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Fourth Quarter Community Builders Announced

Posted on: May 3, 2023
Congratulations to our fourth quarter COMMUNITY BUILDERS! The Lebanon City Schools Board of Education honored students, staff, and a community business during the Community Builders Recognition Event held in April. A community builder is someone who cares about their community and takes action to make it better. These students and staff have contributed to their classrooms, buildings, and the Lebanon community in ways that nurture kindness, service to others, and mutual respect.
The following were recognized as Community Builders for the fourth quarter of the 2022/2023 school year:

BOWMAN PRIMARY SCHOOL: Aubrey Bamber - Kindergarten, Matthew Oncay - Kindergarten, Remy Switzer - First Grade, Phoenix Kimball - First Grade, Cloey Asher - Second Grade, and Kinson Jiang - Second Grade.

DONOVAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL: Evelyn Roof - Third Grade, Luke Garrett - Third Grade, Anna Lansing - Fourth Grader, and Bryce Mellott - Fourth Grader.

BERRY INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL: Madeline Donovan - Fifth Grade, Sawyer Brooks - Fifth Grade, Kami Ferris - Sixth Grade, and Henry Brubaker - Sixth Grade.

LEBANON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL: Madison Pittman - Seventh Grade, Austen Hartmier - Seventh Grade, Adara Bowling - Eighth Grade, and Ian Parlett - Eighth Grade.

LEBANON HIGH SCHOOL: The "Maroon Makers" comprised of: eighth grader Alex Noe, freshman Taylor King, Kaiya Lynch-Fuller, Audrey Thornton, Gianna Averion, Maria Pacetti, and Cade Osborn; sophomores Adam Baker, Evan Brewer, Ben Germain, Eli Allison, and Mason King; juniors Caleb Gentry, Tyler Schaefer, Selina Mays, Juliya Hopfensperger, Izzy Rose, Ben Brandenburg, Katie Harper, Hannah Liu, Julia Smith, Kaylie White, Jason Barnes, Nathen Jones, and Mason McCart. 

STAFF RECOGNIZED:  Kati McComb (Bowman), Halee Page (Donovan), Bethanie Lamb (High School), Earl Daniel (District HVAC) and substitute bus driver Jacob Yanes.

COMMUNITY BUSINESS: Local business Lebanon Electric was recognized for their support of Lebanon High School's Career Exploration Program. Todd Carter and his team have offered work experiences to students with disabilities that they most likely would not have otherwise been offered the opportunity to attempt. Students have had the chance to try their hand at operating a pallet jack and at electrical wiring and cabling tasks. They've also been given opportunities to learn skills in sorting, lifting, and stocking. 

Congratulations to all! This recognition is well deserved and their efforts are one of the many things that make Lebanon City Schools a place of excellence. There are GREAT things happening in Lebanon Schools!

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