Lincoln Bulletin

December 17, 2021

UPCOMING DATES

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
  • Student Council Updates
  • Photos from Spirit week, band and orchestra concerts
  • Photos from Watch Dogs

Principals Desk

As we enter our winter break, I want to wish every single Lincoln family a happy, relaxing, and joy-filled two weeks. Please take this time to celebrate your families and build traditions and lifelong memories. My boys are returning from hockey in New Jersey and I look forward to cookie baking, and hopefully some outdoor ice skating, and sledding this break. Happy holidays from my family to yours.


This past week we had many fun-filled celebrations across the school, including spirit week, movie watching at lunch, Grinch day, wrapping the week and final days of 2021 with pajama day, the culmination of our food drive, and classroom celebrations!


Our band and orchestra students did a remarkable job on Wednesday and Thursday showcasing their learning in the first return to in-person performance.

Student Council Updates

Thank you to our student council for organizing a fun spirit week! Also with their leadership, Lincoln was able to conduct a food drive to benefit the Food Depository. We were able to collect enough boxes to fill Mrs. Kappele's jeep and it weighed in as 253 pounds of food! Great job Lincoln! Look out for information in January or February for a schoolwide service project. We will share details regarding this in the new year.

LOST AND FOUND

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.

What is happening in EMPOWER?

During the end of November and the month of December, students in Empower will be experiencing new modules! The fifth graders will get an introduction to World Languages with our FLEX module, and our K-4 students will address a need in their community with our Make a Difference Module. See some of the photos of the work our students have done!


FLEX MODULE

MAKE A DIFFERENCE MODULE

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 juanita.gryfinski@d303.org

Kristen Pozna, District Substitute Coordinator at 331-228-4924 or kristen.pozna@d303.org.

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.com. 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 Artsonia.com 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

christine.watts@d303.org if you have any questions.