Lynn Lott

Teacher of Hearing Impaired


About the Teacher


My name is Lynn Lott. I am the teacher for the Hearing Impaired at LIS. I work with students in both 4th and 5th grades. After graduating from Delta State University in 1995, I began my teaching career as a speech therapist. I served two years in Mississippi in the Drew School District and the Tate County School District. I then went to the University of Nebraska and completed graduate work in Deaf Education and Special Education. This is my 24th year teaching in MS. I have served many schools here in DeSoto County as both a speech therapist and a teacher for the Hearing Impaired. I have been married for 24 years. My husband Joey and I have three children, Ethan (18), Jonathan (16) and Grace (11). I am so excited to be serving the Hearing Impaired students in Lewisburg.  :)

Please let me know if there is anything you need. My email is You can also use the link on the school website to contact me. The school phone number is 662-892-6180. I can also be reached via SchoolStatus by replying to any previous text I have sent you.  I look forward to working with you and your child!

Helpful Academic Sites

These are just some of the sites I love to use.  If you have specific questions about information or if you just need help, please email me.  I am happy to do all I can to help you help your child.    Epic just made it FREE to access all books from home! This is huge!  I love this site and we use it SO much in my room.  Students can use my classroom code VLQ6050 and find their icon when they login to  Have fun reading on this site!  It has so much to choose from!  :)


Please be sure to send extra hearing aid and Cochlear implant batteries to school with your child.  The extra batteries may be kept in your child's backpack on a daily basis.  If you want, you can have the child bring his/ her extra batteries to my room to be kept in a box labeled specifically for him/her.  It is VERY important to send extra batteries.  Please remember it is your responsibility to supply hearing aid batteries for your child.  Batteries can be purchased at Wal-Mart, Walgreens, etc.  If you check these stores on a regular basis, you can often find batteries marked down on clearance for quite a cheap price.  :)