In High School Creative Writing, our students became budding authors as they explored the various elements of a strong narrative. Students learned and discussed how to develop intriguing story worlds and create flawed but interesting protagonists and antagonists with whom the reader would want to...

Arts Wednesday— Singing Together Again! Grade 3 celebrates Lincoln’s diversity and welcomes new and returning students by singing Hello to All The Children of the World. Elementary students edit this song each month to represent the home language of each student in our community. Listen...

Armed only with reporters’ notebooks and a thirst for the truth, aspiring journalists interviewed and investigated throughout the first semester as part of the Elementary Newspaper Club. A new addition to our activities program, students on the newspaper staff learned the basics of writing and...

Last week, the Lincoln community came together to celebrate and learn about health and wellness. Students and staff wore pink on Monday to bring attention to women's health and then purple on Tuesday for Movember and men's health. We also had "Workout Wednesday" where we...

Last week’s Fun Friday had everyone twinning, but it did not stop at two! We had triplets, quadruplets and more, from students and staff alike. The elementary school started their day with a giant game of Mirror, Mirror on the courts. We look forward to...

The Advancement Office is excited to announce a virtual talk with Oscar-nominated screenwriter, Alec Sokolow (Toy Story). Alec will open the conversation by sharing his story and character development expertise before specific student volunteers can unmute their mics during a Q&A session. We hope you...

We invite you to a day of celebration, culminating in an all-school assembly that will be live-streamed to families at home. Visual art exhibitions from grades Pre-School through 12 will be featured on our giant art walk, and performances will ring out from the stage....

Jamie Monroe joins Lincoln from Wichita Falls, Texas. After spending time in public relations at Disney World, she began working with Seniors as a High School College & Career Counselor. Her experience in this role inspired Jamie to work with younger children before they have...

For two years now, Mr. Curtis has put together a bookmark treat for his students. He creates Lincoln School player cards of each student, highlighting their interests. When a grade five student makes it to level 10 in their gamified classroom, they unlock printed...

Students in Primary 1 have been receiving weekly correspondence from a wizard. These letters require the newly appointed magical assistants to utilize their creative acting skills to carry out missions and tasks. Last week, the wizard explained that he had accidentally dropped his magic shell...