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2017 CLAS Schools of Distinctions and Banner Schools

State School Board District 1 Schools of Distinction

Lincoln Elementary School

RockStars

School of Distinction AwardTalladega County Schools

Principal, Mr. Jesse Hooks

Superintendent, Dr. Suzanne Lacey

At Lincoln Elementary School (LES), RockStar PE was developed to enhance social and physical development for special education students. Four rotations of leadership team students joined special education students for RockStar PE classes. Prior to each rotation of student leaders, an orientation was held by the special and physical education departments where students learned about the variety of challenges of the special education students. As RockStar students progressed through the course, they gained real-world skills to eventually lead to a larger setting of organized sports. Rather than competitive games, the class focused on creative games that succeed only when a team works together. Leaving a team member behind is never an option. Community partnerships and grants increased opportunities for Lincoln students, improved the school culture, and led to a student-led campaign to raise money for a hand-pedaled bike to provide equal opportunity for a disabled student. RockStar PE fueled teachers to provide quality instruction and find creative ways to inspire LES students. The program also challenged students to think critically, collaborate with peers, and hone skills physically and emotionally. The small class size of RockStar PE allowed special education students to be engaged with responsible students without feeling different or singled out.

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State School Board District 2 Schools of Distinction

Lincoln Elementary School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

RockStars

School of Distinction AwardTalladega County Schools

Principal, Mr. Jesse Hooks

Superintendent, Dr. Suzanne Lacey

At Lincoln Elementary School (LES), RockStar PE was developed to enhance social and physical development for special education students. Four rotations of leadership team students joined special education students for RockStar PE classes. Prior to each rotation of student leaders, an orientation was held by the special and physical education departments where students learned about the variety of challenges of the special education students. As RockStar students progressed through the course, they gained real-world skills to eventually lead to a larger setting of organized sports. Rather than competitive games, the class focused on creative games that succeed only when a team works together. Leaving a team member behind is never an option. Community partnerships and grants increased opportunities for Lincoln students, improved the school culture, and led to a student-led campaign to raise money for a hand-pedaled bike to provide equal opportunity for a disabled student. RockStar PE fueled teachers to provide quality instruction and find creative ways to inspire LES students. The program also challenged students to think critically, collaborate with peers, and hone skills physically and emotionally. The small class size of RockStar PE allowed special education students to be engaged with responsible students without feeling different or singled out.

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State School Board District 3 Schools of Distinction

Lincoln Elementary School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

RockStars

School of Distinction AwardTalladega County Schools

Principal, Mr. Jesse Hooks

Superintendent, Dr. Suzanne Lacey

At Lincoln Elementary School (LES), RockStar PE was developed to enhance social and physical development for special education students. Four rotations of leadership team students joined special education students for RockStar PE classes. Prior to each rotation of student leaders, an orientation was held by the special and physical education departments where students learned about the variety of challenges of the special education students. As RockStar students progressed through the course, they gained real-world skills to eventually lead to a larger setting of organized sports. Rather than competitive games, the class focused on creative games that succeed only when a team works together. Leaving a team member behind is never an option. Community partnerships and grants increased opportunities for Lincoln students, improved the school culture, and led to a student-led campaign to raise money for a hand-pedaled bike to provide equal opportunity for a disabled student. RockStar PE fueled teachers to provide quality instruction and find creative ways to inspire LES students. The program also challenged students to think critically, collaborate with peers, and hone skills physically and emotionally. The small class size of RockStar PE allowed special education students to be engaged with responsible students without feeling different or singled out.

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State School Board District 4 Schools of Distinction

Lincoln Elementary School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

RockStars

School of Distinction AwardTalladega County Schools

Principal, Mr. Jesse Hooks

Superintendent, Dr. Suzanne Lacey

At Lincoln Elementary School (LES), RockStar PE was developed to enhance social and physical development for special education students. Four rotations of leadership team students joined special education students for RockStar PE classes. Prior to each rotation of student leaders, an orientation was held by the special and physical education departments where students learned about the variety of challenges of the special education students. As RockStar students progressed through the course, they gained real-world skills to eventually lead to a larger setting of organized sports. Rather than competitive games, the class focused on creative games that succeed only when a team works together. Leaving a team member behind is never an option. Community partnerships and grants increased opportunities for Lincoln students, improved the school culture, and led to a student-led campaign to raise money for a hand-pedaled bike to provide equal opportunity for a disabled student. RockStar PE fueled teachers to provide quality instruction and find creative ways to inspire LES students. The program also challenged students to think critically, collaborate with peers, and hone skills physically and emotionally. The small class size of RockStar PE allowed special education students to be engaged with responsible students without feeling different or singled out.

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State School Board District 5 Schools of Distinction

Lincoln Elementary School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

RockStars

School of Distinction AwardTalladega County Schools

Principal, Mr. Jesse Hooks

Superintendent, Dr. Suzanne Lacey

At Lincoln Elementary School (LES), RockStar PE was developed to enhance social and physical development for special education students. Four rotations of leadership team students joined special education students for RockStar PE classes. Prior to each rotation of student leaders, an orientation was held by the special and physical education departments where students learned about the variety of challenges of the special education students. As RockStar students progressed through the course, they gained real-world skills to eventually lead to a larger setting of organized sports. Rather than competitive games, the class focused on creative games that succeed only when a team works together. Leaving a team member behind is never an option. Community partnerships and grants increased opportunities for Lincoln students, improved the school culture, and led to a student-led campaign to raise money for a hand-pedaled bike to provide equal opportunity for a disabled student. RockStar PE fueled teachers to provide quality instruction and find creative ways to inspire LES students. The program also challenged students to think critically, collaborate with peers, and hone skills physically and emotionally. The small class size of RockStar PE allowed special education students to be engaged with responsible students without feeling different or singled out.

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State School Board District 6 Schools of Distinction

Lincoln Elementary School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

RockStars

School of Distinction AwardTalladega County Schools

Principal, Mr. Jesse Hooks

Superintendent, Dr. Suzanne Lacey

At Lincoln Elementary School (LES), RockStar PE was developed to enhance social and physical development for special education students. Four rotations of leadership team students joined special education students for RockStar PE classes. Prior to each rotation of student leaders, an orientation was held by the special and physical education departments where students learned about the variety of challenges of the special education students. As RockStar students progressed through the course, they gained real-world skills to eventually lead to a larger setting of organized sports. Rather than competitive games, the class focused on creative games that succeed only when a team works together. Leaving a team member behind is never an option. Community partnerships and grants increased opportunities for Lincoln students, improved the school culture, and led to a student-led campaign to raise money for a hand-pedaled bike to provide equal opportunity for a disabled student. RockStar PE fueled teachers to provide quality instruction and find creative ways to inspire LES students. The program also challenged students to think critically, collaborate with peers, and hone skills physically and emotionally. The small class size of RockStar PE allowed special education students to be engaged with responsible students without feeling different or singled out.

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State School Board District 7 Schools of Distinction

Lincoln Elementary School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

RockStars

School of Distinction AwardTalladega County Schools

Principal, Mr. Jesse Hooks

Superintendent, Dr. Suzanne Lacey

At Lincoln Elementary School (LES), RockStar PE was developed to enhance social and physical development for special education students. Four rotations of leadership team students joined special education students for RockStar PE classes. Prior to each rotation of student leaders, an orientation was held by the special and physical education departments where students learned about the variety of challenges of the special education students. As RockStar students progressed through the course, they gained real-world skills to eventually lead to a larger setting of organized sports. Rather than competitive games, the class focused on creative games that succeed only when a team works together. Leaving a team member behind is never an option. Community partnerships and grants increased opportunities for Lincoln students, improved the school culture, and led to a student-led campaign to raise money for a hand-pedaled bike to provide equal opportunity for a disabled student. RockStar PE fueled teachers to provide quality instruction and find creative ways to inspire LES students. The program also challenged students to think critically, collaborate with peers, and hone skills physically and emotionally. The small class size of RockStar PE allowed special education students to be engaged with responsible students without feeling different or singled out.

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State School Board District 8 Schools of Distinction

Lincoln Elementary School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

RockStars

School of Distinction AwardTalladega County Schools

Principal, Mr. Jesse Hooks

Superintendent, Dr. Suzanne Lacey

At Lincoln Elementary School (LES), RockStar PE was developed to enhance social and physical development for special education students. Four rotations of leadership team students joined special education students for RockStar PE classes. Prior to each rotation of student leaders, an orientation was held by the special and physical education departments where students learned about the variety of challenges of the special education students. As RockStar students progressed through the course, they gained real-world skills to eventually lead to a larger setting of organized sports. Rather than competitive games, the class focused on creative games that succeed only when a team works together. Leaving a team member behind is never an option. Community partnerships and grants increased opportunities for Lincoln students, improved the school culture, and led to a student-led campaign to raise money for a hand-pedaled bike to provide equal opportunity for a disabled student. RockStar PE fueled teachers to provide quality instruction and find creative ways to inspire LES students. The program also challenged students to think critically, collaborate with peers, and hone skills physically and emotionally. The small class size of RockStar PE allowed special education students to be engaged with responsible students without feeling different or singled out.

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