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From the Principal

Welcome to 2017-2018 school year!

Welcome to Lincoln Elementary, home of the Lincoln Leopards, where we all R.O.A.R!  We all are Responsible, Organized, Achieving, and Respectful. We are a learning community moving all learners forward.  Parent/Teacher Conferences are a very important way to understand how your child is progressing.  Please see information below on how to sign up for a conference time.  Our goal is to meet with 100% of parents!

Sincerely,

Beth Marchini

 
District Calendar | Staff Directory | Student Handbook
 

Parent-Teacher Conferences   

November 1st and 9th
3:00 - 7:00 PM
 Parent-Teacher Conferences are coming soon!  Conferences will be held from 3:00 to 7:00pm on Wednesday, November 1 and again on Thursday, November 9 .  You should have received an email invite from signupgenius.com to register for a conference time.  If you did not please check your spam folder and/or contact your student’s teacher.  This email will have a link for you to follow. 
 

THE SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR       

DATES OPEN: November 2nd during Parent/Teacher Conferences
 
             November 7-10 during Lunch/Recess
 
            November 10th during Parent/Teacher Conferences
 
CLICK HERE TO SHOP ONLINE: October 28 through November 10th 
 
***There is no shipping charge for online orders. The selection of books to choose from is also larger online. Online orders still benefit our school. Books make great Christmas gifts.
 
To volunteer, call Mrs. Bowley at (815)544-2671 or e-mail her at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

  Preparing for Winter Weather


Now that the cold weather is on its way, dressing your child appropriately for the weather is important . Students will be sent out for recess, weather permitting. It is important for the students to go out in the fresh air and exercise.  District policy has students going outside when the temperature is 10ºF or higher, including wind chill. 
 
 
  Fall Parties
We will no longer be dressing in costumes and having a parade for Halloween.   Instead, we will have Fall Parties for the students in their classrooms. You will receive more information from your child's teacher.
 
Save your Pop Tabs!!!
This year Lincoln Elementary is once again asking students to save pop tabs for Ronald McDonald’s House.  The Pop Tab Drive will end at the close of the 2017-18 school year. Last year, we successfully donated over 376lbs!  Way to go Lincoln Leopards!  Let’s see if we can beat our amount from last year!

To make it more fun we are having Grade Level Wars.  The grade level who brings in the most will win a popcorn party at the end of the school year from Mrs. McClelland!  Student’s are being asked to collect tabs and then bring them to school during music time.  Save up a for a couple of weeks or until the end of the year, it is your choice.

The mission of Ronald McDonald House Charities Chicago/Northern Illinois:
To care for families of children with complex medical needs by providing comfort, compassion and a sense of community.  RMHC-CNI keeps families of hospitalized children together in a ‘home away from home’.
Let’s help this charity and pull some pop tabs together!
Thank you for all your support,
Mrs. Mihcal McClelland - Music

 
 
PVO News  
Please click here for all of the Lincoln Elementary Parent Volunteer Organization information!!!
 

Lincoln Elementary School
YEARBOOKS NOW ON SALE

Ordering available until February 23, 2018
Full-Color Yearbook......................$15.00
To order visit: www.inter-state.com/yearbook and enter this code:22023Q
or return envelope with cash or check payable to: Lincoln Elementary
 

 P.E. Department Fundraiser

Hey Parents, support your child's school!! "Y Ties" are fun shoelaces that never need tying! They are great gifts and stocking stuffers.  No more dragging laces.  Over 35 colors to choose from.  They are just plan cool!! The cost is $5 a pair with a one year guarantee.  Checks can be written out to LES and we are excepting cash as well.  All proceeds will go to LES P.E. Department for new equipment.  
 
Thank you,
Mrs. Turner and Mr. McLarty
LES Physical Education Department
 
Dates to Remember
Friday, Oct. 27 - Report Cards Go home
Wednesday, Nov. 1 - Parent/Teacher Conferences 3 - 7PM
Wednesday, Nov. 8 - Early Dismissal@ 1:05PM
Thursday, Nov. 9 - Parent/Teacher Conferences 3 - 7PM
Thanksgiving Break November 22 - 24
 

 From the District Office

 

School Board Updates

 

September 18th Board Meeting:

  • There was a presentation on the bond restructuring from PMA/Stifel at Monday night's school board meeting. This has been reviewed in the Business Services Committee as well. It is in essence similar to refinancing a mortgage to keep payments consistent in the coming years, instead of doubling by 2021 and impacting our tax rate for the community. You can view the presentation on BoardDocs, or click here.
     
  • District administration submits annually a report of student enrollment after the 6th day of student attendance. The report allow the district to review enrollment trends. Here are the total 6-day enrollment number trends, inclusive of early childhood:
                       2017: 8,163 
                       2016: 8,197
                       2015: 8,124
  • The Business Services Committee solicited demography study proposals in the spring in order to help us attain solid baseline enrollment data and make projects about the District’s future growth and enrollment patterns.  After reviewing the submitted proposals, the Business Services Committee discussed the benefits of not only having the demographic information, but also access to detailed mapping applications for current and long-term future uses.  Based on that mapping need, the Business Services Committee recommended and the Board approved the proposal from Davis Demographics. 

October 16th Board Meeting:


This month the board received Scorecards from each school and each of our central office departments. These scorecards show how the work of our schools and district is aligned to the strategic plan. They also received a review of the district's progress on the strategic plan
 
 

Substitute Teachers & Noon Aides




District 100 is accepting applications for Substitute Teachers and Noon Aides.


Substitute Teachers


Requirements:
  • MUST hold a valid Substitute or Educator License (requiring at least a bachelor’s degree)
  • License must be registered with the Regional Superintendent of Schools in the county where they will be employed 
  • For more information, click here
 

Noon Aides

Requirements:

  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Ability to work well with students and staff
  • Must be able to handle all confidential information in a discrete manner
  • For more information and to apply, click here
 

Senior Citizen Sports Passes



The Belvidere School District offers passes to residents age 62 and older. These passes provide free admission into all district athletic events and student performances that open to the general public.

To receive a pass, simply stop by the Central Office between the hours of 7:45 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. and present proof of identification showing your birth date.  Passes are for the current school year and must be re-issued annually.
 

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