Update on end-of-year schedule

Many in our community have been asking about our plans for the end of the year. At this time we can share the following update regarding the remainder of the school year. Our last day Read more »

Update on Reopening Plans

Please read the statement below from Superintendent Leslie Whitcomb: I am sure that the New Lebanon CSD community is anxious for an update on reopening our schools in September. While we await specific guidance from Read more »

Sydney Smith

Sydney Smith Wins Giddings Foundation Award

Congratulations to Sydney Smith on her 2020 Giddings Foundation Scholar Award!   Sydney is the daughter of Tim and April Smith. She was active and successful in her academic endeavors, extracurricular activities, and volunteer work Read more »

Summer Meal Information

While New Lebanon CSD is no longer delivering meals to families, there are several resources available for those that need them. Text: “food” or “comida” to 877-877 Call: 1-866-3-HUNGRY or 211 Or, visit the links Read more »

Graduation Update 6/24

With rain in the forecast for Saturday, we are moving graduation to our scheduled rain date of Friday, June 26th at 6:00pm at Walter B. Howard Elementary School.  Graduates, please plan on arriving by 5:45 Read more »

Update on Graduation Plans

Dear New Lebanon CSD Community, please read the message below from High School Principal Matt Klafehn: As we are learning throughout this COVID-19 crisis, guidance with regard to our day-to-day operations can change from moment Read more »

Deadline for ballot acceptance extended

***UPDATE JUNE 10*** In accordance with Governor Cuomo’s executive order extending the deadline for ballots to be received for the 2020-2021 School Budget Vote/Board Election, we are unable to distribute ballots in person or by Read more »

Statement from Superintendent Leslie Whitcomb

Please read the statement below from Superintendent Leslie Whitcomb:   I have been struggling to collect my thoughts on the turmoil that our nation has experienced recently. Personally, the events of the past days and Read more »

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