Over 3,700 people walked through Lincoln's doors on Saturday for the 2018 Rhode Island Festival of Children's Books and Authors, a record year for this beloved event!
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In this guest blog, Visual Arts Department faculty member Heather Rigney shares a few of the ways in which the Environmental Stewardship Committee is helping Lower School students and faculty explore stewardship, one of the six Quaker values.
Meredith Vieira ’71 Shows a Documentary and Shares Her Story
Digging into either of Dr. Mukherjee’s works provides an opportunity for understanding, a chance to confront science’s mysteries armed with the knowledge that comes from his years of research and work in the field of oncology. His reflections will always make you think, but sometimes, they will truly blow your mind. Here are a few of our favorites.
A program designed for members of the Lincoln Community interested in having conversations revolving around the 8 cultural identifiers, which include race, ethnicity, age, ability, religion, gender, socio-economic status/class, and sexual orientation.
Today, October 11, is celebrated as The International Day of the Girl. This year’s theme—With Her: A Skilled Girl Force—asks that everyone stand with girls globally as they rally together, creating and celebrating a potent force for change.
The Studio, a inspirational hub in Lincoln’s Lower School, is a place of provocation and exploration for children ages 3-6 years who are members of the Oak Room (Nursery), Ginkgo Room (Pre-Kindergarten), and Kindergarten classes. From floor to ceiling, in the Studio students are surrounded by the wonders of nature, enmeshed in a tactile and sensory learning experience, and challenged to play and discover worlds they never dreamed possible.
Head of School Suzanne Fogarty asks: is the world ready for a next generation of girls that speak their truth, know their power, and are poised to change the status quo?
Lincoln School's first art show of the year, entitled "Walking With— Visions of India and Cuba," wraps up its run today.
I came recently across an article called “The Enduring Power of Relational Teaching” and it caught my eye. Relational teaching is all about getting to know your students and making sure they are affirmed, seen, and known as unique individuals, making them confident that they bring value to our community, to their peers and their teachers—aka the foundation of Lincoln's after-school program.