Lincoln Elementary School
Thank You! PDF Print E-mail

Huge thank you to Mike, the Hy-Vee manager, for volunteering to come and help grill burgers for Lincoln students and staff on the last day!! They were delicious!

Demon Dash 2016 Race Results PDF Print E-mail

Demon Dash 2016 Race Results

Camp Invention Silver Cord PDF Print E-mail

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Are you……

*a reliable 16-18 year old boy or girl?

*in need of Silver Cord hours? (minimum 40 hours for the week!)

*good with children grades 1 - 6?

*needing activities to include on college or job resumes?

*excited about helping kids learn?

*available the week of June 6-10 from 8:30-3:15?


If you answered YES to some of these questions, you may be interested in being a Camp Counselor for Camp Invention this summer at Lincoln Elementary.

Email Janet Conrad @ This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and let me know as soon as possible if you are interested.


** Plan on attending a meeting on Wednesday, May 18th at 3:45 in the Lincoln Media Center. If this date doesn’t work for you and you want to be a counselor, please email me and let me know! **

This is a great opportunity for FUN and Silver Cord hours!

Last Updated on Monday, April 04 2016 13:22
Lincoln Elementary Library Book Fair PDF Print E-mail

Lincoln Elementary Library will be hosting its annual Scholastic Book Fair on March 18th during VIP Day.  The Book Fair will be open from 8am-4pm.  Please visit our website for all the details.

Please consider the online fair if you cannot attend our fair or have out of town friends or family who would like to make a purchase.  The online fair runs from March 12-25.  Go to the website above to take a look. We will once again have the Classroom Wish List program where you can purchase materials for a teacher’s classroom.

All purchases benefit our school library.  Hope to see you there!

Last Updated on Monday, March 14 2016 12:02
Hop To It Engineering Camp Inspires Problem Solvers PDF Print E-mail

Several 4th & 5th grade students turned into mechanical engineers through the week long science camp Hop To It put on by Washington County Extension at Lincoln Elementary February 8-11

Throughout the camp, students gained a better definition of science terms like engineering and models and they were able to experiment with building. Students worked in groups and individually to design, test and redesign traps that would safely trap invasive species.

"This camp was a great extension to the elementary science curriculum," said 4-H Youth Coordinator, Amy Green. "Our Hop To It camp was a success with some creative and smart students. We look forward to using this material for future camps and classroom extension activities as well."

Green explained that youth seem to have an increased interest in the science areas. The last day of camp, participants completed a survey regarding their experience. 100 percent of the students said they are more interested in science now reported Green. “We have made it a goal through Extension/4-H to work to serve those students.”

Washington County Extension/4-H is working to set their summer camps which will include several special STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) camps. For more information on the camp or other science opportunities for youth, contact the Washington County Extension Office at 319-653-4811.



Parents, friends and community members were invited to the Engineering Showcase the last day of camp to see all the models and learning that had taken place. “It was wonderful to see each student had someone there rooting them on and learning about their week at camp,” said Green. Teague Mayer, son of Curt and Jamie Mayer, and Charley Stoutner, son of Pat and Nicole Stoutner, demonstrated to the group their tower from day one of camp.


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