It appears that Proposition Lebanon Schools has done some of what was intended for the school district. During a recent meeting of the Lebanon R-3 School Board, Assistant Superintendent Dr. Brad Armstrong presented the annual turnover and exit survey report, which showed that turnover for the 2019-2020 school year declined to 8.6 percent, the lowest since 2016. The average turnover rate for the last 15 years is 9.9%. Two years ago 11 teachers left for neighboring districts, primarily due to pay. This year only 1 teacher left for employment in the Waynesville School District. According to Dr. Armstrong’s report, prior to Proposition Lebanon Schools, the top reason given for leaving was pay, followed by family circumstances and relocation. During the past two years, pay has dropped to number four with family circumstances, retirement, and relocation being the top three reasons.