Lincoln Lion's Local Buzz
March 15, 2019
Maximizing your time
FIRST EVER: KCS JOB FAIR!
Know someone who wants a job?
Tell them to come out!
Thursday, March 21st 3:00-7:00
Hiring for all positions
Safety Reminder At Dismissal
On another note, but not directly safety related, we are going to attempt to get a book case put in the auditorium in order to place some released reading material from the library for kids to look at while waiting for the bus. Thanks Krystal for thinking of purposeful ways to reuse some unused books from our library!
April Faculty Meeting
Heads Up! Emergency Drills Next Week
We also need to do an emergency weather drill this week too. Emergency weather drill week was during the week we had our "Illness Break" so we have put it off until now. Please prep your students for the drill so they know how to duck and cover in the hallway. We will plan to do this on Thursday right after announcements. 5th graders will late for RA because they will do the drill with their homeroom. If you have questions please let the office know. As I have never done this drill in this building and this is not a drill that is done in New England--hurricane drills are just "you are not in school". ---I may need to rely on others to answer your questions.
3rd 9 Weeks Behavior Celebration
The behavior team will need the list of the students who will be behind and what room you will have them report to. A member from the behavior team will be in that room to work with those students so teachers can go to the party if they want to. We will have a lesson for students to reflect on making good behavior choices.
The theme will be a beach party and we will have lots of fun beachy games to play during the party.
APPLICATION TO FACILITATE SUMMER STANDARDS TRAINING NOW OPEN
Application to Facilitate Summer Standards Training Now Open
Contact: Stephanie Potter
The application to facilitate summer standards training for the courses listed in the table below is now open until March 27. Facilitators will deliver training on content knowledge and pedagogy to support teacher instructional practice, school leadership, and effective implementation of the Tennessee Academic Standards.
Social StudiesScienceMathematicsSchool Leaders
Grade 8 and U.S. HistoryGrades K–2
Physical Science (High School)Grades K–2
Grades 9–12All school leaders