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Spotted on the ProJo Front Page: Lincoln Students Tell Wearable Stories

Our three student designers, Brigitte Lynch-Johnson '21, Maeve McEnroe '19 and Willa Summers '18, and student model Shayna Goldstein '18, went on the record about their design techniques, unique perspectives, and the stories they tell with their creations.

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Tech Turnout: Sign-ups Full for Kibo Robot & Scratch Jr. Family Day

In partnership with Tufts University's DevTech Research Lab, children and families in Gingko to Grade 2 will be participating in a fun-filled day of coding on February 24 that will help contribute to cutting-edge educational research.

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Bold Women in Black History: Sojourner Truth

To celebrate Black History Month, we are taking a page from one of our favorite children's books, Little Leaders: Bold Women in Black History by Vashti Harrison. Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing the central role of blacks in U.S. history. 

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Material Girls: MakerSpace Duct Tape Design Challenge

A group of 3–5 graders enter the MakerSpace with their journals and pencils ready for today’s challenge: to create something with duct tape! A few examples included creating a waterproof shoe protector to keep your shoes dry on a rainy day, a hair accessory, a smartphone cover, a pencil case, or a change purse.

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i2 Learning Vertical Farming: Grades 4 & 5 Invent and Inspire

Grade 4 and 5 girls took vertical farming to the next level this past week! Co-led by Susan Amsler-Akacem, Ed. Tech Dept. Head & Technology Innovator, and Anna Painter, Lower School STEM Specialist, the two grades participated in a weeklong immersive course on vertical farming during which they researched techniques, purchased supplies, and planned and built vertical farms that are now showcased around the school. 

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