2 Sugg Drive, Lisbon Falls, ME 04252

Facilities Planning Team

The Lisbon School Committee have developed goals for the 2015/2016 school year . One of their primary focuses will be on the analysis of the Lisbon High School building and addressing the areas of concerns identified in the NEASC report. In an effort to communicate the progress that is being made, this webpage has been developed to share information on the work that is being completed. If you have any comments, questions or suggestions on how we can improve our efforts to communicate our progress, please contact Traci Austin

Capital Improvement Plan (April 2016)

Lisbon Facilities Meeting Minutes:
July 16, 2009
August 13, 2009
August 27, 2009
September 3, 2009
Lisbon Facility Update/Press Release (September 4, 2009)
November 10, 2009
November 15, 2010
February 14, 2011
March 7, 2011
April 14, 2011
November 16,2011
January 19,2012
September 23, 2013
February 24th, 2014
September 17, 2014
October 20, 2014
December 20, 2014
Communication Between NEASC and LHS

NEASC – October 26th, 2005
LHS – July 1st, 2006
LHS – November 1st, 2006
NEASC – November 13th, 2006
NEASC – January 29th, 2007
LHS – October 11th, 2007
NEASC – February 19th, 2008
LHS – November 1st, 2008
NEASC – February 2nd, 2009
NEASC – April 14th, 2009
LHS – May 15th, 2009
NEASC – July 8th, 2009
LHS – September 1st, 2009
NEASC – October 7th, 2009
LHS – May 1st, 2010 (Five Year Report)
NEASC – July 27th, 2010
LHS – October 1st, 2010
LHS – February 1st, 2011
NEASC – April 13th, 2011
NEASC – July 19th, 2011
LHS – November 18, 2011
LHS – February 1, 2012
NEASC – April 13th, 2012
LHS – February 1st, 2013
NEASC – November 25, 2013
LHS – April 29th, 2014
NEASC – July 21, 2014
NEASC – September 2, 2015

On Thursday, July 9, 2009, the Lisbon School Department was notified by the New England Association of Schools & Colleges (NEASC) that the Commission had unanimously affirmed its decision to place the Lisbon High School on probation for failure to adhere to the Commission’s Standards for Accreditation on Instruction and Community Resources for Learning.

In a letter dated July 8, 2009, the Commission outlined their concerns related to current Instruction and Community Resources for Learning. Despite the Commission’s concerns identified in the letter, it did wish to acknowledge the efforts the Lisbon School Department has made in regards to creating alternative facility plans and other needed instructional updates. NEASC also informed us that even though we are on probationary status, the Lisbon High School is still fully accredited.

The Lisbon School Department will continue to address the NEASC concerns through special meetings and workshops. The Lisbon School Committee encourages members of the community to become involved in these important discussions as we move forward in an effort to regain our initial status of “credited with no adverse action.” If you have any questions please contact the Superintendent of Schools, Richard Green , at the following address and number. 19 Gartley Street, Lisbon ME, 04250. (207) 353-6711

2010 Lisbon High School Building Application Update

On March 14, 2011 the Lisbon School Department was notified by the Maine Department of Education that our building application was ranked 27th out of the 71 applications. The School Facilities Evaluation Report (Click Here) and Proposed Priority List (Click Here) are now available for you to review.

The 2010 Lisbon Building Application has been completed and submitted to the Department of Education. On Wednesday, June 2, 2010 the Facilities Committee held an informational hearing to provide an update on our progress. During the meeting preliminary renditions of the potential renovations were presented. Images of the proposed renovations are provided below.



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Lisbon Facilities
Team Members

Traci Austin (Chair)
Tim Carville
Don Fellows
Richard Green
Fern Larochelle
Richard Main
Allen Ouellette
Dean Willey
Kathi Yergin