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  • In The World
  • Upper School
2019 India Program: Critical Cultural Exchange

Even though the ground is still covered with snow,  Lincoln’s students, faculty, and staff are off on Spring Break adventures through the end of next week. However, for 13 students and two faculty members, the preparation for the next two weeks began several months ago. Learn more about the 2019 India Program.

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  • Upper School
Health and Wellness at Lincoln: Practice Using Your Voice

Sexual assault on college campuses is something we have all heard a lot about in recent years.  Whether it was the release of the documentary film The Hunting Ground, the national news coverage of the Brock Turner case, or the #MeToo or #Timesup movements, sexual assault is a topic of utmost concern for parents and students alike.

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  • Lincoln Love
  • She-ros
Welcoming Victoria A. Budson to the Lincoln School Strategic Advisory Board

We are thrilled to welcome Victoria A. Budson, a founder and the Executive Director of the Women and Public Policy Program (WAPPP) at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, to the Lincoln School Strategic Advisory Board, a group comprised of national and international thought leaders, experts, and innovators from business, academia, and government who provide advice and counsel to school leadership.

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  • The Center
Finding Your Voice with Affinity Groups

Lincoln School’s statement of diversity and inclusion emphasizes our commitment to the Quaker values of equity, justice, peace, and community. To foster such an inclusive, informed, and just community, Lincoln believes that creating time and space for identity development through discourse is essential. At Lincoln, we celebrate the multiple worlds that students, faculty, staff, parents, and alumnae live in and help them to navigate their complexity.

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  • Student Life
Health and Wellness at Lincoln: Cohort 1 Begins Mindfulness Training: “Doing Nothing is Doing Something.”

As part of the all-school initiative on health and wellness, a group of seventeen faculty and staff began mindfulness training on Tuesday and Wednesday through Lincoln’s new partnership with the Center for Resilience.

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  • Lower School
A Monday Meander

Every Monday the children in the Oak Rooms go on a Monday Meander. With their treasure basket in hand, they head out on a simple walk around the block. Christine Boulay, Oak Room teacher states: “We engage our senses as we look for changes in the seasons, listen for birds, smell the budding flowers and touch sticky pinecones and crunchy leaves.” They take a picture of the same spot every week to document the seasonal changes and offer a point of reflection for children.

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  • Admission
  • Alumnae
  • Head of School
Lincoln School Receives Official Continued Accreditation from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges

The Visiting Committee’s Report identified many areas of commendation. They applauded the “caring, hardworking, skilled, professional, and committed faculty and staff and their commitment to a bold and deliberate process addressing program, culture, enrollment, and facilities. It also acknowledges the quality of the school leadership, outstanding governance, and dedicated board.”

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  • Middle School
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Health and Wellness at Lincoln: Navigating the Digital Space at Every Age

Communication is the reason the digital space exists, and communication is the best way to manage it. Sound like a riddle? It can be, according to Dr. Jill Walsh who has been working with parents, faculty, and students.

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