May Newsletter

Lincoln Elementary School

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*Thank you to the Special Education Committee for completing this bulletin board.*

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Lincoln families! We wanted to remind our families that donating officially opened today for our Lions Dance Fit! Our goal is to raise $13,000!!

Remember to register on MYBOOSTER.COM and share your page! Thank you, families!

Start Donating and Sharing Your Pledge Link

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Our Lincoln Lions showcased their musical talents at the Lincoln Spring Concert. We were so proud of them. Big congrats to Mrs. Mount, Ms. Casto, Mr. Ridge, and Mr. Borselli for all their hard work in making this a wonderful night for our Lincoln school community.

Here is the link to the playlist!

Important Information:

Important Dates:

May 2: Eid- No school

May 3-May 6- Teacher Appreciation Week

May 30: Memorial Day- No 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 for more details.

-Check out our website and click on GRADE LEVEL NEWS tab for specific information!

~K News

~Grade 1 News

~Grade 2 News

~Grade 3 News

~Grade 4 News

~Grade 5 News

~ESL News

~Physical Education News


Our state testing will take place in May for all students in grades 3-5. Students will be assessed in ELA and Math. 5th grade students will also be testing in Science.

Please, view our NJSLA letter from the district.

Helpful Resources:

Practice Tests

FAQ for Parents

Tutorials for Computer Based Testing

A List of 100 Top Books to Read

READ, READ, and READ SOME MORE! Click HERE for the list!


The May Reading Room...Here is the collection of May themed read alouds for your classes.

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!

7th- Mrs. Dvorscak

7th- Mrs. O'Malley

14th- Mrs. Bobal

25th- Mrs. Dominic

28th- Mrs. Sharlow