This guest blog from Lincoln Director of Admission Sue Farnum looks at the top five reasons she loves Lincoln School, not only as a staff member but also as the parent to two girls, one in Lower School and one in Middle School.
News & Events
Something exciting is always happening at Lincoln. From our Speaker Series to the accomplishments of our students, alumnae, and faculty, to our involvement in greater Providence and beyond, our news and events reflect who we are—a vibrant community of learners, thinkers, and doers.
It's Hispanic Heritage Month, and Dr. Barret Fabris, director of Lincoln's Center for Justice, Peace, and Global Citizenship and co-facilitator of Lincoln's Latinx affinity group, is here to talk to you!
Lincoln School’s littlest learners have a lot to celebrate! The state-of-the-art Little School expansion, a 4,700-square-foot sustainable net-zero building, has officially opened its doors! Learn more about the building, constructed to maximize the connections and creativity of a Reggio-Emilia approach, while also honoring our Quaker roots with its sustainable, environmentally conscious design.
Beatrice (Bea) Temkin P’70, GP’97’01, GGP’34 had a love of literacy that was perhaps only matched by her love of Lincoln School. An avid reader of everything from current events to children’s tales and all books in between, her legacy lives on in a beloved Lower School library program dedicated to cultivating a love of reading in Lincoln students that is now named in her honor.
The new school year has begun, and it’s been a wonderful reminder of the joy and excitement that students bring to our campus. We are adjusting to the realities of teaching and learning in the era of COVID-19, and it’s never been more certain that learning is at the heart of all we do at Lincoln, from our littlest students all the way up to school leadership. It is in that spirit that I am sharing an update on our anti-racist work.
When we began to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic last spring, school leaders found that particular words quickly dominated our conversation. As we adapted to the realities of remote teaching and learning, and then prepared for a return to campus in the fall, the word “pivot” was a frequent flier in both written and verbal communication. As described by Harvard professor Eric McNulty, "A successful pivot requires planting one foot on something solid and moving the other to change direction.”
This guest post from Lincoln School Psychologist Masha Schiller, PhD, shares some tips for parents as we all navigate the return to school.
Welcome to Lincoln's newest Little School faculty! Our littlest learners in the beloved Carriage House and the brand new Little School building have some fresh faces to look up to this year. Say hello to some of Lincoln's newest teachers!
Say hello to the newest members of the Lincoln School faculty community! We are thrilled to welcome them to campus to kick off the 2020–21 school year.