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JLPA Corn Booth - Volunteers Needed
Volunteers are needed for the JLPA Corn Booth at the Durham Fair!
Thursday 24th, Friday 25th, Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th
Go to http://vols.pt/oX78H3 and please take the time to volunteer by working a shift at the fair.
You can also sign up on John Lyman School’s website and JLPA’s Facebook page.
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Welcome to John Lyman School!
to the John Lyman School website. We hope you will find the
site easy to use and informative. There are so many wonderful
things happening at John Lyman School, and our goal is to use the website
to share them with you. Our teachers also have individual classroom websites, and you can access them under the "Classroom Pages" button at the top of the screen.
John Lyman School takes great pride in being
a child-centered community of learners.
Our Integrated Day (ID) approach, one of two equally viable educational choices in Region 13, includes multi-age classrooms in
grades 1/2 and 3/4. Teachers and staff at John Lyman work hard to deliver Region 13's rigorous curriculum, and the Integrated Day philosophy encourages students to take responsibility for their own
learning. Individual project work is an important part of the ID approach. Lyman students at all grade levels apply reading, writing, and research skills through the completion of projects on topics of personal interest. Developing the whole child is also a critical component of the Integrated Day program, and equal emphasis is given to our students' social and emotional well-being in accordance with Region 13's Core Ethical Values.
In addition to the Integrated Day program,
John Lyman is also a Higher Order Thinking (HOT) School through the State of
Connecticut's Offices of Culture and Tourism.
As a HOT School, we believe in strong arts programs, arts integration
throughout the curriculum, and student democratic voice. An important component of the HOT School
approach is having a resident artist each year.
The resident artist works with select classroom teachers on a rotational
basis to develop an integrated unit of study that supports an area of the
curriculum. Through the generosity of
the John Lyman Parent Association, we are able to extend this study to reach more children each year.
Please refer to the "About Us" button at the
top of the homepage to learn more detailed information about the Integrated Day
program and HOT Schools.
Region 13 Mission Statement
The mission of Regional School District 13, a community that embraces learning, honors tradition, and embraces change, is to ensure that all students will be engaged and ethical lifelong learners and citizens who will thrive, excel, and contribute in an ever-changing, interdependent world by providing challenging, diverse, and nurturing experiences that empower each student to succeed through meaningful partnership with family and community.
John Lyman School Mission Statement
To provide a holistic and integrated view of learning which actively involves each child in the pursuit of academic excellence through decision-making and problem solving.
John Lyman School
publishes its Wednesday Envelope through the Region 13 PowerSchool Portal. You
can access these announcements by clicking on the following link:
If you would
prefer to have the bulletin e-mailed to you, you must first enroll in the PowerSchool
Portal. From there, select "Email Notification," check "School
Announcements," and select how often you wish to receive the messages.