A Chance to Make an Informed Decision on November 5th

Our school district believes that participation in athletics, band, choir, drama, and other student organizations is an important part of offering opportunities to students. For many students, participating in these groups or as a member of a team makes for a much better school experience. In fact, research supports that students who participate in extracurricular activities perform better and have a higher rate of graduation than students who do not.


The budget reduction plan for Lebanon City Schools was released last week. This plan provides details regarding the planned cuts should the school levy fail on November 5. While most of the plan includes budgetary cuts, there is a part of the plan that calls for an increase in pay-to-participate fees.


Currently, high school athletes pay $250 per sport to participate. Junior high athletes pay $175 per sport. The revenue from these fees, around $250,000 per year, funds approximately one-third of the total cost for the athletic program. To continue our athletic program if the levy fails, 100% of athletic operating costs will need to be funded by the participants in the program. This means that pay-to-participate fees would increase from $250/$175 per sport to $700-$800 per sport depending on the total number of athletes.


Our athletic department has been fielding questions about pay-to-participate and we understand that a large increase will damage our program and lead to some students not participating. However, the core mission of a school district is to educate students in the classroom and without the additional revenue from this levy, our district simply cannot continue to supplement athletic costs.


The intent of this communication is to make all athletes and parents aware of the possibilities discussed here so that you can make an informed decision on November 5.

11/6/2019 12:30 AM

2019-2020 OHSAA Pre-Participation Physical Form

Please be advised that the 2019-2020 OHSAA Pre-Participation Physical Form that is listed under RESOURCES is an ACCEPTED form by the OHSAA.

5/1/2020 1:19 PM



    08/06/2019 | n/a

  • @ Beavercreek Invitational

    08/12/2019 | n/a

  • @ Schwab Invitational

    08/13/2019 | n/a 222-

  • vs. Alter High School

    08/15/2019 | LOSS 218-177

  • @ Alter High School

    08/19/2019 | LOSS 239-169

  • vs. Beavercreek High School

    08/21/2019 | LOSS 206-194

  • vs. Kettering Fairmont High School

    08/22/2019 | WIN 216-223

  • vs. Xenia High School

    09/03/2019 | LOSS 236-202

  • @ Springboro High School

    09/04/2019 | LOSS 249-183

  • vs. Clinton-massie High School

    09/05/2019 | LOSS 222-187

  • @ Miamisburg High School

    09/11/2019 | LOSS 216-207

  • @ Clinton-massie High School

    09/16/2019 | LOSS 209-171

  • vs. Waynesville High School

    09/18/2019 | WIN 220-243

  • vs. Bishop Fenwick High School

    09/24/2019 | LOSS 213-198

  • @ 2018 GWOC Girls' Golf Tournament

    09/25/2019 | n/a 489-

  • H. Hautzinger at District Tournament scorecard exchange and pre-tee off meeting.
  • Coach Russell and H. Hautzinger at 2015 District Tournament
  • Ali Russell escorted by her family on Sr. Recognition Night
  • Girls' Golf team assist in the clean up at Harmon G.C. after a severe summer storm
  • Spring 2013 Collegiate Signees
  • Girls Varsity Golf 2017
  • Maddie Owens initial tee shot in the GGO District Tournament
  • H. Hautzinger District Qualifier in 2014


  • There are no current announcements.

There are no GIRLS GOLF (V) games from 19 Sat, October 2019.

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