Riverside's fifth-grade PBL team studied the American Revolution, and groups of students created skits for the important events in the Revolution. Students created props, sets, scripts; they acted; they were responsible for backstage efforts; and they sang songs and played their recorders. The entire production was created by the students, and it was both educational and entertaining. It was a perfect example of students taking charge and ownership of their learning, a key element of project-based learning.
Our Family Night will be Thursday, April 10 from
5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. If you would like more information, please check out our website.
Washington Discovery Academy is having a Drive 4 UR School event on Saturday, April 12, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. - noon.
All 5th Grade Students: If you are interested in signing up for Band or Orchestra, you must attend the sign-up night on March 20 anytime between 3:30pm and 8:00pm. The sign-ups are located at Plymouth High School in the Music Department. Please enter through Door 5.
On Saturday the Lincoln wrestlers won the NELMSC conference wrestling tournament for the 3rd straight season. With a team score of 376 points they out paced all of the competition by a wide margin (2nd place Edgewood had 299 points). Lincoln had 7 individual champions out of the 22 weight classes.
Individual champions for the young Rockie wrestlers were as follows: Jeffery Oliver at 85lbs, Graham Calhoun at 90lbs (not pictured), Zane Devault at 110 lbs, Brandon Pittman at 130 lbs, Jacob Lafree at 140 lbs, Collin Hayes at 155 lbs, and Jacob Stayton at 185 lbs.
Zane Devault won an overtime match in the finals to win his third individual championship in a row. He is definitely the 1st 3-time champ in Lincoln history, and none of the other coaches from the NELMSC could remember one from any other school either. "It's a tremendous accomplishment by a tremendous young man. Zane has been with us for three years, put in a lot of time and hard work, and is very deserving of what he has earned" said Coach Phil Koops.
Lincoln finishes a terrific season with 17-2 dual meet record, 2 team tournament 1st place finishes, and 2 team tournament runners-up. They would like to thank all the parents, fans, administrators, and coaches that contributed to their great year.
It’s a big week for reading at Riverside, and other schools all over the country. Many schools are celebrating Dr. Seuss’s birthday and Read Across America. Students participated in Drop Everything and Read (DEAR).
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