Lincoln School News
Learn, Lead, Inspire- March, 2018
Thank you to all who attended conferences with your child. If you had to miss, please call your child's teacher and reschedule. We want 100% attendance, as this partnership supports our students in their academic development. Thank you for your support of them as they achieve great things!
The renovations continue and the students had a chance to experience inside recess in the new gym before the floor was installed! It was a blast (see pic from the recess!).
NBC 15 School Shout Out!
Family Teacher Partnership (FTP) News
We had a wonderful Winter Fest! Special thanks to Katrina Resch for her coordination of this event and to the many volunteers who helped make this a fun success!
Thanks to all the volunteers and supporters of our Book Fair! Special thanks to Michelle Marshall, Mindy O'Toole, Jeanne Jonely, Sonia Kachel, Amy Roselle, and Michelle Malone for their extra efforts! We thank you!
Thank you to the families who donated to the teacher dinner during conferences! It is always a treat to have a dinner on a long day!
Thanks to all our volunteers- we appreciate all you do for our school!!
We held a Leadership Week celebrating students being leaders in all aspects of our lives. Lincoln is proud to be the First Leader in Me School in the state of Wisconsin, and part of this involves Leadership opportunities and celebrations for students throughout the year.
The Leadership Week began with opening ceremonies led completely by students. This included sharing in song, setting an all school WIG (Wildly Important Goal), and setting ways to achieve it. Throughout the week, family and community members were invited in to see various activities in the classrooms-led by students. Students shared their thoughts on leadership on the morning announcements and participated in buddy activities and service projects.
The Closing Ceremonies- again led by students- celebrated with song and the achievement of our WIG. Because we achieved keeping our school clean, Mrs. Kilar, wore a large pink WIG throughout lunch periods.
Thank you to all families who were able to stop by and enjoy spending time with our students! It is awesome to see their leadership in action!
IMPORTANT Summer School Information!
Drop off and Pick Up!
PLEASE- the handicap spaces are designated for those who have a disability and subsequent sticker/tag. We have several students, parents and staff who need these spaces. The slanted yellow lined space is for wheelchair loading. IT IS NOT A PARKING SPACE. We appreciate you abiding by the signs!
Pick up and drop off is a great time to model patience and practice rule following for your children. A great discussion starter is to share that we follow rules to keep everyone safe!
Thank you for helping make Lincoln a safe place to learn and grow!