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Posted Friday, Nov 28, 2014 
The LCS Volleyball teams participated in the WAISAL Volleyball tournament in Senegal a couple of weeks ago. Their performance was excellent and they returned victorious. Click inside for reflections from the girl's team.
Posted Friday, Nov 28, 2014 
The Lincoln Fund theme this year, Going Forward Together wouldn't be complete without the 2014-2015 campaign mascot: the mango tree. Click inside for more.
Posted Friday, Nov 28, 2014 
This week's artwork comes from grade 8 student, Max Edminster with his optical illusion art piece. Click inside to view the full artwork.
Posted Friday, Nov 28, 2014 
On Saturday the 22, nine students from LCS Roots & Shoots and 30 from Al Rayan International School went on a service trip to the Solo Monkey Forest Sanctuary in Old Bortianor near Bojo Beach. Click inside for more.
Posted Friday, Nov 28, 2014 
Some 35 members of school staff from various sections of the school participated in this year's first aid/CPR training for staff held at LCS. The main objective was to equip staff to recognize common medical illness and injuries and to know what to do in these situations.
Posted Friday, Nov 28, 2014 
At the MYP Arts Party on Tuesday, ninth and tenth grade visual art students offered sixteen different art workshops, including collage, bracelet weaving, and tin foil sculpture! In the NPAT, the audience was delighted with performances by MYP students in Vocal Music and Movement, Drama, Choir, and Ban.d Click inside for more.
Posted Friday, Nov 21, 2014 
The holiday season came early this year as more than 1000 people flocked to the popular LCS Bazaar to visit more than 200 vendors selling locally made and imported arts and crafts, holiday decorations and gifts, paintings, furniture and jewelry.
Posted Friday, Nov 21, 2014 
Click inside for highlights from the recent Bolina's Academy and Roots and Shoots CAS trips.
Posted Friday, Nov 21, 2014 
This week's artwork comes from KGA and KGB students with their collaborative art piece called the Tree of Celebration. Click inside to view the full artwork.
Posted Friday, Nov 21, 2014 
This past weekend the Boys and Girls Volleyball teams travelled to Senegal for the WAISAL Volleyball Tournament and returned champions. Click inside for a review from the boy's team.
Posted Friday, Nov 21, 2014 
This week students got the opportunity to engage with a wide range of college representatives, through group presentations and the annual CIS College Fair. Click inside for more.
Posted Friday, Nov 14, 2014 
The Human Rights Club (HRC) hosted "Pick your human rights" this week at the Elementary, Middle and High Schools. Click inside for more as well as other projects the HRC has been working on.
Posted Friday, Nov 14, 2014 
This week's artwork comes from grade 12 student, Tiffany Appiah. Click inside to view the full artwork.
Posted Friday, Nov 14, 2014 
The National Honors Society (NHS) organized a fun auction to raise more than 2000 Ghana Cedis in support of their student scholarships at the HS Assembly this week.
Posted Friday, Nov 14, 2014 
A total of 41 Middle and High School students and 10 Teacher chaperones moved in a convoy en route to Aponoapono village near the town of Suhum last Saturday for the CAS Cocoa Trip. Click inside for more.
Posted Friday, Nov 7, 2014 
We return with the weekly artwork of the week feature. This week's artwork comes from grade 7 student, Beatriz do Vale Fernandes. Click inside to view the full artwork.
Posted Friday, Nov 7, 2014 
Every year our school is involved in multiple sports competitions. One of which is the West African International School Athletic League (WAISAL), which includes volleyball, basketball, football and swimming. This past weekend, Lincoln Community School hosted this year's Swimming WAISAL 2014.
Posted Friday, Nov 7, 2014 
LCS would like to thank parents, faculty, students and the PTO for participating in the Learning Spaces Workshop sessions this week with visiting architects from the US, Donna Zalecky and Douglas Steele. Click inside for more.
Posted Friday, Nov 7, 2014 
Peter Bowers, PhD, founder of the WordWorks Literacy Centre in Ontario, Canada was at LCS this week to talk to elementary students, teachers and parents about Structured Word Inquiry, the primary spelling methodology which helps build an understanding of how the written word works.
Posted Friday, Nov 7, 2014 
More than 25 parents attending the PTO's 3rd Breakfast Forum were treated to a workshop, "The Dot" organized by past PTO President and former art teacher Rima Fakhry about self discovery through art therapy, How art as a form of self-expression helps conciliate with one's self. Click inside for more.
Posted Friday, Nov 7, 2014 
A few weeks ago, during Peace Week, Elementary School students had a Mix it Up Lunch, planned by the ES Safe and Inclusive Schools Committee. Just what is Mix It Up at Lunch Day?
Posted Friday, Oct 31, 2014 
Internationally renowned author John Coy visited LCS on October 30th and 31st October to talk to teachers and students about grade level presentations and lessons.
Posted Friday, Oct 31, 2014 
Seniors were treated to a surprise breakfast this week on Wednesday, October 29. The breakfast was put together to celebrate the seniors and important benchmarks they have crossed so far in their senior year.
Posted Friday, Oct 31, 2014 
Parents were invited for the third coffee for the 2014-15 school year on October 28 at Nkomode. Parents participated in table conversations and activities to engage with classroom assessment practices at LCS. Click inside for more.
Posted Friday, Oct 31, 2014 
The LCS Human Rights Club-Krakow Journey is a group of devoted students and teachers who are working to understand these basic human rights, and who want to take action in order to enforce change. It is a space for students to learn about the struggles of humans and the evolution of rights. Click inside to learn more about the club and projects they are working on.

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