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Lyon County School District Every Student... Every Classroom... Every Day. Proud Products of Public Education
Welcome to Lyon County School District!
Welcome to Lyon County School District!

We are Lyon County School District located in Northern Nevada.


Our vision... Graduate all students to be successful in college and career.


Our Mission... Provide relevant learning opportunities that develop adaptable, persistent, and self-directed learners capable of creativity, collaboration, communication, and critical thinking necessary to overcome complex challenges.


Lyon County School District, with over 8,500 students and 1,100 staff members is the fourth largest school district in Nevada. LCSD is comprised of 18 schools located in five unique attendance areas including Dayton, Fernley, Silver Springs, Smith Valley and Yerington. Each school boasts highly qualified instructional leaders accompanied by caring and dedicated staff, who work tirelessly to ensure the learning needs of each student are realized. The district motto of “Every Student…Every Classroom…Every Day” comes to life when you step into the classroom and see students engaged in rigorous learning opportunities.
  • #Repost @silverstageelementaryschool ・・・ Guest reader 1st grade today! 📚
  • SSHS honors student veterans 🇺🇸
  • Lunchtime hoops at SSHS!
  • It’s a great day for positive thinking and learning at YIS!
  • Words of wisdom from LCSD first graders #RespectRocks #BeNice #DontJudge
  • It’s story time at SVS Elementary!
  • Loving the SVS Bulldog Athletes of the Week!!
  • Yerington Elementary School was chosen to participate in the Nevada Governor's Office of Science, Innovation and Technology's "Northern Nevada STEM Leader's Academy" for the 2018-19 school year. The team representing the school is comprised of Y.E.S....
  • Free and Reduced Lunch status will expire soon! Follow www.schoollunchapp.com to renew! Applications must be submitted every year! #LCSDnutrition
  • #Repost @dis_sundevils ・・・ Students learning the days of the week in Spanish!! Awesome singing!!!
  • Birds’s eye view of SSMS and SSES! #unified #changeofperspective #proudproductofpubliceducation
  • If there's one curry that everyone will enjoy, it's got to be the Chicken Tikka Masala. It is a popular Indian dish and one of many new entrees that Nutrition Services offers this school year! With tender chicken pieces swimming in an incredible combin...
Safety and Security Measures
Student and staff safety is the number one priority for all schools in the Lyon County School District (LCSD). Administrators and staff members work diligently every day with students and families to provide a positive, safe and respectful learning environment. Each school in the LCSD has created a comprehensive Emergency Operations Plan that has been specifically designed for that school by the school’s safety team, and includes appropriate measures for a variety of emergency situations. Additionally, these plans have been reviewed and approved by local law enforcement and emergency response agencies. Further, each school conducts safety drills to practice these safety measures on a regular basis, often times with the assistance of the aforementioned agencies. Finally, the LCSD is currently installing the Audio Enhancement SAFE System in every classroom in the district. This system includes a camera and a silent alarm that can discretely notify the office of any emergency situation. This coupled with the facility safety enhancements being performed now and into the summer will make our schools safer than they’ve ever been. We encourage community members, parents and students to contact school staff immediately to report all safety concerns and to request any needed support. The LCSD is grateful for the efforts of community members, first responding agencies and staff members in protecting our most valuable asset, our students.
Lyon County Limelight!

Nevada Association of School Boards looking for new Executive Director

20 days ago

NEVADA ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL BOARDS Invites applications for the position of EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Location: Reno,  Nevada Organization: Nevada non-profit corporation Membership: Seventeen public school districts in Nevada Base Compensation: $65,000 to $105,000 depends on relevant experience Closing Date: September 24, 2018 (or open until filled)    Start Date: January 1, 2019

Nevada Association of School Boards

For additional information about the position or application materials contact the Search Consultant.  Submit all application materials electronically by e-mail attachment to: Greg McKenzie, Search Consultant Next Up Leadership 1470 Rosemont Road, West Linn, Oregon 97068                 Phone: 503-752-2438 Email:  gregmckenzie@att.net OR gregmckenzie@window2leadership.com


By SchoolBlocks Administator

PLEASE TAKE OUR SURVEYS

4 months ago

Nevada parents, let your voice be heard.

The Nevada Report Card website is a single source for information about the schools across Nevada. The website has student achievement data, rating information graduation rates, student teacher ratios and much more. www.nevadareportcard.com.

The Nevada Department of Education is open to feedback on the functionality of this site and having the voice of parents and community as its core. Please participate in the community feedback survey. Go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/nevadareportcard

Thank you in advance for your willingness to engage in this important activity to improve the Nevada Report Card of which we can all be proud. 

Parents Survey

Parents of current students are encouraged to take this statewide survey regarding Educational Technology in your child's school. 


Students Survey

Greetings LCSD Families! We will be administering the NV School Climate Survey for all 5th through 12th graders from March 19-April 20.  This is an invaluable tool to assess the school’s climate and safety from the students’ perspectives.  School leaders will use the results of this survey for future planning to improve the school climate and safety conditions of the school.  We would greatly appreciate all 5th through 12th grade students’ participation.  However, if a parent wishes to review the survey, and decides they do not wish for their child to participate in this survey, they may sign the parent letter indicating they DO NOT want their child to participate, return the form to the office, and the school will find an alternative opportunity for the student while their classmates are taking the survey.  A sample survey is provided as well as the parent letter.  Thank you for your consideration.

Sample Student Survey

Parent's Letter and Opt-out