Elementary Improvements

    On Tuesday, February 21, the LCSC School Board was presented design images of the upcoming elementary renovations and improvements. There are a lot of exciting updates and additions coming to LCSC and we are thrilled to finally share the images with the community! Thanks to you, our students will be provided an enriching environment for enhanced learning, opportunity, and achievement. Take a look at what's to come. 

    New Elementary School
    The new Elementary school will be located at the intersection of John Bart Rd and Fordice Rd. Here's what you can look forward to:

    New Elementary School

    Harney Elementary Renovations
    Harney will be undergoing some exciting and much needed updates! Here's what you can look forward to:

    • 5 KG classrooms
    • 4 classrooms of each grade level (1-5)
    • 2 flex classrooms for future growth 
    • 2 resource SPED classroom
    • 1 instructional resource classroom
    • Additional small group instruction and student support flex spaces
    • Expanded main office
    • Expanded cafeteria 
    • New Gymnasium and stage
    • New STEM space
    • SRO office near main office 
    • New bus parking lot 
    • Separate car and bus circulation
    • Improved traffic patterns
    • And more! View site plan and images for Harney Elementary here. 

    Harney Renovations

    Perry-Worth Elementary Renovations
    Perry-Worth will also be undergoing some changes. Here's what you can look forward to: 

    • 2 PK classrooms
    • 5 KG classrooms
    • 4 classrooms at each grade level (1-5) 
    • 2 flex classrooms
    • 2 resource SPED classrooms
    • Additional small group, instructional, and student support flex spaces 
    • Main office renovation for student support programming
    • New kitchen and expanded cafeteria 
    • SRO office near main entrance
    • Additional parking
    • New bus parking lot
    • And more! View the site plan and images for Perry-Worth Elementary here.

    Perry-Worth Renovations

    View the full plan here.

  • Thank you, voters!

    A Statement from Dr. Milleman

    On behalf of the approximately 3,300 students and 550 faculty, staff, and administration at Lebanon Community School Corporation, I want to thank our voters for showing trust in our public school system by passing the capital and operating referenda on May 3, 2022. We are proud to partner with our city, town, and county leadership to continue to make our community stronger.

    The funds generated from these two school referenda will make lasting changes for our community and provide generations of future Tigers new and greater possibilities.

    It’s time to get to work.

    Great Schools, Great Communities.

    Dr. Jon Milleman

  • About the Referenda Questions

    On May 3, 2022, residents of Lebanon Community School Corporation voted to replace an expiring referendum and approve a new referendum, increasing funding and flexibility for Lebanon Community School Corporation. The LCSC Board of Trustees unanimously approved holding a referendum following more than two years of gathering and sharing information and soliciting feedback regarding long-range planning for operations and facilities.

    Capital Referendum

    A capital referendum (63% yes, 37% no) will support construction and renovation of facilities that provide an enriched environment for enhanced learning, opportunity, and achievement. As approved, the breakdown of expenditures will be:

    • 95% for learning spaces, safety, and security, including:
      • Construction of new elementary school
      • Upgrades to K-5 learning spaces
      • Updates to LMS, LHS classrooms and student support facilities
    • 5% district services and operations (e.g. transportation and maintenance)

    Revenue from a capital referendum will not be used for athletics and/or athletic-related facilities.

    Operating Referendum

    An operating referendum (61% yes, 39% no) will sustain funding for school safety, and support and expand personnel and academic programming.

    Student Safety

    • Necessary to maintain at least one Lebanon Schools Police Department officer in each school building 

    Wages, Salaries, and Benefits

    • Attract and retain employees, including instructional staff and support positions such as food services, maintenance, and transportation staff
    • Sustain current grant-funded positions

    Student Learning + Support

    • Elementary STEM-certified teachers
    • Student support
    • Instructional coaches
  • This page will be updated. For questions or comments, please email referendum@leb.k12.in.us