Lincoln Bulletin

September 30, 2022

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!

District and School Theme-Be Here, Be You, Belong!

Highlights you will find:

  • Dates to remember
  • Principals Desk
  • Erin's Law information
  • PTO Newsletter
  • Staff Spotlight
  • Walk to School Information-Oct. 12
  • Changes to District Website
  • From the PTO-Run-A-Thon details
  • Lunch and breakfast Menus
  • District Book Study Information
  • AVIC Volunteers wanted
  • Book Fair at Lincoln
  • Dentist information


Tuesday, October 4 through Friday, October 7, 2022

Book Fair

Thursday and Friday, October 6-7, 2022

Parent-Teacher Conferences – NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS

(Pick-a-Time parent instructions are included below)

Friday, October 7, 2022

Kick-a-Thon, St. Charles North High School

Monday, October 10, 2022


Wednesday, October 12, 2022

International Walk to School Day

Friday, October 14, 2022

Picture re-take day

Principals Desk

This week we had a wonderful day for our Run-A-Thon, thank you to Ms. Semenek for helping facilitate that great energized fun event. Thank you To Maria Guilbert for organizing the reminders, rewards and details for the event. Below we have information from the PTO regarding our top winners/donations. The winning class and also our PE teachers for the day, and the drawing winners. Congratulations to ALL! Lincoln School and its students will benefit from this successful fundraising event. We also raised over $200 from our Portillo's restaurant night, thank you all who went there are ordered.

Today we celebrated our August and September birthday lunches with kindergarten and first graders with a picnic lunch on the north lawn and story time by our school garden by the library.

Also during lunch for our 2-5 graders I shared information about our upcoming student council campaign and election. The information was distributed to students in grades 3-5 who can run for officers, Students in grades 2-5 are able to run for classroom representatives, info will be coming regarding that. (all the information is linked as pdf below, students need to submit interest and petition next week)

Here is a link to the Google Form that will be used to gather directory data:

If you would like your student(s) included in the 2022-23 Lincoln Directory, please fill out this Google form: . Entries are due by Friday, October 7. The directory will be printed and distributed to families. Thank you!

Erin's Law

A reminder that Erin's Law (Illinois Public Act 097-1147) requires public schools to provide child sexual abuse prevention education for all children in grades pre-kindergarten through twelfth annually. This includes students in instructional programs (ACCESS, OASIS, RISE, STRIVE). Please note that instructional resources are adapted for students' developmental levels and individualized learning needs.

At the elementary level, instruction is provided by social workers and psychologists in partnership with classroom teachers. At the middle and high school levels, instruction is provided as part of the Health & Wellness curriculum. Erin's Law is not sexual education; it is personal safety instruction. Families must be informed annually of student participation. Should you receive questions regarding Erin's Law from parents/families, please reference this Erin's Law Q&A document.

Staff Spotlight-

Occupation: School Nurse

Place of birth: Chicago, Illinois

Family: David, husband and daughters Elaina (10), Chloe (8)

Pets: 2 dogs (James and Gus), 1 cat (Dante), 1 hamster (Ted), 2 guinea pigs (Scout and Jem), and 1 snake (Medusa)

Favorite sport: Softball/baseball

Favorite thing to do over the weekend: Nap!! Watch my girls play softball.

Favorite book: Harry Potter Series

What superhero would you be? Iron Man

One wish: world peace

Favorite food: pizza

Dairy Queen or Oberweis? Dairy Queen

Favorite Season: Fall

Favorite Team: Chicago Cubs

Airplane or Road trip: Road trip, unless I get the itch to see the ocean!

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Walk, Bike and/or Roll to school

Lincoln is looking forward to participating in Walk to School Day on Wednesday, October 12th. The Lincoln staff will be greeting students by getting off of their buses before school and walking around the track with them. Students dropped off in front are welcome to join us on the track as well, or walk, bike or roll to school from home and join us on the back blacktop.

Changes to the District Website

Please be aware that the District 303 website will undergo construction during the week of October 3 to reflect recent changes to names and titles within the Department of Learning & Teaching. These changes have been made to better align with the work and responsibilities of the department. The most notable changes are:

  • The Department of Instructional Interventions will now be the Department of Student Services
  • Staff, Family and Student Services will now be Student Programs

Page names and links will update to reflect these new titles, and other changes may occur. Thank you for your understanding."

Learn and Share Sessions -


LRCs across the district have worked together to bring you a monthly newsletter! The LRC Monthly Community Newsletter is designed to share information on literacy-based special events and programs in our area as well as promote a joy for reading and technology in the homes of D303 families. Check it out!.

From our PTO

2022 Lincoln PTO RUN-A-THON Results

Thank you for supporting the Run-a-thon!! It was a great success! Thank you to all the parents who came out to support their student(s) on Run-a-thon Day!

We surpassed our School Goal of raising $5000 and students will be treated to a Friday Fun Day! More details to follow.

Ms. Barczak’s First Grade Class collected the most “dollars/student” and will receive the Run-a-thon Trophy and a pizza party!

Many classes will be receiving WISH LIST BUCKS, which they can use to purchase classroom or playground items!

Congrats to the Top Pledge Earners by class! They will get to "Be the P.E. Teacher".

Top Pledge Earners

ADK: Milena King

AMK: Sid Salvador, Audriana Huber

1B: Vincent Hernandez

1H: Madison Pierce

2G: Edith Anderson

2K: Billy O’Brien, Eli Mols, Alex Sowinski, Isla Sink

3D: Victoria Lyons, Lotus Mols, Colton Becker

3M: Kensington Long

4U: Evan Pierce

5M: Brynn McGrath

Run-a-thon Raffle Winners

Grand Prize:Jackson Lee

Runner's Up Prizes--

Griffin Guilbert

Maggie Pacelli

Vinny Hernandez

Emma Rehak

Will Pokorny

Jack Roggemann

Bradley Abts

Nolan Kersey

Jaxston Stewart

Avery Wingstedt

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