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LISBON MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT ATTENDS STATE LEVEL NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC BEE

LISBON MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT ATTENDS STATE LEVEL NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC BEE

Lisbon – Philip W. Sugg Middle School student, Ciera Miller, qualified to represent the Lisbon School and participate at the state level of the National Geographic Bee.  The event was sponsored by Google and Plum Creek.  The state Bee was  held on Friday, March 30 at the University of Maine in Farmington.  Miller attended the competition with her coach and language arts/social studies grade 7 teacher, Amy Kissell.  FMI on other events and programs visit us on FaceBook at Community Resource News in Lisbon Schools.

LISBON COMMUNITY SCHOOL’S STUDENT ARTWORK DISPLAYED IN BLAINE HOUSE

LISBON COMMUNITY SCHOOL’S STUDENT ARTWORK DISPLAYED IN BLAINE HOUSE

Lisbon – Lisbon Community School art teacher, Jo Martyn-Fisher, recently shared that two of her art class students we selected to have their work on displayed in the Blaine House in Augusta.  Both students, Kadrian Rugullies, grade 4 and Uriah Carver, grade 2 attend art class as one  of their specials at the elementary school in Lisbon.  FMI on other student projects and programs visit us on FaceBook at Community Resource News in Lisbon Schools.

Lisbon Community School Students Celebrate Kindness Week

Lisbon Community School Students Celebrate Kindness Week

Photo Caption:  Lisbon Community School’s Assistant Principal, Ryan Patrie, recently announced the poster contest winners from the week-long Celebrate Kindness Week.  Pictured back row (l-r): Aubrey Huntington, Natalie Williams, Emma DiGregorio, Jordan Ott, Brooke Cossar; front row:  Patrie, Anja Wight, Emma Shute, Abigail Cunningham, Ainslie Albert, Hadden Morrill, Vanessa Bussiere, Sarah Pitcher and school Principal, Carlene Iverson.  Photo by Monica Millhime.

Lisbon – Students and their families worked together designing a poster promoting kindness.   Assistant Principal Ryan Patrie, invited all LCS students and their families to enter a poster contest in recognition of the National No-Name Calling Week.  Over 150 entries were submitted promoting various acts of kindness, compassion, and empathy.  Winners of the poster contest received a Sam’s gift certificate thanks to a Lisbon Schools’ partnership wi

The Best of Maine at the 10th Annual Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors Show August 10-12, 2012

The Best of Maine at the 10th Annual Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors Show August 10-12, 2012

The Best of Maine at the 10th Annual Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors Show August 10-12, 2012

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ROCKLAND, Maine—Passion of place is what the Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors Show is all about. The best of Maine from across the creative spectrum will be gathered together at the 10th annual show on the Rockland waterfront, August 10-12, 2012. Beautiful boats, unique handcrafted products, and an eclectic mix of high-quality goods for life on the water and the shore will again be on display at Maine’s only in-the-water boat show and coastal lifestyle event.

 “I’ve always thought of the show as a tremendous party where the most creative folks on the coast share what they do with customers and other exhibitors.

LISBON SCHOOLS’ JUNIOR VOLUNTEERS SUPPORT MDA

LISBON SCHOOLS’ JUNIOR VOLUNTEERS SUPPORT MDA

Lisbon – Student members of the Lisbon School Department volunteer force are supporting the fundraising efforts for Muscular Dystrophy.  Philip W.

National Charter Schools Week – Maine has joined the movement

National Charter Schools Week – Maine has joined the movement

National Charter Schools Week – Maine has joined the movement

In 2011, Maine joined 40 other states in allowing public charter school options for families of all income levels.  On May 1, 2012, the Maine Charter School Commission issued its first application package for potential founders of these new public education options, which are free to parents and open to all children without admissions tests.

          The Maine Association for Charter Schools (MACS) will celebrate the great work accomplished by public charter schools across the country, where over 5,000 public chartered schools are serving 1.8 million students.

INTERACT MEMBERS INVITE TEAM MEMBERS FOR DEMPSEY CHALLENGE WITH POSITIVE TRACKS

INTERACT MEMBERS INVITE TEAM MEMBERS FOR DEMPSEY CHALLENGE WITH POSITIVE TRACKS

Photo Caption:  Lisbon High School Interact members invited classmates to sign-up for The Dempsey Challenge through a Positive Track initiative held at the high school on Tuesday.  One hundred percent of the funds raised for the event directly benefits The Dempsey Center. 

Lisbon – Connor Craig, Kody Priddle and Kyle Priddle, along with Positive Tracks representative, Patricia Tish Caldwell, met with students during lunch at Lisbon High School on Tuesday, May 8.  Students  are attempting to form the LHS team before the end of the school year for the 2012 Dempsey Challenge.  “Positive Tracks is the Dempsey Challenge youth fundraising,” shares Caldwell”.  “It is a wellness and community service initiative that benefits The Patrick Dempsey Center for Cancer Hope & Healing in Lewiston.  Positive Tracks not only encourages healthy physical activity, but challenges young people age 23-or-under to inspire their communities by developing a