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EHC: LDNE Boys Basketball Friday Feb. 5 vs. North Bend at 6:00 PM in North Bend.

Students of the Week

Ava Schmid, first grade, has been chosen Scholar of the Week. Every morning Ava has come to school with a smile on her face. She has followed my expectations and isn't afraid to try something new. She has a positive attitude with a bubbly personality. Ava is an enjoyable student to have in class. By Mrs. Brovont Landon Springer: Landon has done a good job of staying on top of his homework. He has put in a lot . . . read more

Feb 5, 2016

What's Happening in the World of Science

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Brent Miller, Tyler Hardeman, Brock Vetick, Thomas Fuston, Jon Christiansen

What’s Happening in the World of Science   These students in Mr. Timm’s Science Inquiry class, are calibrating a digital microscope.  Brock Vetick is using three different microscopes/cameras for his research project on the proper methods of applying probiotic bacteria to corn for encouraging . . . read more

Jan 28, 2016

5TH GRADE SNOW DAY!

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5 TH GRADE GETS A SNOW DAY! read more

Jan 21, 2016

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 . . .

Feb 3, 2016

Lyons-Decatur Northeast 400 South 5th PO Box 526

Lyons, NE  68038 402.687.2363 Fax: 402.687.2472

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