The Book Fair is open on Sept. 13-15 from 8:30 am-4:30 pm. It will also be open during conferences. It will be open on Sept. 18-20th from 8:00 am-7:30 pm and on the 21st from 8:30 am-4:30 pm.
What makes someone a good learner?
We Are Motivated,
We Explore New Ideas,
We Are Self-Aware,
We Own Our Own Learning
The C of I football players came to Lincoln to read to the students.
On May 4th, Lincoln School turned in to "Camp Read-A-Lot". The campers (students) and their families joined together for an evening of reading activities, games and prizes. Everyone went home with new books!! Thank you to the Lincoln Lions Camp Staff for making this happen.
3rd grade had a great time exploring the Boise Zoo. They also enjoyed thinking and learning about animals and how they adapt differently in the wild versus the Zoo.
What a great celebration of such a strong and courageous Lincoln Lion. This past weekend we got to participate in the C of I student body Carnival for the Cure. What a great celebration with games, food, fun, and even a dunk tank. We also got to hear Titus Ponder's inspirational story of kicking Cancers butt. Donations were accepted to support our local Leukemia and Lymphoma society. All who attended had a wonderful time celebrating Titus and taking a moment to recognize all the brave kids who unfortunately sometimes do not make it.
Student athletes from the College of Idaho have invited all elementary school students to join them for the Carnival for a Cure this Sunday, April 30th at 1:00 p.m.
This FREE event is part of the Relay for Life Project, sponsored by the American Cancer Society.
Please join us on the College of Idaho Campus (Boone Hall), on Sunday, April 30th for a few hours of fun at the Carnival for a Cure.
Lincoln kicked off our testing season by thinking about our own superpowers. We will be motivated! We will preserve! We will own our own learning! We will take ownership! We will be self aware! We will explore new ideas! We will use these superpowers on our assessments! We dressed up and had a superhero dance party to celebrate our superhero learner qualities.
Linzy Self our counselor is a Seven's Hero!
Students and their families had a great time at STEAM night.
Dr. French and Julie Mead came and spoke to the girls with goals. They spoke about their own careers and goals they have and have had throughout their lives.
It will be a fun evening of STEAM activities! STEAM stands for science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics. Bring the whole family and enjoy a night of learning and fun!
3rd grade completing water observations to begin our Water Unit