Our parent quick connections pages will give you all the information you will need about PowerSchool, Food Services, PTA, and much more.
Homeless Student Resources (McKinney-Vento Act 42)
The Lebanon School District believes that homeless youth should have access to free and appropriate public education and wishes to limit the barriers that homeless children may face. Our goal is to have the educational process continue as uninterrupted as possible while children are in displaced situations.
Homeless students are defined as individuals lacking a fixed, regular, and nighttime residence, which include students living under the following conditions:
- Sharing the housing of other persons due to loss of housing or economic hardship.
- Living in motels, hotels, trailer parks, or camping grounds due to lack of adequate alternative accommodations.
- Living in emergency, transitional, or domestic violence shelters.
- Abandoned in hospitals.
- Living in public or private places not designated for or ordinarily used as regular sleeping accommodations for human beings.
- Living in cars, parks, public spaces, abandoned buildings, substandard housing, transportation stations, or similar settings.
- Living as migratory children in conditions described in previous examples.
- Living as run-away children.
- Being abandoned or forced out of homes by parents/guardians or caretakers.
- Living as school-age unwed mothers in houses for unwed mothers if they have no other living accommodations.
Should you have any questions, please contact the Lebanon School District Homeless Liaison, Cindy VanAken at firstname.lastname@example.org or 717-821-5459.
View information on SchoolCafe.com to monitor your child’s cafeteria fund balances as well as view information on free and reduced lunch programs.
The Board and community believe that the education of children is a joint responsibility, one it shares with the parents of the school community. To ensure that the best interests of the child are served in this process, a strong program of parent involvement in the school and communication between home and school must be maintained. Each year, our Superintendent’s Parent Advisory Council Members review our policy regarding parent involvement and that includes our parent satisfaction survey.
Become a volunteer by visiting us at any of our orientation dates and locations.
Find our more information on child registration from our Child Accounting Department.
View a boundary map for our elementary schools including; Northwest Elementary, Henry Houck Elementary, Harding Elementary, Southwest Elementary and Southeast Elementary.
The Lebanon School District has a long and proud history of teaching the English language to students who speak a language other than English. English Language Development (ELD) instruction began in our district in the mid 1960’s, however students from many language backgrounds attended the Lebanon City schools since the district was founded.
Place transportation information here per Lisa Hepler.
Home Internet Filtering
The following links provide information that can be used to provide content and access filtering to your home network.
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Lebanon School District recognizes the importance of music in our cultures and community, and strives to provide the best opportunities to foster the love of music and educate students in our schools with skills they can carry with them for the rest of their lives.