June Newsletter

Lincoln Elementary School

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*Thank you to Ms. Alexa and Ms. Fleischmann for helping us celebrate all different backgrounds and cultures! We are so proud of all you do for our students.*

Important Information:

Important Dates:

June 1: Ice Cream Social for ESL students and Families

June 1: STEM Night

June 16: Early Dismissal

June 17: Early Dismissal; Last Day of School


-Please join our PTO. Your support has a huge impact on the activities and events we can provide to our Lincoln students. Please visit https://lncpto.wixsite.com/lincolnpto for more details.

Supply Lists for Next School Year (2022-2023)

International Games

Ms. Eng's 3rd grade engaged in playing various International Games together. Her class learned about Chinese Tangrams and then worked on creating their own pictures with their tans! They also learned how to play a Sumatra Game: Semut, Orang, Gajah. They continued to play a new international game each day for an entire week. They had so much fun! See below for more pictures and a link to International Games you can plat at home!
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A List of 100 Top Books to Read

READ, READ, and READ SOME MORE! Click HERE for the list!
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Thank you Mrs. Petonak and Ms. Lepinkski! We appreciate you for creating helpful visuals for our Lincoln students!

Health Information:

It’s that time of year again, as per NJ state law- the mandated yearly health screenings are underway! I have joined the fight to save sight for our students by implementing instrument-based vision screenings along with visual acuity-based screenings with an eye chart. The photo screening device (which is like a special camera) can objectively test your child’s eyes for 6 potential visual conditions. It also works with their eyeglasses on and tells if the prescription is correct. It is estimated that 1 in 4 school-aged children has an undiagnosed vision condition that can negatively impact their ability to learn. Children generally don’t complain about their vision and many problems are not obvious. Unfortunately, many eye problems worsen over time. Early detection and treatment is essential to avoid permanent visual impairments. Many conditions are usually treated with eyeglasses. If you have received a vision referral for your child from their health screening, a comprehensive eye exam with an eye care professional is recommended for a formal diagnosis. Please return the referrals to me as soon as possible and together we can win the fight to save sight for our children. If you do not have insurance and/or need assistance with your vision referral, please contact the nurse.

Happy Birthday to YOU!

3rd- Mrs. Smith

9th- Mrs. Gil

10th- Ms. Lepinsky

15th- Mrs. Williams

18th- Mrs. Collins

21st- Mrs. Brucki

22nd- Mrs. Brennan

26th- Mrs. Primamore

28th- Mrs. Ferreira