Monday, February 25, 2019

Used Book Donations

As the Reading Workshop continues rolling out in full force, we are once again collecting gently used
books. Our hope is that teachers can incorporate some into their class libraries, and we can also begin
collecting early for a March Used Book Sale.
We are especially in need of nonfiction books at this point in time.
Any donations can be dropped off in the boxes in the front hallway or to the office,
attention Ella MacLeod.

Please, no board books at this time!

We thank you in advance for your great support of Lincoln’s Love of Literacy!

Thursday, February 14, 2019

100th Day Collections

Congratulations Lincoln Students!  
We collected over 1,165 items for Families in need!  


100th Day Collections

Dear Lincoln Families,

 The second grade classes asked our Lincoln Community join us for our We Can Project!  For the past thirteen years, Lincoln School classes have participated in a special activity for the 100th day of school.  Each grade level has worked together to collect 100 of a specific personal item.  The items are all donated to the Woburn Council of Social Concern.  These are items which are not typically covered by food stamps.  We have been able to donate over 1,000 items each year, thanks to the generosity of Lincoln families. 

Thanks to all the grade levels participating this year!

* Kindergarten: toothbrushes
* Grade 1: lip balm
* Grade 2: soap
* Grade 3: toothpaste
* Grade 4: combs and brushes
* Grade 5: hand sanitizer

The Annual Trivia Bee


Thank you to ALL who Participated 
in the Trivia Bee and for Coming Out to Cheer on 
The Thinkin Lincolns!

Fifth Grade Participants from Lincoln School
Luke Molloy,  Elvyra Barney,  and Grace Wilhoite

Parent Teams!

Judy Evans, Superintendent and Karen Connelly, WFEE 

Ms. Clough, Ms. Flaherty, and Ms. Crossen
Thinkin Lincoln Team!

 Lincoln Is Collecting Gently Used Books!

Lincoln is Participating in Pennies For Patients!
We introduced this initiative at our
 All School Assembly on February 14!

Lincoln Elementary Schools online page link:

Start Date: February 14th, 2019
End Date:  March 15th, 2019

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Artists As Engineers At Lincoln School

 Art Teacher, Ms. Costello, teaches students how to be Artists as well as Engineers!  That's right, students use their creativity as well as their problem-solving skills to build all sorts of designs.  Ms. Costello offers this class to all grade levels, beyond the regularly scheduled art classes that students already participate in.  Thank You Ms. Costello!

GRADE 4:  Hazel Lovins, Julia Boyd, and Ariana Brooks
Created A Doll With A Pillow Suit. 

They based their problem on the book entitled, Roller Girl.   Astrid,
the main character in this book, has trouble roller skating with her peers.
She was falling a lot and felt left out.  They created the pillow suit to help
 her not get hurt or scared while still learning to skate.


 Lincoln Students Celebrate 
The 100th Day of  School!

Thursday, February 7, 2019


Welcome to February!

Here area a few Important Updates and Reminders 

Fourth Grade Parents

You are invited to a Parent Coffee on Tuesday, February 26, 2019.  Come learn about the innovative teaching and learning taking place in Grade 4 and throughout Lincoln School!

I will be joined by our staff members, Ms.  MacLeod, Reading Coach; Ms. Melissa Swymer Fourth Grade Teacher/Grade Level Science Representative; Julie McElaney, Fourth Grade Teacher/ MCIEA Participant/District-wide Teacher Representative, Phil Bellenoit, ITS

Please mark you calendars for the 
Gr. K-2 Winter Concert on March 6 at 6:30 pm.  

Students should dress nicely for this 
special occasion and should go to their classroom 
at 6:15 pm.  

They have some very special songs prepared 
for you! 

Please do not exit the auditorium until all three grades have performed.