Lincoln Elementary School
Lincoln Students Participate in Character Building and Anti-Bullying Assembly PDF Print E-mail

On Tuesday, December 7, Lincoln students attended and participated in assemblies entitled, “Enlivening Strong Character as an Antidote to Bullying.” The assemblies featured FAX Gilbert, a mime and magician, and was sponsored by the Kiwanis AMers and the Iowa Arts Council.

FAX used interactive characters, skits, mime and magic illusions, visual aids and masks to illustrate what bullying behavior is, why it’s such a problem, and how to deal with it. FAX showed how trust, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship are an effective antidote to bullying behavior.

FAX used twelve Lincoln students to create theater skits to further illustrate a deeper understanding of how enlivening character qualities can impact student behavior. The skits targeted Lincoln age students and were both humorous but poignant.

Pictured below are some of the skits and activities from the assemblies.


Fax, Drake, Tim, Caleb and Sam

Lincoln Family Night PDF Print E-mail

Lincoln's first Family Night of the year, Healthy Bodies, Healthy Kids, was held on Monday, November 15th.

Yota Giardino and Holly Roth showing parents and students healthy snacks

Lincoln Family Night PDF Print E-mail

Come One, Come All

Mark your calendars for Lincoln School’s first Family Night of the year.

“Healthy Bodies – Healthy Kids”

Monday, November 15

6:00pm – 7:30pm

Lincoln School

Dress Comfy!


"Rudy" Ruettiger visits Washington! PDF Print E-mail

A world renowed motivational speaker, Rudy Ruettiger, delivered a motivational message to the students of Washington High School, Junior High, Lincoln Elementary and St James School on Oct 12.  This Positive Attitude Assembly focuses on helping students overcome obstacles and stay on track in reaching their dreams.  Lincoln PTG spearheaded the event and would like to thank those who helped bring Rudy Ruettiger to Washington.  It has been a collective effort among the Washington School Districts and entire community. In addition to the fundraising efforts, we want to thank the following sponsors: Washington County Riverboat Foundation, Lincoln Elementary Parent Teacher Group, Washington Junior High PIE, St James School, Washington Betterment Foundation, Washington High School Wrestlers, American Legion Riders, Washington Athletic Boosters, Washington County Ambulance, Lisa Hardy, Federation Bank, Modine Manufacturing, Washington State Bank, Custom Impressions, West Chester Savings Bank, D. Ross, Washington Eye Care Center, Earthly Blessings, Ace N More, Washington High School PTO, Bodywrks Fitness, Dave & Nancy Adrian; Lincoln, Jr. High, High School & St. James Change Wars.  As well, we would like to thank the School District personnel in assisting with schedules and other preparations. Photos can be viewed on the High School journalism website at .

Last Updated on Monday, October 25 2010 09:59


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