Lincoln Crossing Elementary School

635 Groveland Ln, Lincoln, CA 95648

PTC / APEX Fun Run - Wed., 3/8!

The Fun Run was SUPER AWESOME! Thanks to PTC, parent volunteers, Nate the Great, Thunder Thor and Jurassic Jeff for an awesome day!
 

This year's major fundraisers are officially behind us. We'll continue to take in pledges from the APEX fun run through late March. As a reminder, 10% of all funds earned by each class will go back to that classroom by the beginning of April - many teachers will receive over $200! At this point in the collection, it looks like we surpassed our 2016 jog-a-thon earnings, and the pledges are still coming in!

Thanks to input on the PTC survey, we will be seeing Art Carts making their appearance on campus - that initiative received 42% of all votes cast! Each grade level will decide how to best use these new resources for art - it may be a physical cart of supplies, or a donation of funds to the art docent program to expand their curriculum, or specific art lesson(s) for students in that grade that would generally not be feasible due to cost.

As always, please don’t hesitate to contact the PTC at lincolncrossingptc@gmail.com if you have any questions. We appreciate the community's support of our APEX Fun Run and we are excited to see the creative juices flowing!

Connect with us on your Smart Phone!

Lincoln Crossing, with support from our PTC, has launched an app to help us connect with you! 
 
We are adding content to the app daily.  Find it for free on the Android and Apple marketplaces, and let us know what you think of it!

February is "Seeking First to Understand and then be Understood" Month

February found us Seeking First to Understand and then to be Understood. We are thinking about our listening skills and ensuring that we are both listening and hearing our classmates in play, in projects, and in discussions. We also celebrated Kindness this month with the Great Kindness Challenge!
 
In December and January, we focused on Think Win-Win. This means we look to find solutions, to compromise, and we make it a priority for everyone to feel heard. It also means we work on how to handle our feelings when we don't get exactly what we want.
 
In November, we are focusing on the third habit - Put First Things First. This means thinking about our priorities and doing the things that matter most before we do the things that are fun, but less important or less urgent. Part of putting first things first is focusing on our relationships and our community - so we are hosting a Soles 4 Souls shoe drive! Check out our flyer or their website for more information!
 
In October, we practiced the second habit - Begin with the End in Mind! This means setting goals so you know where you are headed! Watch for our Begin... song and lyrics coming soon!
 
In September, we practiced the first habit - Be Proactive. Watch Mrs. Cook & Mrs. Botonis' classes singing the "Bee Proactive" song and Mrs. Williams' 4/5 combo class singing our "Be Proactive" song with hand motions. Click HERE to get the lyrics to the "Be Proactive" song so you can practice at home!
 
You can also watch a video from last year - Mrs. Maynard and Mr. Beatty's classes sing the "Seven Habits" song for us. Special thanks to our students for their talent and to Mrs. Adams for writing the lyrics and music and developing the hand motions!

Songs that Celebrate the Seven Habits!

Health Care for Families Notice

Upcoming information.....

California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress - informational letter......
 

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