Spring into Lincoln Street
Exceptional things happen here
April was a busy month here at Lincoln Street! From a black out, to a visit abroad, there's never a dull moment at LSES. Here's a little peak of what we have all been up to and what you can look forward to in the month of May.
This year's McTeacher Night took place on April 5th. Lincoln Street raised $699.08, good job Lynx! Thank you to all those who attended and volunteered in order to make this night a success.
BOGO book fair
Oregon Symphony Kinder Konzert & Metropolitan Youth Symphony Concert
Latino Festival Parade
The Lynx greeted the entire Hillsboro community at its first public appearance at this year's Latino Cultural festival.
LSES students, staff, and families alike were happy to gather around the Lynx for a photo-op.
LSES Lynx and Witch Hazel Wolf meeting and greeting for the first time.
Latino Festival Parade
Teacher & staff appreciation week
Teacher Appreciation Week, which is the first full week in May of each year, is the time to show appreciation to teachers and personnel alike. The National Education Association describes National Teacher Day “as a day for honoring teachers and recognizing the lasting contributions they make to our lives”. PTO has generously provided lunch for all staff on Wednesday, May 3, along with a sweet treat the following day. Thank you!
On May 11th from 6 to 7:30 p.m. we will welcome our incoming kindergarten students at kinder orientation. Mrs. Maher, Mrs. Lemons, and Mrs. Lopez are working hard to prepare information, resources, and presentations for the incoming students. The first 50 kinder students who attend the orientation will receive a free backpack with school supplies -
Proud to be HSD
Saturday, May 13th, 8am-1:30pm
Downtown Hillsboro Farmers' Market
Here's what you can look forward to:
- STE(A)M Pavilion
- College and Career Pathways Area
- Athletics/Activities Area
- Art Walk – variety of downtown businesses
- Chess Challenge
- Student Performances
- School Pride Banners – throughout the festival area
- Community Partner Booths – throughout the festival area
May 22 - May 26
Make sure to show your school spirit by saddling up for Western theme dress up on Thursday, May 25th. Yeehaw!
Remember not to show up to school on Monday, May 29th. It is Memorial day so there will be no classes.