FROM Lebanon Schools Police Department (LSPD)
As the school year starts we as parents and community members need to reaffirm the need to instruct our children about the dangers of strangers. The definition of a stranger is someone the child has never met before and their parents have not introduced them to. Tips for parents and students:
• Never talk to anyone that you have not been introduced to before.
• Never approach a car, truck, van or vehicle that you don't know who is driving or who are the passengers.
• Never accept anything (gifts, candy, toys, etc.) from a stranger.
• Never go with a stranger if they ask for help.
• If you are approached, yell "NO", run away and tell a trusted adult (parent, teacher, police officer, or family adult friend or family member).
• Parents should report the incident to the local police/sheriff department dispatch at 482-1412 or contact the Lebanon School Police Department at 765-482-0380.
Please click on the link below for more information.http://www.thelearningcommunity.us/resources-by-format/tips-for-parents/stranger-danger.aspx
Lebanon Schools Police Department
1800 N. Grant St.
Lebanon, In 46052
firstname.lastname@example.org Snow Make-Up Days 2014
All Lebanon Community Schools will be in session full days on Monday, January 20th, Monday, February 17th, Monday, March 24th, Friday, May 23rd, and Thursday, May 29th. All schools will operate on a regular schedule.Spring Carnival
Please be sure to mark you calendars for the Spring Carnival on March 28th!! As always we will need LOTS of help.
Please contact us if you are able to volunteer that night!
Kelley Davis: email@example.com
Heather Mosley: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kim Richwine: email@example.com
More details to come:) Mark you calendars and plan to give the gift of life!
Lebanon Elementary Schools Blood Battle Blood Drive
Monday, March 10, 2014
Harney/Gym HE selected to participate in Change of Play
Harney Elementary has been selected (only 28 schools in Indiana were picked) to be a part of Change the Play, an innovative health and fitness program developed by Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health and Andrew Luck, quarterback of the Indianapolis Colts. Each week we will do a 6-8 minute video containing inspiring words from Andrew Luck and participate in an array of physical activities. Using the link below will allow you to view different activities you can do at home as well as nutritional tips and healthy snack recipes.
Lets inspire kids to be the quarterback of their own health—a mindset that can be carried through adulthood.https://play.iuhealth.org/