Do you have fond memories of FFA, or do you feel that you may have missed out on wearing the blue corduroy jacket when you were in high school? Well the Central Lyon FFA has started something, for this school year. Each year, Mr. Rockhill challenges his new officers with a project, that the team can implement during their year of service. The chapter is beginning an organization called an Alumni Chapter. What is it you ask? The National FFA Organization created this chapter in 1971, for the sole purpose of support. The FFA organization relies on its alumni to garner support for the FFA from their local communities, raise funds for the chapter activities, and scholarships, assist at FFA leadership camps and conferences, and more. Students whose lives are impacted by FFA and agriculture education, maybe even yours, will achieve academic and personal growth. You do not have to be a former FFA member to support the FFA, agriculture education and the future of agriculture. The FFA is always looking for people to lend a hand, or support the chapter, and the students efforts to succeed in everything they do.
Since 1928, the roles of FFA members has been something that is recognized nationally. Students being involved in the organization have gained leadership, professional, and personal skills that allow them to be successful. When you look back on the history of FFA, you tie that hand and hand with agriculture. The ag based organization wants all of its member to live out this motto “Learning to do, doing to learn, earning to live, and living to serve.” By following what the organization stands for, and strives for its members to be, greatness can be achieved.
So what does an Alumni Chapter look like? An Alumni Chapter consists of a network of community members, that our current FFA members can rely on throughout their high school years. If this is something that you may be interested in getting involved with, feel free to contact Mr. Rockhill. Thank you for helping us grow!
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A "Booster Clothing Online" quick link button can be found on the right side of the Central Lyon web page, which links directly to the clothing website. We will continue to send order forms home for the quick turnaround items, which would include state qualifier shirts.
Dear Friends of the Foundation,
You are invited to participate in the Sixteenth Annual Fund Raising Campaign of the Central Lyon School Foundation, Inc. The Foundation, established in 2001, is a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to the enhancement of quality education through educational opportunities, school facilities, technology, and service, on behalf of the Central Lyon Community School District.
Last year’s Fund Raising Campaign raised over $37,000. Just under $8,000 was expended for grants to teachers for special projects (Lion Grants), $2,500 was used for CLSF scholarships to graduating seniors, and another $10,000 was contributed to Central Lyon as part of the four-year commitment for the new technology in the distance learning center. The balance of the funds was set aside in the Foundation’s Permanent Endowment Fund.
Since the first Fund Raising Campaign in 2002, supporters of the Foundation have contributed over $511,000. Approximately $230,500 of these funds has been awarded as scholarships to graduating Central Lyon students or to the Central Lyon school district to assist with current needs, including the afore-mentioned CLSF Lion Grants.
Thank you for your support!
Central Lyon School Foundation, Inc.
Today we were able to learn more about school bus safety from one of our CL Transportation Directors, Jeremy. He talked to us about the rules on the school bus, the emergency exits, and how to help the bus driver in an emergency situation.
We then went through a practice evacuation drill out the back of the bus. Jeremy also reviewed the proper ways to approach, load, and unload the school bus safely.
When you make a trip to Room 106 you'll notice things look a little different from a traditional classroom. This year we have moved to flexible seating!
What is flexible seating?
Flexible seating is just what it sounds like. It is seating, that is flexible. Think of walking into a Starbucks and finding a seat that you want. It is just like that! Students are able to pick a seat that they feel will work best for them.
Flexible seating does not mean that students will roam the room all day. They are still responsible for quality work. It does not take away structure. Flexible seating gives students te opportunity to be comfortable where they are sitting. In turn, they are open to learning and listening. Students are still expected to follow the rules of the classroom.
Mrs. Schar and I applied for a Lion Grant through the Central Lyon Foundation to purchase flexible seating materials for our classrooms. We were awarded the grant and purchased ball chairs, scoop rockers, Ikea stools, lap desks, disk seats, and wobble stools. I was also given extra funds from the Central Lyon PTC to purchase a standing table. With all of the new options I kept a few traditional desks and chairs.
The students are enjoying the freedom to pick where their spots. Stop by Room 106 and find a seat that works for you!
The boys' GLR-CL cross country team repeated as 2017 Siouxland Conference Champions on Tuesday, October 10! The girls' team placed second, and eight individual runners earned all-conference honors by finishing in the top fifteen. Congrats to the athletes and coaches.
Boys All-Conference Runners:
1st - Gable Sieperda 15:59
2nd - Joe Anderson 17:02
4th - Blake Johnson 17:20
10th - Josh Haken 17:44
15th - Taeron Olson 17:58
Girls All-Conference Runners:
7th - MaKayla Witt 21:49
13th - Lauren Jurrens 22:25
14th - Sami Ebel 22:28
Based on the Oscar-winning DreamWorks Animation film, Shrek The Musical is a Tony Award-winning fairy tale adventure. Shrek brings all the beloved characters we know from the film to life on stage and proves there's more to the story than meets the ears.
"Once upon a time, there was a little ogre named Shrek...." And thus begins the tale of an unlikely hero who finds himself on a life-changing journey alongside a wisecracking Donkey and a feisty princess who resists her rescue. Throw in a short-tempered bad guy, a cookie with an attitude and over a dozen other fairy tale misfits, and you've got the kind of mess that calls for a real hero. Luckily, there's one on hand... and his name is Shrek.
Shrek presents a treasure trove of creative opportunities, including costumes, sets, puppets (there is a fire-breathing dragon after all) and more! Irreverently fun for the whole family, Shrek proves that beauty is truly in the eye of the ogre.
Our own Central Lyon production will feature Justus Poppinga as Shrek, Brady Wright as Donkey, Bergin DeBruin as Fiona and Zach Springer as Lord Farquaad. This is sure to be a hilarious production that is fun for the whole family!
Call the Central Lyon High School Office at 472-4051 to reserve tickets!
(Student activity passes are accepted)
Senior Citizens (65+)-$6
TK students and under-FREE
Directed by Ann Langholdt and Rochelle Ebel
Thursday, October 26 @ 7:30 P.M.
Saturday, October 28 @ 7:30 P.M.
Forster Auditorium/Tom Gaspar Stage
Central Lyon students are invited to join a campaign to help others in need. The goal is to raise funds that will directly benefit hurricane victims and schools affected by the recent hurricanes. Thanks to the student council and middle school tech students for organizing this!
There are three parts to the campaign: