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Character Trait for April: COURAGE

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Important Dates

April 3rd- World Autism Awareness Day- Wear BLUE; Niagara's Best Dance Crew Competition;Jr. Bball @ Carleton 4:45pm

April 4th- Student of the Month Assemblies; Chess Tournament; GO GIRLS

April 5th- Therapy Dogs; Pizza Day; Jr. Bball @ LC - 4pm

April 6th- Travelling Museum; GAME ON

April 7th- Sub Day

April 10th- Jr. Bball @LC- 4pm

April 11th- Carousel Players (K-3/4); Young at Art

April 12th- Therapy Dogs; Pizza Day;INt. Math Olympics; Jr. Bball @ Carleton -4:45pm

April 13th- Carousel Players Workshops (Gr. 1-3/4)



April 18th- Rotary Readers; K1 to Tabor Manor; Gr. 5/6 to Recycling Plant; Gr. 8 Personal Safety Presentation; Litterless Lunch

April 19th-Therapy Dogs; Pizza Day; K1 to Tabor Manor; Int. Badminton; Litterless Lunch

April 21st- Sub Day; Earth Day Celebration: Wear Blue and Green or be creative!; Litterless Lunch

April 25th- Rotary Readers; School Council -6pm

April 26th- VOLUNTEER TEA; Therapy Dogs; Pizza Day; Int. Badminton

April 28th- Walker's Creek Hike

Volunteer Appreciation Tea

It is time for us to say "THANK YOU" to the members of our Lincoln Centennial School community who have volunteered their time to assist here at the school. We truly rely on your ongoing support to make Lincoln such a great place to be!

We will be hosting our Volunteer Appreciation Tea on Wednesday, May 3rd at 9 am in the library. Please pass this invite on to other family members or friends who have volunteered and may not be receiving this notice (i.e. a grandparent).

Please RSVP (by April 24th) to the office if you are planning to attend.

Rankin Cancer Run

Team Lincoln Centennial is back again this year!

Please consider joining our team at the 12th Annual Rankin Run on Saturday, May 27th.

Please Encourage Others to Donate!!

The link below is your personal link to allow others to donate to support you. Copy this link and share it with others over email, Facebook, Twitter or any other method you wish!


Track and Field

    Our Track and Field season will look different this year.  We will be running a club and from that club we will be selecting a team.  To be picked for the team, we are asking the following:

  1. That students attend all practices

  2. Students are prepared to work hard and be coachable

  3. Students have a growth mindset

  4. Students meet the minimum standards (on back)

Our Region 8 Track and Field Meet is Monday May 8th at the Niagara Olympic Club (NOC).  

From the Region 8 Track meet students will have a chance to qualify for the DSBN Championship Meet on June 7th @ NOC.

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.


Remind is an easy and convenient way for families to get updates and reminders about what is happening at school by text, app or email. It is free and safe to use. Remind messages can be translated into a variety of languages too!

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