Lincoln Public Schools provides all necessary school supplies. Below are suggested
donations and personal school supplies. Due to LPS District policy,
hand sanitizer must be Purell or Germ-X, contain at least 60% alcohol and unscented.
Disinfecting wipes must be Clorox.
KINDERGARTEN – Donations of Kleenex, Elmer’s glue sticks, 24-count size Crayola crayons, #2 yellow pencils, Expo black fine tip dry erase markers, Crayola fine line markers,10-pack; Crayola broad line markers, 10-pack; Clorox wipes, Hand sanitizer.
FIRST GRADE – Donations of Kleenex, Expo black fine tip markers, Colored Expo markers, Glue sticks and liquid glue, Crayons, Stickers, Ticonderoga #2 yellow pencils, Clorox wipes and hand sanitizer.
SECOND GRADE – Donations of #2 pencils (Ticonderoga), medium point black dry erase markers (Expo), packs of 24 crayons (Crayola), Clorox wipes, Hand sanitizer, Kleenex, Ziplock Bags any size, poly material (plastic) pocket folders, plastic page protectors, stickers – used for incentive charts
THIRD GRADE – Donations of Kleenex, Prizes (fun erasers, bracelets, fancy pens, etc.) Fine Point Black Expo Markers, Loose leaf wide ruled paper, Hand sanitizer
FOURTH GRADE – Classroom contributions are always appreciated if you would like to contribute. Below is a list of supplies that students in 4th Grade classrooms will use this year: Kleenex, #2 pencils, sharpened, 6 poly-material 2 pocket folders (no prongs because these will be 3-hole punched), one wide ruled composition notebook (100 page – not spiral), 1.5″ 3 ring binder (NO TRAPPER KEEPERS), Hand sanitizer (Purell or Germ X), Clorox Wipes, Thin dry erase markers
FIFTH GRADE – Classroom contributions are always appreciated if you would like to contribute Kleenex, Pencils, EXPO black markers (narrow or regular black), Clorox Wipes and hand sanitizer. Here is a list of supplies that students in 5th Grade classrooms will use this year. 2-inch 3 ring binder, 1- zipper pencil pouch, 5 plastic pocket folders, 4- spiral or composition notebooks, erasers, checking pens and highlighters.
Congratulations to these winners for the Bike Rodeo. CITY BIKE RODEO Event is on Tuesday, May 17th at Southpointe from 5-8. Event sponsored by LLCHD. It’s a family cycling event open to anyone who wants to attend. Bring your own bike and helmet.
Stop on the Spot: Emily Amen
Slow Balance: Graydon Ousey
Rock Dodge; John Munter
Slalom: Mac Ousey
OVERALL CHAMPION: Graydon Ousey
Stop on the Spot: 3 WAY TIE – Luke Llewellyn, Quinton Thornock, Gabriel Hastings
Slow Balance: Addie Baltensperger
Rock Dodge; Addie Baltensperger
Slalom: Liam Bartholow
OVERALL CHAMPION: Gabriel Hastings
Across LPS more than 120 students and staff members were individually recognized for their ability to inspire their school communities and make our world a better place as part of the Foundation for LPS annual Inspire Awards.
To read all the nominations and watch special video messages go to: https://www.foundationforlps.org/inspire-awards/
Congratulations to Mrs. Schaffer and Livia King!
Due to construction, please make sure you are aware of the following arrival and dismissal procedures that will take place starting March 21.
Arrival: Students will not be able to enter to lower playground from the north steps nor the north gate along Calvert Street. Students will either need to take the sidewalk along the south side of the school to get to the playground or they will need to come into school from the main entrance and walk down the hallway to the playground. All Kindergarten students will line up in the circle by the front entrance. First graders will line up by Door 13. All other students will continue to line up on the playground.
Dismissal: Kindergarten students will dismiss from the circle. First grade students will dismiss out door 13. Second grade will dismiss from door 10 (north side of the school). Third grade will be dismissing out door 9, (north side of the school). Fourth and Fifth grade students will all dismiss east on the sidewalk from their regular doors.
If you have children that meet up with each other after school on the back playground, please help them determine a new meeting place. Students will not be able to meet up with siblings on the back playground.
Thank you for your help in making arrival and dismissal a smooth process during construction. Dr. Badje
Books & Beyond 2022
(Rousseau’s Annual Reading Incentive Program)
★ February 7-March 4
★ Read and earn prizes each week!
Use the reading record sheets to keep track of minutes read for 4 weeks. Reading record sheets will be sent home in Friday Folders and will also be available in the library and on the Rousseau website under PTO.
Return the reading record sheets on Fridays, February 11th, 17th, 25th,
and March 4th.
★ Kindergarten-1st grade:
- Read (or be read to) a total of 60 minutes to complete one reading record sheet per week.
★ 2nd-5th grade:
- Read a total of 120 minutes to complete one reading record sheet per week.
★ Parents or guardians must verify reading record sheets with their signature.
★ Small prizes will be awarded for each student turning in a reading record sheet on Fridays, February 11th, 17th, 25th and March 4th.
★ Students completing the program (4 sheets) will receive a medal.
★ Students completing 8 sheets will receive an additional prize.