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LHS students enrolled in Mandarin, Asian Art

September 29, 2011

LINCOLN – Sitting at an all-red table with the “Longevity” symbol painted on the top in black, art teacher Susan Kolenda and language teacher Becky Regan peruse this “Confucius Classroom” at Lincoln High School in awe.
One wall is devoted to a colorful painting of a mammoth Chinese dragon, that achieved by LHS Special Education instructor Chris Jones. Above a window is a bright red cornice with gold trim and a black Chinese symbol, courtesy of the talents of Kolenda herself.
Inside the room stand six such tables, each surrounded by five or six all-black, cushioned chairs.

School department honors its best

September 29, 2011

WOONSOCKET – The School Department honored its best Wednesday night, presenting its annual recognition awards to a teacher, a teacher assistant, a secretary and a custodian.
Jessica Frechette, a special needs teacher, collected Teacher of the Year honors for the department for her role in helping students in the classroom and also for her work to add an accessible playground structure at the Globe Park Elementary School where she works.

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