BRLD WOLVERINE FIGHT SONG Wolverines, fight together They will guard and win for . . .
Veterans Day Program
On Veterans Day, November 11th, LDNE students and staff welcomed veterans, parents, grandparents and friends to the annual Veterans Day program. In spite of the very cold morning many people attended the program. FFA members greeted our . . .
The Junior Class Presents Prom 2014
Saturday April 12th, the junior class of LDNE hosted "The Fabulous 50's" for the senior class. Prom night began at 5:00 with juniors, seniors and their dates arriving at Logan Valley Manor. Each year students visit to share their . . .
With the smell of homemade chili in the air it was hard to resist coming to the first annual Chili Supper Cook Off Concert. This year was different compared to the past because this year we added a twist to just eating chili and having a . . .
Video Conferencing at Lyons-Decatur Northeast
Video Conferencing at Lyons-Decatur Northeast Through the magic of Video Conferencing technology students at Lyons-Decatur have been making contacts with people in several states and even foreign countries. The Video Conferencing . . .
Thanks for everything
Thanks Dave Armstrong for 7 years of driving students and staff where they needed to go. On Friday, January 31st, Dave retired from LDNE. He logged many miles taking students to their activities and bringing students to school; morning, noon . . .
Thanks to the National Guard
Thanks to Annie Kobza from the National Guard, last Wednesday LDNE students had an awesome workout through their inflatable "Boot Camp". All ages had the opportunity to participate in racing through tubes, climbing a wall and sliding to the . . .
Two hundred students sing
There were 8 girls from Lyons-Decatur Northeast high school choir went to Humphrey Public School, on November 11,2013 . They left at 10:30. It was very cold and snowy. It took about an hour and a half to get there. There were 17 high school . . .
The 2013 Elkhorn Valley Choral Clinic, was where 18 total schools came and sang located in Tilden Nebraska
For the 43rd annual Elkhorn Valley Choral Clinic, Junior High students from 17 different schools, sang songs that they had been practicing. This event took place in Tilden Nebraska. The Clinician was Mrs. Cleste Ditter. Lyons Decatur was one . . .
Featuring Tiempo Libre
The Sioux City Symphony held on Saturday, October 19th. Mr. John Mayo brought along ten music students who include: Jacob, Ryan, Amanda, Cassidy, Kassandra, Jesika, Emma, Amelia, Bow, and last but not least Jarret. The symphony took place at . . .
Q1 Honor Roll Distinction Miller, Heidi B (12), Riecken, Dakota E (12), Henneman, Chevy J (11), Anderson, Alec R (10), Collins, Tessie L (10), Haskell, Brianne K (10), Long, Martin A (10), Miller, Brent R (10), Vetick, Brock . . .
Pep Band Keeping It Rolling
PEP BAND! PEP BAND! PEP BAND! This magnificent group of people are keeping the Cougar spirit at its peek, with songs like My Sharona, Sweet Caroline, and Iron Man they are keeping it pumping. Pep Band is great to come see at every home game . . .
Junior Class Selling Cougar T-Shirts! Buy One Today! The theme for LDNE 2013 Homecoming Week is "Keep the Cougar Spirit Alive!". To raise money and school spirit, the Junior class is selling t-shirts. The juniors hope to have everyone wear . . .
Elementary Counts Down the End-of-the-Year
Elementary students will begin the countdown to the last day of school starting Wednesday, May 1st. We call our countdown...."May Madness". Each day of May marks a fun event for the kids to participate in. Click on the link below to . . .
Dr. Seuss’s 109th Birthday Celebration at the School Written by Sophomore Chevy Henneman Do you like green eggs and ham I do not like them, Sam-I-am. I do not like green eggs and ham -Dr. Seuss (Green Eggs and Ham) On Monday, March 2nd the . . .
Holiday Music for Holiday Cheer
Recently the Music Department held its annual Secondary Christmas Concert. The concert feature all the LDNE secondary music ensembles including the: High School Choir, High School Band, Jr. High Band, Jr. High Choir, Music . . .
East Husker Conference Choirs Can Sing!
Northeast Choir students participated in the 2011 East Husker Conference (EHC) Choral Clinic which took place at Wisner-Pilger High School. The clinic is one of the many annual EHC events. The event rotates schools in the conference . . .
Four Hundred Students, Sixteen Schools Sing for the Fun of It!
Students combined with sixteen other Nebraska Junior High Choirs to form a 400 student mass choir. 2011 is the forty-first consecutive choral clinic for Ellkhorn Valley. The Northeast Jr. High Chorus had the honor of representing . . .
Northeast Students Sing Their Way To Sioux City
Eight Northeast Choir students were nominated and participated in the 2011 Morningside College Choral Festival which took place in Sioux City, Iowa. Students had the chance to work with Morningside College music professors, sing in a . . .
A Celebration of Music in Crete
In its 18th year of existence, the Doane College Festival of Winds experienced its highest participation ever. The festival normally consists of two high school honor bands, but due to the high number of applicants a third band . . .
Nine Northeast Students Experience Nebraska's Finest
Once again the Northeast Music Department was on the move! This time the destination was Millard South High School in Omaha, Nebraska. The 2011 Nebraska State Marching Competition took place there. The competition . . .
Elementary Honor Band Brings Music To Students Ears
Eighteen 5th and 6th graders proudly represented Lyons-Decatur Northeast at the Third Annual Neligh-Oakdale Honor Band which took place in Neligh, Nebraska. Students had to be nominated by their band director in order to participate. . . .
LDNE Welcomes Wayne State College Music Professors
Lyons-Decatur Northeast had the proud honor of hosting clinicians Dr. David Bohnert, Dr. Elise Hepworth and Mr. Josh Calkin. All of the guests are Wayne State Music professors. Over two separate days the clinicians worked . . .
Irish Vocalists Visit the Sioux City Symphony
What do 5 northeast students, the Orpheum Theater, Ireland and world class musicians have in common? Last weekend, several Lyons-Decatur Northeast students ventured to Iowa to enjoy the Sioux City Symphony with special guests The Celtic . . .
Northeast Jr. High Music Students Participate in Music Festival
For the first time the Lyons-Decatur Northeast Jr. High Music Department participated in the Wayne State College Middle School Music Festival. The annual festival is held to give middle school students the opportunity to display . . .
Middle School Students Represent LDNE at Honor Band
Several music students had the opportunity to represent their school at the 2011 York Middle School Honor Band Festival. The festival included nearly 400 students in four different band from 21 Nebraska schools. In order to . . .
Learning Cooperation, Communication & Conviction Through The Omaha Symphony
Recently Dorothy Connealy (Lyons-Decatur Northeast Elementary Music Teacher) took fifth and sixth grade students to the Durham Concerts For Youth Series. Students enjoyed a different kind of school day by attending the special . . .
LDNE Students Participate in Crete, Nebraska Honor Bands
Last week Doane College hosted the 2010 Festival of Winds. The Doane Festival of Winds, a.k.a Doane Honor Band, is held on the campus of Doane College in Crete, Nebraska. Nearly 400 students from over 60 schools around . . .
West Point Here We Come!
The LDNE high school chorus participated in the 2010 East Husker Conference Choral Clinic. The Choral Clinic, which was held at West Point Public, features LDNE, Oakland-Craig, West Point, Logan View, Stanton, North Bend, Wisner-Pilger, . . .
An Outstanding Jazz Ensemble Leaves Its Mark On LDNE Courtesy of the United States Air Force
NOTABLES Last week the famous "mini-Big Band" landed at Lyons-Decatur Northeast High School. The Notables is jazz ensemble that is one of the numerous ensembles that make up the Heartland of America Band out of Offutt Air Force Band . . .
Daniel Bridges Pays a Visit to the Music App. Crew
Recently Daniel Bridges visited the Music Appreciation Class. Daniel Bridges is the Lyons-Mirror Sun Editor and local musician. Mr. Bridges talked with students about how some of his first experiences with music and playing the . . .
Music App. Class Goes to the National Music Museum
Recently the LDNE Music Appreciation class made the trip up north to the National Music Museum in Vermillion, South Dakota. The students took the “Magical Mystery Tour” which guided students through instruments that influenced popular . . .
The National Anthem is a symbol of strength, pride, history, and unity. Generation after generation of Americans have grown up with the anthem ingrained in their memories and hearts. It is an honor to be able to perform the . . .
A Fun Night of Instrumental Music and the North Pole Radio
Nothing is more endearing during holidays than elementary students playing and singing their hearts out. The Elementary Music Christmas Concert was no exception. The elementary bands showed much holiday cheer with . . .
Students Learn to Appreciate the Guitar
The bell rings and students rush into Mr. Mayo's office to grab their guitars, but where are they going? The guitars are gone and the classroom is nearly empty. What could be going on? Then you hear it. Doh-ing. . . .