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For the fifth consecutive year, our Lincoln Boys Volleyball team has faced the mighty black and yellow Jaguars in the WAISAL finals – a classic rival game against the International School of Dakar. Three time defending champions of the tournament, the roaring Lions sought to maintain the legacy alive.
The two-day MYP (Grades 6-10) Arts and Design Festival at Lincoln Community School was a wonderful success. Beginning with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday afternoon with Dr. Larkin at the MS Library, student work was proudly presented by Ms. Jemima Jackson (MS/HS Design), Ms. Gladys Adinyira Wauku (HS Visual Art), Ms. Lisa Maren Thompson (MS/HS Visual Art), Mr. Eric Taylor (MS/HS Band), Mr. Iain Cowieson (MS/HS Theater), Ms. Chantra Reinman (MS Drama), and Ms. Kelly McKay (MS Movement and Vocal Music, HS Dance, HS Choir). Congratulations to all artists, designers, and performers!
On Saturday 21st November 2015 the Lincoln Community School Global Issues Service Summit group (GISS) ran the second street store in Accra, Ghana. Once again the LCS community donated clothing, shoes and bags to this great event and over 2500 items were collected. All items were checked over and then sorted into categories by the students and teacher members of the GISS club over a 14 week period.
This month record numbers of the LCS community turned out to witness the High School students' production of "Return To The Forbidden Planet". Months of hard work culminated in three evening performances in the MPH with well over 500 people seeing the show over the three nights.
On Saturday, November 14, 2015, the Educators' Network held its sixth teacher training conference at the Lincoln Community School in Accra. The theme of this conference was inspired by an Akan proverb which means: "Peppers do not all suddenly ripen at the same time". Over 500 teachers from Accra and beyond participated. The vast majority of these participants were teachers from basic schools, ranging from pre-school to JHS levels