LSES Weekly Update

Exceptional things happen here!

Week of April 25-29

A peek into the 4th grade...

4th graders are in the middle of SBAC testing. They are doing a great job staying focused and doing their best. When they are not testing, they have been learning about how to survive tsunamis and earthquakes. They have also been working hard on their Science Fair projects. The science Fair will be on April 28 from 5:30PM-7:30PM. Come see their science projects, look through microscopes and play new, interactive puzzles!

4th graders are looking forward to their upcoming field trip to the Aroura Colonies. Nearly 600 people, almost all German and Swiss emigrants, established and lived in the Aurora Colony from 1856 to 1883. Students will get the chance to make candles, bake bread in a wood stove, use a cross-cut saw or spin wool, while they discover how pioneer families shared labor and helped each other. This is such a fun and interactive way for students to learn about history.

We want to congratulate our very own Mr. Stemple who ran in the Boston Marathon last week! The Boston Marathon has been an elite event for 119 years, but Mr. Stemple has only participated for 3 years. He ran so well, that he qualified for next year's race. Congratulations!!

Lincoln Street Kindergarten Orientation

LSES families with children entering Kindergarten in the fall of 2016 are asked to attend our Kindergarten Orientation on Thursday, May 12, from 6:00PM-7:30PM. We will share information that will help prepare students entering school for the first time. Future students and parents will be able to meet the teachers, take a tour of classrooms, learn about curriculum and the skills they should know before starting kindergarten. There will also be a dual-language presentation so that you can learn how this program will benefit your child. Parents will also learn about volunteer opportunities.

Family University - FAMU

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We are pleased to announce the new session of our Family University! Starting May 4, every Wednesday evening for 6 weeks, FAMU will offer various classes to parents and children including Spanish or English language (via Rosetta Stone), computer literacy, Parenting with Love and Logic, Seed to Table gardening, and an exercise class. All classes will be taught in both Spanish and English. The evening will begin at 5:30PM with a light dinner and classes will begin at 6:00PM. Classes will be 1 hour each (except for the gardening class which will be 2 hours long each evening). You can pick 2 classes that interest you. All classes and dinner are FREE! Bring your children! Learning based childcare will be provided for pre K - 6th grade. Registration forms have already been sent home. If you can't find yours, there are extra copies in the office. Classes will fill up quickly, so get your registration form turned in soon!

What's happening this week:


Spirit Week - student store open all week

Power Paw recess grades K-2 1:10PM-1:25PM

TAG grades 4 & 5 1:15PM-2:00PM

BLAST 2:10PM-5:00PM


Spirit theme: Career Day

Power Paw recess grades 3-6 1:10PM-1:25PM

TAG grade 6A 1:15PM-2:00PM

Science Club class 3 2:10PM-4:00PM

5th & 6th grade band 2:10PM-3:45PM

BLAST 2:10PM-5:00PM

Mariachi 4:00PM-5:30PM


Donuts with Dads 7:15AM-7:40AM

Early Release 1:35PM

Bricks4Kidz 1:40PM-2:40PM

Adelante Chicas 1:40PM-4:00PM

BLAST 1:40PM-5:00PM

Concert and Curriculum Night grades K-1 6:00PM-7:00PM


Lynx Leader Party 1:35PM

TAG grades 6B 1:15PM-2:00PM

Garden Club 2:10PM-4:00PM

BLAST 2:10PM-5:00PM

Mariachi 4:00PM-5:30PM

Science Fair 5:30 PM-7:00PM


Box Tops for Education drive ends

School Colors Day

TAG grades 2 & 3 1:15PM-2:00PM

Spirit Assembly 1:35PM

BLAST 2:10PM-5:00PM

Lincoln Street Elementary

Lincoln Street Elementary serves over 560 elementary students in grades K-6. Our school has a Dual Language Program in grades K-3 and we hope to add a new grade level per school year until we complete a K-6 Dual Language program. Please visit our Website or contact our school for additional information regarding our programs and services, or to get involved in our school.