Lincoln Elementary- News
November 3rd, 2020
WINTER CLOTHING DRIVE
Where: Lincoln Elementary School (North Doors)
When: Thursday, November 5th 11am-2pm
Who: Mrs. Kelly’s 4th grade Class
What: We are collecting gently used and clean winter gear that will be donated to students in Fargo who are in need. We are accepting all sizes of winter coats, snow pants, gloves, hats, boots, scarves.
Why: We are doing this project in support of Project Kindness through Landon’s Light Foundation. We are inspired by Landon’s Journey and life and we are excited to donate winter gear to those in need!
Lincoln PTA Meeting- November 16th- Via ZOOM at 6:45 pm
Topic: Lincoln October PTA Meeting
Megan Kiser is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Lincoln -PTA Meeting 2020-2021
Time: Nov 16, 2020 06:45 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 833 2078 2518
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Lincoln Title 1
Title I: What you Need to Know
As a Title I school, Lincoln Elementary receives federal funds for Title I programs that are part of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). As a recipient of these funds, Lincoln Elementary has committed itself to providing enriching learning activities for its stakeholders and sharing responsibility with both parents and students to improve academic achievement, as outlined in the School-Parent Compact. Additionally, Lincoln Elementary is required to notify parents of particular components outlined in the law. Through the Interactive Dashboard, parents are able to be notified regarding the performance measures outlined in the state’s accountability system. The Parents Right to Know document is also a valuable resource as it lays out what information parents have the right to request and ascertain from the school regarding topics like the professional qualifications of staff, state and local policy, and parental rights regarding student participation in mandated assessments. Additionally, the District School Parent and Family Engagement Policy outlines what actions FPS and the school will be taking to provide effective parent and family engagement activities to improve student achievement and school performance. Copies of each of these documents can be found below, and you are encouraged to read through them.