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On January 7, seven LINCS Elementary School 5th grade music students performed at the Wisconsin Choral Directors Conference in the 2017 All-State Children’s Choir. Pictured from L to R front row are Cole Travis, Emerson Ellenwood and Davin Parboteeah. In the back row are Mrs. Christine Hayes, Lauren Rollette, Leah Newmann, Myialynn Cobbs, Cosette Wildermuth-Breitzman and guest conductor Ms. Emily Ellsworth. The LINCS students were among 108 5th and 6th grade choral students selected from across the state to perform at the Grand Theater in Wausau. Prior to their group rehearsal on the day of their concert, the students rehearsed many hours on their own and with LINCS music teacher, Mrs. Christine Hayes. Guest conductor for the Children’s Choir was Emily Ellsworth, Artistic Director of the renowned Glen Ellyn Children’s Chorus in Chicago, and a popular guest clinician throughout the United States and overseas. The LINCS students loved the opportunity of singing with other children from across the state who are passionate about creating beautiful music. They made new friends from other schools and thought the Grand Theater was beautiful. They enjoyed the challenging music selections and working with Ms. Ellsworth. To quote the students, “It was a once in a lifetime event and an awesome experience.” They learned a lot about clear diction and vocal projection. Mrs. Hayes and the students are extremely grateful to the Whitewater Music Parents Association for their generous scholarships that were awarded to the students so that they could participate in the All-State Choir!
Congratulations to these Lincoln student authors and artists who are 2017 Whitewater District Southern Lakes Anthology winners! Their work will now go on to the regional competition, which will determine publication in the Southern Lakes Anthology. L to R: Richi Kalra (grade 4), Elora Wildermuth-Breitzman (3), Cosette Wildermuth-Breitzman (5), Ghati Binagi (5), Madysen Stevens (3) and Henry Gehrenbeck (4).
Some 2nd grade students enjoy a visually stunning, but tastefully deceiving breakfast. They read a Super Kids magazine article on making "eggs" with a vanilla yogurt base and peach to top it off for the "yolk." Bon apetit!