August 4, 2018   Dear Parents,   Welcome to the 4th grade at Lincoln School. My name is Joseph Jaureguy, Mr. J. for short, and I am thrilled to be your child’s teacher for the 2018/2019 school year. This is my second year teaching at Lincoln School, however, I...

Happy Friday Everyone! This is just a short update on our Grade Five experience here at Lincoln School: In math, we have dusted off our multiplication skills and jumped into our first unit on area and volume. It even includes finding the area of rectangles with fractional...

How High Can You Go? Grade Five welcomed in the new school year by accepting the challenge of constructing towers out of only paper and tape.  Given forty minutes or so, students planned and carried out an investigation into constructing towers that were as tall as possible...

Will It Float? Today the Grade Fives tackled to the idea of buoyancy by constructing a boat using only tin foil. We planned and tested out our designs by adding washers until the boat sank. The objective of today's activity was for the students to...

Dear Parents,   Greetings and welcome back to school.  My name is Matt Stinson, and I will be teaching grade 2 again this year at Lincoln School.  This is my second year at Lincoln School. Before Lincoln School, I had been teaching in the United States at...

Dear Parents,   Greetings and welcome back to school.  My name is Matt Stinson, and I will be teaching grade 2 again this year at Lincoln School.  This is my second year at Lincoln School. Before Lincoln School, I had been teaching in the United States at...

School Year 2018-19 August 4th, 2018 Dear Parents/ Guardians, My name is Bhagawati Chettri and this is my tenth year teaching Visual Art in the Elementary section of the Lincoln School. We also have a very exciting collaborative program to introduce host country Nepal through Nepal Studies to...

Today the elementary school celebrated Activity Day! Students participated in a variety of activities in mixed-grade groups. Students tried yoga, heard a bagpiper, completed an obstacle course, had a drum circle, made bookmarks and recycled-material butterflies, used a coding app, and had a paper airplane...

To get ready for next year,  P1 visited our classroom to learn all about G1! P1 students asked lots of questions to learn more about what to expect next year. As experts, G1 students shared information about learning, rules, what was hard, what was easy, and...

Today Nisarga School visited us at Lincoln and got together with G1 and G2 to discuss pollution in our neighborhood. We shared the video we made for Paramount School and played a recyclables sorting game together. Students also walked away with posters to display discouraging...