Lincoln will be having their annual Open House on Thursday Sept. 1st. This event gives the parents an opportunity to greet their student’s teachers. The parents can also update their Final Forms in two of the designated computer labs. Also, you can visit the various tables that will be set up in the hall. There will be pantry items and lost and found table, Reading support for literacy give away items, Akron Children’s Hospital, A table with a scavenger hunt for our students who attend to participate in and outside the Art rooms is a Photo stand to take selfies. We hope to see you there!!!
Grades PK-2 - 5:00 - 7:00pm
Grades 3-5 - 5:30 - 7:30pm
Grades 6-8 - 6:00 - 8:00pm
Josie Pierce, a preK student, is posing in front of the Lincoln selfie station. =]
Student Council is sponsoring a Holiday Spirit Week following the schedule below:
Dec. 11th – Crazy Christmas
Dec. 12th – Dress as your favorite Christmas Character
Dec. 13th – Christmas hats and socks
Dec. 14th – Ugly Christmas sweater or Christmas sweater
Dec. 15th – Pajama Day! Polar Express Day
The entire building will be having an opportunity to participate in a Picture Retake Day this Thursday, December 7th.
For those students who purchased a packet of pictures this past fall, and wishing for a new photo, may bring the old photos in the original packet and have another picture taken.
For those students not purchasing a packet in the fall, and would like to take advantage of a winter session, may do so by asking their teacher for a packet prior to Wednesday afternoon.
Students will bring the completed packets, along with money’s with them this Thursday to the photo shoot.
Responsibility will be the focus for all of our K-8 students for November 27-December 15.
Students in grades K-5 earning this incentive will be treated to hot chocolate, popcorn, and a movie. See the image below for K-2 expectations.
Students in grades 6-8 earning this incentive will be treated to winter centers including karaoke.
Students and staff will be off November 22nd through November 26th. Have a safe and enjoyable break.
Students are able to dress up in the following themed days to celebrate kindness week:
Monday “Peace, Love, and Kindness” – wear your favorite tie-dye
Tuesday “Kindness Ties us Together” – wear a tie or bowtie
Wednesday “United We Stand” – wear red, white, and blue
Thursday “Crazy for Kindness” – wear crazy socks or have crazy hair
Friday “Team Kindness” – wear favorite sports team
Parent Teacher Conferences are from 4-8PM.
Pick up your laptop or iPad if it has been requested in the middle school office.
Pick up fundraiser items in the small gym.
Visit the Scholastic Book Fair on the stage.
Mrs. Pishotti and Mrs. Boyer’s 2nd grade class recited the Pledge of Allegiance and broadcasted on Channel 33 WYTV.
Click on the link below to view.
The band and choir played and sang patriotic favorites at an assembly held in their honor on November 10th.
Students were able to invite a veteran to be honored at this special assembly.
Staff will be in county wide learning sessions all day on November 7th.