Friday, September 27, 2019

Look What's Coming in the Month of October!

Look What's Coming in the Month of October!


It is my great pleasure to announce the upcoming  Autumnal WPS Student Art Exhibition at the Winchester Public Library!  There are over 80 young artists from grades K-12 being featured in this year's exhibit.  

Please check the attached list to find your student's name along with a general description of their selected work- all students are listed under their 2018-2019 School.  
Works were chosen during the June 2019 Town Day Exhibition by guest juror, Artist/Educator Julie Williams-Krishnan.  We thank her for her time and her passion for supporting young artists!

This exhibit will be on display from October 3 through November 30th. 
Tuesday, November 5th from 4:30 - 6:30 pm a special reception will be held at the Library for the participating artists, their family and friends.
Refreshments will be served and awards will be presented to each of the artists

We are very grateful for the Library's generosity in hosting the exhibition each year.

We are equally grateful for the support and fine craftsmanship of Andrew at Frame Haven, Dave at Winchester Art and Frame and for the first time Jack and John at Metro Frame!  These local businesses have donated their time, materials and expertise in framing each and every 2-D piece of art in this exhibit.  Their professionalism has made this show even more spectacular! 

Congratulations again to our young artists and their teachers for kicking off the 2019-20 school year with a stunning art show!

Jenn Levatino
Visual Art Director K-12
Winchester Public Schools

Please check the Lost & Found!

Please Don't Leave us "Hanging" Around!

Friday, September 6, 2019


Dear Lincoln Families,


We are off to a wonderful start!  Thank you for all you do to help your children be ready and prepared to learn as we begin the new school year together!  

Please review and sign the Acceptable Use Policy with your child (ren). 
Mr. Bellenoit, the Instructional Technology Specialist, (ITS) will also be discussing the Acceptable Use Policy and other important information with all students, as it pertains to being a “Good Digital Citizen.”  The Acceptable Use Policy can be accessed directly below by clicking on the link provided.  Parents, once you have reviewed the policy with your children, please print the sign-off sheet (page 9 only) for each of your children attending Lincoln School and have both you and your child sign and return this form to his/her classroom teacher by September 30, 2019.

Please label all of your child's belongings that come to school: lunchboxes, water bottles, coats, sweatshirts, sweaters, hats, etc.  We have already started collecting items for our "Lost and Found."    

Reminder that Mr. Beckley will be seated in the front lobby collecting money for lunch/milk on Thursday mornings before school from 8:00 AM -8:15 AM.   

Please be aware that the field, basketball court, and play structures are not supervised by school staff before school.  Teachers monitoring the Line Up areas are not responsible for monitoring students choosing to play in other areas of the playground.

Please remember that the doors to Lincoln School open at 7:55 AM, unless of course students are riding the bus or participating in the Kidsborough AM Program.  Staff is not on duty in these locations until 7:55 AM to supervise students in these designated spaces throughout the building. 

Upcoming Events:

Student Photos are on Tuesday, September 17th


Fall Picnic is on Thursday, September 19th     

Curriculum Night is on Wednesday, September 25th     

Reminder for Parents of Student in grades 3, 4, and 5:


Instrumental music lessons begin soon on Friday, September 20!  Students in grades 3 may enroll in weekly strings lessons (violin, viola, cello, bass), and students in grades 4-5 may enroll in strings, winds, or brass!  For information on the program, and how to register, check out this link: 


Kelly Clough