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LISBON CLASS OF 2014 PARTNERS WITH CRAFT’S AUTO

LISBON CLASS OF 2014 PARTNERS WITH CRAFT’S AUTO

LISBON CLASS OF 2014 PARTNERS WITH CRAFT’S AUTO

Photo caption:  Lisbon High School Class of 2014 students are gearing up for the car raffle benefiting their Project Graduation plans.  Pictured (l-r) Shantal MacWhinnie, class treasurer; Paula Caron, committee member;  Paige Galligan, class secretary; Jennifer Smith, class president; Sarah Craig, class vice president and committee chair; and Jacob Bremmer, committee member.  The car fundraiser is sponsored Craft’s Auto in Lisbon and by the Lisbon Athletic Boosters to support the incoming Senior class.  Photo courtesy of Monica Millhime.

Lisbon Community Students Got Talent!

Lisbon Community Students Got Talent!

Lisbon – Lisbon Community School Drama Coach Ms. Laurie Cincotta, Assistant Coach Mrs. Donna Rimiller, Vocal Coach Miss Sherri Morrow and most of the cast members from this year’s talent strike a pose for the camera during Friday’s rehearsal.   Students and staff are getting geared up for the Sixth Annual Lisbon Community School Fifth Grade Talent Show which will be presented on Friday, May 10 in the LCS Cafetorium, 33 Mill Street in Lisbon starting at 6 p.m. Lisbon Community School definitely has talent.   Come join us for a fun-family evening out and view all the stars out that night shining on the LCS stage.   Tickets available at the door.

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Workforce Development Competitions Force Students to Show Their Skills

Augusta, ME. – The clock is ticking as we head toward a new high school graduation and college commencement season, and everywhere you turn the same question is being posed: Do our graduates have the skills to meet the demands of today’s job market? Hundreds of high school seniors from the Jobs for Maine’s Graduates’ (JMG) program are confident they do, and spent the day Friday at the Augusta Civic Center proving it at JMG’s 21st Career Development Conference (CDC).

Approximately 500 seniors and a few select juniors faced off against one another at this year’s CDC, competing in a variety of college- and career-readiness contests. From Public Speaking to Decision-Making these competitions give these graduation-ready students the chance to show off the skills they’ve learned in JMG.

Lisbon High School Art Students Hosting FREE Exhibit May 7

Lisbon High School Art Students Hosting FREE Exhibit May 7

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Class of 2014 Lisbon High School students (pictured l-r) Keely Domini and Tabitha Porter are busy selecting pieces for their annual Art Show at the high school scheduled for Tuesday, May 7.  The event is open to the public and features both student and alumni art work in a wide range of media.  Photo courtesy of Pamela Ouellette.

 

Lisbon - Lisbon High School is proud to announce their 25th Annual Student Art Show to be held on Tuesday, May 7st, 2013.  Over two hundred art students will exhibit work in a wide range of media including clay, photography, collage, watercolor, pastel, pencil, and mixed media.  Senior and advanced artists will be highlighted as well as artwork created by LHS alumni who have continued their studies in art.