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Showing posts with label Lisbon Schools Community Resources. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Lisbon Schools Community Resources. Show all posts

Thursday, April 20, 2017

School Committee Agenda for April 24, 2017



Sunday, February 26, 2017

CANCELED SCHOOL COMMITTEE MEETING - FEBRUARY 2-27-2017


ATTENTION

Just a reminder that the workshop meeting scheduled for Monday, February 27th has been cancelled.  The topics that were to be covered at this workshop will be discussed at the workshop meeting on March 27, 2017.

Friday, February 19, 2016

LISBON FOOD DRIVE




 
Other Collection locations are at the Town Office and Rogers Insurance.
 
EDITOR'S NOTE:  LET'S EVERYONE GET BEHIND THIS WORTH WHILE CAUSE!!!

Sunday, November 1, 2015

LISBON'S NEW GYM OPENING

 
 
 
 
 
                                                        Traci Austin Opening Remarks


                                                                          Center Court

                                                                               Seating

                                                                          Weight Room

 
 
 
                                                                       Weight Room

CONGRATULATIONS TO SUPERINTENDENT GREEN, LISBON SCHOOL BOARD AND ALL THE PEOPLE INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT.

EDITOR'S NOTE:  SEVERAL HUNDRED PEOPLE TURNED OUT TO WITNESS THE OPENING OF LISBON'S NEW GYM.  IT IS A TRUE ASSET TO THE COMMUNITY. 
 




.SEE WHAT CAN BE ACCOMPLISHED WHEN YOU DO NOT HAVE TO INVOLVE CHAIRMAN PESCE, COUNCILORS CRAFT, BRUNELLE, BICKFORD AND METIVIER OF THE TOWN COUNCIL


Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Middle School Boys Soccer Results, 10/28/15, PWS vs Oak Hill‏

The PWS Greyhounds suffered their first loss of the season in a well fought home game against the Oak Hill Raiders ending 0-1.

With Oak Hill at 8-1-2 and Lisbon undefeated but with less wins under their belt both teams took the field boldly but uncertain of each other’s abilities. Fans were treated to non-stop excellent play as both teams battled for position but neither could get a shot past Oak Hills Sweeper #66 Max Hall nor Lisbon’s Keeper Levi Levesque as the first half ended scoreless for both teams. Play continued in the second half where it left off with an intense desire to win on both sides. Then with 10 minutes left, Oak Hill's #5 Reese Collins put in the sole goal of the game scoring 0-1. 

The [5-1-4] Greyhounds final game will be away versus Gardiner, Thursday, October 29.

—Coach Reeves  

Friday, October 23, 2015

Middle School Boys Soccer Results, 10/22/15, PWS vs Monmouth‏

The PWS Greyhounds could't have been more equally matched facing the Monmouth Mustangs on the opponents field ending in a 0-0 tie.
     Both teams battled for control of the ball over every bit of field but neither was able to take many shots on goal. Greyhound Striker Captain #10 Jack Tibbetts had the first opportunity to send one in on a PK during the first half but Mustang Goalie Ed Zuis was able to deflect it away. Likewise later in the second half it was Monmouth that was awarded a PK and as before the excellent shot was deflected by an exceptional goalie, this time Lisbon's own Levi Levesque.
 
     The [5-0-4] Greyhounds next game is scheduled to be away versus Gardiner, the date TBA.
 
—Coach Reeves

Truths in Life
1) Everything that happens, happens for a reason. Luck does not exist.
2) In this existence we are either part of the problem or part of the solution. The choice is ours.
3) We aren't defined by our circumstances but by our reactions to them. Crisis reveals character.

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Middle School Boys Soccer Results, 10/21/15, PWS vs Winthrop & Richmond‏

The PWS Greyhounds in 2 days played 2 solid home games and displayed their undying resolve in their quest for victories, first defeating the Winthrop Ramblers 2-0 and then a 2-2 tie with the Richmond Bobcats.

Against the Ramblers, Lisbon played with intensity but it wasn’t until well into the second half that the first goal of the game was made by Striker Captain #10 Jack Tibbetts assisted by Left Wing #2 Zeke Spiro. Then just two minutes later Tibbetts scored again, this time assisted by Right Wing #12 DJ Douglass. Lisbon’s Halfbacks #11 Neil LaRochelle and #19 Hunter Burkhardt kept the middle energized while Sweeper #20 Seth Dyer kept Winthrop away from scoring and secured the shutout with a 2-0 game final.

Lisbon’s battle with Richmond was to be much more uphill as the game virtually started with 2 goals in Richmond favor within just 6 minutes of play off of desperate scrambling moves deep in Greyhound territory. Still, “determination” was the evident character of the ‘Hounds as they fought valiantly for a shooting position with Stopper Captain #15 Jacob George repelling numerous Bobcat attacks and Striker Captain #10 Jack Tibbetts taking the battle deep into Bobcat territory. It wasn’t until several minutes into the second half when the powerful foot of Lisbon’s Right Wing #12 DJ Douglass fired one past Richmond’s goalie. Next it was Lisbon’s Left Wing #2 Zeke Spiro who capitalized on a loose ball and sent in the shot that tied the game at 2-2.

The [5-0-3] Greyhounds play their third day in a row, this time away versus Monmouth, Thursday, October 22.
 
Submitted By:  Jim Reeves

Thursday, October 15, 2015

Middle School Boys Soccer Results,10/14/15, PWS vs Cony‏

The PWS Greyhounds displayed inexhaustible tenacity in a challenging home bout with the Cony Rams with a 2-2 final.

Ram offense struck first at 3 minutes into the match capitalizing on a hole in Lisbon’s defense. Lisbon’s talented and nimble Right Wing #12 DJ Douglass while drawing many defenders fired numerous shots on Cony’s goalie scoring one for Lisbon 13 minutes in. Pressure on the right was aggressive with Midfielders #8 Mason Booker and #14 Caleb Phillips working the ball forward iuntil one long ball centered in by Douglass was sent to the net by Striker Captain #10 Jack Tibbetts putting Lisbon in the lead just before the end of the half. The fierce battle continued in the second half with another Cony goal 5 minutes after the break and though ‘Hound attacks persisted on the Rams with daring plays by Rookies #18 Hunter Brissette and #17 Ethan Brown no more goals were scored and the game ended in a tie.

The [4-0-2] Greyhounds next game will be at home versus Winthrop, Tuesday, October 20.

—Coach Reeves