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Recent Lincoln School News

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Earthquake Engineering






Use the pop-out button in the top right of the movie to watch in high definition:

Monday, November 10, 2014

Lincoln Swimmers Make a Big Splash in Chennai - Updated with video.

Our Lincoln School Swim Team recently returned from Chennai with 15 gold medals, numerous silvers and bronzes, 41 school records, 7 SAISA records, and countless personal best times. Some of the goose-bumping, heart-throbbing highlights from each day are:

Day 1 highlights:

Niharika winning gold in 13-14 200 breaststroke.
Iskra winning gold in same event, but 15-19 age group.
Sofia winning gold and breaking her own SAISA record by .01 in 50 fr.Shreetika's big hearted golden effort in 400 free open category. 
Owen snatching gold in 50 breaststroke
2 silvers - Iskra 100 bk and 15-19 girls 200 fr relay
2 bronzes for Galen and Oshina in the 100 bk

Day 2 highlights: 

Gold - Sofia in the 15-19 100 fly; Sofia in the 15-19 100 IM setting a new SAISA record!; Sofia in the 15-19 100 free; Iskra in the 15-19 200 back
Silver - Alex in the 10-12 50 back; Galen in the 13-14 200 back; 15-19 girls 200 medley relay (also breaking SAISA, but still finishing 2nd!) 
Bronze - Oshina in the 13-14 100 fly; Alex in the 10-12 100 IM; Galen in the 13-14 100 IM; Oshina in the 13-14 200 back (breaking the SAISA record, but so did the other 2!)


Day 3 highlights:

-Sofia Shah breaking another SAISA record in the 200m free

-The 15-19 girls 4 x 100m relay of Shreetika, Oshina, Iskra, and Sofia annihilating Lincoln's previous SAISA record by 16 seconds! 

- Gold medals for Iskra and Niharika in the 100m free (different age categories) 

-Silver medals for Galen (breaking a long-standing Lincoln record!) in the 200 IM and Owen in the 100m breast
-Bronze medals for Galen in the 200 free, Oshina in the 200 IM & 200 free, Alex in the 200 free

-Saara-Maria and Ritika receiving sportsmanship pins for cheering on and supporting swimmers from other teams 



A link to more of our photos can be found here: 

Congratulations to our swimmers for all their hard work, determination and success! 
LS Swim Coaches 

Here is a link to the video of the event: http://goo.gl/mcE3b8


Thursday, November 6, 2014

Year of the Reader... Update

Just Read It!

Middle School students are two months into their "Year of the Reader" and they've been keeping track of all the books they've read.  The library has compiled an infographic for each month.  To see what authors (besides John Green and Veronica Roth!), books, and series are the most popular for October, check out the infographic below, if it does not load, click on the infographic here.

-Jeremiah O’Sullivan



Project Based Learning

Check out examples of project based learning at Lincoln by clicking here.

Welcome to Lincoln's Online Museum

Welcome to the Museum


Lincoln School in Nepal was invited to participate in the beta test of the Google Open Gallery Project (https://www.google.com/opengallery), part of the Google Cultural Institute.

The project is still developing, but we have our very own online gallery now, located at:

http://lsnepal.culturalspot.org.

Google has provided the school with an online consultant located in Paris, and in return, we provided Google with feedback.

The school has been able to create numerous exhibits with Open Gallery. The vision for our museum gallery is to showcase exemplary work of the school community, raise the profile of the school, and to provide a new platform for the expression of school projects.

Our museum gallery was a perfect fit for AP Art student Yazmin’s exhibit "The Nepal Collection” (http://goo.gl/OYkG0s) as an example of exemplary work.

One of the interesting features of the Open Gallery is how pictures are rendered. Normally when you create a web page, you want to use low quality images, otherwise it would take forever to load the page, something we are especially sensitive to in bandwidth poor Nepal. The Open Gallery is different. You load up high definition images and the Open Gallery automatically adjusts the image. This allows you to zoom in on images, taking advantage of all the pixels available as seen in the picture the below, taken by Peter Hennigar. Peter is one of our faculty and a fellow museum curator. The photo is featured in the "Exploring Nepal Exhibit “ (http://goo.gl/uYxoMj)



Visit our museum, checkout an exhibit, click on a picture and then use the magnification tool to zoom in on any part of a picture. Enjoy your visit!

Go to Google's Open Gallery and sign up for an invitation. Once you get an account, you can add administrators and curators, and multiple exhibits.

"Home is...." - Lincoln Embraces Diversity