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Lane ESD Westmoreland Campus
1717 City View St.
Eugene, OR 97402
ph: 541-463-8500 fax: 541-302-0938

 On alternate Fridays, our students enjoy On-Level Reinforcers as a reward for staying on level throughout the week. Here our ELA instructor, Linden Aiken, facilitates an amazing Superhero cape making this OLR a powerfully creative event!!
Kindness Counts!

Kindness Counts!

One way we build and maintain healthy relationships is to be helpful, compliment and share with one another. Each classroom is creating a kindness chain for every Kindness Ticket they earn. Each day our student announcers remind us to be safe, respectful and responsible and most important….BE KIND TO OTHERS.
IA's Appreciation Day

IA’s Appreciation Day

IAs enjoy an extended break with homemade brunch offered with love from the teachers and administrators at Lane School.
Room 12 Volcanoes

Room 12 Volcanoes

 Room 12 erupts with science activities.
TP Mummy

TP Mummy

More than one TP mummy emerged at our Fall Harvest Celebration!
Art Show

Art Show

 Acrylic on canvas- Owen proudly displays his piece.
Student Employees

Student Employees

Lane School student employees work hard to keep our students fed and our school running smooth.
WE LEARN!!!

WE LEARN!!!

Lane School students Learn how to groom and ride horses in our partnership with RideAble.
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Ooompah-Loompah, Power of Yet!

2016-2017: This year our Lane School Golden Ticket imgreswinners are students who demonstrate a Growth Mindset. These are students who stretch themselves academically and socially with the power of YET!  When the winner is announced and gets to choose from a list of special prizes.

May,

Room 16 nominated this student for trying more challenging spelling words this week. He used persistence to study and learn to spell several advance bonus words. Great progress, Phoenix! Keep up the great work!

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Room 15 also nominated this student for his excellent work on meeting his multiplication math facts fluency goal. He was the second Room 15 student to demonstrate fluency with all of the 0-12 multiplication facts). Great progress, Anton! Keep up the great work.

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Room 10 wants to celebrate Mikey B for his great effort in the Smarter Balance practice tests as well as the cooperative leadership he has consistently demonstrated in his Leadership class. Thanks for being a great leader, Mikey!!

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This student was given the choice to either go to break or continue to practice for the state test. He really wanted to do his best on the state test, so he chose to practice the test instead of going to break. Way to go, Blaine!

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Rooms 8 & 15 acknowledge Devon for demonstrating fluency on all 13 multiplication facts from 0-12. He is the first one this year to reach this goal! He also showed tenacity and determination as he took on a challenging comprehension assessment, put in his full time and effort, and scored an impressive score.  Yeah, Devon! Keep up the great work!

 

Room 10 nominated Zeffry for doing a quality Smarter Balance test session during math. He has worked hard and tried his best on his state testing. Way to go, Zef!

 

Growth Mindset

At the Lane School our students are developing a growth mindset. This is the focus of our Golden Ticket Award where students are acknowledged for using on the Power of Yet! In this video, Carol Dweck describes how to think about a problem that seems hard to solve.

Celebrating Lane School IAs!

The Lane School Instructional Assistants were surprised March 10th to a “Fake Fire Drill”. They headed out to the pavement to find administrators, teachers
and students greeting them with applause, accolades and hugs. They were granted an extra-long

break to enjoy a spread of  delicious brunch and delectable desserts while the teaching staff students held down the fort without them.

Art Gallery 2016

jesseartlukeantonartLane students enjoy electives where they can explore areas of interest and develop collaboration and hone new skills. The abstract painting class hosted a gallery showing of their completed projects. They milesdshared their concept and offered refreshments to the sounds of of Miles Davis on vinyl.  They were fascinated by their peers’ creative work as well as by the strange disc going round and round.

 

Woodshop

andrewsThis Fall, some of our students worked independently and collaboratively in their woodshop elective. Among the projects they completed were a tool box, Jacob’s ladder, and their own customized skateboard.

Lane School is grateful to the team at Tactics Boardshop in Eugene for donating the grip tape for our boards.

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They came out great!