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BRLD Basketball vs. Wakefield has been rescheduled for Thursday, January 19th, starting time 4:30 PM.

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    1st Semester Honor Roll

    LDN S1 Honor Roll - 2016-2017 S1

    Student Name

    Grade

    Level

    Thomas Fuston

    12

    Distinction

    Montana Riecken

    12

    Distinction

    Amelia Schlichting

    12

    Distinction

    Bren Shatto

    12

    Distinction

    Brock Vetick

    12

    Distinction

    Kelly Wakeley

    12

    Distinction

    Amanda Alford

    11

    Distinction

    Sophia Henneman

    11

    Distinction

    Cassidy Mentink

    11

    Distinction

    Cassidy Farrens

    10

    Distinction

    Reid Preston

    10

    Distinction

    Devin Hegge

    9

    Distinction

    Brennan Ferguson

    8

    Distinction

    Zachary Hegge

    8

    Distinction

    Derek Petersen

    8

    Distinction

    Elise Anderson

    7

    Distinction

    Arianne Brokaw

    7

    Distinction

    Samantha Chavira-Prieto

    7

    Distinction

    Lucas Ronnfeldt

    7

    Distinction

    Lexie Bacon

    12

    A-B Honor Roll

    Cole Christoffersen

    12

    A-B Honor Roll

    Cierra French

    12

    A-B Honor Roll

    Joseph O’Connor

    12

    A-B Honor Roll

    Kassandra Prieto-Garcia

    11

    A-B Honor Roll

    Madison Tompkins

    11

    A-B Honor Roll

    Dustin Burgett

    10

    A-B Honor Roll

    Nicholas Ronnfeldt

    10

    A-B Honor Roll

    Brandi Simonsen

    10

    A-B Honor Roll

    Brayden Anderson

    9

    A-B Honor Roll

    Kisha Kraft

    9

    A-B Honor Roll

    Ella Whitaker

    9

    A-B Honor Roll

    Wyatt Millburg

    8

    A-B Honor Roll

    Heather Tomka

    8

    A-B Honor Roll

    Juliana Anderson

    7

    A-B Honor Roll

    Tori Shatto

    7

    A-B Honor Roll

    Jaden Whitaker

    7

    A-B Honor Roll

    Destanie French

    11

    B Honor Roll

    Seth Totten

    10

    B Honor Roll

    Arizona Riecken

    9

    B Honor Roll

    Mason Lami

    8

    B Honor Roll

     

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    Book Fair

     

    The Scholastic Book Fair is coming to LDNE!

     

    Reading for pleasure unlocks the power of information and imagination and helps children discover who they are. Here’s what you can do to help children develop stronger reading skills and a love

    for reading:

     

    • Set the example. Let children see you read.
    • Have a collection of books in your home. Update this collection routinely to keep pace

    with changing tastes and reading skills.

    • Support our school’s Book Fair. Allow your children to choose their own books

    to read.

     

    Our Scholastic Book Fair is a reading event that brings the books kids want to read right into our school. It’s a wonderful selection of engaging and affordable books for every reading level. Please make plans to visit our Book Fair and be involved in shaping your child’s reading habits.

    Book Fair date: Monday, February 27, 2017

    Shopping hours: 5:30-7:30 pm

     

    If you are unable to attend the Fair in person, we invite you to visit our online Book Fair at www.scholastic.com/bf/ldne. Our Online Fair is available from February 19th to March 11th.

     

    We look forward to seeing you and your family at our Book Fair! Remember, all purchases benefit our school.

     

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    Buckets!

    Buckets! Written by freshman, Brayden Anderson Every day after school, the boys get changed and grab their shoes and jerseys. Do you know why? Because it’s basketball season!!!! The junior high basketball team is coached by head coach Bruce Knaak and assistant coach Steve Hosch. The team from Lyons Decatur is made up of four 7th graders: Luke, Jaden Theodore, and AJ. Then the seven 8th graders: Brennan, Derek, Zach Rusty, Daniel, Mason, and Kenny. They have all practiced and worked hard. All of them have had fun doing drills and getting better at their basketball skills. I interviewed player Brennan Ferguson To get some insight on the team. My first question was How do you think the team has done in these first games?. His reply was, “Great. We all have worked together to get better every day.” Next I asked What has been your favorite part of the season so far? He commented, “Winning the BRLD tournament because we showed character in that tournament.” My final question was How do you think the team can improve by the end of the season? Brennan said, “We can just work harder and grow together as a team.” The 8th grade team is undefeated and the 7th graders have three losses to West Point, GACC, and Winnebago. Both teams have two games left. They are on the road to Walthill and Omaha Nation. I think the team has done well this year. They have shown growth and development throughout the year. Everyone has done their best and helped the team out. That’s the beauty in sports. Nobody can do it by themselves and everyone can make the team better. The team is better with you and you are better with the team.

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    Christmas Thoughts from the First Grade

    Kenley Brink- that I can spend time with my family

     

    Izzy Christenson- Santa coming

     

    Kashton Dunn- sitting on Santa's lap

     

    Dakota Galloway- Jesus's birthday

     

    Brylee Hayes- Santa bringing presents and flying through the sky saying HoHoHo

     

    Hunter Jensen- I think of Legos

     

    Maizielyn Josephsen- spending time with my family

     

    Kellyn Knaak- the birth of Jesus

     

    Kingston Larson- being nice

     

    Landon Olson- I wish for 100 toys

     

    Randall Phelps- getting Christmas toys

     

    Jalynn Redding- I am going to have fun

     

    Jaylynn Simonsen- I want Santa to bring me fuzzy boots and tennis shoes

     

    Kaylee Tomka- to be nice to everyone

     

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