Lincoln Elementary Newsletter
May 3, 2021
May 4 Limited Edition perform, 12:30
May 5 Kindergarten to Cortland Park
May 13 Kdg. & 2nd Grade Skating Parties
May 14 No School for current Kdg. Students
1st Grade Skating Party
1st & 2nd Grade Walk the Track
2nd Grade Transition Day
May 19 No early out, full day of school
May 20 1st grade to YMCA playground 9-11
Kindergarten to YMCA playground,
May 21 Last Day of School, 11:40 dismissal
Kindergarten Round-up, May 14
There will be no school for current kindergarten students on Friday, May 14 so that we may host incoming 2021-22 kindergarten students and their parents at Kindergarten Round-up. School will resume for current kindergarten students on Monday, May 17.
When dropping your children off at school in the morning please observe the children in the area and watch your speed. When dropping off, please pull in, drop off your student, and drive away. Please don’t linger. Please don’t take up staff parking places while waiting for your child to go into the school. Please don’t drop off on the opposite side of the street and have your student run across in the middle of the street. Students need to use crosswalks to cross the street. We appreciate your help in this matter!
Parent Portal allows you to see your child’s attendance and lunch account balances. District notices or information also appear on the Parent Portal. To sign up for the Parent Portal call Julie Stuart in the school office, 223-1575.
Last Day of School, Friday, May 21
The last day of the 2020-21 school year is Friday, May 21. Dismissal is at 11:40. There will be no backpacks or bags allowed on this day. All school supplies will be sent home on Thursday, May 20. Report cards will go home on Friday, May 21.
Masks are optional in school at this time.
Have a great summer!!!
If your household does not have a landline phone or you only use cell phones, please remember to turn your cell phone on during the hours that your child is in school. We have had several incidents within the last two weeks where we could not get in touch with parents because they had their cell phones off. If you need to turn your cell phone off for any reason, please check your voice mail often. If we can’t reach you by phone, our only recourse is to send a police officer to your door. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.