Lincoln Elementary School, Delta Middle School and Cedaredge Elementary School have been nominated for Capturing Kids' Hearts National Showcase Schools awards for the 2018-2019 school year by the Flippen Group.
Four years ago, school administrators began an initiative to transform every campus in Delta County into an emotionally safe and relationally connected place for students, staff, and parents to come together with a love for learning.
1440 Apparel reached out to Lincoln Elementary School to design and donate a shirt to over 600 students and staff on campus.
LES principal Jennifer Magner explains, "They found out each Wednesday at our school is very special.
At the first quarter ROAR assembly Nov. 2, Lincoln Elementary School recognized student achievements in the areas of library, art, P.E., music, computers and reading growth.
Every fall, Lincoln Elementary School hosts "Pumpkins and Poems," an event to get the young authors' creative juices flowing.
Congratulations to the following Lincoln Elementary students who received ROAR awards at the fourth quarter ROAR assembly held Thursday, May 24:
Lincoln Elementary and Cedaredge Elementary have received a Capturing Kids' Hearts National Showcase Schools™ award for the 2017-2018 school year from the Flippen Group.
Two years ago, Delta County School District began an initiative to transform the campuses into an emotionally safe and relationally connected place for students, staff, and parents to come alive with a love for learning.
Honor roll students were recognized at Lincoln's second quarter ROAR assembly Friday, Jan. 12.
Students who earned all A's were recognized at Lincoln's second quarter ROAR assembly Friday, Jan. 12.
Lincoln Elementary School and Cedaredge Elementary School have been nominated for a Capturing Kids' Hearts National Showcase Schools award for the 2017-2018 school year by the Flippen Group.
This initiative has been embraced across the school district as a means to transform every school campus into an emotionally safe and relationally connected place for students, staff and parents to come together with a love for learning.
As the school librarian, Nancy Green helps students locate suitable reading materials, checks out books, tracks Accelerated Reader exams and reads to the younger students. But most of all, she shares a love of the library, and nurtures a lifelong desire to continue reading, by making the school library a delightful place to visit.
On Nov. 4, Mindy Becker of Lincoln Elementary in Delta was recognized as the winner of the Virginia French Allen Award at the annual Colorado Teachers of English as a Second Language conference in Aurora.
Virginia French Allen is a well-known English language teacher who excelled in reaching students who are learning English as their second language; this award is named in her honor.
A partnership between Altrusa International, Drug-Free Delta County, and Partners Mentoring created the "Only One You" project with Lincoln Elementary and Garnet Mesa Elementary in Delta. Students from kindergarten to fifth grade painted unique "rockfish" that volunteers laid in a "stream" near the front doors of Bill Heddles Recreation Center on Oct. 13.
Lincoln Elementary School students recognized honor roll students at a year-end ROAR assembly.
Lincoln Elementary School is partnering with local donors to implement an outdoor learning lab at the school on Hastings Street.
Opportunities are being created for students in grades K-5 to explore not only science, math and technology, but also reading, language arts, art, music and social studies.
"All I can say is WOW!" Willyn Webb, executive director of Vision Charter Academy (VCA) and Food for Thought stated after learning that Lincoln Elementary School Student Council continued the Souper Bowl of Caring on its own. LES donated 2,425 food items. As a thank you VCA Food for Thought provided a $25 gift card donated by Daveto's.
The fifth graders at Lincoln Elementary School each chose a famous historical character, researched 10 to 15 important events in that individual's life, prepared a timeline, then gathered props and costumes for the "Hall of Heroes," an event to share what they'd learned with their younger classmates.
Lincoln Elementary School values parent involvement in the education of its students. FamilyFacts.org says, "Youths whose parents are highly involved in their education during elementary school are more likely to graduate from high school or complete high school requirements."
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