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Earth Day at Lincoln!

LincolnGrows: Earth Day Planting and Cleanup!

Growth Mindset, Grit, Collaboration, Curiosity, and Empathy abound in the outdoor classroom at Lincoln! We are celebrating Earth Day by planting some flowers and cleaning up the outdoor classroom for spring.

We are hosting a pre-registration only, planting/weeding session on Earth Day (Thursday, April 22nd) in different time slots to help beautify our outdoor classroom, as well as help kiddos develop a greater sense of environmental stewardship.

Covid restrictions:
~Pre-registration is required (Maximum of 12 students per block, if we cap out or you cannot make these times, you can contact us at lincolngrows@gmail.com). REGISTER HERE!
~Masks will have to be worn for the entire 30 minutes you are there
~Please bring your own garden trowel and gloves

If this doesn’t work for your schedule and you would like to help in this initiative in the future, please, contact us at lincolngrows@gmail.com, and we can organize a time for your family or group to volunteer in the outdoor classroom!

Thank you for your dedication and helping LincolnGROW: Curious Minds • Healthy Bodies • Connected Hearts • Good Humans

PTA Meeting Monday, March 1st

Please join us Monday, March 1st at 5:45pm via Zoom for our monthly General PTA Meeting.

If you would like to see our agenda, please visit: https://lincoln202pta.com/file-cabinet/agenda/

Immediately following the meeting, we will be brainstorming the potential for some upcoming events. If you would like to be involved in helping to plan those, please, feel free to join us!

PTA Meeting Monday, February 8th

Please join us Monday, February 8th at 5:45pm via Zoom for our monthly General PTA Meeting.

If you would like to see our agenda, please visit: https://lincoln202pta.com/file-cabinet/agenda/

Immediately following the meeting, Mr. Hartman has agreed to stick around for a special “Ask the Principal” segment! So if you have questions about the hybrid model that began last week, best practices for preparing your students, and if there can really EVER be too many masks in a backpack, feel free to join us!

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