Kindergarten Jump Start is a free program for incoming kindergarteners that takes place a few weeks before the school year begins. Students participate in a variety of math, literacy and hands-on activities; learn school routines; and become familiar with their new surroundings.
Data shows that students who attend Jump Start are better prepared for kindergarten than children who do not participate. They also gain confidence, leadership skills and enthusiasm for school. Don’t miss this opportunity to give your child a successful transition to kindergarten!
To register your child, please contact the Lincoln office.
Lincoln Elementary is very fortunate to have an onsite, federally funded preschool for qualifying children who are 3 to 4 years old. Classes typically start the first week of September with an orientation. For more information, call ESD 112 Early Childhood Education at 360-952-3470.
An onsite daycare for toddlers to preschool-age children and before- and after-school care for school-age children.
Contact us at 360-313-2306.
Hours: 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Lincoln Elementary has two Structured Learning Centers and one Developmental Skills Classroom. These are magnet programs to support students with different abilities, including behavioral and cognitive challenges. Our teachers have special training and are skilled in helping these students be successful in our school.
We are currently applying to become a No Excuses University school, which means that we believe that all students can learn at high levels and all students should have the chance to go to college someday, if that is what they choose to do. Becoming an NEU school means that our staff, students and parents embrace the overall theme of college-readiness. Some of the many things we do to promote this theme include:
- Linking our student recognition and incentives to our NEU theme and character education traits.
- Every classroom has adopted a college and has decorations to promote pride in their college.
- Most of our staff members have attended conferences to learn more about the Six Exceptional Systems that exemplify an NEU school—culture of universal achievement, data analysis, assessment plan, collaboration, interventions and standards alignment.