Today, 1st grade got together & had a Gratitude celebration for November SEL. Each teacher chose 2 students from their class for the award. Although we had many students who showed gratitude in 1st grade, these 6 students were the most deserving of the recognition!
The LCSD Fitness Center will re-open 12/4, free of charge to district residents! Open Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays from 5-7 pm. Come try out all of the new state-of-the-art equipment that has been installed! More info: https://www.lyndonvillecsd.org/article/1360490
Mrs. Dumond’s class is learning customer service, money skills and food service skills with their new coffee cart for the staff. They are doing a fantastic job!
The Thanksgiving celebration in Pre-K was full of turkey hats, and sweet, salty and sour taste-testing!
The Senior Play "Crab Cakes & Murder" was performed for some students on Wednesday and for the public on Thursday. Did you figure out whodunnit before the big reveal?
All report cards for MP1 have been posted to the portal for students in grades 3-12. Hard copies have also been mailed home to students in grades 7-12.
This year's Sr. Play, "Crab Cakes & Murder", will be performed live tomorrow night, Thursday, November 16th @ 7 p.m. in the Stroyan Auditorium. Admission to this amazing show is only $3 per person. This one hour show is fun for the whole family!
Congratulations to Justin Higgins, Hannah Songer, Jack Nesbit, Austin Gardner for their induction into the National Technical Honor Society. You make us so PROUD🧡🖤🧡
Find out how the 2023-24 school year began at Lyndonville CSD this year by reading the Fall 2023 Applegram: https://5il.co/28yei
Kindergarteners sending out a big thank you to our veterans today!
We'd like to recognize our amazing School Psychologist Penny Barry this week!
Congratulations to these second graders who earned October's Character Trait award for Respect. Way to go, girls!
Lyndonville's youngest tigers in Pre-K were visited by the Three Little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf this year on 10/31. Each group read the story in class the week before, and then their teachers ensured the story came alive!
First grade gathered together to have a Respectful celebration for October SEL. Each teacher chose two students from their class for the award. Although we had many Respectful students in 1st grade, these 6 students were the most deserving of recognition!
Spanish students have done a lot to introduce the Mexican cultural tradition to LCSD. If you would like to learn more, visit the display the Spanish Club & Art Dept. have created. We are so grateful to the school & to all those who made the Spanish trip & activities possible!
Spanish 2-4 students ate a delicious meal from Medina's Burger King. They earned the free meal by choosing to continue studying in the advanced levels of Spanish. They also stopped by Monte Alban in Medina and participated in an authentic shopping experience!
Día de los Muertos is here!. Spanish 2-4 students attended an amazing educational Day of the Dead event at the Medina YMCA. They heard from local community members and learned the importance of various elements of the holiday.
Thanks to a donation from Hartway's Farms in Medina, our first graders were able to pick out the perfect pumpkin and do some fun learning activities with them! We also shared them with other students and teachers!
Students may have come to school yesterday dressed as their alternative selves, but they were all business as they settled down to work in classrooms and learning spaces.