Our field trip to DeBuck's was fun. We went on a slide. After we went on the slide, we went on a hay ride. My mom went on the field trip with us. She took me and some of my classmates through the corn maze. . . .
(Click the photos to see more of the fun!) Bishop middle house went on a field trip to The Fossil Park in Sylvania, Ohio, it took a little while to get there. When we got there the bus driver parked and we got off the bus. We . . .
A few weeks ago, the Lincoln High School marching band and athletic teams came over to Bishop Elementary to celebrate Homecoming with all of us. We all wore our blue, gray, and white Lincoln gear!!! Some of the students made flags . . .
Bishop Elementary School Principal Carol McCoy retired from Lincoln Consolidated Schools at the end of the 2012-13 school year. She was a teacher for 27 years and a principal for ten years, all 37 years at Lincoln. Throughout her . . .
On Thursday, June 6th, the staff and students of Bishop Elementary gathered together for a special assembly to honor retiring principal, Ms. Carol McCoy. Upon entering the gym, Ms. McCoy was treated to a special song, written just . . .
I went to my first carnival . It was really exciting. It was fun playing games, and trying to dunk my teacher. It was fun eating. It was really nice taking a picture . . .
Children in the Middle House at Bishop conducted an inquiry-based technology project in March. Carole Ryburg, the teacher, began by reading Henry's Freedom Box by Ellen Levine. Based on Henry's experience of mailing himself . . .
Our school (Bishop Elementary) had a roller skating party. Many people came, and it was fun to see all of them there. There was music, skating games like skating limbo, skate dancing, and even a bake sale. I liked it a lot. The roller . . .
Bishop's First Upper House Field Trip
All 174 Upper House (4 th and 5 th graders) students at Bishop Elementary traveled on four busses from Bishop Elementary to High Velocity Sports Arena in Canton, Michigan. When we arrived at High Velocity the coaches split all 174 . . .
Bishop Elementary families swung their partners 'round and 'round for the benefit of fighting poverty around the world. The $1 admission fee for the annual Hoedown September 28 went directly to the Heifer Project, raising $265 for the . . .
Smiling faces swinging their partner round and round for the 2012 annual Bishop Elementary Hoedown was fun, fun, fun. We danced to lots of songs such as: (my favorite) Cotton Eye Joe, the Hokey Pokey, the Virginia Real, and Solomon Levi. The . . .
Lincoln Multi Age students, families and staff enjoyed a soup themed evening of reading and dinner in celebration of National Reading Month in March. Highlighting the affair was the revolving selection of soup themed stories narrated by . . .
Puffs of rainbow colors dot the horizon; truffula trees grow tall over Grickle-grass beside ponds of Humming-fish and Swomee-swans. No, this is a not a vivid and crazy dream, but rather, it is the land of the Lorax, a fictional setting . . .
Lincoln MultiAge Middle House students (2 nd and 3 rd graders) have been exploring heritage during the month of March. Each student has been tasked exploring his or her own heritage -- heredity, culture, kinship, history and . . .
On Friday, February 18, 2011, the Lincoln MultiAge (LMA) Middle House hosted its Annual Science Fair. Students in 2nd and 3rd grades created a variety of displays on their teacher approved subject. Displays included the properties of wind, . . .
Fourth and fifth grade Upper House students of the Lincoln Multi-Age School held their science fair on December 10, 2010. Each student selected a project of interest to them for the purpose learning how to conduct experiments and solve . . .
Lincoln Multi-Age’s Middle House (2 nd and 3 rd grade students) recently completed a science unit on water. They learned the properties of water and kept water journals, noting every time and place they used water for a number of . . .
On Friday, November 5, 2010, Lincoln Multi-Age hosted its Second Annual Fun Run with several hundred students in grades Kindergarten through 5th grade participating. “The Fun Run is a way that we can bring parents and students together to . . .