Quick Links
Skip to main contentSkip to navigation

Lyons-Decatur Northeast

District

Working...

Ajax Loading Image

 

District Demographics

SCHOOL DISTRICT

 

Demographic

            Lyons-Decatur Northeast is classified as a Class III accredited school by the Nebraska State Department of Education. The school district is comprised of 143.0 square miles with Burt County having 115.7 square miles, Cuming 3.2, and Thurston 24.1.  There is one educational center at Lyons providing instruction in grades Pre K-6 and 7-12.

 

     The Nebraska School Activities Association has classified Northeast as a D-1 high school for participation in state sponsored extra-curricular activities. We are a member of the East Husker Conference, which includes the following schools: Logan View, North Bend, Oakland-Craig, Pender, Scribner-Snyder, Stanton, Tekamah-Herman, West Point, and Wisner-Pilger.

                                       State Average     District Average

Students receiving:

 Free and reduced meals      42.6%                    43%

Special Education                 15.2%                 23.1%

English Language Learners  6.7%                        0%

Mobility rate                           12.2%                 16.6%

Attendance                            95.2%                   94.9%

__

 

Facilities

     Main building constructed in 1907

       Additions in 1930, 1950, 1963, 1978, 1996

    

Financial

     2010-11 affiliated levy…….$1.046769 per $100 valuation

     Per pupil cost 2010-11……………………...$16,075 ADM

     Total 2010-11 Budget……………………………$4,590,000

     Expenditures:

                        Instruction…………………………………49%

                        Support Services      ……………………  17%

                        Operations/Maintenance………………….9%

                       Transportation………………………………3%

                        State/Federal/Adult Ed    …………………8%

                        Cash Reserve     …………………………14%

 

     Revenues:

                    Cash Balance                        …………      28%

                    Local/County………………………………….3%

                     State             . …………………………         8%

                    Federal      …………………………               5%

                    Property Taxes                    ……………      56%

 

 

 

 

Target Goals

“Empower all students to achieve”

We Believe…

…All people have strengths.

…all people can lean.

…education must adapt to societal needs.

…learning is a lifelong process.

…all people benefit from a safe, positive, and respectful environment.

…education is a cooperative responsibility of students, families, school and community.

…all people need to develop foundational skill.

 

We challenge you to excel academically and prepare yourself for the future.  We encourage you to participate in our activity program to grow physically, emotionally, and socially.  Your success at L-DN lies in your effort and involvement, you will be faced with challenges, experience success and encounter setbacks.  In each instance you will learn valuable lessons for life.  You will be challenged to set your goals, make a commitment, and work hard to achieve.  The faculty and administration are all here to encourage and assist all students.  In everything you do, do your best.

 

     Northeast is involved in an ongoing school improvement program review of the targeted goals by a local/external team. The school is continually coordinating state standards with the curriculum and statewide assessment of reading and writing.

 

 Curriculum

     Curriculum is evaluated and updated annually by school staff.

     Individual Education Programs (IEP) are developed and written by parents and teachers for all students verified in Special Education Programs.  Curriculum and learning is assessed in classrooms utilizing NeSA,and MAPs testing and the district also is involved in an Accelerated Reading Program.

 

Faculty

     Number of professional staff…………………………………..24.78

     Professional staff with a Master's Degree…………………………8

     Professional staff with hours past a Bachelor'sDegree……..14.78

     Professional staff with a Bachelor’s Degree………………………2

     Average years of experience in this system…………………14.07

     Number of teaching days…………………………………………176

     Number of professional development days………………………9

     Average salary………………………………  $44,370

 

      Teachers are evaluated at least one time each year using the written evaluation plan and procedure approved by the Board.  All probationary teachers are evaluated once each semester for three years.