Due to COVID-19 concerns,  Lisbon School Department will be closed Tuesday, March 17th through Friday, May 1st 

Welcome to Lisbon School Department

COVID-19 Information

Center for Disease Control (CDC): Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

Open Circle:   How to Talk to Your Kids About Coronavirus

    Lisbon School Dept. will remain closed through May 1st
    Please click here to view Superintendent Green's Letter 

LCS Reminder: With limited time in the Lisbon Community School office, we ask that you email any questions about New registrations, Pre K lottery, Kindergarten Screening, address or phone number changes to:

The Lisbon Nutrition Department will begin mobile meal delivery at the following locations beginning on Tuesday March 17. Meals will be served form 11-12 at each location. Meals will be served out of a school bus. Please walk up to the bus and let them know how many students you are feeding. DO NOT GET ON THE BUS. Please wait outside for a staff member to serve you.
Please respect the anonymity of this process and only take meals for Students.
Gross Development- 1 Bartholomew Street
Grimmels Mailboxes- 1 Alma Drive
Slovak Club- 26 Avery Street
MTM Center- 18 School Street
Woodgate Apartments- 49 Wing Street 
St. Ann's Park & Ride- 1 Saint Ann Street
Lisbon Fire Station (Park n ride behind station) 41 Village Street 

Each bag will have one breakfast and one lunch inside.
Any questions, email aleavitt@lisbonschoolsme.org or call 353-3044.

School Closure Update

March 20, 2020

Dear Lisbon Families,

In an effort to provide you with the most updated information related to the impact of COVID-19 on our schools, I am writing to inform you thatthe Lisbon School Department will remain closed until, at least, Monday, April 27, 2020,with decisions on re-opening or potentially extending the closure being made at that time.

As you know, on Sunday, March 15, 2020, Governor Mills provided a recommendation that Maine schools cease classroom-based instruction for the duration of the State of Civil Emergency. The State of Civil Emergency is in effect for 30 days and may be reissued as many times as the situation warrants.

It is our goal to be a source of support during this stressful period. Beginning Monday, March 22, 2020, the Lisbon School Department will begin the implementation of our “Distance Learning Plan” in an effort to provide remote learning activities for students. Information related to our remote food program/schedule is also available.

As I have mentioned before, this notification is an effort to communicate this news to you as soon as possible so that you may continue planning for child care and other concerns that have occurred as a result of this extended closure.

If you or your family find yourself in need, please do not hesitate to contact me directly. Please be safe and as always be assured that we care and are here for you.Thank you for your continued support of our students and our schools and always remember that “We are Lisbon”!


Richard A. Green, Ed.D.

Superintendent of Schools

Phone: 207-353-6711 X1005


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Lisbon and Lisbon Falls, are nestled in the picturesque corridor along the Androscoggin River and are proud communities of a diversified population-base. The towns, settled in 1628, were second to Lewiston with manufacturing opportunities. Today, townspeople from all walks of life, pride themselves on their community and its students’ accomplishments. Lisbon public schools are located in the third largest community in Androscoggin County. The Lisbon School Department is comprised of Lisbon Community School, Philip W. Sugg Middle School and Lisbon High School. 

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