Principal's Weekly E-Blast

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Dear Lincoln,

 

I hope you are enjoying this wonderful Memorial Day, and I want to thank all of those who have served in the armed forces and remember each of them on this day.

 

Congratulations to Honorary Service Award winner, Amy Mourad, and Very Special Person Award winners, Allison Klare, Kim K. Weiss, Kim A. Weiss and Timilie Losq! Thank you for your dedication and your service! 

 

Minimum Day Reminder:

We are on a Minimum Day schedule on Thursday. Students in grades 1-5 will be dismissed at 1:35 pm. Kindergarten students will attend school from 8:00-11:20 am.

 

Lincoln’s First Lego League (FLL):

Below is the link for the google application form for next school year's FLL team.  Please share with all Lincoln families in your next schoolwide email.  Only parents of incoming 4th and 5th grade students should apply. 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdN-FZtmj6NGOmDZoNjAxF-ebL05x9zkSD-biQS2cIKPyDB1w/viewform?usp=sf_link 

 

RB Library Summer Reading Kick Off:

See the attached flyer for information about the Redondo Beach Library Summer Reading program.

 

Resources for Supporting Students after Traumatic Events:

 

 

 

Beach Cities School Well-Being Line:

Information, Support and Referrals for Families and School Staff

Call 310-374-3426 and press option 2 on school days, Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. and Fridays 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. during the 2021-2022 academic year.

 

PTA ANNOUNCEMENTS:

PTA ANNOUNCEMENTS

LINCOLN PTA APP

Don't miss an update! Friendly reminder to turn on your Lincoln App notifications so you can stay up-to-date on all PTA happenings!

 

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Carnival volunteers needed! Carnival is a BIG event and requires at least 85 volunteers to run. We currently have 25 volunteers in place. Please consider signing up for a one or two-hour time slot.  Sign up here!

 

Valet Volunteers needed next week! Please sign up here if you can help. 

 

The PTA board is looking for volunteers! Would you like to meet more families and be more involved in your child's education? Consider volunteering for one of these roles: 

Battle of the Books Chairs for 3rd and 4th/5th grade (Organizes Battle of the Books meetings, activities and final battle event; 10 hours per month from October - March; this program will not run if there are no parent volunteers.) Please contact Michelle Freifeld at [email protected]

 

PTA FUNDRAISERS

Spring Carnival- Lincoln in Wonderland! This is our final PTA FUNdraiser and community event of the year, and it's going to be WONDER-FULL! On Saturday, June 4th, bring your family, friends and neighbors and follow us down the rabbit hole for a day of games, dancing, food, crafts, prizes and more! See attached flyer and the Lincoln app for more details. 

 

Purchase Carnival tickets here!

Sign up to volunteer for Carnival here!

 

School ToolBox

Want to get an early start on next year's back-to-school shopping? Consider using School ToolBox to purchase supplies. On School ToolBox, you can view Lincoln's grade-level supply wishlists. When you shop, Lincoln gets a kickback! CLICK HERE to shop today! See Lincoln app and attached flyer for details. 

 

FunEx

Looking for fun things to do this summer? Want to save money and help the school? Shop for amusement park tickets and more on FunEx and Lincoln PTA sees up to 20% of the proceeds! CLICK HERE to shop today! See the Lincoln app and attached flyer for details. 

 

PTA PROGRAMS

Battle of the Books - Attention 3rd-5th Graders! We have our Battle of the Book lists available for next year.  Get a head start over the summer with some of these amazing books.  Please see attachments. Book lists can also be found on the Lincoln mobile app!

 

Upcoming Dates: 

May 30- No School, Holiday

June 1- Career Day

June 1- 5th Grade Yearbook Distribution

June 2- Minimum Day Schedule

June 3- June Town Hall Awards

June 3- K-4th Grade Yearbook Distribution

June 4- Spring Carnival

June 8- 5th Grade Promotion

June 8-Last Day of School, Minimum Day

 

With care,

Brianne Nakayama