Welcome to Lincoln Elementary School

February 27: NO SCHOOL
March 2-6: NO SCHOOL, Mid-Winter Break

It is time for the Lincoln Read-a-thon!

The Read-a-Thon is one of the easiest fundraisers at Lincoln and promotes good reading habits. Starting on February 27th, will you please help your child complete the following?

1) Ask friends/family for a donation or pledge.
2) Read at least 20 minutes a night (or have someone read to your child).
3) Fill out your pledge envelope with the minutes read, and place the money inside of it.
4) Bring your envelope to your teacher on Monday, March 16th.

We are setting a school wide goal of reading 128,000 minutes!! This means each student needs to read at least “20 minutes a night”. We are setting a school wide goal of raising $2,000. This means each student needs to raise at least $5.00. If our goals are met, we will celebrate by hosting a crazy hair and mis-matched clothing themed day for students!! If we raise $4,000, Mr. Hanson will shave his head! Wow!!

The classroom in each grade that reads the most minutes will receive a popcorn party. The two classrooms in the whole school that raise the most money will receive a pizza party. The students from each classroom that read the most minutes and raise the most money will also receive small prizes.
Our hope is to promote skills in reading, a very necessary skill students must have for a bright future. In addition, we hope to raise money to help support special student resources. Thank you for your support of Lincoln curriculum and activities! Happy reading!


The Lincoln PTA (Parent and Teacher Association) is seeking volunteers as well as permanent members.  Come be a part of Lincoln's parent and student support! Parent involvement at Lincoln is appreciated! The meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 3:30 in the Media Center.  Please contact the main office if you are interested.  Thanks

General Lincoln Information:

The door opens at 8:05 AM for students. All students are welcome to eat breakfast which is served from 8:05-8:20 AM. Students should be in their classrooms by 8:25 AM. The school day ends at 3:05 PM.


Please call the office at 251-6343 as soon as possible if your child is absent or has an appointment.  Automated absence reporting calls start at 9:15 AM.

Lunch Accounts:

Children should bring lunch money to the office. You can view your child’s lunch account by logging into SKYWARD.  If you have questions about your Skyward password, please call Computer Services at 252-8770 ext. 1514 or 1515.


Any changes to your child’s bus pick-up or bus drop-off location requires the following: parent/guardian signature and a requested start date.  Transportation forms are in the office. Each student is allowed ONE bus stop for the AM and ONE stop for the PM. Parents are responsible for any temporary changes. Students are not allowed to ride any bus other than their own, even with parent permission.

Student/Parent Pick Up Procedures:

To ensure the safety of our students, the procedures listed below will be followed when picking up your child(ren) after school:

Parents/Guardians must wait for their children in the gym. Please line up against the left wall in the gym.

Students being picked up will be dismissed first and brought to the gym.

Students will only be dismissed from the gym with their parents/guardians.

Thank you for helping to keep our students safe!

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