Allison Gelfuso Butler ’96 and Jaclyn Sullivan Leibl-Cote ’97–who reconnected at several Lincoln events–reflect on the power of the school's alumnae network.
News and Events
Throughout each athletic season, the Lynx travel the state (and beyond!), wearing Lincoln’s green and white as they compete with skill, intensity, and composure. Here’s the week of February 4–10 in review.
Lincoln is on the rise! With an A+ rating from niche.com, Lincoln School was named the third best school in Rhode Island in the 2019 rankings, moving up one place from 2018.
Wednesday, February 6, marked the 33rd annual National Girls and Women in Sports Day, a national observance celebrating the extraordinary achievements of women and girls in sports. Here's how Lincoln School celebrated!
We all spend time in the Digital Space–the arena in which technology rules and communication takes place through various social media channels. And as Dr. Jill Walsh–who spent Monday at Lincoln exploring its complexities with various members of our community–believes, it is a social centerpiece for our youth.
Throughout each athletic season, the Lynx travel the state (and beyond!), wearing Lincoln’s green and white as they compete with skill, intensity, and composure. Here’s the week of January 28–February 3 in review.
Girls in grades 3-5 finished up their half-year elective course with a culminating video of news stories and reports.
In English, the Class of 2025 just completed a month-long study of the Universe, culminating with a silent Cosmos Gallery, a unit that encouraged them to use literature to explore a bigger question.
We are so pleased to announce a historic $4.5 million gift, the third gift over the one-million-dollar mark secured in the last three years!
We're thrilled to announce that three Lincoln students were named candidates for the United States Presidential Scholars Program, one of the Nation's highest honors for students.