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Lincoln Elementary School ...
Lincoln Elementary School Principal Tammy DeWolfe said the school would "never suspend a student for one minor little violation."
"Each of the student classes have ...
"Each of the student classes have three different learning modules or learning labs to rotate through and all of it emphasizes on using energy," said Principal Tammy DeWolfe.
said students in each grade level had their own projects.
"The primary students are focusing on positive and negative batteries and the positions of batteries in toys and how to correctly install batteries in electrical devices," DeWolfe
Lincoln Elementary School
Then, our principal, Ms. Tammy DeWolfe added a little incentive to be appropriate for the day.She asked the teacher's to chose one student from each classroom who displayed good 6 P's and Attending skills for the entire day.Those student's names will be placed into a drawing for one of two Bronco's Jerseys that Ms. DeWolfe just happened to have on hand.Good Luck Denver Broncos!
Lincoln Elementary School ...
Lincoln Elementary School Principal Tammy DeWolfe said she is moved to tears every time she thinks of that day 10 years ago.
"I remember arriving to work, and staff had the TV on in the library," DeWolfe
said, "which was unusual.
said word continued to spread throughout the building as the terrorist also attacked the Pentagon and sent another plane down in a Pennsylvania field.
"It was a very heavy-felt day," she
said teachers were hesitant to give out too much information to the students since most of the adults weren't sure what was happening.
"The worst thing we could do is give them wrong information," DeWolfe
As time went on, Lincoln Elementary began using their Discovery Program to help the students and staff deal with the aftermath of the Sept. 11 tragedy.
"We had staff do a Discovery Circle with the kids to talk a little bit about it and allow the kids to share their feelings and their comments on what they had seen on TV or discussed with their families," DeWolfe
said, "to ground them for the next couple of days, so we could try our best to go on with the importance of education."
Kudos were given to Lincoln ...
Kudos were given to Lincoln Elementary School Principal Tammy DeWolfe, special education teacher Cathy Royce and Director of Special Services Rebecca Odegard-Siegle at Mondayâ€™s CaÃ±on City School Board meeting, after the three educators worked to bring the Colorado Model Significant Support Needs Program Grant to Lincoln.
With all grants, DeWolfe
said, there is a workload that comes with it.
â€œIn the times that we are facing with additional accountability and less time and less resources, itâ€™s going to be a challenge for us to ideally pull this off,â€ she
said. â€œBut my hope is, that in the end, we will have a more efficient and more effective program running so we can leverage our resources and our personnel in the building; not only with our students with significant needs, but also our students with learning disabilities.â€
During the process, the CDE
also will offer evidence-based strategies to help Lincoln staff help the students to grow, DeWolfe
â€œIn addition to that, as they return to Denver, they have a cadre â€" a group of individuals that they will be sharing information with and getting other suggestions,â€ she
said. â€œSo, weâ€™re tapping into more than an instructional coachâ€™s knowledge; weâ€™re tapping into a cadre of experts in the area of special education that can help broaden our repertoire that we offer kids and staff to make schools effective and efficient.â€
Other components of the program include videotaping and webcam.
also said the school recently received an anonymous donation for $5,000 for their equipment for students with center-based needs.