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Principal's Message

Dr. Kristin DeMicco Principal.

Dear Lincoln Families,

On behalf of the Lincoln Elementary School staff, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the 2023-2024 school year! We are excited to welcome our students to campus on August 21st for a school year that is sure to be full of fun, learning, social emotional development, and community. 

Lincoln is truly a remarkable place for students to learn and grow.  Our VISION at Lincoln is to inspire children to envision and achieve their full potential.  We are committed to helping all members of our school community strive to be their personal best.  To help us make our VISION a reality, our MISSION is to support students as they strive to be knowledgeable, to be effective communicators, to be lifelong learners, to be problem solvers, to be responsible citizens, and to persevere.  Achieving our VISION and MISSION is a team effort.  To that end, our teachers and staff work closely with our families to ensure students are supported academically, behaviorally, developmentally, socially, and emotionally. 

Teaching the whole child is at the heart of everything we do at Lincoln.  Our Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) philosophy is a key piece of this focus.  Lincoln Leopards are expected to demonstrate R.O.A.R.S. behavior across the campus.  R.O.A.R.S stands for Respect Others, Own Your Actions, Always Do Your Best, Responsibility, and Show Empathy.  These expectations are explicitly taught, modeled and reviewed throughout the school year.  Lincoln students have multiple opportunities to be rewarded for their behavior on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis.

The teachers and staff at Lincoln are dedicated professionals who truly believe each and every child has the potential to succeed.  Our teaching staff is highly qualified, and they have high expectations for every student on our campus.  Our standards based curriculum is rigorous, and lesson design is carefully crafted to help students exceed National, State, and District standards. 

I encourage you to get involved and become a part of our incredible Lincoln community.  From PTA to School Site Council, there are a number of ways parents can get involved at Lincoln.  The partnership between schools and families is incredibly important, and we value all that our families do to make Lincoln a wonderful place to learn and grow. 

Grounded in Gratitude,

Dr. Kristin DeMicco