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Join the PTA

On behalf of the Lincoln Elementary PTA, we would like to welcome you to the 2020-2021 school year!  We know this is an exciting time for you and your child and we wanted to make you aware of multiple events and activities your PTA runs or supports.

Through fundraising efforts, the PTA has been able to purchase educational materials and equipment, build an outdoor classroom, support classroom teachers, purchase water bottle filling stations, purchase technology for the media center, and support school activities.

A membership is the first and easiest step to becoming a part of the PTA.  The annual support of $8 per individual (1 vote) and $12 per family (2 votes) helps fund events, programs, classroom parties, and more.*  The PTA is made up of parents, teachers, and staff.  The PTA is a great way to get information about the events that are happening at Lincoln, meet people, show your support, and it gives you a vote at any PTA general meeting.


For more general information on Lincoln PTA happenings, please visit our news page.


Our Mission

The Mission of the Lincoln Elementary PTA is to improve the Lincoln experience by bringing together staff, families, and the wider community to create a respectful, responsible and safe learning environment where students can excel and feel confident in themselves. #LincolnProud

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Meet the New 2020-2021 Lincoln PTA Board

Principal: Casey Hartman

Vice Principal: Cindy Castanon

President: Vanessa Sula

1st Vice President-Events: Jessica Speck

2nd Vice President-Improvement: Kelly DeVolder

Treasurer: Lorrie Walker

Secretary: Melissa Savage

Our Fundraising Dollars 2020-21

Hard at Work


$7200

raised for diversity, equity, and inclusion in the classroom

$4640

raised to support classroom materials and teacher requests

$2270

raised to support events throughout the year

651

students supported