Lisbon Middle School
502 Ash Street
PO Box 593
Lisbon, ND 58054
Middle School Principal
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
Lisbon Middle School is located in Lisbon ND, in Ransom County which is the county seat. LMS houses students grades 5-8 in a fully air conditioned building with two computer labs and large gym. We pride ourselves in providing supports to our students through PBIS, RTI, and our Special Education programs. We have a Leadership Team, Science Fair, school band, and multiple athletic activities available to students to join. Students are encouraged to do their best and follow STARS expectations (Safety, Take Responsibility, Active Learners, Respectful Learners) and to actively work on the common goals of doing their best, cooperating with others and treating them with respect, managing yourself, and respecting the rights and property of others. Our mission statement speaks to Lisbon Public School’s firm belief that, “All students will learn, experience success, and be good citizens.”
Middle School News
Josh Drean spoke to the students in grades 5 – 12 on Friday, April 13 on how to take bullying prevention beyond the assembly. He spoke to the students about how to defeat bulling positively at school. We had an hour-long assembly talking about bulling and its...
Congrats to Ben for accepting the Elementary Principal position. Benjamin Zahrbock has been working at Lisbon Public Schools the past 8 years. He started in the spring of 2010 as a Title I math teacher and stayed in that position for 2 years. He has been teaching 5th...
Brenna Lukes, Carlie Shelton, Riley Kunze, and Maddison Katzenmeyer, some members of the HS Library Club, went on a book shopping trip with Mrs. Louden. They went to Barnes and Noble to buy books for the library, Target to get supplies for an art project, and Kroll's...
MIGHTY OAKS: HOW A SMALL GRANT IN NORTH DAKOTA IS MAKING BIG CONNECTIONS BETWEEN SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY
We are always amazed at the work accomplished by our Grants in Place award recipients, but a recent report from our Lisbon, North Dakota grantee Kerri Zahrbock really impressed us - it is amazing what one teacher can do with a small amount of resources and initiative....
High profile acts of violence, particularly in schools, can confuse and frighten children who may feel in danger or worry that their friends or loved-ones are at risk. They will look to adults for information and guidance on how to react. Parents and school personnel...
In 2017, the Lisbon Public Schools established the Lisbon Public Schools Endowment Fund through the North Dakota Community Foundation. It is a permanent endowment fund and earnings from the fund are given as grants, scholarships or gifts to support the intent of the...