Welcome from the SuperintendentIt is an honor to serve as the superintendent of such an amazing school district. Libby, Montana is truly a great place to live and work. Libby Public School District, a caring and collaborative learning community, ensures that each student achieves intellectual and personal excellence, and is well prepared for college and career pathways.
We have many remarkable achievements, programs, and other successes to be proud of in our schools. This past spring we obtained certification through the rigorous AdvancED process. Our high school was award the Northwest Energy Academic Excellence Award and our elementary was awarded the Gold Award at the MBI Institute this past summer. Take a look around and learn more about the special happenings that take place every day in our schools. And please, if you have any questions, please use the Contact page to reach out. We love hearing from our community.
A Foundation For Success
Libby is fortunate to be able to offer a free, public preschool program for all 4 year olds in our community.
Libby Elementary instills a love of learning for all students while serving K-6th grades.
Libby Middle High School
LMHS, serving 7-12th grades, leverages effective curriculum strategies to ensure that all students are college and career ready.
Prepared for the Future
LPS takes pride in providing a top-notch, well-rounded educational system that helps students prepare for the world ahead of them.
News and Happenings
The Libby High School Class of 2022 graduation ceremony will be available to watch online through the NFHS Network. If you can't make it to the ceremony, click the link below to check it out live. The ceremony will take place
Brought to you by Libby Middle/High School's GEAR UP team! The 7th grade "I Pledge to Graduate 2027" breakfast will take place on Wednesday, May 18, 2022 from 7:50 AM to 9:15 AM in the LMHS Gym. 7th graders may
Dear LES Parents/Guardians, We are beginning to plan for the 2022-2023 school year and wanted to share some updates with you. • The federal lunch program through the USDA will no longer be providing free meals to all students. A free/reduced lunch