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Lincoln Elementary receives state recognition award for second year

Two other local schools named by DPI

9:07 PM, Sep. 5, 2013
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For the second year in a row, a Marshfield elementary school has been recognized as one of the best schools in Wisconsin that primarily educates students from low-income families.

Lincoln Elementary School was named by State Superintendent Tony Evers as a Title I School of Recognition in the Beating the Odds category. That means the students at Lincoln were above-average when it came to achievement when compared with schools from similarly sized districts and poverty levels.

Lincoln wasn't the only regional school to receive the distinction; the Abbotsford Middle-High School received ...

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