• In-Person learning starts this month! Here is the official dance schedule for in person learners! 


    6A comes to dance on A Week Wednesdays at 3:10 pm

    6B comes to dance on B Week Wednesdays at 3:10 pm

    6C comes to dance on B Week Mondays at 3:10 pm


    Students can see what class they are in on Canvas through the page called "What class am I in?" This page is linked in each morning's announcements! 


    The weekly assignments page will also remind students which class will be reporting to dance and when!


    Check the Expectations page for more info on what to expect when returning to the classroom!


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    Remind Info:

    6th text @gekggdc to the # 81010

    7th text @dbgb2 to the # 81010

    8th text @gggaebk to the # 81010


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  • Distance Learning Info for Parents

    Distance Learning information for parents is posted here: Distance Learning During COVID-19 School Closures.


    Help for Hungry Students
    In addition to our “grab and go” locations at GCS schools, we have expanding our meal program by adding community locations the district is designating as “satellite meal locations.” The sites are listed on the front page of our website:  Grab and Go and Satellite Meal Locations.

    Call Center and Student Crisis Hotline
    The GCS COVID-19 call center
    operates Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. through Friday, March 27. The GCS call center can be reached at 336-332-7290. This is for questions from students, parents and the public about school closures, distance learning, special education, food assistance locations, how people can help, etc.

    The GCS Student Crisis Hotline operates 24-7 and is staffed by GCS counselors, social workers, school psychologists and those trained to assist students in crisis. (This does not replace 911 for emergencies.) the student crisis number is 336-332-7295.


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Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of the Arts in Dance from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Ms. Damman

Ms. Damman has been dancing for over 10 years and has been teaching at Lincoln for two years. She graduated from UNCG with a degree in Dance Education and spent four years on the Athletics Dance Team. Dance students will learn dance techniques in the styles of Jazz, Ballet, Hip Hop, and Modern Dance. Students will learn about Dance History, Movement Analysis, and Choreography!