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With the third quarter ending and the goal of reaching proficiency for the 2010 school year well underway, the students and staff at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School are once again participating in their own style of March Madness. Students earn orange proficiency basketball style stickers for each “3” they individually score on an open response question and a “4” for each distinguished open response. Students from kindergarten to fifth grade are involved with the grade 3-5 having to earn the most to reach their class to 85 percent proficiency. Once each student reaches the required proficiency of their grade level, the child is awarded a proficiency tattoo. When the entire school reaches proficiency, Principal Amber Thurman will be duct taped to the wall for the student body to view.