Please note that there will not be hive meetings on Friday 10/5/19 or Friday 10/12/19 due to NWEA testing setup and administration in the high school library. Our next meeting will be held on Friday, 10/19/19 at 2:15 PM. If you should have any questions, please contact Mrs. Thompson at Lisbon High School.
The Lisbon High School Library will host an Usborne Books and More book fair for one day only on November 7th, 2019. The fair will coincide with parent-teacher conferences and will run from 2 PM-8 PM in the evening. Please join us as we celebrate the love of reading and learning. Books available will range from birth to young adult. Proceeds will be used to purchase reading material for several programs in our school. Thank you for your support.
Sugg Middle School library will be hosting a Scholastic book fair during the week of September 23-27th. Hours on Monday, Wednesday and Friday will be from 7AM-3:30PM. Tuesday and Thursday hours will be from 7AM-6PM in the evening.
Lisbon Community School library will be hosting a Scholastic book fair the week of October 21-25. Hours are as follows:
Monday, Tues: open until 4 PM; Wednesday: open until 8 PM; Thursday: open until 4 PM; Friday: open until 2:30.
Thank you for your support of our school libraries and promoting literacy.
Welcome to the Hive! Our first meeting will be held in the library on Friday, September 6 at 2:15. We will be working on making our school name in Braile. Below is the accompanying tutorial to help you if you should run into any snags along the way. As always…snacks will be provided! See you on Friday!!! Continue reading
The Lisbon High School Library is proud to play host to the annual Lisbon High School Art Show. The hours of the event are 2-3:00 PM and 6-8 PM this evening, May 7, 2019. This event is open to the public and admission free.
Due to NWEA testing, there will be no Hive/3D Design and printing afterschool at the High School Library this week. We will meet again on Tuesday, April 9th. If you should have any questions, please feel welcome to contact Mrs. Thomspon in the library at firstname.lastname@example.org or 353-3030 ext 2317.
Come and enjoy an evening with Ann Braden as she speaks about her book, “The Benefits of Being an Octopus.” The book focuses on respect in healthy relationships as well as other characteristics that demonstrate respect for the ones we love.
Grade 4 and 5 students, PWS students and LHS creative writing students will work with Ann during the day of April 8. A community event will be held at LCS from 6:00-7:30 PM in the evening. Come participate in this engaging community event and create your own family octopus!