The boys's cross country team placed second at the 2018 State Qualifying Cross Country Meet on October 18. The team, along with two individual runners, Joe Anderson and Daniel Schriever, will advance to the state meet to be held October 27 in Fort Dodge. In addition, Joe place first and is the district champion. Congratulations to all the runners and coaches for a great season, and good luck at state!
Varsity Boys: Team State Qualifier; 2nd as a Team; 91 Runners
*1st Joe Anderson 16:32 District Champion; All District
*8th Daniel Schriever 17:30 All District
16th Payton Mauldin 17:58
19th Taeron Olson 18:14
20th Kade Griesse 18:32
22nd Martin Macias 18:36
33rd Matt Haken 19:16
Varsity Girls: 11th as a Team; 83 runners
16th Emily Greve 22:02
38th Sami Ebel 23:35
40th Thea DeBoer 23:49
68th Chloe Smit 25:47
82nd Lauren Langholdt
October's Senior of the Month was new to Central Lyon as of last school year and has met, if not exceeded, all of our expectations. She is a dedicated and hard-working individual who leads by example. Before enrolling at Central Lyon she was involved in Band and Jazz Band. She was inducted into National Honor Society as a Junior and this year serves as the Student Council Secretary/Treasurer. She is well respected and appreciated by her peers and teachers.
This month’s senior student of the month in Kaytana H.
Students and staff show their school spirit by singing the Central Lyon Fight Song!
FFA Fruit Sales began Wednesday, October 3. They have a lot of new items for you to check out this year.
In addition to direct selling, they offer a new, unique opportunity for distant family and friends who would like to support the FFA chapter. 4 Seasons Fundraising has opened an online store, that is directly linked to the same Fruit Sales items that the FFA sells directly. You are able to purchase meat, cheese, candy, and much more that 4 Seasons offers, while still supporting our organization. Just simply follow the link below, and shop away! If you have any questions feel free to email, or call Mr. Rockhill at the school.
This week our Reading story was called "Meet Rosina" by George Ancona. It was about a girl who is deaf and uses sign language to communicate at school and with her family. We have a sign language alphabet poster and several books in our classroom to go with this story. The children have been excited to practice the alphabet in sign language and learn how to spell their own names. This afternoon we invited Mrs. Jansma in to our classroom to share her knowledge about sign language.