This is a friendly reminder that we all must be sure to drive slowly and carefully during drop-off and pickup. There is so much happening during these busy times and we have observed that some cars drive too fast down East Orchard, particularly if they are heading to the circle or to make a right turn onto Paterson. Thank you.
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MS Potluck Supper
February 3 | 6-7:30 p.m.
All Middle School students and families are invited to come together for a MS Potluck Supper on Friday, February 3, from 6-7:30 p.m. The gathering will take place in the Dining Hall and the LSPA needs your participation to make it a success! Please sign up via this document or contact Tara Pari, P’25 P’27 with any questions.
2022–23 Lincoln School Family Handbook
This Handbook can serve as a guide for students and families throughout the school year, for both large ideas and smaller details about how we operate.
Re-enrollment deadline for students entering Nursery-Grade 12 in 2023-24 is February 3.
We may have seen some snow recently, but here at Lincoln we're planning for summer! With returning favorites and exciting new additions, payment plans, extended day, and lunch options, you can rest easy knowing your child is taken care of all summer long.
All camps are automatically $10 off through April 1.
We aren't expecting a big storm, but it is winter and you never know! Please read our snow day and emergency closing procedures.
Congratulations to the Class of 2027 on their fantastic performance of Shrek The Musical JR, based on the Oscar-winning film and Broadway musical.
Unit rates are all around us! Which size of bottled water is the best buy? If gas prices stay the same, how much would it cost to drive over the river and through the woods to Grandma’s house for the holiday? If you drive at a constant rate, how long will it take to get there? How much soft ice cream can you buy for $7 if the store sells it for $0.40 an ounce?
On Monday, November 28, the Middle School Zine Making Arts Elective embarked on a field trip to the RISD Library's Special Collections. Guided by their teacher, Elana Wetzner, they sought out inspiration from the diverse selection of the library’s extensive curated zine collection. Zines are handmade, self-published, tiny books that are produced in very small, limited batches and then self-distributed to lucky readers. They’re great for many reasons, but a big one is accessibility—making them requires only very basic tools, training, and technology. All you need to tell your own story is paper, a drawing tool, a printer or copier, and something to say.