Come one, come all to the Lincoln PTO's movie opening night fundraiser! It was a night filled with fun and excitement for the whole family. We had kids and families dress up in their favorite costumes and as they transported to a magical world on the big screen.
Not only did they enjoy a great movie, but everyone also have the opportunity to contribute to the Lincoln PTO with raffle prizes, costume contests, and more. Amazing prizes while supporting a great cause!
Thank you to everyone who participants and to all the local small businesses who helped sponsor a raffle prize!
We believe it's important for children to see themselves represented in the books they read. We made it a priority to purchase books that showcase diversity for each classroom and our library. Each classroom received 5 new books. And our wonderful librarian Ms. Meisinger shared photos of the books that were purchased for each classroom.
Thanks for the generosity of parents and families who contribute to the PTO's mission, our students will have access to books that feature characters from a variety of backgrounds, cultures, and identities. These books will not only help our students learn about different perspectives and experiences, but they will also continue to foster empathy and understanding within our Lincoln community!
Bike Walk Oak Park recently presented at our PTO meeting about the importance of bike and walking safety around Lincoln Elementary. Presenters Rachel Poretsky and Sylvia Schweri shared valuable information about how to keep our children and families safe while walking or biking in our community.
Their presentation highlighted the benefits of active transportation, while also emphasizing the need for caution and careful planing.
By promoting safe and sustainable modes of transportation, Bike Walk Oak Park is helping to create a healthier, more vibrant community for us all.
Congratulations to all our teachers who have earned their board certification! Your hard work, dedication, and commitment to the profession has paid off. This certification is a testament to your expertise and skill in delivering education to our students. It's a significant accomplishment that recognizes your efforts to continuously improve and expand your knowledge. Keep up the great work, and keep inspiring the next generation of learners!
On Thursday, December 8th, Lincoln staff and families came together for a community dinner. After dinner, parents/guardians and staff participated in integrated circles led by trained facilitators. Circles are used to strengthen relationships, foster feelings of connectedness, open lines of communication, and build common understanding.
On Thursday, December 8th, Lincoln staff and families are invited to a community dinner. After dinner, parents/guardians and staff will participate in integrated circles led by trained facilitators. Circles are used to strengthen relationships, foster feelings of connectedness, open lines of communication, and build common understanding. Childcare will be provided during circle work. This is the first of three Lincoln circle events with the goal of developing community agreements by the last session. This event if free but we ask that you register.
The first in-person (and virtual) Teacher Conferences took place this past October at Lincoln.
The Teacher Appreciation committee dedicated $1,000 to a catered luncheon for family/teacher conferences.
Staff enjoyed a sandwich spread from Starship served in the teacher's lounge on Thursday 10/27. The teachers were so thankful to enjoy this catered lunch and many came down after long conferences and were still able grab from a wide selection.
Special thanks to Ms. Lowry and Mr. C for their support with setup!