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  • [CLOSED] Lyons Central School District Parent & Community Survey

    Lyons Central School District is developing a new long-range strategic plan that will set goals and guide management strategies over the next several years. A good planning process requires the district’s current strengths and weaknesses to be assessed. This survey allows you to provide input to the District’s Strategic Planning Committee regarding those individual strengths and weaknesses. The survey should take about 15 to 20 minutes to complete. We appreciate your honesty in these responses.

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  • Lyons Central School District adds UPK opportunities amidst end-of-summer staffing uncertainty

    The last week of summer vacation is typically anything but restful, with back to school shopping trips, final family activities, and adjusting schedules on everyone’s plates. While school administrators and staff are very used to facing various challenges during the final week of summer, the Lyons Central School District team had to act particularly fast when they were notified on the evening of August 31 that some UPK students would be without a classroom this fall.

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  • Little paws, big impact: Teacher Tara Kesel and Service Dog Lyons leave their mark on LCSD, honored with 2021-22 Yearbook Dedication

    In the 19 years she’s been a teacher at Lyons Central School District, Tara Kesel has had six different four-legged friends follow her around in her social studies classes. Most recently, it’s been Lyons — a black Labrador Retriever — who has been turning heads and stealing hearts in her classroom. He’s the latest puppy to come through the school with Mrs. Kesel as she trains him for Guiding Eyes for the Blind. 

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  • Break a Leg! Curtain Call theater program hosts summer fun at Lyons for students across region

    There’s one key rule at Lyons Curtain Call: You have to have fun. Founded almost 30 years ago, the summer musical theater program has always been centered around exploration and development of creative artistic skills — with an emphasis on building confidence and self-esteem no matter what a student’s skill level might be, said Mark Wlodarczyk, co-founder and program director.

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  • School meals are free for 2022-23 school year

    All students enrolled at Lyons Elementary or Lyons MS/HS are eligible to receive a healthy breakfast and lunch at school at no charge each day of the 2022-2023 school year. No further action is required of families. Students will be able to participate in the meal program without having to pay a fee or submit an application.

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