The members of the National Honor Society, under the guidance of Ms. Leblanc, have embarked on a tutoring program to benefit the entire student body at Lisbon High School. Members can be found with a placard with their name and subjects that they are available to tutor in the library each period. Student tutors rotate depending on their available study halls. Each student tutor has been vetted through their GPA and subjects that they have excelled in. Students who would like to meet with a tutor should visit the library during their study halls to check for subject-specific tutor availability.
The American Library Association (ALA) today announced the top books, video, and audiobooks for children and young adults – including the Caldecott, Coretta Scott King, Newbery and Printz awards – at its Midwinter Meeting in Seattle, Washington.
To view a complete list of the winners and honorees visit 2019 ALA Winners
Dungeons and Dragons will be held each Wednesday at 2:15 PM in the LHS Library. All students from PWS and LHS are invited to attend this creative, open-ended, role-playing game full of battles, monsters, and mythical creatures! No experience is required. Come join the fun. Questions? Contact Mrs. Thompson at the Lisbon High School library.
The air is crisp and it’s the ideal time of year to begin a new adventure. Why not visit the PWS book fair being held from October 22 – October 26? Hours are from 7:10 AM – 3:20 PM. Extended hours will be on Thursday until 8:20 PM. Proceeds of the bookfair support the purchase of new library resources for the PWS library. If you should have any questions, please feel welcome to contact Ms. Tinsley at the PWS library.