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Dear Lincoln School Community,

This Thursday, we welcomed author Sarah Weeks to Lincoln School for her second visit of the school year! Sarah worked with students in grades 3-5 in special “Writer’s Workshops,” where she guided them through the process she undertakes as an author, and engaged them in a number of writing exercises. Thank you to Mrs. Husstege for helping to coordinate the day, and the PTO for supporting her return. This was a terrific experience for our older students, and a key part of our “Lincoln Loves Literacy” month celebrating reading! Sarah also did an interview with our 5th graders for an upcoming episode of The Lion’s Den. For the most recent episode which just dropped, featuring an interview with NFL Hall of Famer and NY Giant great Harry Carson, please click here, and enjoy! 

I invite you to join us on Thursday, March 30th, from 4:30-6:00 pm for our annual “Lincoln School Makerspace Family Night.” This event is being presented as part of the Wyckoff Connected Parent Series, and will be held in our Multi-Purpose Room. You will have an opportunity to participate in a variety of high-tech and low-tech “maker” activities that highlight problem solving, coding, designing, and the engineering process. Click here for more information about the Wyckoff Connected Parent series. We look forward to seeing you on March 30th at our Family Makerspace Night!

Report cards for the second marking period are available for viewing on Genesis today, March 24th, at the end of the school day. If you have any difficulty accessing the portal, please email our Genesis help desk at

I ask for your support in being mindful of the start time for the school day. In the past few weeks, I’ve noticed an increase in students being tardy for school, which begins at 8:50 am. I thank you in advance for your cooperation. As a parent myself, I know it can be difficult at times to get the children up and ready for school; however, it is important for them to start the day on time for Morning Meeting with their classmates, which sets the tone for the school day. If you need any support, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me or your child’s teacher. Thank you again for your support!

Finally, I extend my best wishes for a peaceful Ramadan to those members of our community who are observing this month. Have a wonderful weekend!



Patrick Lee


Friday, 3/24 - Report cards issued on the Parent Portal - 3:30 pm
Wednesday, 3/29 - 3rd Grade & 4th Grade Spring Concert
          Students - 10:00 am; Parents & Guests - 2:15 pm
Thursday, 3/30 - Makerspace Night - 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Tuesday, 4/4 - Spring Book Fair
Wednesday, 4/5 - Spring Book Fair
Friday, 4/7 - Friday, 4/14 - Schools Closed for Spring Break
Monday, 4/17 - Schools Reopen
          Pizza Love Fundraiser
Thursday, 4/20 - PTO Meeting - 9:15 am MPR
          5th Grade Giving Back Ice Cream Fundraiser
          Incoming 6th Grade Parent Orientation at EMS - 6:30 pm
Friday, 4/21 - Grade 5 Visits EMS
Monday, 4/24 -  BOE Meeting - 6:30 pm
Wednesday, 4/26 - Lincoln Science Fair 6:30 pm
Friday, 4/28 - Family Art Night - 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm


FRIDAY FOLDERS (Click here to view Friday Folder documents): 

Mens Softball 2023 Flyer (NEW)
Creative Cooking and Crafting - May 2023 (NEW)
Student Council - Book Swap Fundraiser 
Third and Fourth Grade Spring Concert Flyer 
Wyckoff Rec - Football Cheerleading Registration Flyer 
Wyckoff Connected Parent Series


The Lincoln School Student Council is organizing a $1 Book Swap that will take place on Tuesday, March 28-Thursday, March 30.  Students are encouraged to bring in their money to shop for books.  All books are $1 and the money raised will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project.


Wyckoff Summer Academies registration is now open.  Students are invited to come and explore engaging, creative, and academic classes that motivate and inspire all to continue learning in a fun environment. 

The Wyckoff Summer Academies is a program designed for children entering Kindergarten through 7th grade. Please select preferences based on your child’s grade in September 2023.  

  • One-week sessions

    • Week 1: July 5 - July 7 Mini Session

    • Week 2: July 10 - 14

    • Week 3: July 17 - 21

    • Week 4: July 24 - 28

  • The program runs from 8:20 am - 12:45 pm

  • Each student must select and rank class preferences.

  • One-time $25 per student non-refundable registration fee, which must be paid at registration. $200 per week and the mini-session is $100.

General Information: 



New this year:  Camp Invention: STEAM - Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math

A three-period daily schedule for grades 1-2, 3-4, and 5-7. The program is being offered as part of the Wyckoff Summer Academies over two one-week sessions. The program taught by Wyckoff teachers is a creative, open-ended learning opportunity. This is a very hands-on experience that aligns with national standards. More information about the classes is available here: and linked below are videos about each class.  


For information about all school, district and PTO events, please visit our calendar on the Lincoln home page. 

Be on the lookout for weekly e-blast updates from school and from our PTO, usually sent out over the weekend.  

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