An all-school end of year celebration held at the end of the school year.
Lincoln ‘s Got Talent is a night of entertainment showcasing the talents of Lincoln students. The Talent Show is TBD. The kids and staff are all very excited for this event. This year we have an all time record number of acts submitted. To make it possible for all to participate, and that there is enough
Date and time TBD. Come join the fun and experience international displays, food, fashion and LIVE cultural performances by students! Arrive at 6:00pm to claim your Lincoln Passport at Door 1! During your tour, validate your passport, see flags from all over the world, try new foods, and watch Live student performances.
“Westward, Whoa!” Showtimes: Saturday, February 2nd Venue: Hadley Junior High (240 Hawthorne Boulevard) Tickets: Available at the door for a suggested donation of $5 each Director: Jared Titus of Bright Lights Theatre Company in Glen Ellyn
Lincoln participates in the nation’s largest and longest-running educational promotion. January 2019 Competition Details- TBD 1st & 2nd Grade Spelling Bee For this age group, we are going to do our best to remove the frightening and/or awkward aspects of public speaking. In our format, participants are seated in a semi-circle facing a table of friendly
An all-day event for 2nd – 5th graders. Special interest classes are led by guest speakers and students participate in hands-on activities. Volunteers are needed to assist students and with demonstrations. Volunteers Needed for High Interest Day More information to come! Contact Erin Dieter or Carla Olsen at HighInterestDay@abelincolnpta.org with any questions.
The PTA provides a luncheon for all High Interest Day volunteers. Volunteers are needed to help plan, organize donations, and serve lunch.
2018-19 Yearbook Lifetouch is now accepting orders for 2018-2019 yearbooks. Don’t wait to reserve your child’s copy of the Abraham Lincoln School Yearbook for the early bird price of $18 ($20 after December 31st). You can order your copy online at ybpay.lifetouch.com (Yearbook ID Code: 10726319). Order forms will be sent home in your child’s backpack by the end of
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: 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM Location: Lincoln Old Gym We need Committee Chairs and Volunteers! Click on the links below
The Book Fair is Coming! The Book Fair is Coming! Parents, get excited! Lincoln PTA is hosting an Anderson’s Book Fair again this year! The Book Fair will be open for sales during the days and times below. Be sure to mark your calendars! Thursday, November 29th from 2:30 PM – 8:00 PM -and- Friday, November
4th & 5th Grade Lincoln Families – We would like to celebrate our Lincoln Veterans by asking them to attend an assembly in honor of their service to our country. If you have a friend or family member who has served/is serving in the armed forces whom you believe would like to participate, please complete
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
Calling 3rd-5th graders who are in for a fun short story discussion group! If your 3-5th grader loves to read and discuss short stories, please register for Junior Great Books! We will read a short story each week and have a discussion about it during lunch and recess. All children in 3-5th grade are welcome
What is SSPAC? The Student Services Parent Advisory Committee (SSPAC) is an open group available to parents, teachers and staff promoting awareness, education, advocacy and acceptance of different learners within Glen Ellyn School District 41. This PTA committee provides support, resources, networking, and educational opportunities at gatherings held throughout the school year. SSPAC Coffee Connections:
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
An evening of ice cream and introductions, this first event of the year provides an opportunity for Lincoln families to get to know one another. Volunteers are needed to set up and serve ice cream.
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!
** UPDATE- Room parent sign-ups will occur on Curriculum Night. If parents would like to volunteer in the classroom, please let your teacher know. Parent volunteer opportunities are as follows (may vary by classroom): Room parents Party volunteers Field trip chaperones Parent support throughout the year Click on this link to become a PTA member.
Come join other Lincoln Dads each Tuesday evening, starting September 4th, 2018 for 2 hours of basketball. This group was formed to give D41 dads a different way to exercise one day during the workweek. We are always looking for new dads to join with no weekly commitment. It’s an open gym format, so come
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.
Community Outreach is a network of students and parents that support families and students in District 41 who are in need. Families and their needs are identified by school social workers, teachers and administrative staff. Items provided may include school supplies, clothing, and household items such as shoes, coats, baby gear, etc. Give You can
Date and details TBD. Social event for all D41 5th graders.
Spring 2019 TBD. An opportunity for incoming kindergarten students and their parents to meet the school principal, teachers, and other Kindergarten families. Volunteers are needed for the event.
Lincoln Families- Science Night, scheduled for TONIGHT, May 9, 2018 is canceled due to significant scheduling issues. We are very sorry and look forward to a great event next school year! We know it is Screen-Free Week, and encourage you and your family to still engage in some STEAM and science fun at home tonight. We know your kids can’t
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