Dr. Lewis S. Libby School
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  • Picture of Dr. Lewis S. Libby School Website

    Welcome to the Dr. Lewis S. Libby School Website

  • Spelling Contest Winners Corinne Saucier, Jessica Hayden, and Adam Kenny

    Spelling Contest Winners Corinne Saucier, Jessica Hayden, and Adam Kenny

  • Assistant Principal Trish Clark Reading to Pre-Kindergarten Students

    Community Reading Day: Assistant Principal Trish Clark Reading to Pre-Kindergarten Students

  • Stong Mind, Strong Body brings bullying awareness/prevention to Lewis Libby students during their Student of the Month assembly.

    Strong Mind, Strong Body brings bullying awareness/prevention to Lewis Libby students during their Student of the Month assembly

  • Husson Tech Club Showing Students their 3D Printer

    Technology Day: Husson University Technology Club Kyle Sirois and Ben Brown Show Students their 3D Printer

School News

Updated 07/08/2014

Box Tops for Edcuation

Parents collecting Box Tops for Educations for the school can turn them into the office at any time.

School Visitor

6th and 7th grade students were visited by Assistant District Attorney Brenda Trainor on May 20th. He worked with students in preparing a problem-solution proposal for a local problem students identified as part of a Teen Advisory Council. Mr. Trainor reviewed reliable types of evidence to use and persuasive writing techniques.

Mr. Trainor working with students

Autism Walk in Bangor

Below is a photo of Team Lewis S. Libby attending Autism Walk in Bangor on April 27th. Left to Right: Sarah, Shorette, Renee Curtis, Deanna Hathaway, Ryan Libby, April Poulsen, and Jordan Platt. Although it was a chilly day, it was well worth the time.

Autism Walk in Bangor
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About Milford Wildcats

Our Mission:

All children will become successful life long learners who are responsible, community-oriented citizens.

Our Vision:

The vision of the Dr. Lewis S. Libby School is to promote the educational, social, physical and emotional development of our students so that they may function to the best of their individual abilities. This vision can best be reached by fostering responsible community-oriented citizens who demonstrate the following characteristics:

  • Caring and Kindness
  • Honesty
  • Respect for Self and Others
  • Cooperation
  • Responsibility
  • Consistency

Teachers, administrators, support staff and community need to form a unified partnership to foster growth opportunities for all students to become lifelong learners and responsible, community-oriented citizens. These opportunities must reflect high standards of excellence in a climate that is safe, positive, and community-orientated. These opportunities will also include responsive curriculum that is differentiated, standards-based, challenging, integrative, exploratory and is aligned with the Maine Learning Results.

2012-2013 No Child Left Behind Report Card