Thank you to everyone who joined us for the 7th annual Lovin' Lincoln 5k, 10k and Family Fun Run! We had almost 140 participants, including many Lincoln students and staff. Also, a special thank you to our over 60 volunteers! We hope to see you next year, and thank you … [Read More]
CHS pottery class collaborates with Lincoln third graders on eclipse art.
The original idea behind Thursday’s visit by Lincoln Elementary School third-graders to a Corvallis High School pottery class was to give the younger kids an idea of how a pot is fired.
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Sarah Thompson receives Golden Apple Award!
We surprised Sarah Thompson at Lincoln Elementary School with the second of four 2017 Golden Apple awards this morning. Congratulations, Sarah!
Her nominee writes, “Sarah Thompson is magic, plain and simple. She uses data and love to drive all of her instruction. She collaborates with everyone in the building to ensure equity in learning opportunities for ALL kids. Her success is evident in our building data, and more importantly, in the smiles of the kids she works with.
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¡Sarah Thompson recibe el Golden Apple Award!
Nos sorprendió Sarah Thompson en la Escuela Primaria Lincoln con el segundo de los cuatro premios Golden Apple de 2017 esta mañana. ¡Enhorabuena, Sarah!
Su nominada escribe: “Sarah Thompson es mágica, sencilla y sencilla. Ella usa datos y amor para manejar toda su instrucción. Ella colabora con todos en el edificio para asegurar equidad en oportunidades de aprendizaje para TODOS los niños. Su éxito es evidente en nuestros datos de construcción y, lo que es más importante, en las sonrisas de los niños con los que trabaja.
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The scene as Zavi Crisóstomo finished his 100-mile running challenge looked like the finish line of a race: a crowd, enthusiastically chanting his name, lined the last leg of the run.
Well, there were some differences: The crowd members cheering on Zavi tended to be much shorter than the people you’d find at a typical race. And a clump of boys in the audience nearly missed the climactic moment because they were busy ogling a particularly large worm crossing the sodden grass.
Which wasn’t too surprising considering that the crowd was mostly Zavi’s classmates at Lincoln Elementary School, which has a new 100-mile club this year. Zavi, a fifth-grader, hit the 100-mile mark Monday afternoon, the first kid at the school to accomplish the goal this year.
Ew, ui, ue, and oo, showed up on the flashcards one by one and the four first-graders responded to each with a sound like zoo without the “z.” But the next card was a trick question: it was “oo” again.
So Shahnaz Sahnow explained to the students that “oo” in a word can also make a sound more like the one in “book.”
Sahnow, who’s been part of the staff at Lincoln Elementary School for 14 years, was working with one of her daily reading groups, having students practice sounds, letters and combinations of letters make and patiently explaining to the students concepts such as the “bossy ‘e’,” which tells other vowels to say their own name when it’s used at the end of a word