I hope you had a nice weekend.
With only three Mondays left in the school year, the final eighteen days of school will be busy.
Beginning this week our third and fourth graders will participate in the Spring administration of the NWEA MAP assessment. In a typical school year, this assessment is given to 3rd and 4th grade students in the Fall and Spring. This year our kids took this assessment in the Winter and this week will take the Spring administration. Below is the schedule we will follow:
Many thanks to the core group of lunch/recess volunteers who’ve aided in our pandemic lunches at Lincoln. In these final days, we still have a few open time slots where support would be greatly appreciated. Please reach out to me if you are interested or willing to help.
Finally, please don’t forget about the adjustment that was made to the D90 student attendance calendar. Friday, May 28 will be a non-attendance day for all students.
As always, thank you for your continued support of Lincoln. Please never hesitate to reach out if there is anything more I can do to support your family. Have a wonderful week. CG
On May 21st, we will have our final author visit in honor of Asian American Pacific Islander month. Natasha Yim, author of Goldy Luck and the three Pandas and Mulan’s Lunar New Year, will be virtually visiting with us in K-2 and 3rd/4th. We’re excited to meet her and hear about her books. If you would like to purchase any of her books, please click this form.
Please return all library books by Friday, May 28th. We appreciate your help with this!
Get ready to send them to Roosevelt in the fall! Teacher-approved kits from SchoolKidz available for purchase, starting Monday, May 10th.
www.shopttkits.com . Enter account number 20848 in the red box. Sale site will be open from 5/10/21-6/18/21.
All SchoolKidz supply boxes will be mailed to your home. Expect them to arrive sometime in July. You will be notified via email by SchoolKidz when your student’s kit has shipped. Supplies will come in plain cardboard boxes – no “carry handles.”
See attached for more information.
Please come out and support the last fundraising event for PIMA at Portillo’s (Forest Park location) on Wednesday, May 19th from 5 to 8 pm. 20% of your purchase will be donated to the music program at District 90. Please show the attached flyer or mention PIMA when placing your order. This offer only applies to drive-thru orde
River Forest Public Schools registration for the 2021-22 school year opens Friday, April 30. All the District 90 registration forms are online and can be found within the PowerSchool parent portal. A link to the PowerSchool parent portal can be found under the Quick Links section of your student’s school’s website.
You will need a PowerSchool Parent Portal account to access the registration forms. A complete guide for how to complete these forms can be found in our How to Register Your Student document. All pertinent student registration documents can be found on the District 90 Student Registration page, and are there to assist you with this process.
These documents include New Account instructions, Adding a Student to an Existing Account, and if you already have an account, but have forgotten your password please refer to the Forgot Password? document.
Please fill out your registration forms as soon as possible as this information is helpful in addressing staffing needs for next school year.
Please complete the online registration forms by Wednesday, June 30. On July 1, the PowerSchool Parent Portal will be closed to prepare for the 2021-22 school year. The PowerSchool Parent Portal will reopen on Monday, August 2.
**Please note that registration fees are still paid through RevTrak web store. RevTrak will be available throughout the summer. Please go to our District 90 web store to pay all registration fees for your student(s). An early bird discount is available from April 30 through June 14.*
Please have your child(ren) fill out a Lincoln Love Note for their awesome teachers and staff members. Parents can fill these out too! These notes will be distributed to the staff during Teacher Appreciation Week. Lincoln Love “Shout Out” Form
In continued recognition of Mental Health Awareness month:
Pillars Community Health presents TRU STORY:
A one-hour virtual presentation featuring songs from the musical TRU on Thursday, May 27 at 7 pm, followed by a panel discussion at 8 pm. TRU highlights the life of “Truman,” a man living with mental illness. The musical debuted with a sold-out run at the 2018 Chicago Musical Theatre Festival where it took home 14 nominations and 2 wins for “Best Choreography” and “Best Music.” During TRU STORY, Gosz and Fotos unpack the origins of sharing their own mental health journeys through the medium of musical theatre, and encourage viewers to find a way to tell their truths. Following the presentation, Pillars Community Health will lead a panel discussion with mental health leaders from west suburban organizations including NAMI Metro Suburban, Riveredge Hospital, and Cicero Family Services. Click here for more information.
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