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Students of the Week

Kwyntin Kampa is the 1st grade student of the week. He comes to school ready to learn giving 100% in all subjects. He follows my expectations and isn't afraid to try new skills. Kwyntin has been a great role model for his classmates and is an enjoyable student to have in class . By Mrs. Brovont     We want to recognize the 2016 FFA State Champions: Alec Anderson, Brent Miller, Abby Peterson, Brock Vetick, . . .

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"The Lady Pirates of Captain Bree"

LDNE SPRING PLAY Play Name: The Lady Pirates of Captain Bree      Director: Mrs. Mace Date: Friday, May 6, 2016 at 7PM & Saturday, May 7 th at 2PM Ticket Prices: $5 for adults       $3 for students/children This year's spring play performed by the LDNE Drama Department is “The Lady Pirates of Captain Bree” written by Martin A. Follose. “The Lady . . .

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Students Compete at Science

Students Compete at Science Fair Four win awards, two move on to state competition By Jamie Horter, Lyons Mirror-Sun Lyons-Decatur students presented their scientific work at the Nebraska Junior Academies of Science. Four received awards, with two moving on to the upcoming state competition.  Jon Christiansen and Tommy Fuston received red ribbons for each of their projects. “They did an excellent . . .

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LYONS-DECATUR VOLLEYBALL RECORDS

BELOW SHOWS THE SCHOOL RECORDS FOR GIRLS VOLLEYBALL.  THESE ARE KNOWN TO THE BEST OF OUR ABILITIES.  IF SOMEONE HAS PROOF OF A . . .

Feb 28, 2014

Nondiscrimination Policy

USDA Nondiscrimination Statement In accordance with Federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights . . .

Aug 27, 2015

Lyons-Decatur Northeast Newsletters

  Feb March 2014 2012 - 2013 Annual Report Card April May 2014 Newsletter Aug/Sept 2014 Oct/Nov 2014 . . .

Mar 31, 2016

Lyons-Decatur Northeast 400 South 5th PO Box 526

Lyons, NE  68038 402.687.2363 Fax: 402.687.2472

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