For the 23 - 24 school year, the Lisbon School Department is following CDC recommendations(Reviewed March 4th, 2024)

Is My Child Too Sick For School

"When people get sick with a respiratory virus, the updated guidance recommends that they stay home and away from others. For people with COVID-19 and influenza, treatment is available and can lessen symptoms and lower the risk of severe illness. The recommendations suggest returning to normal activities when, for at least 24 hours, symptoms are improving overall, and if a fever was present, it has been gone without use of a fever-reducing medication.

Once people resume normal activities, they are encouraged to take additional prevention strategies for the next 5 days to curb disease spread, such as taking more steps for cleaner air, enhancing hygiene practices, wearing a well-fitting mask, keeping a distance from others, and/or getting tested for respiratory viruses.

ESSER 3 Application
As part of our application for the ESSER 3 funding available to schools, we are sharing the projects that our district administration has earmarked a priority for the Educational Allocation portion of the ESSER 3 Funds made available to Lisbon Public Schools. We are seeking input from the community on these projects. The projects can be found at the link below. 

Any feedback on the projects for our Grant application can be sent directly to Julie Nichols at [email protected].
Thank you for your support!

ESSER II Educational Allocation District Projects - Click Here

Former Covid Protocols

SY 21-22 Lisbon Reporting and Covid Guidance Handbook - Click Here

Updated Reopening Handbook 4.19.22 - Click Here - PDF
Lisbon COVID Guidance Handbook

Fall Reopening Update (21-22)

Fall Reopening Plan

Fall Reopening Slide Show

Fall Reopening Video Presentation (8/25/21)