Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Welcome to Lyman Elementary
Lyman Elementary School serves 508 students, kindergarten to sixth grade, through 66 dedicated faculty members. It offers its students a state of the art learning environment with Internet access in all classrooms so all students can become part of the global society. Most classrooms have four computers for students to use during the school day. Students have access to a fully automated library and media center as well. A variety of educational programs such as after-school tutoring, Enrichment courses, and online curricula provide students with a wealth of opportunity to excel and achieve. Each teacher can better meet student needs as well with data warehousing resources developed by district personnel. These resources allow teachers to profile the past performance of a student and better meet the specific needs of the individual student.

ADMINISTRATION

Beth Moran, Principal

Dr. Tenisha Temple, Assistant Principal

Jeannie VanAlstyne, Instructional Literacy Coach

BELL SCHEDULE

7:00 FIRST BELL

7:30 TARDY BELL

2:20 WALKERS & CAR RIDERS DISMISSAL

2:25 BUS DISMISSAL

2:30 CHECK OUT DISMISSAL

LYMAN ELEMENTARY NEWS

Mr. Henry Arledge along with the School Board recognized Lyman Elementary for their Performance Rating.

 


Mrs. Midget and Mrs. Young, gifted teachers from Lyman, were awarded a grant from the Naval Research Lab for the SeaPerch Underwater Robotics Program.  Mr. David is the SeaPerch Coordinator from NASA will work in the gifted classroom once a week for the next six to eight weeks. Students will build, from scratch, a water robot, test the robot and compete in a local challenge.

SeaPerch is a fun and challenging way to Integrate STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) into the gifted curriculum.  SeaPerch builds teamwork and inspirers young minds.  It also introduces STEM as possible career choice.
 


DENTAL AWARENESS MONTH

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS
TEACHER OF THE YEAR!

Congratulations! Lyddia Stinnett

 
Improving Nutrition!

Lyman Elementary uses grant money to improve nutrition. As part of a comprehensive effort to improve student health, LYMAN Elementary plans to install new kitchen equipment. Using a NUTRITION INTEGRITY GRANT FROM THE MS DEPT. OF EDUCATION OFFICE OF CHILD NUTRITION, FUNDED BY THE BOWER FOUNDATION, the school will replace its existing deep fat fryers with COMBINATION OVEN STEAMERS. This change is made possible by the Nutrition Integrity Grant received by Harrison County School District this year.

 
LYMAN ELEMENTARY REPORT CARD

Harrison County School District

(Part A: No Child Left Behind Act of 2001)

The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 requires school districts to publish report cards containing certain information. The required information falls into three general areas: school improvement, teacher qualifications, and test data. A school that fails to make adequate yearly progress in achievement must be identified for school improvement. The report must contain information about the professional qualifications of teachers in core academic subject areas [English, reading, language arts, science, mathematics, foreign languages, arts, civics and government, economics, history and geography]. Highly qualified teachers are those who satisfied the NCLB criteria during the school year. The report must also contain achievement data for specific subgroups, two-year achievement trends and student participation rates.

Please contact the principal of your child's school if you have questions about this report.

Click here to view Lyman Report Card