39 Hanover Street, Lebanon, NH 03766
(603)727-4772  
 
Come for a visit! (directions)
 
 
 
 

Alison Davis Crowley

Academic Coach

Email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

OPEN OFFICE HOURS- at school!

Mondays 9-12

Fridays 1-3

No appointment necessary, just stop by school!

Come any time, stay as long as you need. If you can't make it during these hours, send me an email and we can arrange a one-on-one time.

 

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As the Academic Coach, Miss Crowley is available to work with any student who needs or wants extra support. In addition to working in the Special Education department, Miss Crowley supports the LCS teachers with extension sections in Civics, Computer Science, and Suspenseful Literature. 

 

 

Seniors! 

As we quickly approach the end of the quarter (April 10), and then jump into our last quarter, let's get you ready to graduate! Check in with me to see where you're at, and complete any make-up work, ELOs, and other requirements before the end of the school year. 

 

Resources for Remote Learning

To get Miss Crowley's phone number, or to set up a one-on-one learning time, please email her at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

For those students who have asked for paper copies of work during this time, here is the work pick-up and drop off schedule: 

Pick up work MONDAYS, after 12 pm (in the wooden box by the front door)

Drop off work by FRIDAY evening so I can scan to teachers (please return work in the same folders it was given in; we have a limited supply)

 

 Remember to take a break, get outside for a walk, and practice self-care!
 
Snack attack! Healthy snack ideas and recipes 
Yoga videos (the ones with the + sign are paid content- everything else is free; I like this site because you can search for class by length of time and difficulty)

 

 

Resources for Advanced Computer Science

Advanced Computer Science Classroom code: ivcmqku

JavaScript learning through Flatiron School

 

 

 

             

Computer Science students practice writing algorithms with cupcakes and explore electricity by building electrical circuits and 3D models

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