
Meal pick up will happen tomorrow, Wednesday, August 26 from 7:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Pickup at LES is the back doors of the gymnasium, and at LHS/LJHS the back doors in the Commons. If you are wanting to pick up meals for your student, please click on the link below to get your student added to our list. Meal pick up will happen every Wednesday from 7:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Unlike our situation in early spring, we are offering meals to all students but payment is also expected for those that do not qualify for free meals. The menus are available on the website and we are asking that payments go thru MySchoolBucks at this time. Breakfast is $1.40 for both buildings and lunch at LES is $2.20 and at LHS/LHS $2.40. Reduced rates are .30 cents for breakfast and .40 cents for lunch. If you have any questions, please reach out to the offices for more information. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1dN-d9tPLHwEN8Gy5phzC8gOyHRaov0uGxBAqgRlw9hg/edit
8 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Jeannette Schorfheide
High school students will not be allowed to make changes to schedules after Wednesday, August 26, 2020. You must reach me at jschorfheide@lcusd9.org to make a change before 1:00pm tomorrow.
8 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeff Teasley
Good morning! Welcome back to school! Just a friendly reminder that classes at LJHS and LHS begin today at 8:00!! We hope you are as excited as our teachers and staff are to get get going today. Here is the daily class schedule for all 6th-12th grade students: First Hour 8:00-8:40 Second Hour 8:43-9:23 Third Hour 9:26-10:06 Fourth Hour 10:09-10:49 Fifth Hour 10:52-11:32 Sixth Hour 11:35-12:15 Seventh Hour 12:18-12:58
8 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Donna Wood
Virtual school starts Monday, August 24. Please get signed in and logged on to all the school devices. Our faculty and staff have been working very hard this week. Check the notes sent home during pick up days. If you missed pick up day or need help, you need to call your child's school during office hours (8:00-3:30) to make arrangements. We are looking forward to seeing everyone online.
8 months ago, Donna Wood
Lisa Hardy
JOB LISTINGS: Secretary Aide Cook Bus Driver Please send resume to lhardy@lcusd9.org or mail to 200 West Schuetz Street - Lebanon, IL 62254 - Attn: Patrick Keeney by Wednesday, August 26, 2020.
8 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Lisa Hardy
Chromebook contracts are now on the website underneath Back To School 2020-21. Please take a look as you will be asked to sign the agreement when you are here for Remote Learning Pick-Up Day tomorrow and Friday. Click on the link https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/869617/Chromebook_Contract.pdf
8 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Jeff Teasley
Good afternoon! Tomorrow from 9:00-6:00 will be textbook/device pick up for students with last names A-L. On Friday from 9:00-6:00 will be textbook/device pickups for students with last names M-Z. Pickups will be in the back parking lot for LES students. LHS/LJHS students will pick up in the HS gym rear (South) entrance. We are excited to get items in our students hands for the beginning of remote learning on Monday!
8 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Jeannette Schorfheide
Students who need a schedule change should email Mrs. Schorfheide at jschorfheide@lcusd9.org.
8 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeff Teasley
Reminder! LCUSD 9 Virtual Open House starts at 5:30. Click on the link on our district website!! Visit all of our teacher and administrator pages!
8 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Jeff Teasley
Good evening! Lebanon High School and Lebanon Junior High School will have a Virtual Open House starting at 5:30 PM this Monday night. On the district website, LHS/LJHS teachers will each have links to their classroom websites for parents and students to view. Our teacher websites will contain great information for preparing our Greyhounds for the upcoming school year.
8 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Lisa Hardy
Good evening! Here is more information regarding Virtual Open House Night at LES - please click on the link - https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/858819/20200814173519532.pdf
8 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Lisa Hardy
Mr. Foster, new principal of Lebanon Elementary School, will be presenting a Virtual Open House on Monday, August 17, 2020, at 5:00 PM. Plan to join in so that you can learn about him, the teachers, and some of the awesome, new ideas for this upcoming school year! The link to his Virtual Open House is shared below. Immediately following the Virtual Open House, the staff will be lined around the rear parking lot of LES ready to greet and wave to families as they drive through from 5:30-6:30! LES Virtual Open House When: Mon Aug 17, 2020 5:00pm – 5:30pm Central Time - Join with Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/bxu-tqyh-mam
8 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Jeff Teasley
Good afternoon! District 9 has updated its Back to School 2020 plans on the district website. We believe the updates will answer many of your questions regarding remote learning, as well as explain our current plans for when students are recommended to return to in-person learning. Thank you for patience, flexibility, and support during this difficult time.
8 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Jeannette Schorfheide
High school students who wish to make schedule changes should try to do so by August 19, for ease in starting remote learning. To receive your schedule you must return registration paperwork to Mrs. Weil. Thank you.
8 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeff Teasley
Good morning! Our new student, freshman, and 6th grade orientation events scheduled for tomorrow afternoon have been cancelled. We will reschedule these events as soon as we determine when we will be able to bring our students back into the building for in-person learning.
8 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Patrick Keeney
Hello. Welcome back to school. This is not the start we had expected but hope to return to in-person instruction ASAP. Remote learning details are located on our school district web site. We will have textbook and Chromebook pick up beginning next Thursday, August 20th for students who’s last name begins with A-L from 9:00-6:00pm at gym in the building your student attends. We will have pick up for students with the last name beginning M-Z on Friday, August 21st from 9:00-6:00pm also at same gym locations. Please use social distancing and wear a face mask. Full remote learning will begin on Monday, August 24th. If you have any additional questions please contact your child’s Principal. We appreciate your support as we begin another great school year at Lebanon CUSD#9.
8 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Patrick Keeney
On Friday, August 7th Governor Pritzker announced that St. Clair County was now one of 13 counties in the state of Illinois that are now considered at “warning level” for Covid Virus. Large portions of new cases are in school age children. Additionally, the St. Clair County Health Department and Regional Office of Education advised each and every school district in St. Clair County to begin the school year with full remote learning. Lebanon CUSD#9 will begin the school year full remote. We will continue to reassess and work with IDPH and the ROE on a daily basis in order to work towards in person instruction. We understand the importance of students being in class and will make every attempt to maximize student achievement. We are working through a great many details in a short amount of time and will send more information as soon as possible. Please remain flexible in this unprecedented time.
8 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Jeff Teasley
Good evening! To allow our maintenance staff enough time to have LHS and LJHS ready for students, we are rescheduling 9th grade and new student orientation at LHS to Thursday at 1:00. There will also be a 6th grade and new JrH orientation Thursday at 5:00. Masks will be required at all times during orientation. Both events will begin in the LHS Commons. We will send out more details soon.
8 months ago, Jeff Teasley
Lisa Hardy
Attention Cross Country runners! We have been practicing and are still welcoming new athletes! You do not need any previous experience to excel at cross country- we are ready to work with anyone willing to give our sport a shot. Hope to see you there 6:30pm Monday-Friday Do not come if you are sick or experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19. All runners MUST wear a mask until temp checked and cleared to remove it. Please do not attend if you or anyone you have been in contact with is sick or is being tested. Always bring your own water.
8 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Josiah Munton
High School Boys and Girls Golfers: Parents and students interested in golf this year should join us for an informational meeting this Thursday, August 6th at 5:30pm. The meeting will be held outside in the area east of the Junior High- you should wear a mask and social distance. You are welcome to bring your paperwork/physical to this meeting, as they are required to practice starting Aug 10. If you cannot attend, email Mr. Munton at jmunton@lcusd9.org.
8 months ago, Josiah Munton
Lisa Hardy
We are excited to announce that the Chapter One charity will be providing school supplies for all of our students this school year!! Thanks to Jessica Zurliene and all of the contributors to the Chapter One charity!! Students will be asked to bring the following items as school supplies. This is for the entire district K-12. Backpack Facial Tissue Disinfectant Wipes Ear buds/Headphones Hand sanitizer If you have any questions, please reach out to the building principals - LHS/LJHS-Mr. Teasley at jteasley@lcusd9.org or LES-Mr. Foster at jfoster@lcusd9.org.
9 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Lisa Hardy
LCUSD #9 has certified openings for the 2020-21 school year: HS Math District Librarian - qualifications for District Librarian are to have a Master's in Library Science If you are interested in either position, please send resumes to lhardy@lcusd9.org or mail to 200 West Schuetz Street -Lebanon, IL 62254 - Attn: Patrick Keeney - you may call 618-537-4611 if you have any questions or email Principal, Jeff Teasley at jteasley@lcusd9.org.
9 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Lisa Hardy
Reminder to all of our parents/guardians that the deadline to fill out the Remote Learning Survey is tomorrow(July 31) for your student(s). You will not be able to change to in-person learning until the quarter is completed which is October 16. You must register through normal district registration to be enrolled for the school year as a remote learner on our website. Click the link provided for the Remote Survey - https://bit.ly/3jve7LL
9 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Lisa Hardy
Attention Band Students - First marching band practice for the year is tonight(7/27) at LHS at 6:00 p.m. Please wear masks and bring your own bottled water - please keep in mind we will be practicing social distancing as well!
9 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Josiah Munton
Lebanon JH Softball/Baseball: Tryouts/Practices are scheduled to begin Monday, July 27th. Softball practices are 9:00-10:30am M-F, which a parent meeting tomorrow night, July 26th at 7:00. Baseball practices are 6:30-8:00 M-F. Reminder on the following guidelines: Players must have all paperwork and physicals turned in before participating. All players and coaches will complete a COVID-19 questionnaire and have their temperature check prior to participating. Masks must be worn until socially distanced outside. Players should bring their own water and any equipment of their own they want to use. We will continue to follow all SIJHSAA/IHSA guidelines, and will update everyone as we get new info. Go Greyhounds!
9 months ago, Josiah Munton
Josiah Munton
HS Girls Basketball: The schedule for open gyms starting July 27th for the next three weeks are as follows.. Mon and Wed (8 - 10am) Tues, Thurs, and Fri (11 - 1pm). Masks required, and bring your own water! Email jmunton@lcusd9.org if you have any questions.
9 months ago, Josiah Munton
Lisa Hardy
There will be a meeting for JrH Softball (grades 5-8) on Sunday(7-26) at 7:00 p.m. at the softball field at school. If raining, it will be in the LHS Gym. Everyone must wear masks - thank you and hope to see you there!
9 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Lisa Hardy
Attached are the current information on Lebanon CUSD #9 plans for return to school for the 2020-21 school year. https://bit.ly/3jve7LL
9 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Josiah Munton
Lebanon High School Girls Basketball Players entering the 9th-12th grades: We will have a meeting/open gym THIS WEDNESDAY 7/22 from 9-11 am in the High School Gym. All players MUST wear a mask the entire time indoors. Please do not attend if you or anyone you have been in contact with is sick or being tested. Bring your own water and anything else you may need- locker rooms are closed. If you cannot be there but are interested in playing, please send an email to jmunton@lcusd9.org. See you then! Lebanon Athletics
9 months ago, Josiah Munton
Josiah Munton
Lebanon students interested in fall cross country- we will meet Monday (7/20/20) evening 6:30 pm at the rear entrance area of the high school. We will have the first practice on Tuesday (7/21/20) time to be determined. All players MUST wear a mask until temp checked and cleared to remove it. Please do not attend if you or anyone you have been in contact with is sick or being tested. Always bring your own water. See you then! Lebanon Athletics
9 months ago, Josiah Munton
Josiah Munton
ATTN: Junior High Boys Baseball Players! We will have an OPEN FIELD practice/meeting on MONDAY, July 20th from 7:00-8:30 pm for any 5-8th grade players interested in playing baseball this season. All players MUST wear a mask until temp checked and cleared to go to the field. Please do not attend if you or anyone you have been in contact with is sick or being tested. Bring your own water! At this time, we plan to start daily tryouts/practice for the season on Monday, July 27th. Make sure you have your physical and all forms turned in by this date. I am excited about the possibility of baseball this season, and if you have questions about anything please do not hesitate to contact me! Coach Munton
9 months ago, Josiah Munton
Lisa Hardy
THERE ARE STILL 7 OPENINGS FOR PRE-K STUDENTS!! PLEASE CALL MRS. STIEF ASAP!! Lebanon Elementary School will conduct its annual pre-kindergarten screening for the 2020-2021 school year on August 5th and 6th. Appointments must be made in advance by emailing Mrs. Leslie Stief, EC/PreK Teacher, at LStrobel@LCUSD9.org. Appointments are available each day from 1:15-4:15. The screening is free and available to all preschool age children who will not be eligible to attend Kindergarten in the fall and will be three (3) years old on or before September 1, 2020. The screening lasts approximately one hour. Parents must bring a birth certificate from the county in which your child was born. The hospital announcement will not be accepted. You will be asked to complete a form covering the early development of your child. The school’s goal is to assist parents in making sure that their child will be ready for kindergarten and prepare them for future school experiences. The screening will cover areas of fine and gross motor skills, concepts, and communication as well as vision and hearing. Strengths and weaknesses will be identified in all of these areas and will be discussed with the parents at the end of the screening. In order to be eligible, you must participate in the screenings, so please email and make an appointment as soon as possible.
9 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Patrick Keeney
Hello Lebanon School Community. As we finalize plans for the 2020-2021 school year we just wanted to share a brief overview of the upcoming school year. Our first priority is the safety of our students and staff. We will continue to work with the State Board of Education and Health Department to provide an optimal learning environment. Additionally, we have determined that the best course will be to have in person instruction each and every day for all students. We will also be offering a remote learning option as well. Tentative plans may change due to state mandates at anytime, so please remain flexible. School will begin for students on Wednesday, August 19th. In order to comply with phase 4 restrictions we will need to adjust school arrival and departure times in order to allow all students to attend each day. We will have a finalized schedule and more details by early next week. Thank you for your continued support! Yours in education, Return to School Committee
9 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Lisa Hardy
Any girl interested in playing HS Volleyball: We are starting our summer workouts on Monday!! Here is the schedule for the next 4 weeks: Mondays: 3pm-6pm Tuesdays: 8am-10am Wednesdays: 3pm-6pm Thursdays: 8am-10am Fridays: 8am-10am These workouts are only for LHS students 9th-12th grade. Due to COVID here are a few things that will be taking place in order to do our workouts/practice: Athletes will need to arrive 15 minutes early, they will have there temperature taken, and questionnaire filled out, and hand washing prior to doing anything. No locker rooms or water fountains will be available. Bleachers will not be out. Everyone will space out their equipment and be required to bring plenty of water. Please make sure all of your items are labeled! Each athlete will need hand sanitizer in their bags to use during water breaks. I plan to have some available, just in case! Please bring indoor and outdoor tennis shoes. We will try to do some activities outside so nobody gets overheated. I know this is a different time than what we are used to, but I am glad we are moving in the right direction toward something normal. Please stay safe and healthy! I really miss all of you ladies! Can't wait to see everyone Monday! Coach Shirley Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android
9 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Lisa Hardy
Due to the continued state Coronavirus restrictions, we will not be able to have our formal High School and Junior High School Graduation Ceremony that we were planning on having July 25th. We wish all graduates good luck!
9 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Patrick Keeney
Due to the continued state Coronavirus restrictions, we will not be able to have our formal High School and Junior High School Graduation Ceremony that we were planning on having July 25th. We wish all graduates good luck!
9 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Lisa Hardy
Open field for softball starts on Wednesday (7-8-20) from 9:00 am - 10:45 am. This will be for girls in the Lebanon School District that are entering 5th grade up through 8th grade this upcoming school year. Here are just a few things that will need to take place in order to be able to practice ... Athletes will be screened BEFORE practice ... temperature taken and questionnaire filled out. If you feel sick, please stay home. We can’t share equipment, (except softballs) they will be sanitized after practice. Bring your own water bottle and label it with your name. We won’t be using the dugout during these open fields. When you arrive please remember to keep 6 feet of distance between you and your teammates. Bring personal hand sanitizer, if possible. • There will be no shared athletic towels, clothing, shoes, gloves, face masks, helmets, bats, or catcher’s gear • When we meet in close proximity to talk please wear a mask. I’m sorry things have to be this way, but we need to protect each other.😊 We can still have fun! Lets make the best of this situation! Go Hounds!
9 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Lisa Hardy
Pre-Kindergarten Screenings Lebanon Elementary School 408 Mary Jane Lebanon, IL 62254 Lebanon Elementary School will conduct its annual pre-kindergarten screening for the 2020-2021 school year on August 5th and 6th. Appointments must be made in advance by emailing Mrs. Leslie Stief, EC/PreK Teacher, at LStrobel@LCUSD9.org. Appointments are available each day from 1:15-4:15. The screening is free and available to all preschool age children who will not be eligible to attend Kindergarten in the fall and will be three (3) years old on or before September 1, 2020. The screening lasts approximately one hour. Parents must bring a birth certificate from the county in which your child was born. The hospital announcement will not be accepted. You will be asked to complete a form covering the early development of your child. The school’s goal is to assist parents in making sure that their child will be ready for kindergarten and prepare them for future school experiences. The screening will cover areas of fine and gross motor skills, concepts, and communication as well as vision and hearing. Strengths and weaknesses will be identified in all of these areas and will be discussed with the parents at the end of the screening. In order to be eligible, you must participate in the screenings, so please email and make an appointment as soon as possible.
9 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Lisa Hardy
The Southern Illinois Junior High School Athletic Association has not made an official ruling on the level of athletic involvement for the 20-21 school year. They are hoping to release guidance later in July. As of right now there are no practices or tryouts for the Jr. High, and we will post here when coaches are holding practices and tryouts. Thank you for your patience as we strive to do our part to keep the Greyhound community healthy and well.
9 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Lisa Hardy
Lebanon Community Unit District #9 has openings for the following positions - if you are interested, please send resume to Lebanon CUSD #9 - 200 West Schuetz Street - Lebanon, IL 62254 Attn: Patrick Keeney or send resume to lhardy@lcusd9.org. JrH Secretary District Librarian JrH Asst Baseball Coach JrH Head Boy's Basketball Coach JrH Head Girl's Basketball Coach JrH Asst Girl's Basketball Coach HS Asst Soccer Coach HS Asst Golf Coach HS Head Girl's Basketball Coach HS Asst Girl's Basketball Coach HS Asst Boy's Basketball Coach HS Cheerleading Head Coach HS Cheerleading Asst Coach HS Track Head Coach
10 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Lisa Hardy
Lebanon Greyhound Athletes - Updates have been made on the Lebanon Greyhounds sports website - make sure to check it out and keep updated with practices, games, info, etc.... www.lebanonsports.org
10 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Patrick Keeney
Elementary School Yearbook Pickup is taking place from 4:30-6:30 today, June 24th in the back of the elementary building. If you still need to purchase a yearbook, please bring EXACT cash or a check made payable to Voegle Photography. The cost is $20 per yearbook. If you are unable to come tonight our office will be open from 9:00-3:00 tomorrow. Thank you, LES
10 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Patrick Keeney
Hello. We hope everyone is having a safe and fun filled summer break. As you may have heard the state released information today for in-person instruction for the 2020-21 school year. The document was released to school districts and the public today so please be patient as the administrative team and staff sort through the 60 page guideline document for a safe return to school this August. We hope to release a solid in-person instruction/return to school plan by mid July. We will be working hard to incorporate all the safety guidelines to keep students and staff safe. In the meantime, please go to our district web site to complete our online registration packets for the upcoming school year. Yours in education, Mr. Keeney
10 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Ann-Marie Vandeloo
Pick up your Lebanon Elementary School Yearbook Wednesday, June 24th at the back of the elementary building between 4:30 and 6:30 pm. If you still need to purchase a yearbook, please bring exact cash or a check made payable to Voegle Photography. The cost is $20 per yearbook.
10 months ago, Ann-Marie Vandeloo
Patrick Keeney
Hello. We are so excited to begin Registration for the 2020-2021 School Year. This year we will be utilizing on-line registration. Please visit the LCUSD9 district web page for information for registering for the upcoming school year. You will also be able to pay any school fees online by clicking on the my school bucks link. Registration will begin today, June 18th and close on July 2nd. Please visit our district web page to register your student(s) for the upcoming school year. We are looking forward to another great year!
10 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Jeannette Schorfheide
Congratulations to Taylor Garcia and Madison Peters on receiving the Lebanon Women’s Club Scholarship!!
10 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
Reminder all graduates; you must request transcripts via Parchment Exchange for colleges. Military can request via email.
10 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Lisa Hardy
Lebanon CUSD 9 is looking to fill many coaching positions for the upcoming school year - if you are interested, please send resume to 200 West Schuetz Street, Lebanon, IL 62254 Attn: Patrick Keeney or you may email resume to lhardy@lcusd9.org. JrH Head Boy's Baseball Coach JrH Asst Boy's Baseball Coach HS Asst Golf Coach HS Asst Soccer Coach JrH Head Girl's Basketball Coach JrH Head Boy's Basketball Coach HS Asst Boy's Basketball Coach HS Head Girl's Basketball Coach HS Asst Girl's Basketball Coach HS Head Cheerleading Coach HS Asst Cheerleading Coach
10 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Jeannette Schorfheide
High school students who were not successful in a class this year can take classes online through Illinois Virtual School. Please contact Mrs. Schorfheide at jschorfheide@lcusd9.org or text including your name in the message 618-304-5405. Also check your email next week for information from her.
11 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Kendra Kashycke
Yearbook Signing: SOCIALLY DISTANCED EDITION We are excited to announce that the LEBANON SCHOOLS yearbook signing tradition is alive and it’s fully digital to suit our socially distanced students. Jostens has just launched a new platform, Yearbook Digital Signing Pages, that gives every student in our school the chance to create a virtual signing page section for their yearbook. After setting up an account, they invite friends to leave messages and signatures. This is free for every student whether they purchased a yearbook or not. Register an account today and get started collecting messages. http://yearbooksigning.jostens.com/
11 months ago, Kendra Kashycke
Patrick Keeney
Hello, due to the potential of rain tomorrow and state social distancing rules we will be mailing home all student report cards. There will be NO in person pick up tomorrow. Please have a safe and wonderful summer!
11 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Lisa Hardy
Due to predicted rain/thunderstorms tomorrow, report cards will be mailed home to ALL students. Stay safe and enjoy your summer!
11 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Jeannette Schorfheide
Seniors must request transcripts via parchment exchange or final transcripts will not be sent. Athletes must also request transcripts via NCAA or NAIA.
11 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Lisa Hardy
Parents and Guardians - We have created an Remote Learning Survey and would love to hear from you. If you have a few minutes, click on the link and let us know what worked and what didn't work! You can also access the survey thru our phone ap. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfv112r9XzF2wMd0YRttRBXX3pJdEU0FoK-zEcDaG93HYpvEQ/viewform
11 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Lisa Hardy
ATTENTION ALL LJHS 8TH GRADE GRADUATES -PLEASE EMAIL MRS. JACKSON FOR A DIPLOMA PICK-UP TIME FOR SATURDAY, MAY 30, 2020. YOU MAY REACH HER AT LJACKSON@LCUSD9.ORG.
11 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Lisa Hardy
Report Card pickup day for grades K-11 will be on Thursday, May 28, 2020 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. K-5 will pick up in circle drive behind LES(or gym if raining). Grades 6-11 will pick up behind school across from the white shed(just inside the back entrance if raining). See you then!
11 months ago, Lisa Hardy
Patrick Keeney
Happy Memorial Day. We want to wish everyone a happy and safe Summer. We will have one last meal pick up tomorrow Tuesday, 26th from 8:00-10:00 at Lebanon High School and Lebanon Elementary School. We will also have a meal pick up at Summerfield Fireman’s Hall from 9:00-9:30. Hopefully we will see you tomorrow for our last weekly meal pick up. Thank you and Happy Summer!
11 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Jeannette Schorfheide
Seniors go to Parchment to request your transcripts. They are ready to send but ONLY if you request them electronically!
11 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Patrick Keeney
Sorry. Correction, meal service is 8:00 until 10:00 only this morning at Lebanon High School and Lebanon Elementary School and also 9:00-9:30 at Summerfield Fireman’s Hall. Thanks
11 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Patrick Keeney
Hello. Just a reminder that we will still be having meal pick up today, Monday 18th and also our final meal pick up will be next week on Tuesday 26th. Due to construction at the High School, meal pick up will be in the back of school next to the bicycle racks from 8:00-noon and the elementary meal pick up will be in the same location 8:00-Noon. PreK-5th grade any remaining locker bags will also be available outside for pick up. Thank you.
11 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Jeannette Schorfheide
Congratulations seniors! So excited to see what your next chapter holds!
11 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Patrick Keeney
Happy Friday! Reminder that today will be locker bag pick up, Chromebook drop off, textbook return and remote learning turn in at High School Commons until noon for 6th grade and anyone else in junior and senior high. This will be last call to turn in all materials for the end of the school year. We will also have an evening time of 5:30-7:30 pm tonight for anyone else grades 6-12th for pick up and drop off in the commons. We also have pre-k, 4th and 5th grade locker bag material pick up until noon at LES gym today. Anyone else that hasn’t already pick up their material please do so today. Please observe our social distancing we have in place. Thank you and stay healthy. Mr. Keeney
11 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Patrick Keeney
Hello, just a reminder that today is 8th grade and 7th grade locker bag pick up, Chromebook drop off, turn in text books and hand in remote learning packets in the High School Commons area until noon. Thank you. Mr. Keeney
11 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Patrick Keeney
Hello. Just a reminder that today, will be sophomores and freshman locker bag pick up, Chromebook drop off, turn in all remote learning materials and drop off text book all just inside the High School commons back doors until noon. Stay healthy!
11 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Patrick Keeney
Hello. Just a reminder, that today Seniors and Juniors will be picking up their locker bags, dropping of any remote learning remaining and turning in your Chromebooks in the back of the High School commons from 8:00-noon. Seniors, also make sure you email Mrs. Jackson for a diploma pick up time scheduled this Saturday. Thank you
11 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Jeannette Schorfheide
Late addition: Congratulations Elle Larson on being named History Student of the Year!
11 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Patrick Keeney
Happy Monday! Just a Reminder, that this morning we have weekly meal pick up until 10:00am in Lebanon and 9:30 in Summerfield. We will be offering weekly meals throughout the month of May. Please come take advantage of the free meal program. Stay healthy. Mr. Keeney
11 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Patrick Keeney
Reminder we have meal pick up tomorrow, Monday 11th from 8:00-10:00am at Lebanon High School, Elementary School and at Summerfield Fireman’s Hall from 9:00-9:30. We will also have locker bag pick ups, Chromebook drop off and remote packet returns this week each day 8:00-Noon beginning Tuesday. Seniors and Juniors, Tuesday May 12th please pick up your locker materials that have already been bagged and labeled with your name behind the commons, you can also drop off Chromebooks and packets in the same location. Sophomores and Freshman, your day for the same will be Wednesday 13th, 8th and 7th grade, Thursday 14th, 6th grade Friday 15th. We will also have a late night time of 5:30-7:30 also Friday 15th. Final day to turn in remote packets will be this Friday. Seniors, remember to email a pick up time for your diploma for Saturday 16th at ljackson@LCUSD9.org Thank you!
11 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Jeannette Schorfheide
This just in: Congratulations Madison Peters for the $150 Mississippi Blood Bank Scholarship.
11 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
Last night would have been our awards program and each of the students would have received their plaques or certificates. Congratulations to all our students who received recognition and to our seniors for their scholarships. Best Wishes Class of 2020!
11 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
Mississippi Blood Bank Scholarship Akeya Pritchett $150 Cambria Newsome $150 (junior student) Lebanon Youth Sports Brandon Ogden $250 Garnett/Dressel Scholarship Award Taylor Garcia $1,000
11 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
Jason Martin Scholarship Jeffrey Linder $500 Blake Wood Memorial Scholarship Brandon Ogden $500 Alyssa Rappold $500 Taylor Garcia $500
11 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
The Lebanon Education Foundation Scholarships Elle Larson $750 Brandon Ogden $1000 Madison Peters $1000 Matthew Goss $750 Alyssa Rappold $1000 Taylor Garcia $1,000 Akeya Pritchett $1000 Corina Trapp $900 Jeffery Linder $500
11 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
Lion’s Club Scholarship Madison Peters $2,500 Taylor Garcia $1,800 Corina Trapp $1,000 Lebanon Garden Club Corina Trapp $500
11 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
More Congratulations as I start posting the local scholarship winners! Rotary Club Scholarship Alyssa Rappold $500 Taylor Garcia $500
11 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
Congratulations Seniors for your Awards! Presidential Award of Academic Excellence Alyson Brown Taylor Garcia Alyssa Rappold Corina Trapp Illinois State Scholar Recognition Corina Trapp
11 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Patrick Keeney
Hello. Due to the limit of numbers of people and other state mandates we have rescheduled Senior and 8th grade graduations. We know that this is a very special milestone and are making every effort to have a regular graduation. We appreciate being flexible as state guidelines change daily. Our new graduation date is Saturday, July 25 at Noon for Seniors and 3:00pm for 8th graders. Seniors, we will be handing out your diplomas individually on Saturday, May 16 beginning at 2:00pm outside the commons. We will have 5 minute slots and you will be allowed to have a maximum of 10 family members present. We will have a Lebanon back drop for pictures. Please wear your cap and gown. You will be able to grab your diploma, move your tassel and get your picture with the Lebanon CUSD #9 back drop. Then return home and celebrate your great achievement. Seniors, you will need to email Mrs. Jackson for your diploma pick up time. Please send an email to ljackson@lcusd9.org for an appt. time.
11 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Patrick Keeney
Hello. We will begin final remote learning packet drop offs, Chromebook turn in, and locker bag pick up next week. We will schedule dates and times due to the state number requirements. Tuesday, May 12, Senior and Junior times will be 8-noon in the back of the Commons for Chromebook drop off, turn in remote learning packet and pick up your locker material bag. Wednesday, May 13, Sophomore and Freshman will be 8-noon for the same drop off/pick ups. Thursday, May 14, 8th and 7th grade times are 8-noon,. Friday, May 15, 6th and anyone else remaining. We will also offer a night pick up & drop off time Friday, May 15 from 5:30-7:00pm. Elementary teachers will also have K & 1st (who didn’t get theirs already), 2nd and 3rd grade locker pick up during meal pick up on Monday, May 11, from 8-10:00am. You may drop off packets also if completed. Then 4th and 5th pick up their locker bags on Friday, May 15, 8-10:00am. All final work is due by Friday, May 15. Thank you
11 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Donna Wood
Congratulations to our 8th Grade class! Parents please pick up your child’s yard sign. Thank you Mrs. Jackson for helping us celebrate these amazing Greyhounds.
11 months ago, Donna Wood
Kendra Kashycke
We are still celebrating our talented Lebanon artists in spite of Covid-19. This tribute is a work in progress, as more projects come in, they will be added to our showcase! Thanks to all who participated, enjoy the show. https://bit.ly/35DSv9m
11 months ago, Kendra Kashycke
Donna Wood
School Nurse Day is May 6, 2020.
11 months ago, Donna Wood
Donna Wood
Thank you to our Lebanon Woman’s Club for sponsoring scholarships again this year. Please contact them with questions. https://forms.gle/qxkBt4RCxiwcs8by7
11 months ago, Donna Wood
Donna Wood
Thank you to all our teachers for always going above and beyond!
11 months ago, Donna Wood
Jeannette Schorfheide
Congratulations Tim Tincher on being named Collinsville Area Vocational Center Machining Student of The Year!!
11 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Donna Wood
Challenge #13 is Ready!!
11 months ago, Donna Wood
Patrick Keeney
Hello. Tomorrow will be our last remote learning packet pick up from 8:00-Noon at Lebanon High School and Lebanon Elementary School. As you pick up your new material, please drop off any completed work also. All 4th quarter completed work and material will be due by Friday, May 15th either by e-learning or final packet drop off. Also meal pick up is tomorrow from 8:00-10:00am at Lebanon and 9:00-9:30 at Summerfield Fireman’s Hall. We will also be sending out a schedule for you to come and pick up the items that will be cleaned out of your locker and bagged the week of May 11-15th. Chrome book drop off will be next week also. Hope to see you tomorrow for meal and packet pick up. Thanks everyone for being flexible, state guidelines continue to change daily. Stay healthy.
11 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Kendra Kashycke
It’s DISTRO DAY!
12 months ago, Kendra Kashycke
Jeannette Schorfheide
Congratulations to the Artists of The Year: Taylor Garcia and Meredith Malone.
12 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
Congratulations LHS 2019-2020 STUDENTS OF THE YEAR FRESHMAN: Tori Garcia SOPHOMORE: Ariel Ells JUNIOR: Cambria Newsome SENIOR: Taylor Garcia
12 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
Congratulations Cumulative GPA 2019-2020 4.00 STRAIGHT “A” AWARD Freshmen: Elizabeth Kirkwood Sophomore: Ariel Ells Junior: Colin Berry, Grace Krumsieg, Estelle Meeker, Cambria Newsome
12 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
Congratulation seniors for these awards. Presidential Award of Academic Excellence Presented by Jeannette Schorfheide Alyson Brown Taylor Garcia Alyssa Rappold Corina Trapp Illinois State Scholar Recognition Presented by Leigh Jackson Corina Trapp
12 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
2019-2020 “Straight A” Cardinal Tickets This award is given for straight A’s first semester. Colin Berry, Alex Burger, Ariel Ells, Grace Frey, Elizabeth Kirkwood, Grace Krumsieg, Estelle Meeker, Cambria Newsome, Marquis Pritchett, Alyssa Rappold, Corina Trapp, Timothy Tincher
12 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
Congratulations LHS Students 2019-2020 OUTSTANDING SUBJECT AREA AWARD WINNERS English: Alyssa Rappold Math: Grace Krumsieg Chemistry: Alyssa Rappold Anatomy/Physiology: Taylor Garcia Biology: Coleman Cummings Computer/Business: Alyssa Rappold Spanish: Alyson Brown
12 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Donna Wood
Since Mrs. Cornell and Mr. Stark could not complete kite flying activities with their fourth grade students, they sent the kites home.
12 months ago, Donna Wood
Jeannette Schorfheide
Refund checks have been sent to reimburse for prom. If you bought a couples ticket but received only $35 contact your date please. We were unsure of some couples tickets. Sorry for the confusion. This has been a difficult process.
12 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Donna Wood
Check out Mrs. Moore's Kindergarten Class Video: https://youtu.be/q0_ZSC9SU-Y
12 months ago, Donna Wood
Donna Wood
Challenge #12 is ready. Show us your silly socks!
12 months ago, Donna Wood
Donna Wood
Check out Mrs. Noud's Class assignment: https://bit.ly/2xeo2lF
12 months ago, Donna Wood
Patrick Keeney
Happy Monday! Just a final reminder we have our weekly meal pick up currently going on until 10:00am at Lebanon High School and Lebanon Elementary School today. We also have meal pick up from 9:00-9:30 at Summerfield. Hope to see you soon. Stay well! Mr. Keeney
12 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Patrick Keeney
Hello. Just a reminder that weekly meal pick up is tomorrow, Monday 27th at 8:00-10:00 at Lebanon Elementary School and Lebanon High School and Summerfield Fireman’s Hall from 9:00-9:30. Hope to see you tomorrow for meal pick up. Stay healthy! Mr. Keeney
12 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Donna Wood
Challenge #11
12 months ago, Donna Wood
Jeannette Schorfheide
I forgot to announce March students of the month so here they are!
12 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Donna Wood
Time for Challenge #10
12 months ago, Donna Wood
Patrick Keeney
Happy Monday! Meal pick up is currently going on from 8:00-10:00am this morning at the Lebanon locations and 9:00-9:30am at Summerfield Fireman’s Hall. Additionally, packet pick up and remote learning distribution is going on today from 8:00- Noon at the High School and Elementary School. You may also drop of completed work at the same Lebanon locations. Thank you! Mr. Keeney
12 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Patrick Keeney
Just a reminder we have weekly meal pick up tomorrow, Monday April 20th from 8:00-10:00 at the High School and Elementary School locations. We will have 9:00-9:30 meal pick up at the Summerfield location. We will also have student remote learning packet pick up and completed work drop off tomorrow at the High School and Elementary School from 8:00-Noon. If you’re having trouble receiving e-learning information and/or have packet questions please email your teacher or school principal. Please continue to work hard and stay healthy. Mr. Keeney
12 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Patrick Keeney
The Governor announced today that schools will remained closed until the end of the school year. We will face many challenges but know that our staff will continue to work hard to provide for our students. We will continue with remote learning, student meals and other academic services until the end of May. Our goal is to provide the best support we can do in this unique shelter in place situation. We will have academic packet pick up and additional e-learning materials available this Monday, April 20th at the same locations from 8:00-Noon. Completed classwork may be dropped off into the marked boxes. We will also have student meal pick up on Monday, April 20th from 8:00-10:00 at LES and LHS and 9:30 at Summerfield. We appreciate everyone’s support and patience as we all face these unprecedented events. Stay healthy Greyhounds! Mr. Keeney
12 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Donna Wood
Challenge #9
12 months ago, Donna Wood
Donna Wood
Attention Class of 2020 - Here's a announcement from Josten's concerning orders. Please reach out to them with questions.
12 months ago, Donna Wood
Jeannette Schorfheide
Seniors, local scholarship forms are due today! Please email them ASAP!
12 months ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Patrick Keeney
Reminder...Weekly meal pick up is currently going on today at Lebanon Elementary School and Lebanon High School from 8:00-10:00 this morning and at Summerfield from 9:00-9:30 at Fireman’s Hall. This is free for all students in the district. Please come take advantage of this program! Stay Healthy! We miss all our students! Mr. Keeney
12 months ago, Patrick Keeney
Donna Wood
Challenge #8
12 months ago, Donna Wood
Patrick Keeney
Good evening! Due to today’s holiday, student meal preparation will be Monday night with student breakfast and lunch pick up Tuesday morning from 8:00-10:00 in Lebanon and 9:00-10:00 in Summerfield. Same pick up locations. This is free weekly meals for any student in the district. See you Tuesday morning 14th for weekly meal pick up. Stay well! Mr. Keeney
about 1 year ago, Patrick Keeney
Kendra Kashycke
HEY SENIORS and SENIOR PARENTS!! Send in your favorite senior photo, the college you are attending, your major, and your minor (if you don’t know yet, just say undecided). We’d like to compile a small shoutout for our Seniors on the school Facebook page. Please send your information to either: Taylor Garcia (tjgarcia20@stu.lcusd9.org) or Mrs. Kashycke (kashycke2@lcsud9.org)
about 1 year ago, Kendra Kashycke
Jeannette Schorfheide
Seniors get scholarship forms in ASAP! Again, scanning is better! If it is paper it has to sit for 14 days before I get them!
about 1 year ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Donna Wood
Challenge #7 is served!
about 1 year ago, Donna Wood
Donna Wood
Message #2 from our faculty and staff.
about 1 year ago, Donna Wood
Donna Wood
Yearbook need your help! Please email pictures to Mrs. Kashycke @kashycke2@lcusd9.org.
about 1 year ago, Donna Wood
Donna Wood
We are missing our Greyhounds. Our faculty and staff have some messages coming out. Stayed tuned!
about 1 year ago, Donna Wood
Patrick Keeney
We will have student breakfast and lunch pick up tomorrow, Monday, April 6 from 8:00-10:00am at LES gym and LHS commons. We will also have a Summerfield pick up at Fireman’s Hall from 9:00-9:30am. This is free for all students. Also, we will have remote learning packets and information to pick up at LES and LHS from 8:00-noon, tomorrow. Tables will be located outside the LES gym and LHS commons. Students and parents please continue to email teachers for e-learning assignments as well. Remote learning information is located on the district web site. If you have any questions please reach out to your teacher(s) or building Principal. Stay well! Mr. Keeney
about 1 year ago, Patrick Keeney
Jeannette Schorfheide
Seniors, scholarships are due soon. Please try to scan them and email. Paper copies will have to sit for 14 days before I pick them up.
about 1 year ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Donna Wood
Are you ready for our next Challenge?
about 1 year ago, Donna Wood
Donna Wood
We are so happy to see all our Greyhound families participating in the challenges. Here's Challenge #4.
about 1 year ago, Donna Wood
Lisa Hardy
ATTENTION TO ALL OF OUR GREYHOUNDS - DUE TO THE POTENTIAL UNKNOWN RISK AND UNDER ADVISEMENT OF COUNTY OFFICIALS WE WILL POSTPONE THE TEACHER/STAFF PARADE UNTIL A LATER DATE IF POSSIBLE! KNOW THAT WE ARE THINKING OF EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU DURING THIS TIME!! STAY SAFE AND KEEP A POSITIVE ATTITUDE!! WE ARE GREYHOUND STRONG! PLEASE HELP SPREAD THE WORD!
about 1 year ago, Lisa Hardy
Patrick Keeney
Just a reminder, we will have breakfast and lunch weekly pick up tomorrow, March 30th from 8:00-10:00am at LHS Commons and LES Gym. We will also have a Summerfield pick up at Fireman’s Hall 9:00-9:30am. All students; free lunch, reduced price and regular pay students are eligible. Each student will receive a bag for FREE that each contain 5 breakfast and 5 lunches for the entire week. We will only have one pick up per week to reduce exposure. All students are eligible for free meal bag pick up tomorrow. We will continue this delivery in the future until changes are required. Stay well, Mr. Keeney
about 1 year ago, Patrick Keeney
Lisa Hardy
Good Afternoon Greyhounds! We hope that all are safe and well - we are wanting to spread a little sunshine to you on Monday, March 30, 2020 IT'S A GREYHOUND K-12 TEACHER/STAFF PARADE THRU LEBANON - WHEN: Monday, March 30, 2020 TIME: 11:00 A.M. PARADE ROUTE AS FOLLOWS: START AT SCHOOL ON WEST SCHUETZ STREET - GO DOWN TO CHAMBERLIN AND MAKE A RIGHT UP TO ST LOUIS STREET - MAKE RIGHT ON ST LOUIS STREET AND MAKE LEFT ON TO NORTH MONROE STREET - DOWN TO ACORN WAY AND MAKE A RIGHT TO ROUTE 4 - MAKE RIGHT ON ROUTE 4 AND HEAD UP THE HILL AND THRU STOPLIGHT -THEN GO LEFT ON EAST SCHUETZ STREET AND RIGHT ON HERMAN - ENDS AT THE END OF HERMAN.
about 1 year ago, Lisa Hardy
Jeannette Schorfheide
All currently available scholarship forms can be found at jschorfheide.weebly.com
about 1 year ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Donna Wood
Here's Challenge #2! You can also join in Challenge #1. It's not too late!!
about 1 year ago, Donna Wood
Patrick Keeney
Hello Lebanon School Community. Hope everyone is staying healthy. As you are aware the school closure has been extended until April 7th. Continue to work on your academic packets and e-learning. Additionally with the shelter in place we will be expanding our breakfast and lunch service to every student in the district. Tomorrow, Monday, March 23 we will have breakfast and lunch bags for every student in the district. This will be for all free, reduced and regular lunch students free of charge. To limit exposure for staff and students we will be doing only one day of pick up for the entire week. When you pick up B/L bag you will receive a total of 5 bags, one for each day of the week. Pick up will be tomorrow 8:00-10:00am at the elementary school gym, or the HS commons and we will also have an additional pick up at Summerfield Fireman’s Hall at 9:00am. We appreciate the flexibility as things change daily. Stay well! Mr Keeney
about 1 year ago, Patrick Keeney
Donna Wood
Challenge 1
about 1 year ago, Donna Wood
Donna Wood
We sure are missing our students so we put together this Flipgrid. It contains several of our teachers reading some of our favorite books. Please enjoy and stay safe and warm. https://flipgrid.com/7a4621ad
about 1 year ago, Donna Wood
Donna Wood
School work pick up continues today, March 17 from 8 AM until noon. Breakfast and lunch take out bags are available for drive-through pick up at each building from 8 to 9 AM daily for our free and reduced students. Call Lisa Hardy at 537-4611 for delivery.
about 1 year ago, Donna Wood
Lisa Hardy
A message for all of our Seniors this year - please make sure that when you pick up your packets at school that you also get your "Graduation Packet" from HS Secretary, Mrs. Weil - this packet contains everything you need to know about HS graduation for this school year! If you have any questions, please call the HS Office this next two weeks between 8:00 a.m. and noon and we will be happy to answer your questions - 618-537-4423.
about 1 year ago, Lisa Hardy
Patrick Keeney
I want to reassure our school community that as we face school closure our teachers, staff and administration will continue to engage our students academically. Our teachers have prepared packets, emails and Google Classroom to help access academic opportunities. Please do your best to help your student work on the material over break. We will have packet pick up from 5:00-7:00pm tonight, March 16th and from 8:00am-noon tomorrow, March 17. Please stop in at those times to pick up your academic packets, books, academic supplies and student prescription medicines. High school/JrHS pick up for packets and materials in HS Commons and Elementary pick up will be in Elementary Gym. Please be patient as we find the best ways to meet the needs of our students while we engage them remotely. Please communicate via email with your students teachers if you have any questions. Stay well! Mr. Keeney
about 1 year ago, Patrick Keeney
Jeannette Schorfheide
The local scholarship forms that Mrs Schorfheide currently has are on her webpage. You can download and print from there.
about 1 year ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Patrick Keeney
Reminder breakfast and lunch bags are available for pick up at each location from 8:00-9:00am each morning for our free and reduced students. If unable to get to those locations please call Lisa Hardy at 537-4611 for delivery. This will be going on each day that we are not in school. Thank you Mr Keeney
about 1 year ago, Patrick Keeney
Donna Wood
We will provide breakfast and lunch for our free and reduced eligible students. Your breakfast/lunch food bag may be picked up between 8:00-9:00am either behind the elementary school back gym doors for elementary students or the High School commons doors. This is a grab and go only no one will be allowed to eat inside. If unable to get to school please call or email Lisa Hardy at 537-4611 lhardy@lcusd9.org early in the morning for bus delivery if needed.
about 1 year ago, Donna Wood
Patrick Keeney
Due to recent events in the area concerning Corona Virus we will not be in attendance tomorrow. School will be out from Monday, March 16-Monday 30th and potentially return on Tuesday 31st. We will provide breakfast and lunch for our free and reduced eligible students. Your breakfast/lunch food bag may be pick up between 8:00-9:00am either behind the elementary school back gym doors for elementary students or the High School commons doors. This is a grab and go only no one will be allowed to eat inside. If unable to get to school please call or email Lisa Hardy at 537-4611 lhardy@lcusd9.org early in the morning for bus delivery if needed. We are sorry for the change in plans but the need to be flexible is appreciated. We will also have homework and/or e-learning options beginning Tuesday. More information to follow. Please stay well. Mr Keeney
about 1 year ago, Patrick Keeney
Donna Wood
Meet our SIU-E student teacher, Austin Johnson from Teutopolis. He has been working with Mr. Chandler since January.
about 1 year ago, Donna Wood
Patrick Keeney
Correction...please note, we will be closing from Tuesday, March 17th-Monday, March 30th. More information to follow soon. Thank you
about 1 year ago, Patrick Keeney
Patrick Keeney
The Governor of Illinois has mandated all schools in Illinois close March 17-31, due to the Corona Virus. We hope to have more information soon. School will be in session on Monday March 16th. We will close school, cancel all activities and sports from Tuesday March 17-March 31.
about 1 year ago, Patrick Keeney
Donna Wood
We had a great Young Author Celebration last night.! Congratulations to our 3 winners! Thanks Mrs. Clemens for chairing this event.
about 1 year ago, Donna Wood
Lisa Hardy
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
about 1 year ago, Lisa Hardy
Theresa DiMaria
Chem 1 using inquiry to explore solubility!
about 1 year ago, Theresa DiMaria
Lisa Hardy
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?
about 1 year ago, Lisa Hardy
Lisa Hardy
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!
about 1 year ago, Lisa Hardy
Donna Wood
Mrs. Clemens and our third graders are very excited to receive some amazing new books through a Donors Choose grant she wrote.
about 1 year ago, Donna Wood
Amanda Moore
Kindergarten field trip to McKendree’s Hett to watch “Rainbow Fish”
about 1 year ago, Amanda Moore
Amber Kalert
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!
about 1 year ago, Amber Kalert
Patrick Keeney
Reminder...Blood Drive tomorrow, Friday, March 6th 9:00am-2:00pm in the High School Gym. Walk-ins welcome!
about 1 year ago, Patrick Keeney
Jeannette Schorfheide
The group minus 1!
about 1 year ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Jeannette Schorfheide
LJHHS Induction 2020
about 1 year ago, Jeannette Schorfheide
Theresa DiMaria
Call, go online, or walk in for Friday's blood drive! See the picture!
about 1 year ago, Theresa DiMaria
Donna Wood
Early dismissal notice
about 1 year ago, Donna Wood
Megan Noud
McKendree University visited today to celebrate Dr. Seuss! We read Bartholomew and the Oobleck and then made oobleck!
about 1 year ago, Megan Noud
Donna Wood
Our Title team is getting ready for Thursday night. Activities start at 6 pm.
about 1 year ago, Donna Wood
Donna Wood
We were so happy to have McKendree University students help us celebrate Read Across America. The event is designed to encourage reading.
about 1 year ago, Donna Wood
Donna Wood
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/
about 1 year ago, Donna Wood
Donna Wood
After learning about each instrument and their family students get hands on experience.
about 1 year ago, Donna Wood
Donna Wood
After learning about each instrument and their family, students get hands on experience.
about 1 year ago, Donna Wood
Theresa DiMaria
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!
about 1 year ago, Theresa DiMaria
Amber Kalert
Our LHS math team competed at the ICTM Math contest today at SIUE! They are rockstars for getting to school at 7:30am to do math all morning!
about 1 year ago, Amber Kalert
Donna Wood
Our eighth graders in Mr. Cruthis’ Constitution class welcomed Circuit Judge Heinz Rudolf. They learned about the 4th Amendment as it relates to cell phones and social media
about 1 year ago, Donna Wood
Donna Wood
Congratulations to Mrs. Wood for writing another successful Donors Choose grant for some new LEGO kits.
about 1 year ago, Donna Wood
Lisa Hardy
Good Luck to Alex Cruez and her coaches, Penni Liebig and Nikki Waters, today as she bowls in the GIRLS STATE BOWLING TRNY in Rockford, IL. We are all cheering for you from Lebanon! LETS GO HOUNDS!!
about 1 year ago, Lisa Hardy
Megan Noud
2nd grade working on a STEAM project creating a Tooth Fairy Trap!!
about 1 year ago, Megan Noud