What's New at Lincoln

4th of July Parade Float
July 4th Float
Happy Fourth of July! This year all three Ridgefield Park Elementary Schools participated together in the traditional town Fourth of July Parade. It was a great way to really kick off the summer season in true RP fashion. After overcoming many challenges this year, the theme of the 2021 float was, “We’re In This Together.” Members from all three PTA’s worked together to make this fun and colorful project come to life. Students and PTA board members from all of the elementary schools rode on their impressive creation while waving to the crowds, blowing bubbles and energetically dancing to great music. A great time was had by all!
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Clothing Donations
Lincoln Lions Organize and Help Each Other Out
During the last month of school, Lincoln School students and staff are being encouraged to purge, clean and organize. This is a great way to end this school year and to be set for a fresh new start. The Lincoln School Safety Patrol Members would like to encourage families to have an experience like this at home as well. Please go through a closet at home with your family and clean out old clothing that you no longer want or fits. Pass it along to a friend, family member or family in need. You’ll feel proud about your organized closet and helping someone special. If you are looking for where donations are being accepted, there are five clothing drop boxes sponsored by the Ridgefield Park Fire Department (Elks -rear lot, DPW- Industrial Avenue, VFW- side lot by Bergen Turnpike, HP Auto Repair- Hazelton Street, Westview Gas Station- side lot by Railroad Avenue and Third Street). Please take pictures during this experience and post them to the Guidance Google Classroom page by June 18th. Thank you for your support!
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The Scarlet Quill Jr. Masthead
New Edition of the Scarlet Quill Jr.
We are so delighted to share Edition 3 of the Scarlet Quill Jr. Our 5th and 6th grade journalists continue to write about their interests while culminating the pieces into one template. Please enjoy reading the material from each of our elementary buildings. Once again, we thank Mrs. Barrera, Mrs. Gerard, Mrs. Suarez, Mrs. Centrella, Mrs. Argila, Mrs. Haase, and Mr. Kenny for their efforts with the aspiring journalists. Please click the link to read the Scarlet Quill Jr., April Edition 3.
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Motivational Stairwell
Lincoln Motivation!
Lincoln School is pairing up with Safety Patrol to help build motivational stairwells. They have worked with Mrs. Alkin to think of quotes or messages, in which they will be printed on vinyl paper and added to stairwells. One has already been designed by Dr. Ferraro as an example. Located by second and fifth grade classrooms, this staircase has several positive messages, such as "Mistakes are proof that you are trying" and "Begin each day with a smile." Let's make sure our children are motivated throughout the day!
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new website homepage
RP Website Relaunch
We are pleased to announce that the Ridgefield Park district website has a new look and feel. We've added a megamenu which will put most important resources only one click away as well as a qucklinks bar for our most accessed resources. Then there will be more text to test the overflow feature.
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Masthead of Scarlet Quill Jr.
Read Our New Scarlet Quill Jr.
Looking for quality literature? Try the Scarlet Quill Jr. Our 5th and 6th graders were offered an opportunity to write anything based on their interest while culminating the pieces into one template. Please enjoy reading the material from each of our buildings. Each students’ piece includes their name and the school they attend.
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Teacher Holding Book
Help Us Celebrate Read Across America!
In recognition of Read Across America Week on March 1, Lincoln School is working with the PTA to create a jam-packed week filled with reading related activities. Some of these include the tradition of dressing up doors, guest readers, and attire themed days. We even have a competition on most pages read! One of the best features is our virtual bedtime stories by some of our teachers. Snuggle up with a blanket and listen to a bedtime story with your child!
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