Lincoln Bulletin

December 10, 2021


This upcoming week student council has set to be spirit week, see the details below for the week!



Tuesday, December 14th - CRAZY HAIR DAY

Wednesday, December 15th - DECADE DAY

Thursday, December 16th - LUNCH/WINTER MOVIE

Friday, December 17th - PAJAMA/COMFY CLOTHES DAY

Wednesday, December 15, 2021 - Orchestra Concert (info below)

Thursday, December 16, 2021 - Band Concert (info below)

Friday, December 17, 2021 - Last day of school in 2021-Class parties

December 20, 2021, through January 3, 2022 - Winter Break

January 4, 2022-Classes resume

Lincoln School

Our Vision-Lincoln School is a community that fosters a sense of belonging to grow as a citizen and a learner.

Lincoln leopards are respectful, responsible, and safe---Roar!

Yearlong Theme-Rooted Together Branching Out!

Highlights you will find:

  • Dates to remember
  • Principals Desk
  • Virtual Bookfair
  • Art Volunteers in the Classroom (AVIC) is back
  • Band and Orchestra Winter concerts

Principals Desk

As we approach our final week of the year, I consider all that has occurred over the past year. A year ago we were on an adaptive pause, teaching once again remotely. This year we have been fortunate to welcome all of our students back and we have sustained school as regularly as we are able to while continuing to be cautious and careful.

This past week our students all took the iReady diagnostic test. In reviewing preliminary data I couldn't be more proud of the hard work of our staff. Everyone has pulled together to teach and support all of our students. Our Lincoln students continue to show flexibility, hard work, problem solving and perseverance. Thank you for all of your care and support this past year.

This final week our student council has decided to sponsor a spirit week, each day has a theme. Please support your son in daughter to participate in this fun final week. Classes will wrap up the week Friday with their class parties. Room parents are planning a fun afternoon, and each class is limited to only 3 adults who need to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test. These protocols are included below.


This is just a reminder to label all of your children’s belongings (hoodies, coats, water bottles, lunch boxes, etc). We have already had some items turned into the Lost & Found with no names on them. If these items are labeled, we can bring them back to your student’s class.

Virtual Book Fair

Our Virtual Book Fair is in full swing! If you would like to order, please do so online at no later than Dec. 13. Books will be delivered to school on Dec. 16 unless you select shipping or a different pickup location when you order. If you would like to purchase a book to donate, visit the teacher wish lists. All proceeds support our Lincoln LRC. Thank you for supporting literacy at Lincoln! For more information, click here.

D303 is looking for Substitute Nurses!

Do you have a friend, neighbor or relative who has a nursing license

and is looking for work?

A D303 substitute nurse has a flexible schedule, an opportunity use their nursing skills

and work in any of our 18 district school buildings.

Many former D303 substitutes have gone on to become district employees.

Please share the following contact information:

Juanita Gryfinski, Dept Chair, D303 Health Services at 331-228-3834 or

Kristen Pozna, District Substitute Coordinator at 331-228-4924 or

Be on the Lookout for Artsonia Permission Slips

Be on the Lookout for Artsonia Permission Slips

Lincoln Elementary is creating online student art portfolios on Artsonia manages student art portfolios in a safe and educational manner, developing students' pride and self-esteem and involving parents and relatives in arts education. Your child needs your permission to create a digital portfolio of their artwork.

Parents/guardians who are new to can find the Parent Code on the permission form that will be sent home with each student.

Artwork will be added during the remainder of the year for families to enjoy.

Please feel free to reach out to Lincoln's art teacher Mrs. Watts at if you have any questions.

Art Volunteers In The Classroom (AVIC) is back!

Art Volunteers In The Classroom (AVIC) is back!

Do you want to volunteer for the Lincoln PTO but have limited time?

AVIC might be your answer!

Need volunteers for PMK, Ms. Klotz and Ms. McConkey's classroom-

Get creative in the classroom! Once a month, share art through presentations and art projects. There are framed prints hanging in the halls for your inspiration. Each print has a resource packet full of information and ideas for lessons and art projects.

Volunteer for your child's class! The students love the fun and educational presentations. We need 2-4 volunteers to share the responsibility in each classroom. If no one volunteers for your child's class, think of what they'll be missing!

Sign up to volunteer by clicking the link below

If you are interested in learning more about AVIC, please email Anne Staat at

Orchestra and Band Concerts


Date: Wednesday, 12/15/21

Location: Norris Cultural Arts Center on the East HS campus

5:00pm - arrival for Beginning Strings

5:30pm - Concert begins

7:00pm - arrival for Advanced 4th grade and 5th grade Strings

7:30pm - Concert begins


Date: Thursday, 12/16/21

Location: Thompson Middle School Gym

6:40pm - students arrive

7:00pm - Concert begins