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Posted Friday, Jan 29, 2016 
Some 60 alumni, including staff and former LCS parents gathered on January 3, 2016 for the 2016 Accra LCS Alumni Reunion at Burger and Relish in Osu. Alumni ranging from as far back as the 80s to recent graduates from the class of 2015 enjoyed an evening of reminiscing, reconnecting and pleasant surprises.
Posted Friday, Jan 29, 2016 
On January 15 - 16, Grade 12 students in IB Environmental Systems & Societies and Biology class, engaged in fieldwork for the Practical Scheme of Work and IA portions of their courses. The class visited Shai Hills Resource Reserve to carry out their studies.
Posted Friday, Jan 29, 2016 
On Friday, January 22, and Monday, January 25, 120 art students in Ms. Lisa Thompson's art classes, were joined by Professor Mary Hark, from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, for an intensive papermaking workshop.
Posted Friday, Jan 29, 2016 
The LCS National Honors Society (NHS) organized a successful auction at the High School Assembly on Wednesday, January 20. Within less than an hour they were able to raise 2, 835 Ghana Cedis.
Posted Friday, Jan 29, 2016 
Each December we bid farewell to some of our families who are moving and yet January comes along filled with welcomes for new families. On Monday, January 11, school resumed with hugs and smiles after our mid-winter break.
Posted Friday, Jan 29, 2016 
The coffee this month invited architects, with design firm Perkins & Eastman, to a meeting with parents to hear about the Board's plans on the campus re-development project. The international design firm, Perkins & Eastman, has been awarded a contract to develop schematic drawings for the school's Master Facilities Plan.
Posted Friday, Jan 29, 2016 
The Right to Be Free Club hosted another art workshop on Tuesday, January 19th. In cooperation with a group of artists from Nima Muhinmancha Art (NMA), Lincoln students created four large works of art to express their feelings about the issue of child trafficking.
Posted Thursday, Dec 17, 2015 
Lincoln hosted visiting artist Faustina Ayambire during the week of November 17, her visit transformed the Elementary School Playground with a beautiful collaborative mural. Faustina spent the week at LCS as an Artist in Residence. She is an artist of the Sirigu form of painting using traditional patterns and symbols in her work.
Posted Thursday, Dec 17, 2015 
On December 11th, grade 4 students turned the clock back 100 years. Dressed as 1914 European migrants, the students disembarked at Ellis Island Immigration Center, more commonly known to us as the VPAC/NPAT
Posted Thursday, Dec 17, 2015 
Lincoln hosted visiting artist Faustina Ayambire during the week of November 17, her visit transformed the Elementary School Playground with a beautiful collaborative mural. Faustina spent the week at LCS as an Artist in Residence. She is an artist of the Sirigu form of painting using traditional patterns and symbols in her work.
Posted Tuesday, Dec 15, 2015 
The PTO Breakfast Forum last Tuesday, December 8th was a nice combination of useful information, great performances and tasty food. The forum was opened with a beautiful performance by Grade 5 with the song "Circle of Life" from the Lion King.
Posted Tuesday, Dec 15, 2015 
The annual LCS Holiday Bazaar this year took place on November 28th, 2015. Each year vendors and buyers from across Ghana come together to enjoy a special shopping experience just in time for the holidays. According to the PTO, organizers of the event, this year's bazaar was one of the most successful bazaars to date. There were 200 vendors and 18 food vendors in total.
Posted Tuesday, Dec 15, 2015 
On Friday the 4th and Saturday the 5th of December LCS hosted their annual LCS invitational. This tournament brought both international and local schools from Ghana: The American International School, St. Joseph's, Sacred Heart, DUNK and our mighty Lincoln Lions. By Abigail Agyapong
Posted Tuesday, Dec 15, 2015 
On the 18th of November, the MUN team went to GIS to participate in a mock debate. The debate was divided into two committees: General Assembly and Security Council. We debated on the various issues: The influx of Syrian refugees, LGBT rights, and the crisis in Yemen.
Posted Tuesday, Dec 15, 2015 
On Thursday, December 3, the Right To Be Free Club club organized an art workshop with Mr. Kobina Nyarko to raise awareness about child trafficking in Ghana and to raise money for the organization, Right To Be Free. Mr. Nyarko is one of Ghana's top contemporary artists, and his trademark style featuring numerous tiny fish on a large canvas has become well-known internationally.
Posted Friday, Nov 27, 2015 
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.
Posted Friday, Nov 27, 2015 
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!
Posted Friday, Nov 27, 2015 
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.
Posted Thursday, Nov 26, 2015 
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.
Posted Tuesday, Nov 24, 2015 
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
Posted Monday, Nov 23, 2015 
Led by student leaders Eugenia and Roshni, a trip was made to Top Ridge school. There they had a nice interaction with the primary school children. Coloring sheets were distributed and the students did an awesome job at it. Later the finished products were held up for display
Posted Monday, Nov 23, 2015 
As part of activities at Lincoln Community School in Accra in recognition of world-wide Remembrance Day, the Human Rights Club invited and had an interaction with a retired soldier and senior citizen of Ghana. They were WO1 Bright Segbefia and Mrs Linah Boateng, a retired educationist. The audience was the grade 9 Humanities class of Mr Stephan Anagnost (Mr. A).
Posted Monday, Nov 23, 2015 
LCS welcomed visiting author David Hyde Costello this month from November 11- 13. David was our AISA sponsored author / artist this year. David presented his art filled creative presentation to all of our elementary students, Pre-K through grade five. He arrived in Ghana on Tuesday evening and was ready to start his busy day on Wednesday morning
Posted Monday, Nov 23, 2015 
Those who attended the PTO Coffee Hour on November 3rd discovered new ways of giving back to our community. First, LCS Board President, Eva Cavanna, and LCS Head of School, Dennis Larkin, reviewed important projects funded by the Lincoln Fund and the Advancement Team invited parents to contribute to the Lincoln Fund during November.
Posted Monday, Nov 23, 2015 
Recently, the LCS swim team travelled to Dakar, Senegal to compete in this year's West African International School Athletic League (WAISAL). At the meet, we managed to take both 1st place for the girls, boys and overall.We travelled last Wednesday afternoon, the 11th of November 2015 and arrived late night in Dakar, quickly falling asleep at the International School of Dakar

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