Middle School Blog

Eight Lincoln Students Attend the AISNE Middle School Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Conference

On Saturday, November 2, eight Lincoln Middle Schoolers joined Visual Arts Department faculty member Lawrence Timmins and Director of the Center for Justice, Peace, and Global Citizenship Dr. Barret Fabris at the Association of Independent Schools in New England’s (AISNE) Middle School Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Conference at Belmont Day School. 

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Navajo Nation Poet Laureate Laura Tohe on Code Talkers, Culture, and Celebrating Female Role Models

Laura Tohe, Navajo Nation Poet Laureate, librettist, and an award-winning author, visited Lincoln School to speak with the greater community and Upper, Middle, and Lower School students this week. She spoke about what it means to be Diné, told stories of her father and his compatriots who played an instrumental part in fighting World War II, honored the women who came before her and acted as leaders, and much more.

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NASA Runs on Coding: Bringing Learning to Life

Kim Arcand, the Visualization & Emerging Tech Lead at NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory, will spend Thursday with Lower School students in Grades 4 and 5 and Friday with Middle Schools students in Grade 6, taking them through a series of scaffolded activities that will demonstrate the real world applications of science, technology, and even art. 

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