Lampeter-Strasburg District News
Morgan Bucher and Andrew Bliss are November's Pioneer Superlatives and Jenna Istvanik and Hunter Mitchell are Students of the Month.
Students of the Month were selected based on displaying the characteristics of respect and Mr. Leone was named Teacher of the Month.
Martin Meylin Middle School presents an adaption of the classic musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang from December 6-8, 2018. Shows start at 7 p.m. at the PAC.
This season, L-S is home to two all-league, 17 1st team, 12 2nd team, five honorable mention, two section, and 23 academic all-stars plus two coaches of the year.
Sixty-seven juniors and seniors became members of National Honor Society in a ceremony on November 13, 2018.
On Wednesday, November 14, a dozen Lampeter-Strasburg student athletes took advantage of Early Commitment Day to pledge to their schools of choice:
Students have been observing Veterans Day by sending respect and kindness to our American heroes.
Social studies teacher Christy McCanna has been selected by her Lampeter-Strasburg High School colleagues as Teacher of the Quarter for the first marking period of the 2018-2019 school year.
Four Lampeter-Strasburg High School students are applauded for their achievements during the month of October. Seniors Maya Horst and Jacob Visniski are Pioneer Superlatives while junior Alexis Garrett and sophomore Fabiano Moscoso-Rondon are Students of the Month.
Martin Meylin Middle School staff celebrated 13 motivated students and one caring library assistant this month with Students of the Month and Teacher of the Month honors.
On October 29, sophomore Colin McDonald and junior Jillian Pontz joined their AP American Government and Politics teacher Justin Keefer for Lancaster County’s first Democracy Day.
The L-S Thespian Society presents the classic Agatha Christie whodunit The Mousetrap, November 8-10 at the Performing Arts Center.
L-S Athletic Director Branden Lippy successfully defended her dissertation on October 15, 2018, to receive her doctorate in Educational Leadership from Immaculata University. Congratulations Dr. Lippy!
Congratulations to the boys cross country team, who have clinched a share of the L-L League Section Two title for the first time in program history.
Four high school students have been honored for their achievements during September 2018. Hannah Andersen and Luke Brodersen are the month's Pioneer Superlatives while Mary Torres and Jared Risser are Students of the Month.
Congratulations to the Pioneer Golf Team for winning the LL-League Section III Championship on Tuesday, October 9.
The LSHS student body chose 16 seniors to make up the 2018 Homecoming Court. The king will be crowned at the Powderpuff game on October 18 and the queen will be crowned at the Homecoming game on October 19.
After a undefeated season of Section 2 victories going 5-0, the Lampeter-Strasburg Girls Tennis team was rewarded with the Section 2 championship on Friday, September 28.
Throughout the school year, third graders will gather for monthly Circle the Wagons assemblies to emphasize positive behavior skills. September's theme was "Pioneer Spirit and Grit."
Social studies teacher Janelle Kershner is the September Teacher of the Month at Martin Meylin Middle School. One student from each class also received Student of the Month acclaim for excellence in the Back to School and Ready to Learn category.
The PIAA 5A title-winning softball team visited the State Capitol on Wednesday, September 26, to be honored by state legislators.
Sixteen L-S vocalists, including five freshmen, have been selected to be part of the LLMEA County Chorus Festival in February 2019.
Five seniors received the designation of Commended Students in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship competition.
Six new members joined the Lampeter-Strasburg Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday, September 21: Olivier Manosane, Lauren McHale, Jeremy Osborne, Jansen Rudy, Jared Schnapf, and Chad Sensenig.
On October 3, Lampeter Elementary students will have the chance to compete for fun and fundraising at Pioneer Ninja Warrior.
Find out the ways students are participating in the 94th Annual West Lampeter Community Fair, which runs from Wednesday, September 26, through Friday, September 28, 2018.
Seven skilled Martin Meylin musicians have qualified for the 2018-2019 Lancaster Lebanon Music Educators Association (LLMEA) Middle School Orchestra Festival
Ten Lampeter-Strasburg High School students will compete for the title of Lampeter Fair Queen on Wednesday, September 26, at the 94th Annual West Lampeter Community Fair.
Seniors Jarrett Emmerling, Kristen Mast, and Jansen Miller are among the Semifinalists in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program.
The first-ever Pioneer Pride Classic was held at the newly renovated football stadium to kick off the 2018-2019 sports season. Representatives from every team attended the event to celebrate past accomplishments and build excitement for the upcoming year.
Meet the new teachers and learn about personnel changes on campus for the new school year.
Things have changed around here since last year. We have new fields, a new 1:1 technology program at the high school and much more.
Rising seventh graders Peter Mecouch and Bennett Wehibe took part in the National Youth Leadership Forum for STEM camp at Villanova University from July 15-20, 2018.
Fifteen members of the High School's Garden Spot FFA Chapter attended the PA FFA State Convention from June 12-14, 2018. The students competed on various teams, attended breakout sessions on topics of their choice, and making memories with old and new friends.
On June 26, Congressman Lloyd Smucker read an account of the varsity softball program's first PIAA 5A Championship Title and congratulated the team from the floor of the US House of Representatives.
Lampeter-Strasburg School District
1600 Book Rd., Lancaster PA 17602
Administration Building: 717-464-4699
Lampeter Elementary School: 717-358-1880
Hans Herr Elementary School: 717-509-0300
Martin Meylin Middle School: 717-509-0289
Lampeter-Strasburg High School: 717-509-0485