A Great Education!


Lincoln School Offers Each Student a Great Education!


Students attending Lincoln School in Preschool through First Grade receive A Great Education!  Read below for more information

The Lincoln preschool program is based on the Creative Curriculum and the Kansas Early Learning Standards.  The program uses the Little Treasures curriculum developed specifically for Pre-K students by Macmillan/McGraw-Hill.  The basic concept is learning through play and teaching what is developmentally appropriate for the children. Children learn many skills during the school year through songs, nursery rhymes, and while playing games and in centers.
Some of those skills are:

  • Recognizing our name, colors, numbers, shapes, letters.

  • Writing our name, numbers, and letters.

  • Identifying rhyming words.

  • Identifying letter sounds.

  • Listening when others are talking during circle time, during story time, etc.

  • Taking turns, sharing and playing cooperatively with others.

  • Following directions.

Kindergarten and First Grade
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Lincoln School offers engaging differentiated instruction in kindergarten and first grade built around the Common Core Standards.  Every first grade classroom is equipped with a SMART Board, Elmo document camera, and projector.  We also have 5 iPads in each classroom to enhance student's learning.  Our enthusiastic staff develops age appropriate lessons that include lots of hands on learning.

Fine Arts Classes  –  Click here for more information
At Lincoln School all kindergarten and first grade students attend Art and Music classes.  The Suzuki Strings program, a class where students learn to play string instruments like violin, viola, cello, or bass, is also available for interested students.

ibrary Class

The primary purpose of the library is to encourage students' reading and interest in books.  These classes are offered to pupils in grades K-1.

hysical Education Class
Physical Education class provides students with the opportunity of learning basic movement skills and health related fitness component while demonstrating respect for self and others.  Another important part of the class is experiencing the joy of moving and playing!

Student Support ProgramsClick here for more information

    Title One Program

    Intervention Groups

    Special Education Services

  Occupational Therapy

    Physical Therapy

    Speech Therapy

Staff and Parent Support Programs
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Professional Development

SIT Team Meetings

    Infinite Campus

    Parent-Teacher Conferences

    Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)

    SITE Council