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Lincoln Elementary Book Fair PDF Print E-mail

The Lincoln Elementary Media Center hosted the Book Fair in conjunction with VIP Day on February 5th.  There was a constant flow of students/ VIPs visiting this event all day.  The Scholastic Book Fair is an annual event.  Barb Schreur, Librarian, said this year’s sales topped last years and brought $1400 into the school.  15% of this money will be spent at the Media Center for new books/materials; and 10% will be used by the PTG on student activities for this school year.  Stewart Elementary had a book fair this fall with comparable results.  This is a tremendous resource that is greatly appreciated by the schools and the students that benefit with the new books and materials.  THANK YOU to everyone that supported this year’s Book Fair!

 
Lincoln VIP Day PDF Print E-mail

Lincoln Elementary hosted VIP Day on February 5th with over 350 parents, grandparents, friends and family members as VIPs on that day.  VIPs were welcomed into the school and shadowed students in the classroom, at recess and enjoyed lunch together.

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Lincoln Family Social Studies Night PDF Print E-mail

Lincoln Family Social Studies Night

March 25, 2010

Lincoln Elementary

5:00-6:30 PM

Lincoln Family Social Studies Night will be held 5:00-6:30 PM at Lincoln Elementary School on Thursday, March 25, 2010.

Students and their families will be invited to attend three, 20-minute sessions.  All will be invited to attend “Census 2010” and then pick two other sessions.  Door prizes will be given out at the end of the third session.  A description of the sessions follows.

 

Last Updated on Friday, March 19 2010 06:58
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Lincoln Literacy Night PDF Print E-mail

Lincoln Literacy Night at Lincoln Elementary

Thursday, October 15

5:00-6:30 p.m.

Information!     Refreshments!     Fun!

 

Adults will choose two of the following 30 minute sessions –

  • My child doesn’t like to read! - Ideas on motivating kids to read.
  • Bullying and Internet safety - As a parent, what is helpful to know?
  • What’s new at the Washington Public Library? – Find out about resources and programs available at the new public library
  • How can I help my child do his/her best on the ITBS?

 

Childcare available for children ages 3 -7.

Story time with books and stories on video

 

Games for children 8 and up, including: Boggle, Scattergories, UpWords, Scrabble, Apples to Apples, Spill and Spell, Scrabble Slam!

Last Updated on Friday, March 19 2010 07:00
 
Lincoln Family Science Night PDF Print E-mail

On Thursday, September 17, Lincoln Elementary School will be hosting a Science Family Night from 6:00-7:15 PM. Families will have the opportunity to learn about aeronautics and build, experiment, and fly different types of paper airplanes.  We will have five different stations to help teach families about flight.

6th grade students also have the opportunity to sign up and participate in the Iowa Youth Aviation Camp on Saturday, October 3 from 8 AM-12:30 PM at the Washington Municipal Airport.  The camp is sponsored by the Young Eagles.  The camp is free and will culminate with an airplane ride and pizza.  The Iowa Youth Aviation Camp is available to only 40 students.  If more than 40 students sign-up, 40 names will be drawn for the camp. Parents can learn more about the Young Eagles Program at www.youngeagles.org

 

Click here to view the Lincoln Family Science Night flyer


Science Family Night Committee
Lincoln Elementary School

Last Updated on Thursday, September 10 2009 10:09
 
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