Lincoln Elementary in Adrian, Michigan
The school is located near Adrian College in the center of an established family neighborhood in the southwest section of the city. Lincoln prides itself on parent and community enthusiasm and participation. Extensive work with two local colleges, Adrian College and Siena Heights University, provides direct contact with student teachers, interns and tutors who give students a one-on-one partnership that is a very successful environment for learning.
Science Day is coming up on April 17. This is a huge event that our students look forward to every year! Please let us know if you are willing to volunteer or help with donations.
Ms. Thompson's March is Reading Month suggestion is Number the Stars by Lois Lowry. Ellen Rosen, a Jewish girl in Denmark, is taken in by her best friend's family and concealed as one of them to protect her during World War II.
This novel is a Newbery Medal winner, an award given each year to the most distinguished contribution in American children's literature.
[03/10/20] Yearbook order forms have gone home. Please return them by March 30, or you can order online at shop.hrimaging.com. The office has a few extra copies if you need another one!
Lost and Found is getting out of control again. Please have your child check if you are missing items. Anything unclaimed will be donated next Friday.
Lincoln and Michener students did a fabulous job singing The Star Spangled Banner before the Varsity basketball game last night.
Update on Abraham Lincoln from Mr. Skeels:
Greetings! Within the last couple of years, fundraising efforts have taken place to restore the Abraham Lincoln statue currently in the lobby of Lincoln. For those who attended Adrian, you may remember this statue in the district, at different buildings, during different eras. Though we are significantly short on reaching the needed amount of money, we do plan to continue our efforts to make this restoration a reality. We are seeking an individual or small group of people to take over the lead in these fundraising efforts. The staff and administration are not able to make this project a priority when considering the mission and goals of the district and school. If you are interested in this, please contact Sam Skeels, Lincoln principal, at 517-265-8544 or [email protected].
Adrian Public Schools Community Recreation Department
Swimming and Gymnastics will be starting soon, so don't wait to get your child signed up. We are incredibly excited about these programs, and so are the high school varsity coaches who will be leading them. Forms have gone home, but if you would like more information or want to register online, then follow the link below. Go, Maples!!!
Representatives from 40 & 8 talked to our first graders today about flag etiquette, and all of them got a flag to take home.
Here's Lincoln's March newsletter.
Our next Reading Month suggestion is from Miss Ann, our librarian. She recommends A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle. Follow Meg Murry's search for her father, a missing scientist engaged in secret work for the government.
Watch for your child to come home with information about the American Heart Association's Kids Heart Challenge. And follow these instructions to be entered to win a fitness tracker!
[03/04/20] If you went to Math Night and have been doing some of the activities from the parent information bags with your child, share below. We'd love to see some pictures or hear your favorite activities.
March is Reading Month, and we'll be sharing some of our staff members' book recommendations this month.
Our principal Mr. Skeels suggests Where the Sidewalk Ends, Shel Silverstein's bestselling poetry book. This and other books by Shel Silverstein are available in the school library. Encourage your child to check them out if you think they'd like some of the funniest, most loved collections of children's poetry.
Here are some of our photos from Science Olympiad today. We are so proud of all our students who competed.
Over 60 students and their families enjoyed Art Night on February 25.
Lincoln families, we are looking for a costume like this one to use at an upcoming Literacy Night (April 28). Does anyone have one we could borrow?
Here's an update from our Community Recreation Department. Follow their page for the most up to date information about our youth rec programming.
FITNESS CLUB UPDATE:
As to be expected, winter session activities are always affected the most by mother nature's unpredictability. We will always do our best to accommodate days missed due to weather interruptions; however, instructor schedules, along with scheduling around other school activities, does become difficult. With that being said, below is the list for the final Fitness Club days.
Also, be on the lookout for registration information coming home in the next few days regarding our gymnastics and swimming programs that will be starting in a few weeks.
Lincoln: Monday 3/2
Prairie: Thursday 3/5
Prairie: Monday 3/2
Alexander: Thursday 3/5
[02/28/20] We will be closed Friday, February 28.
[02/27/20] We will be closed Thursday, February 27.
[02/26/20] No school tomorrow! Stay safe!
[02/25/20] Reminder: Art Night is tonight from 5:30-6:30 for those who registered.
If you missed Math Night, here is some of the information that went home. Do you want assistance in accessing your child's math or other subject curriculum online? Email Amy at [email protected].
Registration is due March 2nd.
We had a great time at Math Night. Thank you to Siena Heights University's Math Club for all the activities and First United Methodist Church for providing a sloppy joe dinner!
Adrian Public Schools Community Recreation Department
Passing along information regarding a parent youth lacrosse meeting tonight. If you cannot attend and would like more information, contact Carl Lewandowski at 517-442-8045
DISCLAIMER: THIS PROGRAM IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH THE ADRIAN COMMUNITY RECREATION DEPARTMENT NOR THE ADRIAN PUBLIC SCHOOLS ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT.
Our Science Olympiad students have been working hard to prepare for their competition on March 3rd. You can check out the events they'll be participating in at https://www.lisd.us/instruction/programs/stem/tri-county-science-events/.
[02/20/20] Tonight's the night! We hope to see all of you who registered at Math Night from 6-7:30.
[02/19/20] 3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade Drama Club Members: There will be a rehearsal this Saturday, 2/22, from 1-4 in the gym. This is for the cast AND Tech Club.
[02/13/20] Due to mid-winter break, there will be no Drama Club today or Saturday.
[02/11/20] Just a reminder that if you are parking in our lot, please do not use the reserved Foster Grandparent spaces. Thank you!
We've added a new title to the Parent Library. It will be available to borrow at Math Night on the 20th, and in the PCC office after that.
Please let us know if you're planning to come to Math Night! We will extend the deadline to RSVP until the end of this week due to our snow days.
After school yoga is cancelled for today, Monday 2.10.20. The instructor is out sick.
Thank you and Go Maples!
[02/10/20] Our snow days changed this week's lunch schedule a little bit: Tuesday is burgers and Wednesday is mac and cheese.
A message from ADRIAN PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT
Due to poor conditions on back roads, Adrian Public Schools will be closed for Friday, February 07, 2020.
Drive safe, stay warm, and GO MAPLES!!!
[02/06/20] Tomorrow will be Domino's Day. An extra slice is $1. 🍕
[02/06/20] No school tomorrow due to poor road conditions. Enjoy your day off and be safe!
Join us for dinner and a night of fun math games on February 20! Watch for the flyer to come home soon. You can also register by emailing your child's name, teacher and # attending to [email protected].
Our 5th graders' ukulele recital and art display was this morning.
Lincoln families are invited to attend this Love & Logic session that will be held at Springbrook.
A lending library of Love & Logic titles is also available. Visit http://mrsfordadrian.weebly.com/l--l-lending-library.html for more information.
Congratulations, Students of the Month!
Thank you to New Life Ministries for donating $500 to PTO for our students!
Former St. John’s Lutheran School at 430 E. Church St. in Adrian. The building is now occupied by Image of God Christian Center.
The Madison Athletic Booster Club is a volunteer organization within Madison High School. Our goal is to financially supplement all Madison HS sport teams through fundraising. Concessions are our main source of fundraising. Please join us!
The purpose of the PTO is to enhance and support the educational experience at Alexander,to develop a closer connection between school and home by encouraging parent involvement, and to improve the environment at Alexander....
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“Children are the world's most valuable resource and its best hope for the future” ~John F. Kennedy