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 Hat Day!

To help raise funds to support Super Science Friday activities students brought in $1.00 to be able to wear a hat All DAY!


CC Helpers collected 784 pounds worth of food for Loaves and Fishes, way to go CC Helpers! A huge thank-you goes our to all of our families for making our food drive a success!


 Who let the pig's out?

The top 30 students who sold the most in our ABC fundraiser won a pig. Those pigs raced during grade level lunches. Each grade level had a winner. Then all the winners competed in one last race. Ayden, a fifth grade student won the over all race, congratulations Ayden!


This morning's delayed start allowed for a lesson in the changes of matter; liquids, solids, and gases.


The second graders made tornadoes in a bottle as part of their weather unit.


Walking Classroom!

The Walking Classroom is an  Award-Winning  nonprofit program that strengthens the physical, mental, and academic health of students while they walk, listen, and learn.

Lincoln received a grant from The Walking Classroom in the amount of $3,500. Fifth grade students are listening to podcasts about similes and metaphors.

Super Science Friday was a SUCCESS!

Primary students from Lincoln spent part of the day at the Arkansas River Walk learning about the river, mammals,reptiles, fish, amphibians, birds, leaves and endangered vs. extinct animals. Intermediate students focused on fossils, going to various labs along the riverwalk.


 This little visitor was hanging out early Monday morning.

Mr. England got a quick photo before he flew away.

Now that's science!

 Picture furninshed by Stephanie Summers


 The 4th grade went on the Royal Gorge Route Railroad on Thursday, September 24, 2015! The Royal Gorge Route donated rides to all of the 4th grade students in Canon City, Colorado. Thank-you very much to the Royal Gorge Route Railroad. It was a blast!


Thank-you to the District Health and Wellness team and Jim Hullihan for bringing a Movtivational Media Assembly to Lincoln. One of the messages today was, "It's not how old you are it's how great you are!"

You might about your student what challenge they were asked to consider.



These students are working with their gifted and talented teacher, Mrs. Lacey LeDoux in the library. Their project is to come up with restaurant menu items.

Have you heard of Cha-Cha Chicken Nuggets,

Fox Trot Fries or Belly Dancing Bananna Slices?

.....Make mine The Moonwalk Mango!



 Superintendent George Welsh takes a moment to listen to a student read.



Do you see what I see?

Afternoon instruction in the science lab.


This student won a watermelon for answering a challenge Mr. England put to students. The challenge was what was a volunteer plant? This volunteer plant actually produced two watermelons! Staff enjoyed some delicious watermelon this morning! Thanks Mr. England for not pulling this voluteer vine.


Mr. England instructs students before school in the Laws of Motion.


Instruction about the different areas in the Library.


  This class is preparing to work on terrariums in the science lab. 

Students watering the Five Senses Garden. 


 This student wondered if the pointed rock could be a fossil?


Second grade students working in the science lab. 


What kind of caterpillar is this?


Second grade students provide water for the butterflies in their butterfly garden.




Picture Day Information. Pictures were taken 9/8/15.

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Lincoln School of Science & Technology-

Quality education with an emphasis in :

  • Hands-on science
  • Outdoor Scientific Investigations
  • Interactive Technolgy using

Eeepads (each student 3-5th Grades)

 Eeepads (small groups K-2nd Grades)

 Interactive Whiteboards in every classroom

  • Highly Qualified Teachers
  • Small school family enviroment