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Important Dates

February 1st- Pizza Day

February 2nd- KINDERGARTEN OPEN HOUSE- 10am-6pm

February 3rd- DS&T for Grade 6/7 Class; Kindergarten Class to Tabor Manor; Lip Sync- 1:45 pm start

February 6th- DS&T for FSP Class; Welcome Chinese Winter Camp Students

February 7th- Grade 3 Swim to Survive; Grade 4/5 and 6/7 Scientists in the Schools visits; Go Girls begins

February 8th- Therapy Dogs; Pizza Day

February 9th- Game On begins

February 10th- Term 1 Report Cards go home for all students; Sub Day

February 14th-Valentine's Day- wear RED, PINK and WHITE!; Grade 3 Swim to Survive and Library Trip; Riverlions visit

February 15th-Therapy Dogs; Pizza Day

February 16th- DS&T for Grade 6/7 Class; Grade 7/8 Sports Night at Laura Secord 6-9pm

February 17th- PD DAY- NO SCHOOL

February 20th- FAMILY DAY- NO SCHOOL

February 21st- DS&T for FSP Class; Grade 3 Swim to Survive

February 22nd- PINK SHIRT DAY! Therapy DOgs; Pizza Day

February 23rd- Character Day (Dress as your favourite book character from a book or movie!); Sub Day

Febraury 28th- Student of the Month Assembly- Period 1; Pancake Tuesday; Student Council Meeting- 6pm- All parents welcome!



Family Literacy Day!

On Friday, January 27th, the students at Lincoln read the book, "If I Ruled the World" by Linda Bailey. They discussed what it would be like if the "students" to ruled the school, then created their own classroom books to share their ideas. These books will be shared in our library for all students to read!

Check out a sample of the great ideas in the slideshow link!

Literacy Day

Parent Night: Raising Resilient Children

On Tuesday, January 24th, our School Health Nurse presented to Lincoln families on the topic of "Raising Resilient Children" from the Triple P Program. The building blocks for children to become confident, competent and resilient include:

-Showing respect for others; being considerate; having good communication and social skills; having healthy self-esteem; becoming a good problem solver and becoming independent.

For more information, please go to www.niagararegion.ca/health/parenting.

Our School Youth Counsellor was also in house to share information about the Zones of Regulation Program that is being used in many of our classrooms. Below is a chart that you can use with your child at home to get them talking about their emotions. Together with your child, you can discuss ways to regulate these feelings and find strategies to return to "The Green Zone".


School Cash Online went live at the beginning of November. We now have more than 50% of our students registered.

It takes just 5 minutes to register. Once you have done so, you can pay for field trips, pizza, sub and milk orders online. To get started, click the "Cash online" icon on this webpage. We encourage you to give it a try- you will love this convenient way to pay!

If you need any assistance, please contact the office, we would be happy to help!

Roaring with Pride in 2016-2017!

We are pleased to provide an outstanding education at Lincoln Centennial Public School for our students. Innovative programs that meet the needs of all our students are taught by our dedicated and professional staff who care about your child. Our school provides extra-curricular opportunities that encourage the development of excellence, integrity and respect.

Our Board is focused on literacy and numeracy achievement and creating an environment where we are working together on our goal of success for every student. We also value the community partnerships and parent involvement which are so crucial to a successful education for our students. We welcome your input and questions.


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