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Posted Friday, Nov 25, 2016 
The Shadow Show: By Group of Grade 2 Students A small reading group put together a Shadow Show, after reading the book Lon Po Po, A Red-Riding Hood Story From China. by Ed Young.
Posted Friday, Nov 25, 2016 
On Saturday, November 12th, 2016, The Educators' Network (TEN) held their 8th teacher training conference at the Lincoln Community School in Accra. Each of the TEN conference's are built around a theme, the theme is then reflected in fabric prints worn by conference volunteers.
Posted Friday, Nov 25, 2016 
This semester, students in the HS Applied Science (AS) class participated in an international collaborative unit studying Climate Change. As part of the #Decarbonize: #BlueYouth program from the Centre for Global Education and Taking It Global, we worked with students and teachers from15 other schools in 14 other nations to understand the impacts
Posted Friday, Nov 25, 2016 
It was an exciting weekend in Lagos Nigeria, as the combined teams of Lincoln Lions Swimming returned with their fifth straight championship banners as both Boys' Champion and Girls' Champion. It was a new challenge for a young Lincoln team
Posted Friday, Nov 25, 2016 
During the first week of November, both the elementary and MS/HS librarians hosted the award winning Carole Boston Weatherford, an author of children's literature, historical books, poetry and commentaries. She visited both elementary and middle school classes
Posted Friday, Nov 25, 2016 
The PTO Coffee morning in November welcomed everyone with a warm smile, envelopes filled with 'book goodies' and a board displaying the beauty of books. The weather was cloudy with promises of rain in the forecast on the morning of November 8th at the Nkomode Cafe, but that didn't shake parents;
Posted Friday, Nov 25, 2016 
For three nights in mid-November the MPH rocked to Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey's world famous tunes as the LCS High School students performed "Grease"! ver 600 members of the LCS community and members of the public came to see the show
Posted Friday, Oct 28, 2016 
With tunes of famous local musicians in the background, the soft rumbles of excited voices was everywhere. Colorful fabrics were streamed across the Nkomode Cafe with most attendees dressed in their respective Ghanaian fabrics.
Posted Friday, Oct 28, 2016 
It was a fun and exciting weekend of sports at LCS. With Lionfest and the Volleyball Invitational the campus was alive with Lincoln athletes. Over 300 athletes competed in swimming, soccer and volleyball over the weekend.
Posted Friday, Oct 28, 2016 
The school has been using the MAP testing (Measure of Academic Progress) to measure students' academic achievements in reading and maths. MAP is an online adaptive multiple question test for grades 3 to 9 which students write twice a year, in spring and fall. A sample of MAP result sheet was distributed and explained to the seventeen parents in attendance.
Posted Friday, Oct 28, 2016 
This week, grade 1 started our IB Unit of Inquiry 'How We Organise Ourselves'. This is an inquiry into the interconnectedness of human-made systems and communities; the structure and function of organizations; societal decision-making; economic activities and their impact on humankind and the environment.
Posted Friday, Oct 28, 2016 
As the Student Representative Council, our main goal is to engage the High School with events that bring students together. Although we plan to follow the traditions of previous SRCs, we have already begun to reinvent the events we organised.
Posted Friday, Oct 28, 2016 
On Thursday 29th September the DP Theatre students took to the NPAT stage for their annual public showing of class work.
Posted Friday, Sep 30, 2016 
This week the Elementary and Middle Schools celebrated Peace week. During the spirit days, many students dressed as famous peacemakers, showed their support for a peaceful world on cultural dress day, wore all white in the spirit of peace and ended with a House color celebration in the ES courtyard.
Posted Friday, Sep 30, 2016 
Students and teachers enjoyed a fantastic afternoon of team building activities off campus at Mmofra on September 13th. This time in the year is important for building the kind of culture and shaping the attitudes of students that we want as a class and as a middle school.
Posted Friday, Sep 30, 2016 
The Village of Hope group went on their first CAS trip of the 2015/16 academic school year on Wednesday 14th September 2016. Overall, it was a highly successful trip. We had our largest ever attendance of students who went to the orphanage. Furthermore, we also had our largest attendance of members from the orphanage.
Posted Friday, Sep 30, 2016 
Last week SGA (street girls aid) had their first trip to visit the High Achievers Day Care Center. The trip was very successful and well organized. SGA made paper dolls with the children during craft time and played games games with them during play time.
Posted Friday, Sep 30, 2016 
We as 8th graders designed this piece of installation art. To design this piece, we first discussed as a group and then separated into smaller groups. We got inspiration from Ibrahim Mahama, a Ghanaian artist, who recently did a large work in Copenhagen, Denmark. We took the location, weather, materials and other factors into consideration when planning our installation.
Posted Friday, Sep 30, 2016 
On the 20th September, We the 6th graders had planned a day of Team building activities at Mmofra gardens and Marvel mini golf. Due to the heavy downpour we cumulatively decided to stay on school campus and enjoy the activities, which were planned for them.
Posted Friday, Sep 30, 2016 
Today September 28, at the zoo, we had four students and two staff leaders. Because we were so small in numbers and because of restricted time, we were only able to help with one task, and that was the bird cage clean up. We cut down branches and put them into the bird cage to serve as the mental stimulus.
Posted Friday, Sep 30, 2016 
On Wednesday September 28, we visited the Bolina's Academy. It is a school with about 145 children. We played a fun game of hangman with the 4th grade classroom. We also had played a game of pronunciation; can you believe they could pronounce onomatopoeia at their age?
Posted Friday, Sep 30, 2016 
There was a surprise in the HS Library on the Wednesday, 28th September 2016 in the form of a Senior Breakfast during the first class period. The mothers who participated were there early making pancakes on skillets while there was an array of breakfast foods present.
Posted Friday, Sep 30, 2016 
By 8:15am on the 27th of September 2016, coffee and tea was ready for this year's first Admin Coffee in the NPAT. The topics to be discussed at the meeting were the Head of School Search and review of the 2016 IB Results. This monthly meeting was opened with the Interim Head of School, Joe Stucker, giving his welcome.
Posted Friday, Sep 30, 2016 
After an amazing Welcome Brunch organized by the PTO, they held their first monthly PTO Coffee at the Nkomode Café on Tuesday, September 6, 2016. A good number of mothers attended with, thankfully, one father in the mix. The event started with a welcome from the PTO President, Carlian Flormann.
Posted Friday, Sep 30, 2016 
Lincoln Community School prides itself in being a community that is about family. Thus every year, Family Picnic Day is a celebration of all families of students, staff and faculty. This year's Family Picnic Day was held on August 27, 2016

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