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Lincoln Elementary School
Kindergarten - 5th Grade
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    A Message from Our Principal

    Greetings from the Lion’s Den!

    We are extremely excited to be a part of the educational journey of the students in Lincoln Elementary’s attendance area. We are expecting success this school year!

    Given the unique circumstances created by the COVID-19 pandemic, we are tasked with pursuing academic excellence as well as supporting the continued social emotional development of our young scholars in very diverse ways. However, we would like to tell COVID-19 something taken from a Mexican proverb, “(Although you) tried to bury (us, you) didn’t know we were seeds.” As a result, we intend to support students, our staff, and our families because we are determined to come back stronger and wiser.

    We intend to provide instruction that meets the needs of students whether we meet students virtually, through hybrid learning, or face-to-face. We intend to support our teaching staff in their endeavors to provide educational opportunities regardless of the curricular platform. We intend to support families through the processes of remote learning, the use of digital tools, and how to encourage our scholars in their individual pursuits of academic excellence.

    Thank you for being a partner in this journey and if you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us.

    We are Lincoln!

    Rosalind Banks

    Rosalind Banks, Principal
    Javin Cotton, Assistant Principal

    Our Mission

    Lincoln Elementary’s mission is to create an educational environment that ensures every student is prepared to become a responsible citizen. We provide a safe, exciting place to learn where all students are respected, success-oriented, and held accountable for their actions.

    Our Programs

    We are committed to the academic achievement of our students. Our curriculum addresses the academic, social, and emotional needs of the whole child while targeting core competencies in reading and language arts, math, science, and social studies. Students also participate in physical education, art, music, and library each week.