Our final Bark Buck winners for the year!! Great job to all of our atudents for making good choices and for being safe, respectful and responsible. #thatsthebulldogway
Dreyton P. passed his final math facts test! Woohoo! He knows all multiplication and division facts 0-12. Way to go!
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Drux did it! He passed his math facts test both multiplication and division 0-12. Woohoo! #thatsthebulldogway!!
WNCC Soccer Coach, Todd Rasnic and Gering City Council Member, Michael Gillen we're here to talk to students and parents about Optimism. Coach Rasnic reminded students to be mindful of who they give their ears to (listen to) because it will influence them as they grow. Thanks to all of the parents, students and speakers who have joined us this year for All Pro Parents. We look forward to seeing you next fall!!
Learning properties of geometry by folding origami frogs that actually jump!
She did it! Olivia passed her math facts test. Both multiplication and division. (0-12). Woohoo! #thatsthebulldogway
3rd graders playing Concentration with time cards!
Tomorrow will be our last All Pro Parent meeting for the year!! Todd Rasnic, WNCC Soccer Coach, will be our guest speaker and he will be speaking on Optimism. Bring breakfast or grab some from the cafeteria and join us at 7:00 a.m. tomorrow, Wednesday, May 11, 2022.
There was a mixup with the lunch menus for May but I have the new, corrected menu for Lincoln. The only differences are Thursday and Friday this week and next week. New menus are available in the office and I am also posting a picture here. Sorry for any confusion or inconvenience.
These students learned about clouds and how rain happens then made their own clouds with raindrops!
The staff and students practiced for a tornado today after the assembly. Practicing drills helps our students feel secure and confident with what to do in case of an emergency.
Bark Buck winners for Wednesday, May 4th!! Kudos to all of our students who have been earning Bark Bucks every day this year for demonstrating respect, responsibility and safety. Keep up the good work! That's the Bulldog Way!
3rd grade has been having lots of fun in science. Students have been exploring how fossil molds absorb minerals to make cast fossils. They have also been using a sponge and a salt solution to see what happens over time.
Aleyah J mastered her math facts from 0-12 in both multiplication and division! Way to go, Aleyah!! That's the Bulldog Way!!
Students and staff practiced bus evacuations today with First Student so they are prepared in case of a bus emergency.
Recap all the fun and learning from the month of March with the March Newsletter!!
Whatever the season or holiday, our cooks, Angela and Maria, go above and beyond to make the cafeteria a fun and festive place for our students to eat. Angela even adds festive sprinkles and frosting when the kids have donuts for breakfast. Thank you ladies for making breakfast and lunch special for the students of Lincoln Elementary!!
5th grade students had a visit with the counselors from Gering Junior High, Mrs. Davis and Mr. Marlow, along with GJHS Dean of Students, Mrs. Siebke. The counselors and Mrs. Siebke talked to 5th graders about expectations in Junior High and to answer questions that the students might have in hopes of reducing any anxiety about changing buildings and to get students excited about the next big adventure in the education journey.
One of the awesome things about Lincoln Elementary is that we are centrally located in Gering and our students, their families and the community make use of our playground even when school isn't in session. We love sharing our playground with the community. We would just ask that when you are here, you remember to pick up your trash and dispose of it properly. This is a picture of all of the trash that was collected on our playground this morning before school started. We all need to work together to keep Lincoln Elementary's school grounds clean and keep this beautiful city clean.