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4th grade created a Bill that they took to the Lincoln School of Science & Technology's Justices played by Tammy DeWolfe and Abe England.

Photo furnished by K. Palmer

YETI 5K Practice and Thrilling Thursday activities



On Wednesday, March 30th the students at Lincoln participated in the school science fair. All first and second place winners will advance to the District Science Fair on April 27th at Canon City Middle School. Pictured are the boards of the 1st place winners. Great job to all those who participated!

Special thanks to our judges: Joe Patrick, Catherine Flynn, and Debbie Blackwell.

Photos provided by T. Oliva

100 mile club walkers and runners.

Students participate on Tuesdays as well as Thursdays after-school (except this Thursday, March 17, 2016). Every student who runs a mile during the rest of March and all of April will be entered into a drawing to win a 'Denver Broncos Superbowl Champion t-shirt'.

Can matter be a liquid and a solid?

Photos furnished by S. Summers

Members of Lincoln's Health & Wellness team received a $500 award Friday and were recognized for their success at creating a healthy schoool enviroment and implementing effective school health efforts.

Learning how to take care of pets!

Photos furnished by S. Summers

KRLN/Star County 104.5 radio spot

Super Science Friday 2/19/2016

Planet Earth - Primary

Earth's materials can be compared and classified based on their properties.

Planet Earth-Intermediate

Learning Objective:  Students will be able to explain how metamorphic, igneous, and sedimentary rocks form using food models and visual media.

Photos furnished by T. Pierce

By playing the Rock Cycle Game, students are able to explain how metamorphic, igneous, and sedimentary rocks were formed.

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.



  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