Good things are happening in the USD 475 Vocational Training Program! Senior Nicole Burke read to a classroom at Lincoln Elementary. She is the
Lincoln Elementary PTA hosted a breakfast with cinnamon rolls and coffee for parents, staff, and students on December 18, 2017. Last year, the event was
In September 1620, a small ship called the Mayflower left Plymouth, England, carrying 102 passengers seeking a new home in the New World. After
Summertime! It’s your vacation and party time. That’s right, say it loud! Summertime! School’s out so feel free to scream and shout. Finally summer’s
Camp Roar is a tradition that was started at Fort Riley Elementary and came to Lincoln when I started as Principal. Each year has
Lincoln Elementary fifth graders took on the Egg Drop Challenge! They were to become engineers of egg landing devices that could withstand a drop from a fire truck ladder, almost 25 feet!
The second graders of Lincoln Elementary took a walking field trip to the Junction City Police Department on May 17, 2017.
If you ask any second-grade class what they want to be when they grow up, you will likely hear at least one “firefighter” response. The second graders at Lincoln Elementary visited Junction City Fire Department on May 12, 2017. The two classes split up into three groups to tour the station. After the second graders left JCFD, it was a short walk to the Bramlage Public Library. There the students learned about friendship and were even give the chance to make their own friendship bracelets.
Some of the state’s top teachers made their way to Junction City and Fort Riley last week as part of a year-long tour of Kansas