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Mr. Meyer!

Mr. Meyer!

Although you might be against the new changes to LHS, Frank Meyer has nothing but good intentions for the future. Before becoming the new Lebanon High School head principal, Meyer was an English teacher and assistant principal at Avon Middle School for 12 years, and head principal at Lafayette Techumseh junior high for a year. Meyer is excited to begin his new journey at LHS and has safety and well being as his first priority. 

Meyer wanted to come to LHS over other schools because he has heard good things from other staff that have been here. Meyer is looking forward to getting to know his students and is interested in their well-being. “Every student has a right to be who they want to be.” Meyer said. 

To help students have the best experience, Meyer is making a few changes around the school. This year students will not be able to make trips out to their cars during the school day. He believes “if you are responsible enough to drive yourself to school, you are responsible enough to be prepared” Meyer said. 

You also might have heard about the changes to homeroom policies. Students will now need a pass to visit a teacher during the homeroom period. Many teachers are in favor of the new rule, so that students can use this work time to further their learning. Meyer’s overall goal is to make school time more efficient. 

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Meyer feels welcome into LHS by the kind and friendly community. If Meyer had any advice for high schoolers, it would be “don’t give up too early, and always be patient with your parents.”

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