Specialty Classes

Sarah Boster


What do artists do? The child is the artist. The classroom is the child's studio. This is the guiding philosophy of Teaching for Artistic Behavior and is one that I have adopted for the last 2 years. Ultimately the goal of art instruction in my classroom is for work to be student-centered, engaging, and relevant to the learner. My role is as a guide and mentor to students to help them to discover their passions and interests, build new artistic techniques and skills in a variety of 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional media, and find themselves among those who came before them and those who pave the way in the world of art. Students are encouraged to be independent, experiment, observe carefully, develop craft, plan, research, collaborate with others, reflect, persist through problems, and yes even make mistakes in order to create their best work. I don't want students to create work that just looks pretty on the refrigerator, but to create work that is unique, meaningful, and personal.

Kensington Eck

My teaching philosophy is simply: if children believe they can do it, they WILL do it. I am passionately committed to giving our young lions the tools they need to be successful onstage and off. I will give my students opportunities to feel brave, confident, successful and creative by developing a nurturing and supportive environment in my classroom and onstage. I want our students to know by the time they graduate from Lincoln that they are ready to take on the world!

Joe Randolph

Physical Education Teacher
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