Welcome to Lisbon High School

Dear Lisbon High School Students, Parents, and Guardians,

 It is with continued excitement that I write this letter to you as the Principal of Lisbon High School.  As I reflect on wrapping up year one as the high school Principal, I have reviewed the needs within our school, embraced the experiences I have encountered this past school year, and received feedback from students/staff/community to collaboratively enhance positive changes within the high school.  I am honored to continue in the role as Principal and to be a part of such a great school community.  Looking at the upcoming school year, I am excited to continue working with the loyal and committed staff, individually unique students and invested community to make our high school a place where students want to be. 

It continues to be our mission to help every student feel welcomed, safe, connected, and a part of our Lisbon High School family.  The following are some great things happening at the high school this school year:

  • Lisbon High School continues to offer rigorous academic learning and a plethora of activities, sports and clubs for students to be involved in.  It is highly recommended and encouraged to get involved within our school!  This school year, we will be implementing new class offerings and electives so as to expand the knowledge base, experiences and opportunities for our students. 
  • Lisbon High School will be implementing an attendance protocol that is consistent with the Maine Department of Education - Count Me In program.  This program is “working to increase student attendance, engagement and academic achievement through data-driven strategies so all children can learn and succeed in school.”  This year, we are emphasizing a shared partnership and inclusive parental involvement to really hone in on the necessity of school attendance and the direct correlation to student learning.  Being present at school not only allows students to learn new knowledge but also helps to develop character, cultivate their passions and explore their interests. We appreciate the continued efforts from all involved to ensure students are present and held accountable for their learning. 
  • Lisbon High School will be fostering Restorative Practices this school year.  Staff started training at the end of last school year and will continue training throughout this school year.  “Restorative Practices help build a positive climate and culture in school by promoting inclusiveness, relationship building and problem solving utilizing restorative processes.”  With the implementation of Restorative Practices, we will work together (students, staff, parents) to look at each individual student or situation and assist them in meeting their evolving social, emotional and behavioral needs. 

I look forward to our second school year together and am excited to continue to serve as the Principal of Lisbon High School.  We are looking forward to positive changes for our students, making memories, and preparing our students for their future endeavors.  I appreciate collaboration, communication, and connection with others, so my door is always open to just say hello, discuss concerns, or offer suggestions.  I welcome your input! Please feel free to stop in, call or email me at 207-353-3030 or smagee@lisbonschoolsme.org any time. 



Susan E. Magee


Lisbon High School 


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