It has been an exciting start to the 2020-2021 school year as students and staff come together as a learning community! In place of the traditional in-person Back to School Night, your child's teacher will be creating a Welcome Back Video Message to provide parents and guardians a peek into their child's school day. This will be available on Tuesday, September 29th on the teacher's website. Information regarding daily routines, procedures, classroom expectations, and how to support your child at home will be shared.
Dear Parents and Guardians and Lincoln Students, Welcome to the 2020-2021 school year! I am thrilled to start this year and see many return. I also cannot wait to welcome our incoming first graders and new students on the first day of school, September 8th. The teachers have many exciting lessons and activities planned. I am sure the children are looking forward to being with new classmates and teachers! It is imperative this year that we all work together to keep staff and students safe. We all must do our part by wearing face coverings, following social distancing CDC guidelines and … [Read more...] about Some Back to School Reminders
It has certainly been a busy summer at Lincoln School. We worked diligently on our Reopening Plan meeting with staff to plan a return for those selecting to receive instruction in person or remote. Mr. Dobko, our head custodian and his team have worked to get the building ready. We had our inspection yesterday and Mr. Dobko and his team were complimented for their efforts. In addition, we have construction of the two additional classroom occuring. The construction is moving a long and it is exciting to see the blueprint come to life. Class placements for all students will be available … [Read more...] about Back to School Update
Many parents ask me how they can keep their children’s skills on grade level over the summer. I strongly encourage parents to have their children do some academic work 30-40 minutes a day five days a week. Parents should not have young learners complete work all at once, but break it into sections. I try to infuse skills into my son’s everyday activities. Here is what I do as a mother: discuss fractions while measuring ingredients for a fun treat, estimate distance the ball traveled while playing outside, skip counting in the car, math fact flash cards races and one skills sheet a … [Read more...] about Summer Enrichment