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Black & Gold Day
S.O.A.R. Mentor Brings Celebratory Cake
Lyon Elementary School S.O.A.R. mentor Peter Barsczeski with Northshore Kiwanis brought the children a celebratory cake commemorating the 50th Birthday of Lyon Elementary School. Pictured from left to right (back row) are Judy Bruce, Barbara Oakes, Debbie Bollinger, Earl Bollinger, Suzanne Caver, Judy Gracia, Peter Barsczeski, Susan Perry, and Glenda Houidobre. (front row) are students Medari, Kara, Talin, Kaeden, Natalie, Garrett, Haylee, Jakeyla, Dominick, and Darielle. (holding the cake) Principal Jeanine Barnes
Caden Lagarrigue and Priscilla Nelson in Claire Sharp's first grade class practice their reading each day in a small group with the teacher.
St. Paul's Student Volunteers Work with Students
St. Paul’s student, Daniel DiPol, works on a reading computer program with Jaxon Perkins, a kindergartener at Lyon Elementary School. Every day, 25 students from St. Paul’s High School volunteer at Lyon in Pre-K-3rd grade classes.
Peter Barsczeski, a volunteer with Lyon Elementary School’s SOAR program, works with 3rd grader, Angelina Hallner. The SOAR program, Student Opportunity for Advanced Reading, is a new program that works with students to enrich their learning and accelerate their potential.
"Must Do" Activities
During the class Reading "must do" activities, Transitional First Grade students Cassady Morse and Emma Turco are reading a passage and answering text dependent questions.