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 . . .
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 . . .
I would like to nominate 3 students for Elementary Student of the Week - Arianne Brokaw, Jaden Whitaker, and Luke Ronnfeldt. All three (as well as Brennan Ferguson in 7th grade - he gets an honorable mention since I don't have Secondary Student of the Week) were willing to give up an evening and come and help work at the book fair. They helped with setting everything up, keeping the books organized on the displays, restocking . . .
“FROZEN IN TIME” WAS THE THEME FOR PROM 2016 AT LYONS-DECATUR NORTHEAST SCHOOL.
8 events qualify for nationals, State Star Earned
Thirty-Two Lyons-Decatur Northeast FFA members participated in the 88 th Nebraska State FFA Convention, learning, growing and competing. Throughout the convention titled “Amplify,” members heard from exciting keynote speakers, participated in educational workshops, and competed against members from across the state in Career Development Events and Leadership . . .
BELOW SHOWS THE SCHOOL RECORDS FOR GIRLS VOLLEYBALL. THESE ARE KNOWN TO THE BEST OF OUR ABILITIES. IF SOMEONE HAS PROOF OF A . . .
USDA Nondiscrimination Statement In accordance with Federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights . . .
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