|International Baccalaureate World School|
|Lincoln Center Elementary serves students from kindergarten through 6th grade. We work hard to give all of our students the very best in elementary education.
We are proud to be an authorized International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program (PYP) IB World School.
Lincoln Center Elementary
357 - 9th Avenue North
Office: (651) 457-9426
Attendance: (651) 457-9498
8:25 A.M. - 3:00 P.M.
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Entrance into Lincoln Center
Due to the construction of steps on Door 2, during Summer School we will have Doors 1 and 3 open for students from 8:45-12:45 pm. There is no supervision before 8:45. Students can wait to enter at door 3.
Please make sure your student knows how they are getting home from school at 12:45 pm. If you have any questions, please contact the office at 651-457-9426. At 8:45 am grades 4-7 can go directly to breakfast in the lunch room. Grades K-3 will report to their classrooms and teachers will then take students to breakfast at 9:00 am.
Lincoln Center Summer Learning Academy
Lincoln Center Summer Learning program will be held on Mondays through Thursdays beginning Monday, July 13, and ending Thursday, August 6, 2015. A typical day at Summer Learning Academy will contain focused remediation in reading and math, team building games, as well as activities focused on enhancing attributes of the Learner Profile.
Summer Learning Academy will run four hours per day from 8:45-12:45 am.
We will be offering free breakfast and lunch to all students enrolled in the program. Bussing will be provided for students who qualify.
Outreach for 2015-2016 Minnesota Reading Corps and Minnesota Math Corps tutors
Position title: Literacy Tutors and Math Tutors – Minnesota Reading Corps and Minnesota Math Corps at Lincoln Center Elementary
Would you love to help children grow their reading or math skills, succeed in school and get extra support? If your answer is yes, you can be trained to serve as a tutor with Minnesota Reading Corps or Minnesota Math Corps at Lincoln Center. Whether you want to explore an educational career, reenter the workforce, or give back to your community, you can succeed as a tutor. Last year, Minnesota Reading Corps and Minnesota Math Corps provided direct services to over 35,000 children in more than 700 schools across the state.
As a Literacy Tutor, you’ll use strategies that help students believe in themselves and succeed. Positions available include: (1) Kindergarten Focus, and (2) Elementary (K-3) Literacy Tutors. As a Math Tutor, you’ll help struggling 4th-8th grade students prepare for Algebra. We have (2) Math Tutor positions available. We offer part time and full time options, and tutors typically serve most of their hours during the regular school day.
In addition to extensive training, tutors will receive on-site support from specially trained school mentors. Tutors come from many backgrounds and include recent high school and college grads, career changers, stay-at-home parents, and retirees. Tutors may earn a living allowance, educational award, federal student loan forbearance, and other benefits, and have the chance to make a real difference in the life of a child.
To apply or learn more about the research based programs, position qualifications, and benefits, visit MinnesotaReadingCorps.org or MinnesotaMathCorps.org (do not apply via the district website). Questions? Contact email@example.com or 866-859-2825.
Meet the Teacher
Due to the transition of 6th grade and its impact on concluding the school year, we will not be having “Meet the Teacher” the last week of school. Your child’s placement will be available in August. We will have an open house to meet next year’s teacher on September 3, 2015.
From the Health Office:
Please remember to stop by the health office and pick up your students medications! Medication sheets for next year will be sent to your homes during the summer along with health care plans if your child has any health concerns. Any questions, please call the health office at 651.288.5862.
Please note that medication orders from the 2014-2015 school year are acceptable for medications given by the nurse during summer school. Medications from the 2014-2015 school year must be picked up at the end of the school year and returned to the health office during summer school. No medications will be kept in the health office between the end of school and the beginning of summer school; however, paperwork will be kept. Thank you!
2015-2016 School Year:
School will begin on Tuesday, September 8, 2015 for students in Grades 1-6, and on Thursday, September 10, 2015 for kindergarteners.
For your information please be advised of the following: