Lower School Librarian, Meagan Lenihan works with Grade 2 on a Mock Caldecott unit each year. She sees this as a great opportunity for students to immerse themselves in great literature, organize their thoughts about stories, empower them as readers and to build community.
Lower School Blog
Grade 4 spent the morning of May 9 on Narragansett Bay on an Urban River Cruise up the Seekonk River and down through the Port of Providence as part of Lincoln’s partnership with Save the Bay.
Kindergarten through Grade 5 students all participate in a class called Quaker Studies. This year the focus has been on environmental stewardship, and most recently creating a project called The Wall of Rs.
On Saturday, April 6, twenty students in Grades 3–8 represented the great state of Rhode Island at the Odyssey of the Mind State Tournament in Biddeford, Maine. There were three Lincoln teams, two from Lower School and one from Middle School, and each took first place in their respective problem and division.
Passion-based learning allows students to explore what they want to study...How do astronauts flip in space? How do the snow caves form in Antarctica? How do robots communicate with humans?