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Thank you so much for making our auction a success! If you did not receive a winning bidder notice and know you have won some items, please log into your account and click on Winnings. Our pick up date will be Saturday, December 13th from 10:00 - 2:00. We cannot search for items during the school day. If you cannot make this date please contact us through email and we will do our best to make other arrangements.


From 1991 - 2001 the fifth graders of Lebanon Elementary School attended a residential, three nights, four day environmental education program in southern Maine. In an effort to revive this wonderful program in April of 2007, 84 fifth-grade students from Lebanon Elementary School in Lebanon, Maine attended The Ferry Beach Ecology Schools at Ferry Beach, Maine. In May of 2015 we hope to have another 70+ students experience the residential program.

Camp EllisFerry Beach Ecology School (FBES) is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to providing ecological education to 3rd-8th grade classes. Their interdisciplinary ecology curriculum focuses on teaching hands-on lessons in basic ecology by using the outdoors as a classroom-- a classroom where learning occurs through exploration, scientific investigation, discovery and sensory awareness. A trip to FBES can be a once in a lifetime opportunity for students to explore and learn about ecosystems such as tide pools, beaches, dunes, salt marshes and coastal forests - places that many of them may never have seen before. The experience of being away from home and learning to live with and get along with others is also invaluable. Please visit to learn more about this wonderful program!

"Schools That Shine" picks Lebanon and Ecology School "SELU" Partnership

News Center 6 WCSH-TV chose our "Science & Ecology Live & Unplugged" (SELU) program with Lebanon Elementary Schools for its November "Schools That Shine" segment. Congratulations to principal Tom Ledue and the teaching team (Jaime Halbmaier and Carolyn French were amazing on camera!) for being chosen for this community grant and honor. Take a look the video produced by WCSH's Tim Goff that aired Nov 11th on Ch. 6!

Fundraising Efforts

This opportunity is expensive. It costs thousands of dollars to send the fifth grade to this school. Parents will contribute about one half of the cost and we will fund raise for the rest. Our fundraiser will be this on-line auction. The fifth graders have been very successful in raising money using this format in the past. During the week of November 30 through December 6, 2014, we will hold our on-line auction. As this is our largest fundraiser we will have, we are hoping to make it even more successful than ever before. Please consider donating to our cause.

This auction represents hours of work by parents, teachers and sponsors.

Please bid high and bid often!

My favorite part of going to FBES was by far the beach! We could go to the beach during our recess to find rocks, shells, and sea glass. The waves were really fun too. My friends and I would see who could get the closest to the waves and jump away before we could get wet. My next favorite part of FBES were the guides. I had Ted for a guide and he was really funny. He would sing "Zombie Moose" a lot.

Mikayla G. 2012