Lincoln School elementary students had the pleasure of having visiting author Karuna, a 3rd grader at a nearby school, speak to the ES during their Monday morning assembly. She talked about the challenges of writing a picture book, the process she went through, and why she wrote the book to help those affected by the floods in Nepal. This was a great beginning to Literacy Week and definitely inspired our students!
There are signed copies of Karuna’s book available for purchase in the ES library. All proceeds will go to help those affected by the floods in the Terai.
Lincoln Elementary is getting into the spirit of literacy week with Book Character Dress Up Day!
And our secondary students are enjoying Halloween!
Spirit Week was in full force at Lincoln School this week! Leading up to the SAISA Girls Volleyball tournament, students and teachers showed their spirit through a series of dress-up days starting with International Day and ending with Holiday Day (dress in your favorite holiday). The week was a fun way to connect students PS-Grade 12 and celebrate the spirit of community and Lincoln pride!!!
Today our Fabulous Friday assembly was a celebration of the learning done in ASAs – students performed in Aikido, drumming, piano, violin, guitar, and choir.
SAISA action has started at Lincoln. Follow the action at https://www.lsnepal.com/saisa-volleyball/
The 9th grade Spanish and French class shared a lovely time making crepes today. The French class taught the Spanish students how to evenly spread the batter with the twist of their wrist and cook it until it was a golden brown. It was the first time cooking for some of the students! There was even some impressive crepe flipping in between! Crepes were then enjoyed with some delicious fillings such as chocolate, jam, whipped cream, bananas and even some lime! It was fun times chatting and enjoying the delicious treats with the other class. We definitely want to continue to plan more events like this between classes! Perhaps next time we will share a Spanish dish!