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Did you know the new smokeless and dissolvable tobacco products look like breath mints, breath strips, or tooth picks, and will be easy for kids to conceal and use at school, a sporting event or at home? These new dissolvable tobacco products are not safe; they can cause nicotine poisoning if taken by children. Less than a . . .
Open campus has begun for the senior class as of December 2, 2013. There are a few simple guidelines that seniors are to follow: If a senior has first (or first and second) hour study hall, when they arrive at school they must . . .
A growing number of Iowa teenagers are using potentially dangerous synthetic products. Governor Terry Branstad has proclaimed Monday, March 5th, as Take Five Iowa Day, a day for Iowans to talk with children about the importance of . . .
Cancellations, announcements, emergencies
INCLEMENT WEATHER - SchoolReach and SNOWCA P If school will be closed, starting late, or dismissing early due to inclement weather, an announcement will be broadcast on the following radio and TV stations: KQAD (101.1 FM or 800 . . .
Dear Parents, Help your child understand news stories Local and national news coverage is not child friendly, but children are exposed to news stories on television, the Internet, radio, newspapers and magazines. With a 24-hour a day, . . .
School Meals are Changing You may have heard that there will be new requirements for school meals. The new requirements are great news for our students! The new requirements will help Central Lyon Community . . .
The Central Lyon School District now uses the rSchoolTodayâ¢ Activity Scheduler as our school calendar as it provides significant advantages to our school community. Because it is web-based, we can provide you instant access to . . .
In September and October of 2010, the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) collaborated with schools in Iowa to conduct the 2010 Iowa Youth Survey (IYS). The 2010 IYS is the thirteenth in a series of surveys that have been completed . . .
The Forster Trust was established by Mrs. Ella Forster at her death in 1987. Mr. James (Frosty) Forster died in 1975. Their bequest totaled about $1.4 million to be used for “charitable, religious, scientific, literary or . . .
The Iowa Administrative Rules of Special Education requires that each Iowa school district create a delivery system for special education instructional services. The school board must approve the development of the plan and the individuals on . . .