Students in PS-12 Art, Music & Drama are exploring the theme “We Belong…Together!” as we collaborate and create as a community, while also incorporating our personal cultures and identities. Grade 2 students have enjoyed utilizing puppets to sing our updated “Hello” song, learning to greet...

SAISA Alum, Rachel Seay returned to Lincoln as a guest speaker, introducing students to the French horn. In her interactive presentation, Rachel spoke to elementary and secondary students about the history of the horn, her SAISA and AMIS experiences (including the SAISA Music Festival hosted...

For their spring project, the Elementary Student Council wanted to create an art and performance space just for Elementary students. They looked to previous Secondary School Tiny Stage performances for inspiration and decided to make a smaller version: Tinier Stage! Six elementary acts performed: pianists,...

Elementary students spent their first few days of the semester exploring new auxiliary percussion instruments and their place in orchestras, rock groups, and salsa bands. Grade 3 students formed their own percussion ensembles and created patterns that best represented the unique sound of each instrument. ...

Yesterday, our Elementary Students showcased their music and drama skills in The Search for Snow Leopard Station, an original musical written and produced by Grade 5. Students in Preschool through Grade 5 sang, danced, and acted their way through our core values, teaching us all...

Students in Elementary Music & Drama shared their creative collaborations in class this week. Each group composed a melody with original lyrics, backed with a percussion part and unique choreography. This Grade 5 group embodied the spirit of Lincoln in their performance. Click here to...

Grade 2 students conceptualized and composed full pieces of music over the last several weeks. This included rhythms, melodies, and original lyrics, closely linked to their poetry unit. Then, a professional opera singer got a hold of one of their pieces for a digital performance....

Megan Highfill is in her second year in Nepal, following teaching experiences in Kansas- USA, Egypt, Indonesia, and Panama. Though her first love is the performing arts, she has also enjoyed teaching learning support, English as an additional language, and library. “My favorite thing about...

Students in Grades 2 & 3 reviewed a few rhythm basics and then started composing. Working hard to create original rhythms, students sought feedback from one another and mastered their compositions in order to teach each other better. ...