Lisbon Elementary School
502 Ash Street
PO Box 593
Lisbon, ND 58054
Links of Interest
– Find The Good Life in ND
This website promotes the quality of life and the ample job opportunities we have in North Dakota
– Heart of the Valley ITV Consortium
Lisbon Public Schools Interactive Television Consortium
– LPS’ Policy Manual
This website allows you to search board policies by code or keywords.
– LPS’ Webcasts
Watch live and archived events like School Board meetings, sports, concerts, etc
– ND Kids Count
Information on kids for the State of North Dakota county by county
Welcome to the Lisbon Elementary School Web Page
The Lisbon Elementary School takes pride in educating the district’s K-4 students. Class sizes in the elementary school average around 18 to 20 students per teacher with grade levels split into two or three sections. Instructional practices put emphasis on meaningful student engagement while stressing the importance of developing literacy and higher-order thinking skills. Response to Intervention (RTI), both academic and behavioral, plays a key role in developing a positive and nurturing school environment. The Lisbon Elementary School strives to develop students intoBronco STARS. This positive behavior program is part of the family-orientated atmosphere, which emphasizes the importance of parent involvement in educating children.
Elementary School News
School will be in session on Monday, April 22, as a snow day makeup.
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BISMARCK, N.D., April 3, 2019 – State School Superintendent Kirsten Baesler on Wednesday invited North Dakota parents and family members of students to consider joining a “family engagement cabinet” that she is forming to share ideas about improving education. “After...