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    Do you have a child that will be four years old on or before August 31, 2017? Are you interested in submitting an application for these FREE preschool programs?

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    Registration for children entering kindergarten will begin on Monday, February 13, 2017 and will continue through Friday, March 10, 2017. Children who will turn five years old on or before August 31, 2017 will need to be registered between those dates. Parents must register their child(ren) at the school they will attend. Registration for first graders new to Lincoln County Schools will also occur at that time.

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  • Exploring Snowflakes through Literacy, Science, and Art

    Posted by Emily Kerley at 1/13/2017



    Students from Mrs. Whitley's Class pose with their snowflakes Students from Mrs. Whitley's Class pose with their snowflakes

    Mrs. Reynold's class with their snowflake creations Ms. Hilburn's class with their snowflake creations

    Have you ever wondered what snowflakes look like when magnified? Magnified Snowflakes by Bentley.    Did you know that no two snowflakes are the same?  Every snowflake is unique, different and special.  Wilson Bentley was a farmer/scientist who lived from 1865-1901, he discovered that it was possible to use microphotography to take pictures of individual snowflakes.  

    Hopefully you and your family were able to get out and enjoy the snow at the begining of this week during the snowdays.  During Media Class this week first and second grade students listened to the story Snowflake Bentley by Jacqueline Briggs Martin.   Next we took a "Virtual Tour" of the "Snow flake" Bentley Exhibit operated by the Jericho Historical Sociey in Jericho, Vermont.  Let your student show you around the museum with this link "Snowflake" Bentley Exhibit. Be sure to stop by and check out the microscope and the framed pictures of the snowflakes taken by Wilson Bentley.  There is even an oppurtunity to test your skills by looking for similarities and differences in snowflakesin the "Match the Flakes Game."  Students then had time for open check out to select books and then created their own unique snowflakes.  To conclude class we had a mini photo shoot with our snowflakes. We love our library and exploring snowflakes through literacy, science and the arts.  

    Cover of book Snowflake Bentley with man looking through a camera lens Wilson Bentley with his camera




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  • Student Recognition Programs at PCP

    Posted by Emily Kerley at 12/3/2016

    Kids of Character: "Congratulations to the following students for being recognized for the character trait of Respect."  Each month students eagerly await as Mrs. Robinson announces over the intercom one student from each class nominated by their teacher for the character trait of the month. These students are then invited to eat their lunch at a special decorated table in the cafeteria with our school Guidance Counselor Mrs. Brethen.

    Kindergarten students Kids of Character eat lunch smile and eat lunch in the PCP cafeteria.          Character Trait of the Month Students eat lunch in the cafeteria at a decorated table.


    Caught You Being Good: Students at PCP are awarded "Caught you Being Good Tickets"  when a staff member sees them following our school motto.  "Do Your Best!, Be Your Best, Act Your Best!"  At the end of each month a name is drawn from each class and one of the students from each class is recognized over the intercom by Mrs. Robinson and then has the oppurtunity to come to the office to get their picture taken with Mrs. Brethen and Mrs. Robinson.


    Caught You Being Good students with Mrs. Brethen and Mrs. Robinson.          Caught You Being Good students with Mrs. Brethen and Mrs. Robinson.


    Thank you Mrs. Brethen for teaching our students about Character Traits weekly in Guidance Classes and small groups.  Thank you for taking the time to organze special recognition programs and much much more for our students here at PCP.  


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    Angel Tree                                                   Canned Food Drive


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