at 601 John J Johnson Ave, Franklin, 42134
Simpson County School System, Kentucky
4th and 5th grade school in Franklin, KY
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Lincoln Elementary will host the first annual College, Career, & Life Readiness Week September 29-October 3, 2014. Festivities include: Monday, September 29th • Students will be introduced to this week’s festivities during the Morning Meeting. • ALL students are encouraged to volunteer 30 minutes of their time (with no payment) helping someone else. • Fourth grade Class of 2023 picture after the morning meeting. Tuesday, September 30th • Dress-up Day – DRESS FOR SUCCESS…wear your best clothes that you would wear to an interview. • Surprise Show during Morning Meeting. • Fifth grade Class of 2022 picture after the morning meeting. Wednesday, October 1st • Dress-up Day – CAREER DAY…Wear clothes that show us what you want to be when you grow up! • Career Day – Students will attend career day stations. Thursday, October 2nd • Dress-up Day – HATS OFF TO COLLEGE AND MRS. GRAY! Pay $1 to wear a hat and support Mrs. Gray on the day of her surgery! • Students write a letter to the college of their choice telling them of their post-secondary goals and asking for a pennant to hang up at LES. Friday, October 3rd • Dress-up Day – COLLEGE DAY…Wear your favorite college clothes! (Pay $1 to wear a college hat and support Mrs. Gray.) Coming Soon…5th grade field trip to visit the Western Kentucky University campus! Tips to celebrate at home: • Check your child’s homework and follow his or her progress in school by looking at report cards and attending teacher conferences. • Be proactive and start saving for your child’s college education now. • Encourage good work habits at home. • Watch college sports and academic bowls on television and then discuss those colleges. • Attend college events. • Allow your child to dress in college gear. • Encourage your child's aspirations and talents. • Help your child see the connection between elementary school, college, career, and life success. • Encourage your child to take challenging courses in school.
Tomorrow is FS Football Homecoming Day! A few reminders: 1. Be sure to wear blue and white to show your support of the Wildcats! 2. Tattoos will be sold by the FS Cheerleaders starting at 8:15 in the LES lobby. Students will be called down by homerooms. All students must bring a permission slip and $1 for each tattoo to the lobby in order to participate. ***Note from the cheerleading sponsor: The Wildcat Tattoos are waterproof. Do not scrub, rub or scratch off.They will not wash off with soap and water; friction from vigorous washing may damage skin.TO REMOVE:Press tape on tattoo and lift away, or dissolve with baby oil or rubbing alcohol. 3. All students must have a signed permission slip on file in the front office stating whether the student will be riding in the parade or walking with the teachers and classmates to the parade. 4. All students must return to school after the parade. If you choose to check out your child, please do so in the front office, and students will be counted tardy and unexcused without an approved reason. It's always a great day to be a WILDCAT! C-A-T-S CATS CATS CATS!
LES picture orders are due September 17th and retakes are scheduled for October 17th.
We won the WBKO Poppy's Field Trip Voting Contest! Thanks to everyone that voted. LES is now entered into a drawing to win $2,000 to promote leadership among our students...keep your fingers crossed! We can't wait to see Poppy at LES next week!
2014 Football Homecoming is upon us! Here are the dress-up days for next week: Monday, September 15th – ‘Merica Day Dress up in your best American attire! Tuesday, September 16th – Athlete vs. Mathlete Day Pair up and dress as an athlete and nerd! Wednesday, September 17th – Salad Day Represent your favorite salad dressing! Blue Cheese (Wear Blue), Ranch (Western), Thousand Island (Hawaiian), or be creative and come up with your own representation! Thursday, September 18th – Imposter Day Dress up like your favorite teacher or famous person! Friday, September 19th – Spirit Day Support the F-S Wildcats by wearing blue and white!
Reminder: Fourth Grade Grandparents' Breakfast is Tuesday, September 9th. All guests must have written permission from the child's guardian and bring in a picture ID to have breakfast with our LES students (safety first!). Fifth Graders are welcoming their grandparents for breakfast on Monday, September 15th. We are excited to welcome and honor our Grandparents!
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There is no school on Monday, September 1 (Labor Day), or Tuesday, September 2nd (teacher learning community day)...enjoy your extended weekend!
Reminder: School pictures are this Friday, August 29th. Please do not wear green as it interferes with the green screen technology the photographer uses.
Mark your calendars now...school pictures will be Friday, August 29th. In order to help things flow smoothly, we would love to have some volunteers help the photographers that morning. If you are interested, please contact Ms. Moyers at 270-586-7133.
We are so proud of our students here at LES on their first week back! In just three days we have witnessed an abundance of manners, diligence, and Lincoln PRIDE...we can't wait to see what's in store for next week!
What a great first day at LES! We can't wait to see everyone again tomorrow! Just a reminder that ALL students receive FREE BREAKFAST this year...encourage your child to participate in this wonderful program.
Report cards go home tomorrow, Friday, March 27th...be on the lookout for awesome academic achievement!
The Boys and Girls Club will be closed on Tuesday, March 31st. If your child normally attends the BGC after school, please send a note to school with alternate transportation arrangements for that day.
Junior Achievement needs 8 volunteers for 5th grade programs in Lincoln Elementary classrooms! With the help of Junior Achievement, volunteers would take part in "JA in a Day" on April 1, 2015.Volunteers would teach 5 lessons to a class on that day instead of coming on 5 separate weeks. Junior Achievement (JA) empowers students to their own economic success. With your help, our volunteer-delivered programs teach college and work-readiness, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy skills, and use experiential learning to inspire kids to dream big and reach their full potential. We need your help to make a difference! If you or anyone you know may be interested in volunteering for any of the classes above, please contact Megan Orman, Program Manager for Junior Achievement of South Central Kentucky at email@example.com or by phone at 270-782-0280.
Graham Photography will be at LES on Friday, April 3rd to take individual spring and classroom group pictures.
Thank you students, parents, and staff for a wonderful first day of school! The smiling faces of the students warmed our hearts and filled us with happiness. We are excited to do it again tomorrow! What was the best part of your child's first day of this school year? Comment and tell us below!
LES welcomes Mr. Damon Tabor as interim principal! After a thorough search process, the LES SBDM Council has decided an interim principal will serve the school until a permanent principal is hired. Mr. Tabor has extensive experience as an educator and principal. After serving 19 years as a teacher, coach, and administrator in Simpson County Schools, he became the principal of Rockfield Elementary in Warren County where he served from 1999-2008. Before retiring in 2013, he was principal of Warren East High School. Mr. Tabor is excited to return to Franklin-Simpson to serve the children, staff, and parents at LES.