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Lincoln School holds annual Family Math Night

Lincoln School holds annual Family Math Night

On Thursday, November 16, 2023, Lincoln School hosted its annual Family Math Night. Students and their families had a wonderful time playing math games such as KenKen, multiplication bingo, Jenga, tic-tac-toe, tangram shape building, and roll-and race addition and subtraction.  

"A special shout out goes to Mr. Seiden, fourth grade teacher and Family Math Night chairperson, along with the Family Math Night Committee, our parent liaison, Ms. Pamela Valdovinos, the parent liaisons, the Lincoln School PTA and our teachers for volunteering and making this such a fun-filled and enjoyable event," said Rebecca Jones, principal of Lincoln School.

2 students playing math games.
Students playing big checkers.
Students working on math with family.
Lincoln School Obstacle Course

Lincoln School took part in the annual Kids Heart Challenge, bringing awareness to heart disease and raising money for the American Heart Association. As a culminating event on Friday, March 22, 2024, all student fundraisers participated in an obstacle course to get their hearts pumping and to have fun.

Students going to get food.

Students and families in the Lincoln School community continues to celebrate Black history by attending the second annual Wakanda Family Night on Wednesday, March 7, 2024. Families played games, ate dishes inspired by authentic African cuisine and enjoyed festive music. 

2 students holding 100 day signs.

In celebration of the 100th day of school, the kindergarten students at Lincoln School designed their own 100-day outfits on Wednesday, February 14, 2024. They displayed them for the kindergarten and first grade students in a special fashion show. The kindergarten teachers announced the students' names, and the young models walked the runway as music played in the background. 

Students and teacher with the mayor

Seventh and eighth-grade students from Lincoln School took an exciting and informative trip to Mount Vernon City Hall on Monday, November 27, 2023. Students were welcomed by Mayor Shawyn Patterson-Howard, who shared why she is compelled to serve as our mayor. She also answered questions about her duties and passions as a leader.