Lincoln Elementary was full of great energy during the last weeks of October with the Red Ribbon Week activities, the PTC Fall Festival, the grade level Halloween activities, our fall Parent/Teacher Conferences, and our 1st Quarter Recognition Assembly.
Red Ribbon Week was a big success with students participating in the daily theme days that focused on saying NO to drugs. Thank you to Mrs. Sceifres and the LES Student Council for their inspiring morning messages in helping everyone to know the harmful effects of drugs. During this week we were also proud to hold our first Healthy Family Series event collaborating with Campbell County Drug-Free Alliance. We will be holding our next Family Series event in January.
Our Parent/Teacher Conferences were held on November 2nd. Every family was encouraged to attend this opportunity to meet face to face with their child’s teacher(s) to discuss their individual progress. The turnout at this important event was again exceptional!
We held our first student recognition assembly of the year on November 3rd as we celebrated the hard work of our little devils’ and their successes in academics and attendance. We continue to acknowledge our Stars and Students of the Month at the monthly Board of Education Meeting and also by sharing a special incentive including the Primary Star Student Breakfast sponsored by McDonald’s and the Intermediate Student of the Month lunch. We are very proud of our students for their dedication in working hard to be the best they can be.
The annual PTC Fall Festival was held on Friday, October 27th. The event was organized by some very dedicated parents and teachers with the purpose of offering a fun family event. The evening was definitely that! We also appreciate their hard work to put on a fun Halloween Dance for our older students. Thank you to our PTC officers and volunteers. They are busy planning their upcoming holiday events, so please attend their 5:30 November 16th meeting to volunteer.
On Friday, November 10th @ 9 am our district will be holding our annual Veteran’s Day Ceremony at Dayton High School. The entire community is welcomed to attend this beautiful ceremony when the students of our schools will honor the veterans of Dayton.
We sincerely appreciate the support from our families and community members, and we encourage you to reach out to us with your ideas, questions, and/or any concerns.
Heather Dragan, Principal Tim Chenot, Assistant Principal
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