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Get your FFA apparel!

posted by webmaster@lshawks.org

Get your FFA apparel!  The FFA is offering an opportunity to order this years FFA shirts and sweatshirts!

Download the form here.
Orders Due By: December 20th by 3pm
Orders Due To: Brian Lowry 
Check Payable To: L-S FFA


Hawk Wrestling Apparel Order due Dec. 12 at 3:30 pm

posted Dec 7, 2018, 10:14 AM by Shane Ehresman

Here is your chance to get your L-S Hawks Wrestling apparel. 
Orders are due back to the High School or to Rachel Breeden by Wednesday, December 12th at 3:30 PM.  
You can get your order form by clicking here


Sign Up for L-S School Text Alerts for School Cancellations, Delays, and Early Outs Due to Inclement Weather

posted Oct 31, 2018, 9:54 PM by webmaster@lshawks.org

Be alerted on your cell phone by signing up to get free text messages from the Lynnville-Sully Community School District.  
Texting service hosted by Newton Daily News. 

The school will use the texting service for school delays, cancellations, or other school news.  

If you received the Newton Daily News texts last year, you don't need to sign up again.

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Employment Opportunities - Updated 12-06-18

posted Jul 31, 2018, 12:40 PM by webmaster@lshawks.org   [ updated Dec 6, 2018, 1:42 PM by Shane Ehresman ]

Contracted Staff Openings 

Special Education Bus Associate: The Lynnville-Sully Community School District seeks a special education bus associate. The associate will work directly with a special education student and the Lynnville-Sully bus driver. Start Date: December 17, 2018. Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday: 7:00 am – 9:00 am and 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm.  Hours on Wednesday: 7:00 am – 9:00 am and 12:15 pm – 2:15 pm. Hourly wage: $12.50 per hour. Application deadline: December 7, 2018.


Assistant High School Girls Track Coach - The Lynnville-Sully Community School District seeks an assistant high school track coach for the 2019 season (one year only - current coach on one year leave of absence). Candidates must have a valid coaching authorization or #101 Athletic Coach (K-12) endorsement.  Coaching Stipend: $1,919. Season begins February 11, 2019 and ends May 18, 2019. Application Deadline: OPEN UNTIL FILLED.

 

Part-Time High School Business Teacher - The Lynnville-Sully Community School District seeks a Part-Time Business Teacher for the 2018-2019. Teach classes every other day from 9:30 am - 3:00 pm. Start Date: Start of Second Semester on January 14, 2019. Candidates must be able or willing to obtain certification to teach high school business classes. Application deadline: OPEN UNTIL FILLED. 

 

Hourly Staff Openings

Part-Time Cafeteria Cook: The Lynnville-Sully Community School District seeks a part-time cafeteria cook. Monday–Friday, Hours: 8:00 am –1:30 pm. Start Date: Immediately. Hourly wage: $11.00 per hour. Application deadline: OPEN UNTIL FILLED.

  

Send a letter of interest, resume, and completed application to Shane Ehresman, Superintendent, Lynnville-Sully Community School District, PO Box 210, Sully, Iowa 50251. Application may be found on the school district web site: http://www.lshawks.org/  Electronic materials may be directed to: ehresman@lshawks.com

Lynnville-Sully achieves consecutive exceptional report card rankings (Hometown Press article)

posted Dec 22, 2017, 4:18 PM by webmaster@lshawks.org

The Iowa Department of Education released the latest results of the Iowa School Report Card, a web-based school ratings system, on Dec. 13 and again Lynnville-Sully Middle School and High School have received exceptional ratings.

L-S Middle School ranked number one for exceptional middle schools in Iowa for the second straight year. L-S Middle School tallied 73.5 points, ranking them ahead of the likes of Ankeny’s Southview Middle School, Pleasant Valley Middle School, Gilbert Middle School, and more placing in the top three percent of all Iowa middle schools.

“The middle school rating of exceptional is very encouraging for our students and school community. The students are asked to demonstrate their learning many different ways throughout the school year. Iowa Assessments is one of those opportunities, and I appreciate the way the students take pride in their academic performance,” said L-S PreK-8 Principal Teri Bowlin.

At the high school level, L-S tallied 75.1 points, earning an exceptional rating for the third consecutive year and placing in the top one percent of all Iowa high schools.

“The high school is very excited to be rated as exceptional for the third straight year. It is always great to be recognized as one of the top four high schools in the state,” said L-S High School Principal and Technology Director Shane Wheeler. “When the high school receives a rating like this, it is a reflection of how hard our students, parents, and district staff have worked to prepare our students to be successful. Even though we have an exceptional rating, our scores in certain areas show we still have room for improvement, and I know the staff will continue to work on how we can make a better educational experience for our students.”

Lynnville-Sully elementary found their previous rating of “commendable” downgraded to “needs improvement.” L-S elementary was among 28.6 percent of Iowa public schools who received a lower rating than last year. L-S PreK-8 Principal Teri Bowlin notes she and staff members began constructive dialogue last spring when Iowa Assessment scores came back lower than expected. Since then, L-S elementary classroom teachers, interventionists, and special education teachers have attended training, analyzed data, and selected class-wide intervention that meets the needs of students, and have focused professional development sessions on reading and math instruction.

“We have evaluated how we are using our curriculum materials to instruct students. Most recently, we are engaging in work to ensure teachers have assessment tools and strategies to continuously know how to adjust the pacing of their instruction and provide reteaching or additional support when necessary,” said Bowlin.

A partnership with Heartland AEA has been deemed valuable to students receiving special education services and intervention. Special education teachers and interventionists have evaluated the instruction provided to all special education students to make sure the instruction provided is a clear match for each individual student. Staff members also consult with Heartland AEA personnel each month to evaluate the progress and make instruction adjustments as necessary.

Bowlin shared with elementary staff members at a recent meeting, the Iowa Department of Education’s quote when interpreting overall ranking scores that in part states, “An overall school rating does not provide contextual information about a school nor does it make a conclusion about the quality of the staff or provide important information about ongoing work to raise student achievement. The report card should create a constructive dialog between educators, administrators, and parents about the work that is currently under way in the school to support all students in achieving their full potential.”

“I am very proud of all of our teachers, preK-12, and their devotion to our students,” said Bowlin. “We have a continuous improvement mindset and whether a building's ranking is exemplary or needs improvement, we are all looking for ways to better ourselves as educators to provide a high quality experience for our students and their families.”

The Iowa School Report Card was launched in 2015 as part of a state legislative requirement and rates public schools on measures of achievement including student proficiency rates in math and reading, student academic growth, narrowing achievement gaps among students, college and career readiness, student attendance, graduation rates, and staff retention. Based on each school’s performance over a two-year period, the report card assigns one of six ratings: Exceptional, high-performing, commendable, acceptable, needs improvement, and priority. The Iowa School Report Card is updated annually to reflect the most recent statewide student assessment results.

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