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  • Lincoln Turkey Trotter's raised $1,500 in donations for Hands of Hope Food Pantry in Edison!
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    Let’s Create….

    …a Culture of Readers at Lincoln!


    SCHOOL GOAL 2019-2020: Increase independent reading time to foster exposure to more words and content to ultimately create a love for learning.

    • All students must have a ziploc bag with an independent reading book, post its, and pencil at all times.
    • All students will be given a reading chart and/or log to celebrate their reading success!

    REMEMBER: Starting in kindergarten, if a student reads 20 extra minutes a day, they will hear 1.8 million words per year.  They will have read for 851 hours by 6th grade and on standardized tests, they will likely score better than 90% of their peers.

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    A Message from Our Librarian


    My name is Carol Berger and as the new Library Aide at Lincoln Elementary I have been enjoying introducing the classes to the library. Your students are inquisitive, excited readers.  I have been working hard to organize the shelves to better help the students find books that interest them.  I am also trying to grow our collection, particularly some high demand books.  I would love to get some donations, whether it is a book that your child outgrew, or if you would like to purchase a book to donate.  I am mostly interested in new fiction titles and series/books by the following authors: RIck Riordan (The Lightning Thief and others), Carl Hiassen, Dan Gutman, David Adler, Jack Gantos, Anthony Horowitz, James Preller (Jigsaw Jones), Barbara Park (Junie B. Jones), Tom Watson(Stick Dog or Cat), Mo Willem, and Dr. Seuss.  In addition we need more graphic novels including these series: Amulet, Bones, Baby Sitters Club, Dog Man, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, as well as books by Jennifer Holm and Raina Telgemeier.  Please reach out to me if you have any questions at Carol.Berger@edison.k12.nj.us
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  •  Lincoln School is an exciting place to learn and grow!


    Lincoln Elementary School provides students with a safe, productive and engaging learning environment that leads to academic success and social development. The staff is committed to guiding and inspiring students to learn, grow and achieve to become stronger students, caring friends and engaged citizens.


    Learning at Lincoln is student-centered; students often learn by participating in work stations, conducting experiments, or cooperatively working with others on inquiry-based projects.  The pace of student learning is set by our comprehensive, rigorous, and standards-based curriculum, but also by the needs of the students.  One way teachers assist and empower students in taking responsibility for their learning is through the full integration of technology.  At Lincoln, we take pride in utilizing many resources to enrich our teaching and learning.  Teachers use interactive Promethean Boards in their classrooms during instruction. Students use Chromebooks and IPads to enhance their learning in all content areas.  All students in grade K-1 have access to their own IPad and all students in grades 2-5 have their own Chromebook.  Our twenty-first century library offers many opportunities for the students to demonstrate their learning on additional computers and IPads.


    At Lincoln, we believe in the importance of educating the whole child.  Our character education program educates our students on the six pillars of character. Teachers encourage them to become productive citizens in our community by making thoughtful decisions and by collaboratively solving problems.  The students are acknowledged for demonstrating positive behaviors.  During the year, the students at Lincoln display leadership by participating as a Safety Patrol member, providing suggestions through Student Council, and being a member of other clubs and activities.  We are proud to offer students access to participate in Student Council, choir, Geography Club, an Odyssey of the Mind team, a student newspaper, in addition to other clubs and activities.  Through our character education program and the various clubs and activities offered to students, they leave Lincoln not only stronger academically, but also stronger members of our community with varied interests and skills.


    Together with the help of the entire learning community, Lincoln Elementary School continues to provide students with a nurturing learning environment where academic and personal excellence can be achieved.