Our extremely talented 5th grade class put on a Poetry Cafe today. They created a delectable hot cocoa menu and even recruited some highly skilled baristas from the Administration Office to help make drinks for all of the staff. Students then shared their poems with each other as well as with staff. It was a delightful event that highlighted just how awesome and creative our students are. Fingersnaps to Mrs. Cline, Mrs. Mueller and all of the talented students in 5th grade. #StrongerTogether #BeBlueAndGold #LincolnBulldogStrong https://youtu.be/UJlhrSnObIM
Just a reminder that there is no school Wednesday, November 24 through Friday, November 26th in honor of Thanksgiving. From our family here at Lincoln Elementary to your families, we wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving.
We are celebrating Thanksgiving early all this week. Monday was Thanksgiving dinner for Kindergarten and some of their families and today, we celebrated with 1st grade and some of their families
Back in August, we shared a great story about a group of elementary boys from Geil and Lincoln (Kain M) that stopped their game of football to honor the flag with their hands over their hearts during the National Anthem being played at a nearby softball game. Members of the Gering American Legion heard about the boys honoring the flag and wanted to do something to honor them. The boys were each presented with their very own American Flag. Thank you boys for showing the community what #TheBullDogWay looks like even when you aren't in school. #BeBlueAndGold #TheLincolnBulldogWay #StrongerTogether
Lincoln teacher's got started bright and early today in a staff forum with Superintendent of Gering Public Schools, Dr. Nicole Regan. We appreciate Dr. Regan stopping by to talk with staff and we look forward to having her visit Lincoln Elementary again.
Last Friday, 5th grade students from Lincoln went to the high school to learn how to properly fold the American Flag. Members of the American Legion were on hand to help students and gave each student their very own flag.
McTeacher's Night is back!! Wednesday, November 17, 2021 from 5-7 p.m. Staff from Lincoln Elementary will be working in the dining room and McDonald's will donate 20% of all sales from 5-7 p.m. to the Lincoln Elementary Booster Club!! Give mom the night off or just come by for a drink or dessert!!
Lincoln Elementary Booster Club could use your help in showing the staff how much we appreciate them during American Education Week. Please take a look at the SignUp Genius and consider providing one of the items requested and/or volunteering your time to help with set up and clean up. https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0C49AEAB29A7FBCE9-american
First grader, Seneca W. and Kindergartener, Kylee F were swapping stories about loose teeth and what happens when you lose a tooth at school.
Our October Newsletter is hauntingly informative. https://my.visme.co/view/epyo1zyr-october-newsletter
Lincoln students practiced bus evacuation drills this morning with bus drivers from First Student.
While Mr. Justin has been out helping with his new baby boy, Mr. Ben Miller has been filling in as janitor at Lincoln. We wanted to thank him for all his hard work over the last two weeks with a picture with fourth and fifth grade. We are happy to get Mr. Justin back on Monday but we will miss Mr. Ben!!
Lincoln Elementary Booster Club gets checks regularly from AmazonSmile and it helps them buy technology and special activities for our students. Please consider using AmazonSmile for your holiday shopping and select Lincoln Elementary Booster Club as your designated charity.
Sneak peak from 5th grade. Publishing a book is hard work.
Kevin with Riverside Discovery Center came to visit our morning assembly with his friend, Big Red, a red-tailed boa constrictor.
International Walk to School Day was a HUGE success!! Thanks to everyone who participated. #StrongerTogether #lincolnbulldogstrong #BeBlueAndGold https://youtu.be/Zo3aqCwYP7g
Third grade has been busy in math using several different methods to practice their math facts!! They have created their own multiplication fact game. They have teamed up to learn facts and they have even used technology to practice math facts.
Third grade has been busy solving math problems and investigating area using square tiles.
International Walk to School Day is tomorrow October 6, 2021. Please consider dropping students off a block or 2 from school and letting them walk. We will have adult supervision at various corners to assist with crossing the street. Parents/Adults are encouraged to walk with students too! We will culminate the event with a short assembly inside.