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LES Robotics attend FLL Robotics Competition
FLL Robotics 2017 Update This is the 2nd year Lyons has had two teams go to the Regional First Lego League competition. 2017 had three teams registered with 5 members on each team. Two of the teams elected to go to the regional competition in Fort Collins, The Hydras and The Brain Drops. They all […]
LES Pathfinders Lend a Helping Hand to Houston School in Need….
LES Pathfinders kicked off their leadership program with an opportunity to adopt a classroom in Houston that was greatly affected by Hurricane Harvey. Our Pathfinder kids gather many donated items that were needed by Houston students and sent them off last week. Pocket folders were a big hit!
Science and Leadership Late Start Program – October Snapshot
With 2 months under our belts, LES staff and volunteers are feeling positive about the new Science and Leadership Late Start Program. Students participate in Challenge, River, Garden, Team Work and Reflective Activities during Late Start days. This month, October, brought many more amazing learning opportunities. Follow this link to see October events: OCTOBER SCIENCE […]
Thanksgiving Feast- November 9th
The Annual Thanksgiving Feast will take place on November 9th, this year. Reservation forms were sent home last week and must be received with payment for guest lunches by November 2nd. FEAST SCHEDULE >>https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6XmqGufSVLsb2JDVG54V18zeWM/view?usp=sharing
We’ll do the MONSTER MASH!
With students surpassing the Jogathon goal to raise $25,000 – earning over $51,000 this year- LES will hold our Halloween Parade and MONSTER MASH on Tuesday, October 31st from 1:30-2:30 pm. LES parent and Mayama Dance Studio proprieter, Ali Kishiyama, will lead students to Halloween classics like Thriller and more. Parents are welcome to attend […]
LES Students raise over $51,000 at the Jogathon… Time for some PIE!
LES Students took a jog on the WILD SIDE, running laps, earning pledges and winning prizes at the Annual Jogathon. Students earned over $51,000 which will be used for field trips, classroom materials, AIR assemblies, Science and Leadership programming and MORE! Thank you to our Jogathon Committee members and the LES Community for planning and […]
LES Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary as a Green Star School!
LES Celebrates 10th Anniversary as a Green Star School…. 2017 marks the 10 Year Anniversary for Lyons Elementary as a Green Star School. We will celebrate this monumental event during the week of September 18th-22nd. The Boulder County Eco Cycle is bringing the Hawk Quest Program to LES on September 19th for an all school […]
Jogathon 2017-Take a Jog on the Wild Side
Jogathon 2017-Take a Jog on the Wild Side The LES Annual Jogathon is jogging to a safari beat this year. Students will run/walk on September 22nd to raise money for their school. Sponsored by the LES PTO, the Jogathon raises money for Field Trips, assemblies, classroom supplies, a new marquee, playground […]
LES Awarded John Irwin Schools of Excellence Award by CDE…
The John Irwin awards are given to schools that demonstrate exceptional academic achievement over time. These schools received an Exceeds Expectations rating on the Academic Achievement indicator of the School Performance Frameworks reflecting exceptional performance in Math, English Language Arts, and Science. Lyons Elementary School is honored to be a recipient for the 2015-16 school year […]
Buddy Bench …finding friends at Lyons Elementary
Kid’s don’t have to be lonely at recess anymore! Thanks to Ryan Graeden, Blue Mountain Stone and the LES PTO, a new “Buddy Bench” has been installed on the LES playground. The concept of this bench came to the US via a German school with now more than 2,000 benches installed at playgrounds all over […]
Take a Walk on the Wildside!….Jogathon 2017
The Lyons Elementary School PTO is sponsoring Jogathon 2017…”Take a Walk on the Wildside!” on September 22nd. This year marks the 22nd year of this fun-filled annual event, started by then PE teacher, Lonnie Jones. Students and families have a fun time running and walking laps to earn money for their school. Jogathon donations fund […]
Leaving a legacy at Lyons Elementary School
Ten-year-old Eden Irvin learned a lot in fifth grade and thanks to a year-end project there is a permanent reminder of her hard work in the entryway of Lyons Elementary School. A large, wooden book lies open at the front of the school and features carvings that represent lessons learned by Eden’s class throughout the school […]
LES Garden – Harvest!
The Lyons Elementary School Garden has really grown by leaps and bounds this year. With seedlings germinated under lights and planted by 1st grade students, the garden is producing tomatos, cucumbers, squash, basil, dill and peppers of all colors. Eco Club and 1st grade students have been harvesting for a couple weeks now, supplying our […]
LES Supply List for 2017-18
In an effort to streamline and reduce the amount of supplies purchased by Lyons Elementary School families, we are requesting some changes to the SVVSD Supply List. Please follow this link for the Lyons Elementary School Supply List addendum: SUPPLY LIST 2017-18
Summer Reading Program at the Lyons Regional Library
Summer Reading Program at the Lyons Regional Library Lyons Elementary will be partnering again this summer with the Lyons Regional Library on a Summer Reading Program for students Kindergarten through 12th grade. Copies of the reading logs are coming home in Thursday folders and will also be available on our website as well as at […]
5th grade Legacy Project
5th Grade Legacy Project… 2016-17 5th graders have chosen Dan Monhollen as the artist for a Legacy Project for LES, this year. Mr. Monhollen is an amazing wood carver who has designed a beautiful piece of work for LES. Students have collected donations and worked at Kid’s Night Out to raise money for this […]
Congressman Jared Polis Speaks with 4th graders
Congressman Jared Polis visisted Lyons Elementary School recently, presenting to 4th grade students and checking out his photo taken during the “Shine” project following the flood. The Congressman was so impressed with our students, he decided it should be an annual event!
Josh the Baby Otter – River Safety at LES
On May 8, 2016, two brothers Paul Foreman, 10 and Daniel Foreman, 7, drowned near their home in Pinewood Springs. In an effort to save lives, the family of these boys along with the Lyons Lions Club are bringing “Josh the Baby Otter” books by Blake Collingsworth to LES students. Students will be treated to […]
New Students Arriving at LES…..
Chicks and butterflies! Shine and Fluffy are the first two little chicks to make their way into Kindergarten classrooms with more peck, peck, pecking their way out every day. Meanwhile in First Grade classrooms, butterflies are emerging ready to take flight!