About Us

Lincoln Vision

Lincoln Elementary will elevate our students by building a community that gives every student a pathway to become

successful socially, emotionally, and academically.

Lincoln Norms

 1. We have a growth mindset and support each other in our learning processes.

2. We chose to be here and we want to be here!

3. We speak positively about our peers, students, school and community.

Selected in 2017

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Exceptional student performance for two or more consecutive years

 

 

 

Principal's Message:

Hello Lincoln Lynx!  I am excited to welcome you back to Lincoln for the 2020-2021 school year.  This year will be memorable, and I hope not just because of the pandemic.  

Things have changed a bit around here as we try to keep everyone safe and healthy.  Please make sure to have your student wear a mask every day, and remind them to wash their hands or sanitize them often.  We are very fortunate in our school design because we have many doors to enter and exit to keep distancing possible.  We also have some students eating lunch in their classroom, others in the cafeteria, and others in the gym.

Our theme this year is The Energy Bus, and is based on the book by Jon Gordon.  We are teaching students how to set goals, have positive energy, choose good friends, stand up for themselves as well as to enjoy their lives.  

Our biggest goal this year is to improve reading.  Please make sure your student reads every day.  This is such a great habit for their entire life.  Younger grade students should read about 20 minutes, but third grade on up should read around 30 minutes per day.  If you need reading material for at  home reading, please let your student’s teacher or the office know!

Thank you for your continued support for Lincoln!

We will set our goals and work hard to achieve this vision.

We also are elevating the norms that our teachers use to include all members of Lincoln's community: families, staff, and especially students.  These norms are the expectations that we will try to live by.  They are as follows: 

 1. We have a growth mindset and support each other in our learning processes.

2. We chose to be here and we want to be here!

3. We speak positively about our peers, students, school and community.

We have set some great goals with action steps to improve reading and mathematics achievement as well as emotional regulation. Watch for news about how we are improving in these areas.

Again, it is great to be a part of this Lincoln community, and I look forward to working with you!

National Distinguished Title 1 School