The Extended Day Program takes place in the Plaid Pad and weaves together students of different ages to provide an afternoon of community, activity and learning. There is a charge for the after-school program. The program runs from 3:00 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. The students enjoy opportunities for freeplay with their schoolmates, in a safe, nurturing, and engaging environment. Children often participate in a variety of community service projects from sandwich making for Crossroads to inter-generational service projects. Students in grades 3-5 work on homework assignments under the supervision of a faculty member.
In addition to the Extended Day program Lincoln offers an Enrichment program called Lincoln After 3! Four sessions run during the school year with opportunities for children to explore and learn. There is also a charge for these programs.
Oak and Ginkgo Students at Extended Day
Students in the Oak and Ginkgo classrooms will gather with their classmates at dismissal time under the supervision of a staff member for an afternoon snack and age appropriate activities, games and crafts.
Kindergarten through Grade 5
Students in grades K-5 are asked to report to the Plaid Pad. Once attendance has been taken by their teacher, students will be grouped for age appropriate activities.
Kindergarten – Grade 2 will enjoy free play together followed by activities that include games, crafts, and cooking.
Grades 3-5 after free paly in the playground, students work on homework in the Lower School Computer lab under the supervision of a teacher.