The Lane School Instructional Assistants were surprised March 10th to a “Fake Fire Drill”. They headed out to the pavement to find
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.
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.
Room 10 would like to recognize Xyander for outstanding performance and effort on his Easy CBM math assessment. Way to go, Xyander!
Room 16 math would like to honor Xander for taking excellent calm, quiet brain breaks with the class and leading his homeroom class in a slow, relaxing brain break at the end of opening. Great Job Xander!
Room 9 math would like to recognize this student for increased participation, doing work before using a pass, and getting his math done without complaining. Nice job, Tyler!
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.
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.