Published on Friday, October 10 2014 11:17
By Tanya Daty
The Lyon's Elementary School's Jog-A-Thon tally is in and the results are astounding! This year's Jog-A-Thon raised $36,885.02 for LES, which is 160% more than our all-school goal of $22,500.00.
Published on Thursday, October 02 2014 12:15
Whether it’s a two or four-year college, a gap year, or a technical/vocational institute, choosing what to do after high school will be one of the biggest decisions a senior can make. Spend this month sifting through
Published on Friday, September 05 2014 15:54
By Joanne Barnard
Hello again and welcome to the second installment of Life 101 for the class of 2015; a series of ten articles that breaks down the senior year “to do” list into a task per month, in preparation for what lies beyond.
Published on Thursday, October 02 2014 11:02
By June Allan Corrigan
“Reprinted by permission of PTO Today”
A flood devastated the town of Lyons, Colorado, but PTO leaders at its elementary school kept going—earning the group the Judges’ Choice award in the 2014 Parent Group of the Year search.
Published on Thursday, August 28 2014 13:26
Last year’s team had a lot of grit to play their home games on a baseball field in neutral territory at Skyline High School. The Lady Lions are looking forward to playing at home on a regular size softball
Published on Thursday, September 11 2014 10:20
After the September 2013 floods in Colorado, the Lyons Community Montessori (LCM) school closed its doors. This was tragic news for the parents and children who were already fragile from their experiences with the flood and who simply wanted to get back into a normal routine. Seeing this need, a group of parents from LCM began working together to start a new Montessori-based preschool. Heartened by the community’s optimism and emboldened by the size of the task at hand, parents got to work.
Published on Thursday, August 14 2014 13:30
Welcome Class of 2015 to Life 101, a series of ten articles that divides the otherwise daunting process of preparing for life after high school into a the monthly “to do” list. There are a plethora of post high-school options. One path may get you loads of money, but you loath the very idea. Another option may be something