This 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.
They came out great!
Lane 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 shared 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.
Be Organized & Neat !
For Excellence in Organization and Neatness!
Our lucky BON winner this month earned a trip to Staples with the principal for a shopping spree and got to watch her car park itself!
At Lane School we emphasize the skill of organization. Students earn BON tickets by keeping an organized binder, using their assignment sheet effectively, and being prepared for class with all needed materials. So, keep it up, Lane School students, to BE ORGANIZED & NEAT!
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.
2016-2017: This year our Lane School Golden Ticket winners are students who demonstrate a Growth Mindset. These are students who stretch themselves academically and socially with the power of YET! Each Thursday, the winner is announced and gets to choose from a list of special prizes.
Orin demonstrated great leadership in Room 15. As a new student to Lane School he has been working hard to build and maintain healthy relationships with peers. He is also demonstrating the Power of Yet in Math class. Way to go, Orin!
In math class, Logan’s hard work and positive attitude has paid off. When he came across a difficult math problem he stayed calm and said, “I know this!” And he did!
Room 8 nominated Colin for applying his full effort to everything he has tried in a brand new classroom. He put his best effort when he was not familiar with the activities YET. Room 10 also nominated him for his work in math. He shows diligence and flexibility in math class each day. Keep up the good work, Colin!
Each day Kaden comes to class ready to stretch himself and apply what he knows to learn something new. He does difficult work and perseveres. Kaden shows what we can accomplish when we stick to it each day and what we mean by the power of yet!!
Room 16 nominated Jack for a Golden Ticket. He consistently asks politely for help on assignments and keeps his materials organized. Keep up the good work Jack!