July 2022



Dear Lebanon School District Families and Friends,        


I hope this message finds you and your family well as we begin the 2022-2023 school year together.  If you were with us last year, there were many things to celebrate. New records were established in athletics, students soared to new heights academically, and both the high school and middle school displayed their students’ talents through their school musicals.


Though last year marked a return to a more normal school environment in comparison to previous years, we still had to navigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. I am truly proud of grit and determination that our students demonstrated through their work efforts, and I want to thank every parent or guardian who supported their children throughout the year. 


Despite making positive academic strides in 2021-2022, the pandemic did cause us some losses, which we must overcome going forward. Because of this, the School Board and I have determined to keep our Five Educational priorities the same. We will need to recapture some of the learning loss due to the pandemic. We need to re-establish the importance of school and ensure all students attend in-person every single day.


In 2022-2023 we will continue our Mobile Learning Initiative, where all students have a technological device. We will continue to build our relentless culture of reading, ensuring all students can read on grade level. We will continue to expand our high school pathways, so all students graduate ready for college, military, or the work force. We will introduce a new Math curriculum in grades K5 – 5th. Finally, we will continue our Positive Behavior Interventions Support at all grade levels ensuring students meet our behavioral as well as our academic expectations for success.


Looking towards the future, we are excited to start the journey to build a new middle school, slated to open in August of 2024. The new building will house our 7th and 8th graders. We will also be updating our fields for track and baseball. Upon completion, we will begin the process of renovating our current middle school into an intermediate school, to house our 5th and 6th graders.


Finally, one of the many strengths at Lebanon School District is the diversity of our student population.   We are committed to serve all our students in a fair and equal way.    If you have questions or concerns, please contact your student’s school building for information.  It is important for you to stay connected with your child’s



On behalf of the Board of School Directors, welcome back Cedars!

Very truly yours,



Arthur W. C. Abrom, Ed.D.

Superintendent of Schools