An all-school end of year celebration held at the end of the school year.
More information coming soon! Volunteer Volunteers are needed to help run the event.
Have too many books on your bookshelves? This is the perfect event you or your child! Lincoln’s Book Swapping Event happens twice a year and is a great way to get new books without having to spend any money. This event is for both parents, siblings and students. Participating is easy: Gather up any gently
Come join Lincoln’s Chess Club! Want to learn chess? Want to improve your chess game? If you answered yes to either question, then Lincoln’s Chess Club is the place for you! No previous chess experience necessary. 1st- 5th students meet on Tuesdays twelve times a year to practice playing chess. Logistics Chess Club will meet in
ORDER SPIRITWEAR TODAY! Show your Lincoln spirit on Fridays with a new Spiritwear shirt! We only have a few small sizes left in stock, but all other shirts will be delivered via backpack mail at the end of September. Check out the PTA Webstore to see our 3 new options! Deadline to order is September 12th. Don’t delay!
On Fridays students show their school spirit by wearing school colors & Spirit Wear.
Abe Lincoln Elementary administration, teachers, and staff welcome families to the new school year with their annual Meet & Greet event. It’s an excellent opportunity to introduce yourself and your child to their new teacher(s) as you visit their classroom(s) and explore the school. Details vary a bit each year, but here is the schedule for
Parents volunteer in each classroom twice a year and introduce students to various artists and their work. Fifth graders go to the Art Institute in April.
Hobby Night Hobby Night May 7th 6:30-7:30 Wondering what to do Monday, May 7th for entertainment during screen free week? Come to Hobby Night in the Old Gym where students from Lincoln will be sharing their amazing hobbies! From 6:30 to 7:30 you will be able to walk around and talk to the students about their hobbies and
Students are encouraged to turn off televisions and screens for a week with plenty of activities to keep them busy. Chairpersons coordinate and communicate the options for screen free week. Work with building administrators to decide on whole school reward for participation. Screen free week activities are already set. Need someone to step in and
A “children’s only” shop designed for students to purchase holiday gifts without their parents! Items range from 10¢ to $5.00. Volunteers serve as “elves” to help select, sell and wrap gifts. 2018-2019 School Year: Date/time: TBD Location: Lincoln Old Gym We need Committee Chairs and Volunteers! Click on the links below or send an e-mail
Please join us for this fun-filled family fitness night! Bring the entire family to Lincoln to enjoy a fun filled evening of fitness and outdoor walk. Several Lincoln parents will be on site to help everyone get moving and burn calories while participating at different fitness stations during the outdoor walk. Enter school through the
Want to learn chess? Want to improve your chess game? If you answered yes to either question than Lincoln’s Chess Club is the place for you! No experience necessary. 1st- 5th students meet on Tuesdays twelve times a year to practice playing chess. Logistics Sign-up for chess for $25 per family for 2017-2018. Get all the
Speakers, field trips, and Author Visits
Class picnics are coming up! Time and details will be added soon…here are the dates… Kdg – May 30th 1st – May 31st 2nd – May 23rd 3rd – May 24th 4th – May 26th 5th – May 31st
Reflections is a National PTA arts program that asks students in preschool through grade 12 to get creative! Students are invited to create works of art in any of six different arts categories, reflecting upon a different theme each year. We are looking for two chairs to head up the committee this year! Click on