Lincoln Elementary School
6th grade Honor Band PDF Print E-mail

Twenty-two Washington band students (from 6th, 7th & 8th grades) performed in the 14th annual Mt. Pleasant Honor Band on Saturday, April 17th. Students prepare individually for a month before putting together an entire concert in one day of rehearsal.  The honor band includes students from 12 area schools. Pictured above are 6th graders representing the elementary level: back row- Melissa, Serenity, Sierra, Libby, Maddy, Ruth, Tara, Beatriz, Stacy; middle row- Aubrey, Brynna, Jasmine, Mitchell, Colton; front row- Melissa, Carolan, Michaela. The 6th grade band consisted of 118 of the top music students from 12 area schools.  It is a great honor to be part of this director nominated event— Congratulations to you all!

 
4th Grade Music Concert PDF Print E-mail


April 13 was a musical night! The 4th graders presented a music program called MUSIC CLASS (written by Teresa Jennings).  It told a story of how important music is everyone and how much we learn through music.  The concert was held at the high school auditorium and had great attendance!  Julie Hill is the Music Teacher at Lincoln Elementary.  SUPER JOB by the 4th graders!

 
Prepare for Summer Literacy PDF Print E-mail

Combine the fun of summer with some literacy activities to help your child come back to school in August ready to pick up where he or she left off.  Here is a link to an excellent 10-week summer reading calendar.

Summer Reading Calendar

 
Lincoln Medieval Festival PDF Print E-mail

Hear Ye! Hear Ye!

Lincoln will be hosting our annual Medieval Festival on May 11, 2010 from 6:00-7:30 pm.  Come join the fun.  We will have the royal band and singers, a crowning ceremony, jousting, tumbling, knights and ladies on parade and so much more.  The students will also be showing off their Medieval projects.

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Last Updated on Thursday, April 15 2010 09:48
 
Contraption Challenge PDF Print E-mail


 

Lincoln 6th grade engineers held their 2nd Contraption Convention on March 11, 2010 in the Lincoln gym.  The 24 sixth graders met twice a week after school for eight weeks to learn more about engineering and other science, technology, and math careers.  During the Contraption Challenge the students studied industrial engineering using an EIE kit from Grant Wood AEA and built Rube Goldberg type contraptions to demonstrate their problem solving skills.  For the convention, each group of students had to present their contraption, design a presentation board, and create a commercial for their invention.  The students also toured Indian Hills Community College and the University of Iowa to increase awareness of STEM related careers.  Funding for this after-school program was provided by the Corridor STEM Initiative, an effort by the state of Iowa in conjunction with large businesses to increase the number of students in Iowa pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.  The day was a lot of FUN for everyone!

Last Updated on Thursday, April 15 2010 09:56
 
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