Lampeter-Strasburg District News
You did it, Class of 2018! Special congratulations to valedictorian Isaac Esh, salutatorian Sarah Gawne, and Bill and LaRue Helm award winner Megan Breneman.
Lampeter's Principal for a Day
Second grader Megan Smoker from Mrs. Taraborelli's class to became Lampeter Elementary's Principal for a Day on Thursday, May 29. Miss Smoker's first order of business was to declare five extra minutes of recess for everyone. It was a popular decision.
The LSHS musical theatre class earned rave reviews recently for their Children’s Theatre productions of Candyland and Wonder.
Seniors take a stroll down memory lane, starting at the High School and visiting Martin Meylin, Hans Herr, and Lampeter Elementary School.
Mrs. Risser’s seventh grade English/Language Arts students served as ambassadors for starry-eyed societies of their own creation at the class’s Utopia Fair on Monday, May 21
Members of the varsity track & field team broke five school records and earned medals at the District 3 and PIAA championships this season.
Several L-S students joined Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz and others to open the Lancaster Chamber's 146th Annual Dinner.
The District received a dozen brand new instruments and accessories as part of the third annual Great Instrument Give-Out from Music for Everyone.
Students from the High School's advanced agriculture science class led fifth graders through a series of hands-on STEM stations at Classroom in the Field Days. Lessons included the growth and production of crops, soil health, agricultural technology, and more during the on-campus "field trips."
Sarah Gawne and Mark Wittemann are Pioneer Superlatives and Autumn Swope and Steven Shepherd are Students of the Month for their achievements in April 2018.
Despite a rainy start to the day, the 2018 Lampeter-Strasburg High School prom turned out to be a lovely affair. Hanna Garber and Steven Greenwood were crowned king and queen.
Konrad Poniatowski, Harry Skiles, and Kayla Weese were the top three spellers in the annual Hans Herr Third Grade Spelling Bee.
Sixty-six members of the Class of 2018 received scholarship awards totaling more than $77,000 at Senior Awards Night on May 17.
Martin Meylin's final group of Students of the Month for the 2017-2018 are recognized by the school's creative arts teachers for displaying exemplary etiquette.
Third graders have been paying it forward by participating in the Kindness Rocks Project, a growing movement built around spreading cheer by decorating rocks with encouraging messages and then hiding the creations for others to find.
Martin Meylin's ELA teacher Christine Willig is the 2018 Teacher of the Year and Mary Caperton Morton (Class of 2000) is the 2018 Distinguished Alumni. The award winners, plus years-of-services honorees and retirees, were honored at the 44th annual Board Recognition Banquet on May 11.
Sophomore Logan Davidson has had a remarkable month of wrestling, qualifying for the USA National Tournament and placing 4th at the Mid-Atlantic Wrestling Association's Eastern Nationals Tournament.
Here’s this year’s Enigma magazine, filled with original artwork, photography, and poetry from Lampeter-Strasburg High School students.
Students from Mrs. Rutledge’s class at Hans Herr Elementary School were proud to present a $100 donation for Keystone Pet Enhanced Therapy Services (KPETS) to their favorite therapy dog - Josie.
Forty-four students from grades five, eight, and eleven were recognized for their diligence and academic excellence at the Burrowes Scholars award ceremony on May 3, 2018.
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