Lincoln Elementary School for the Arts hosted its 3rd Annual Community Partners’ Luncheon and Student Showcase on May 10, 2019. Our Guest Speaker Ms. Gretchen Williams delivered a captivating speech that moved our audiences and inspired our students to strive for their best and reach for the stars. Our students performed for our community partners, […]
Lincoln School for the Arts Reading Rewards program was held May 8, 2019. Cathy Johnson, Debbie Manos, Barbara and Sal Larock (all members of the Dawn Busters Kiwanis Club), along with many other Jefferson Parish Leaders and School Supports, came out to celebrate and present rewards to our hard-working and deserving students grade level Kindergarten […]
We would like to thank all our participants, faculty and staff for participating and assisting with our end of the 2nd nine weeks semester winter celebrations. We are so proud of our students, parent support, faculty and staff for setting the standard for a great 2018 ending, and brightening our 2019 return. Looking forward to […]
The Jefferson Parish Public School System has adopted a new Tier 1 curriculum at all schools. This upgrade gives every student the top rated learning materials in the state. This change can be challenging to students and families as they adapt to the more rigorous standards, especially in math. To assist in this transition, JPPSS […]
THE LION POST September / October 2018 Principal’s Message Dear Lincoln Lion Family, I know we are all surprised how fast September has flown by! We have certainly had a fantastic month here……it has been incredibly busy, but the progress the students have made in a few short weeks has been astounding! By now, everyone […]
THE LION POST August / September 2018 Principal’s Message Off to a Great Start! Parents, I hope you all enjoyed a wonderful summer and that your child(ren) are ready to learn lots of new and exciting things this school year . I am so delighted that you are part of our amazing learning community. As […]
Lincoln students will celebrate Mardi Gras with a masquerade dance from 1 – 3 p.m. at our school. Our parade will be held at 10 a.m. that morning. $5 for food and $3 for pictures.