When Boys get More Classroom Attention than Girls Researchers indicate that teachers (unintentionally) give more classroom attention and more self-esteem building encouragement to boys than to girls over the course of the school day. Read about this 20-year study.
According to a new study, less than half the time that children age 2 to 10 watch or interact with electronic screens is spent on what parents consider “educational” material.
Thanks to the generosity of the Lincoln community, the Annual Fund has reached 77% of our goal of $700,000. Your participation is important to help us reach that target by June 30th. Please make your gift today!
There are two VERY IMPORTANT traffic issues we would like to address:
Donotleave your carsunattendedin thefront circleor in theLower School driveway. You MUST remain in your car in case emergency vehicles have to access the school. Cars left unattended hinder access to large vehicles such as fire trucks or ambulances. This is for the safety of the students. If you have to come into the building, please park on the street.
The traffic pattern we suggest does not override city ordinances.Even though we ask that Lower School drop-off/pick-up circle the block to prevent two-way traffic issues (particularly in the snow), you shouldnotpark facing the wrong directionon the opposite side of the street to drop off.