Kindergarten - Grade 5 Program
The Kindergarten program is the bridge between the Early Childhood program and Grades 1 through 5. Beginning in Kindergarten, we transition to an all-girls' environment. Our full day program offers many rich learning opportunities in a play-based environment. Children are immersed in oral and written language
and are encouraged to clarify and express their ideas through discussion, and conversation. Elementary school sets the tone for a student's future learning experiences. Our students act out scenes from books, write poems and develop compositions based on research and make visual displays that demonstrate their knowledge. Spelling, reading, writing and speaking are all skills students develop in their daily classroom experiences. Lincoln also celebrates special events that nurture our students appreciation for words such as the Month of the Spoken Word and Book Character Day. Our mathematics program builds a solid conceptual base through lessons that emphasize the important topics of number, algebra, geometry, measurement and data analysis. Thematic units form the framework of our social studies curriculum. From understanding our own neighborhood to units on American History and world cultures we look at the world around us from many different lenses.