Parent Letter About Remote Instruction Option

Principals Andrew Kourt and Matt Klafehn shared this letter on August 3 with families about a remote instruction option for September. Dear Families, As stated in our reopening plan posted on Friday, July 31, that Read more »

Superintendent Shares Update on Reopening

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 the NY State Education Department, we have been planning sanitation 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 »

Community Approves 2020-2021 School Budget

Residents of the New Lebanon Central School District approved the $12,764,051 budget for the 2020-2021 school year by a margin of 286 (yes) to 77 (no). Residents also voted to fill two seats on the 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 »

School Psychologist Shares Coping Advice

We know that the COVID-19 outbreak is disrupting many routines and schedules, so we wanted to share some tips from School Psychologist Patricia White on how to cope with this sudden disruption and the impact Read more »

District Assessing Childcare Needs in Community

In keeping in line with our goal of supporting our community during the ongoing COVID-19 health crisis, we are looking to assess the childcare needs in our district, particularly those of healthcare workers and first Read more »

Information regarding Novel Coronavirus

The New Lebanon Central School District would like to share some basic information regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). We are closely monitoring the situation and following guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Read more »

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