March Breakfast & Lunch Menu
The March Breakfast & Lunch Menus have been added to the website. They can be found under About -> Meal Menus & Pricing
Kindergarten Registration is scheduled for Wednesday, March 19. If your a parent that lives in Milford or Greenfield, call 827-2252 ext. 103 to schedule an appointment for your child for that day. The child must be 5 by October 15, 2014.
Technology Day for Middle School Students
The Dr. Lewis S. Libby School would like to thank their staff for working hard and guests who provided a wonderful opportunity and Technology Day. Everyone was able to learn and experience several programs on the HP computers for grades 7 & 8 and the Apples for grade 6. Students were able to sign-up for four sessions throughout the day. Guest included MLTI (Maine Learning Technology Initiative) representatives Phil Brookhouse and Jim Wells, Husson University Technology Club Ben Brown and Kyle Sirois, and Kahbang/Freelance Graphic Artist Kyle Treadwell. Our very own Ben Everett joined in providing a couple sessions along with some of the middle school staff.
Mr. Wells shared his knowledge of Office 365, a program where students can create documents and share it with others. In the afternoon sessions he helped students do more with Google Earth.
Mr. Brookhouse went over Movie Maker, then created challenges for students to find 5 pictures about speed, honesty, etc. using Creative Common Search. Students shared their pictures. He also worked closely with students using the programing game, Kodu.
Mr. Treadwell was quite diverse providing all students sessions about Banner Design and Photo Editing. He was able to show both HP and Apple students Gimp; a freeware graphic design application.
Printing and Online Security were topics covered by Mr. Everett. He was instrumental in having Husson University Technology Club Ben Brown and Kyle Sirois bring their 3D printer. Students were enthralled as they watched the printer create a working whistle.
Learning Suite, Online Tools, Keynote, Pages, Microsoft Word and Garage Band were topics shared in sessions directed by staff members.
Even though there were a few technical glitches, the students were extremely patient and learned some things to help them make their projects stellar.
All children will become successful life long learners who are responsible, community-oriented citizens.
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
- Respect for Self and Others
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.
- Superintendent: Terrance A. McCannell
- Phone: (207) 827-2252 ext. 116
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- Special Education Director: Patricia Bradstreet
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- Principal: James L. Russell, Jr.
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- Assistant Principal: Trish Clark
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