A few teachers from Central Lyon Elementary spent four days this summer at a reading conference learning about a balanced literacy approach to teaching reading. The K-4 teachers who attended are pictured with Jill Eggleton, who is an educational consultant in literacy from New Zealand.
May term is a collection of high school classes that are offered during the last four weeks of the school year. High school students have a chance to explore new areas and give back to the community through service learning. Middle School students get to experience new exploratory classes and special field trips.
Please check your student's time!
The summer band lesson schedule is out and all students have been given a reminder with their day and time for their lessons. If you would like to check the schedule for your student's time, it is available below. This year, we had an overwhelming amount of students register for summer lessons. This is due to the increase in size in our young bands. It's a wonderful problem to have, . . .
In Tech Ed 7 & Social Studies students at Central Lyon developed short videos depicting all the great places to visit in Iowa. The Great Iowa Dream Vacation will entice the most reluctant traveler to visit Iowa. Please click on the links to view the video. 2016 Great Iowa Dream Vacation by Emma, Paige, McKenzie 2016 Great Iowa Dream Vacation by Isabelle, Melissa, Keanna, and Breeanna 2016 . . .
This morning we were invited into Mrs. Snyders' classroom to learn more about veterans. The children were greeted by Lee Klosterbuer, Robert Klosterbuer, Albert VanHolland, Alvin Lange, Don Fastert, and John Pudwill. The children read the Veterans Day poem that Mrs. Snyders' class read in November at the HS assembly. Each of the veterans introduced themselves and shared some of . . .
We The Lions is a compilation of historical information of interest to the community of Central Lyon and its alumni. Prior to We . . .
20 Awards in 2015
The Central Lyon Foundation funds Lion Grants, a program that encourages exceptional ideas that will improve the educational . . .