Lincoln Bulletin

September 7, 2018

Dates to remember

September 4-14 Performance Series Assessment Window

Monday, September 10 Board of Education Meeting 7:00 PM at Ferson Creek Elementary Friday, September 14-Donate a dollar and wear a hat to school, donations for the kick-a-thon

  • Run a thon all-school assembly at 9:30 am

Monday, September 17 5th Grade Field Trip to Otter Creek

Tuesday, September 18 AT Math Curriculum Night 5:00 PM in Room 101

Friday, September 28 Kick-a-Thon St. Charles North High School

Thursday, October 4 Color Portraits retakes & group/classroom photos

  • PTO meeting in LRC 4:30 PM

Friday, October 5 NO CLASS FOR STUDENTS School Improvement Day

Monday, October 8 Columbus Day Holiday – NO SCHOOL

Principal Letter

Today, was one of Lincoln Safety Days where all students and staff practiced the three primary safety procedures: Fire/Evacuation, Lock Down and Severe Weather. Safety is one of our highest priorities at Lincoln. Practicing safety procedures allows us to make critical observations, and allows myself a chance to evaluate and see how things work. I could not have been more impressed with the attentiveness and responsiveness of the students during the severe weather drill. Students moved to their designated areas swiftly and safely. In addition, students remained extremely quiet during all drills. Our lockdown drill provided our staff with multiple opportunities to be reflective regarding the most efficient ways to get all students safe and secure. Our next fire and lock down drills will be attended by the St. Charles police and fire departments in order to continue the feedback process to ensure our students are as safe as possible in emergency situations. I encourage all parents to talk with your child about the safety procedures in place at Lincoln and in their individual classrooms.


The annual Kick-A-Thon will be September 28th at St. Charles North High School. Each school in District 303 has been raising money to help the fight cancer. I want to thank all parents and students who have already donated to this great cause. Our ‘Lincoln Leopard” school banner, will be on display during the evening and will display the signatures of students that donate money through participation in a special day that students can wear a hat of their choice and donate a dollar next Friday, September 14 .


Yesterday was our first PTO meeting of the year, thank you for those that were able to attend. I am attaching the PTO newsletter and a form to complete so that you can be part of the directory, please complete the form so your information will be included in the new directory. This often is used to help families connect and possibly plan ways for your kids to get together socially, along with ways the PTO can distribute information.