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Both teams will travel to Sterling for the Sterling Invitational Tournament.
The Lady Lions will play in the championship game tonight against Sterling at 7:15 p.m.
The boys team will play Hutch Trinity at 4:45 p.m. for 5th place. Boy's games are played at Sterling College.
Best of luck to Dakota Nave and Rachel Minix who have been chosen to represent our teams in the 3-point contest to be held prior to their teams games each night.
This is a double elimination tournament. Brackets can be seen at Sterling Invitational Tournament. Go Lions!!!!
Check It Out! This week's video from the Video Production Class.
Bill Cordes Returns
The Lyons High School student body is in for an exciting afternoon on Wednesday, Jan. 21 as they will be working with motivational speaker Bill Cordes.
For the past 20+years, Bill Cordes has been teaching teachers, teens, college students and business professionals better ways to live their days. He is best known as “The YOGOWYPI Guy” because of his unique presentation style.
“The YOGOWYPI Experience” is a unique blend of stories, humor, audience interaction, and powerful messages. These get participants involved and READ MORE at Lyons Pride Newsletter
The LHS Wrestling team came out on top hosting their annual dual versus Saint John's Military and Smoky Valley. Their next meet will be Saturday at Council Grove.
Lyons High Ranked 15th Best Public High School in Kansas by Niche Site
According to the Niche website, “Best Public High Schools ranks 14,431 high schools based on dozens of key statistics and 4.6 million opinions from 280,000 students and parents. Lyons High was awarded a top ranking with As in the areas of Academics Grade, Health & Safety Grade and Student Culture & Diversity Grade. A high ranking indicates that the school is an exceptional academic institution with a diverse set of high-achieving students who rate their experience very highly.” Founded in 2002 by Carnegie Mellon University students, the site reports it has grown into on the largest content startups in the country. By providing reviews and insight from everyday experts, they make choosing a neighborhood, college, or K-12 school a more transparent process. The organization included Academics, Health & Safety, Student Culture & Diversity, Teachers, Resources & Facilities, Survey Responses, Extracurricular & Activities, Sports & Fitness, Graduation rate, State Assessment Results, etc. for ranking consideration.
A Reminder For Guests:
As an added safety feature, access control doors have been added to our schools. All doors will be locked during school hours and visitors are asked to enter the building through the front doors. After pushing the entrance button, located by the south front door, visitors will be asked to identify themselves and reason for the visit. All guests must register in the office and wear a visitors badge for the duration of their stay.
Rice County Coalition for Children and Families will offer active parenting classes at their location. Meetings will be held at the Rice County Plaza Building, 217 East Avenue North in Lyons. Classes can be condensed into a one day session, held on Saturday, January 31st or over 6 consecutive Tuesday evenings starting February 3rd. A light meal will be provided for all participants. Contact Laurie at (620) 282-0328 for more meeting information or to schedule a session for your group at your location.
Check it out! Presentations from the LHS Video Production Class on our LIONS In Lyons Day with a large contribution from Mrs. Folck and her Art students. Great job students!
STUCO officers and class representatives for 2014-2015:
President - Lauren Barker
Vice President - Matthew Konda
Secretary - Kayla Reid
Treasurer - Megan Duntz
Class Rep - Seniors: Abbie Miller, Beth Miller, Rachel Minix, and Jonathan Ortiz
Class Rep - Juniors: Stephanie Gomez, Jadyn Snyder, Mallory Vesper, and Jessica Winford
Class Rep - Sophomores: Tyler Edwards, Lesly Jaime, GiGi Mendez, and Jessikah Smith
Class Rep - Freshmen: Kassidy Clarke, Bailey Hollinger, Tayla Link, and Manuel Moreno
The Student Council advisor is Zack Vogel
Thank you for your commitment to LHS!