Bond Construction Update:
Did you know that our board approved the next phase of our 2020 voter-approved bond project? Our high school front office will begin a remodel project at the end of May. Thank you for your continued support of our school community. To read up on our current progress, please click here!
Lynnville-Sully Art Show
I would like to take a moment to recognize Mrs. Conover and our Art department here at Lynnville-Sully. One night a year, our community shows up in droves to check out all of the creative things that our students are doing in Art. There is something really special about seeing students smiling proudly as they show off creations to parents, friends, grandparents and other family members. Thank you to Mrs. Conover and all of the Art students for all of their hard work, dedication and time in putting on such a unique event!
Teens and social media use: What's the impact?
Are you thinking about taking a DMACC online course next year (FALL 2022)? Registration is NOW OPEN!! Follow the link for course registration: https://dmacc.link/OLCAReg.
You are only registering for Fall classes at this time. Also, the form says course choice-1, course choice-2, etc. Only register for the classes that you would like to take.
For a full list of DMACC online classes check out the Course List. Registrations must be submitted by 3:30pm on Thursday, May 26, 2022. Registrations will not be accepted after that date.
Elementary and Middle School
Calling all parents of 4 year-old students! Lynnville-Sully offers preschool instruction to all children who turn 4 years-old by September 15th. We are proud to partner with Inspirations Childcare and Preschool Center and Diamond Trail Children's Center to provide a high quality preschool experience for students and their families. If you have a child who would qualify or know of another family who may be interested in registering their child in our program for the 2022-23 school year, please contact PreK-8 Principal Teri Bowlin at (641) 594-4445 or email@example.com.
Mix it up lunch
Kindergarten through 5th grade students recently enjoyed a Mix It Up lunch as part of a school-wide celebration. Students were given the opportunity to sit by any student in their grade level while enjoying their lunch and listening to music. By the end of each lunch period, many students were showing off their vocal talents by singing along with the songs. Whether they were singing, dancing in their seats, or simply watching others, the cafeteria will filled with smiling kids who enjoyed the memorable lunch experience. The kids earned the reward by showing their Hawk BEST and earning blue tickets that were collected to reach the school-wide goal.
Special Olympics visit
Bryan Coffey and his teammate Dallas, from the Iowa Special Olympics traveled to L-S to work with L-S 6th graders. Bryan led the students through a series of activities in a classroom talking about inclusion and meaningful inclusion with people with disabilities, respect towards everyone, and shared information about the Iowa Special Olympics. From there Bryan and Dallas took the students to the gym to experience some games that were adapted for their athletes. Students had a chance to bowl using a ramp, play a little bocce ball (with a ramp), and tried to shoot some hoops in wheelchair basketball. The students had a fun experience trying these activities out. The morning ended with Bryan wrapping it up with a discussion about respecting everyone's differences.