Summer 2022 Construction Updates
HS Main Entrance closed indefinitely
Beginning June 1, the HS Main Entrance will be under construction. This means that the main entrance to the HS building will be closed and not available for use by students, staff or the general public.
A temporary front entrance and main office will be set up and accessible on the west side of the building (see map above).
Upon entering the west doors, all traffic should continue to room 205 (immediately to your right) during business hours.
Student parking in the gravel lot on the east side of the building will continue to be available, as well as general parking on the southwest corner of the HS building.
Please note that the main entrance (near the digital sign) will be blocked off beginning June 1. All traffic must utilize the far east (bus barn) or the far west (Casey's) entrances until further notice.
High School iPad turn in
HS Students and Families,
Please be aware that iPads need to be turned in before students leave for the summer.
When turning in iPads, please see the graphic to the left for instructions on what needs to be turned in.
If you have questions please contact the main office at 641-594-4445
Elementary and Middle School
L-S K-5 students far exceeded the 2022 Walk-a-thon goal of raising $14,000 by bringing in $20,910. Since the event was held on May 6th, donations have continued to roll in totaling over $21,000. Because the goal was met, twelve students had their names drawn to help turn Mrs. Bowlin into a human ice cream sundae. The students were equipped with a variety of toppings and enjoyed their part in the transformation. To wrap up the event, students enjoyed walking/running around the track and participating in fun obstacles during their laps. Thank you to the Lynnville-Sully Community Education Foundation for leading such a memorable fundraising opportunity!
On May 5th, Hawk supporters filled the high school gym and were blessed with a wonderful musical performance by our 3rd through 6th grade students, under the direction of Mrs. Francesca Richter. The students have spent countless hours learning their lines, song lyrics, and dance moves. In addition, our sixth graders took on the responsibility of running the sound and lights along with designing props and costumes for the production. It was an impressive group effort with several students taking on leadership responsibilities. The future looks bright for the L-S Fine Arts Department!
Our fifth grade students recently completed D.A.R.E. and celebrated with a graduation ceremony. For the past few months, Jasper County Sheriff's Department Deputies who are certified D.A.R.E instructors led the students through important conversations to help them make healthy and safe choices.
Some of the discussion topics included the D.A.R.E Decision Making Model, effective communication, resistance strategies, signs of stress, and responding to pressure. Congratulations to our fifth graders for completing this valuable program and for the Jasper County Sherriff's Department for their partnership and support of our students!
K-5 Hawk Best celebration
All year, the K-5 students and staff have been striving to show their Hawk BEST. Staff recognize those students who are meeting those expectations through positive feedback coupled with a blue ticket. Just recently, the students were able to fill the ENTIRE bucket with blue tickets. To celebrate the students took part in a glow party with music, drawings for individual and class prizes, and an extra long recess with a fun treat. In addition, each classroom teacher selected a student to recognize for consistently displaying their Hawk BEST all year. Way to go students for exceeding our goals and making such great choices!