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Posted Friday, Feb 24, 2017 
Our MS Matheletes once again bring accolades, a gold medal in the individual round and the 2nd place trophy for the WAISAL MathCounts competition 2017 held in Dakar.
Posted Friday, Feb 24, 2017 
The Personal Project is a significant student-directed inquiry as well as the summative culminating task of the student's learning experiences in the IB Middle Years Programme that is produced by every grade 10 student
Posted Friday, Feb 24, 2017 
Our MS Matheletes once again bring accolades, a gold medal in the individual round and the 2nd place trophy for the WAISAL MathCounts competition 2017 held in Dakar.
Posted Friday, Feb 24, 2017 
In supporting student learning at LCS, the school nurses in conjunction with Van J Eye Care Services experienced doctors (optometrists), organized a Free Vision Screening on campus
Posted Friday, Feb 24, 2017 
At 2 assemblies (1 Secondary, 1 for upper ES) on Wednesday, 22 February, The Green Sheikh brought a message that "Sharing is Caring" and "the more we give, the more we get."
Posted Friday, Feb 24, 2017 
Pre-K had a special treat to align with their unit of inquiry on How we express ourselves! Mr. Emmanuel presented and told the children traditional Ghanaian stories.
Posted Friday, Feb 24, 2017 
World Read Aloud Day is celebrated around the world as a day to promote literacy. Lincoln Elementary participated with our reading buddies to share our
Posted Friday, Jan 27, 2017 
The PTO always enjoys starting the school semester with a big, warm, welcoming bang and this beginning of the new semester was no exception. On the 10th of January, 2017, parents.....
Posted Thursday, Dec 15, 2016 
We are passionate and prepared, hopeful and resilient, and we will not stray from our objective to challenge climate change and water sustainability. Through extensive research, discussion and collaboration, we became more aware of the issues faced by the individual
Posted Thursday, Dec 15, 2016 
The Fall MYP Arts Festival was a true celebration of arts learning in grades 6-10 at LCS. The performances began in the NPAT with music by band students including "The Great Locomotive Chase" composed by Robert W. Smith and presented by a combined 8th-10th grade band
Posted Thursday, Dec 15, 2016 
Tuesday, December 6, was the final PTO Coffee for the year 2016 at Lincoln Community School. As usual, the PTO executives pulled off an extremely exciting and welcoming Coffee, themed "Holidays around the World" promoting the diversity of cultures that are present in the Lincoln Community.
Posted Thursday, Dec 15, 2016 
We hope this message finds you well. You're receiving this email because your students' work was featured in our recent gallery exhibit, Uncovering the Everyday at the Monroe C. Gutman Library at Harvard's Graduate School of Education. Please congratulate your students once again!
Posted Thursday, Dec 15, 2016 
When the word CONCERT was mentioned in music class all students got excited! Yes, this year's concert is going to be great! By holding a short survey with all students, Ms. Suzanne and Mr. Bright found out what songs would be nice to play and sing together at the big show.
Posted Thursday, Dec 15, 2016 
This year it was our privilege to host the 2016 WAISAL HS Volleyball Tournament. As hosts, it allowed us to enter both our Varsity and Junior Varsity teams in both the boys and the girls' competitions.
Posted Thursday, Dec 15, 2016 
The 2016 WAISAL MS Soccer event took place at the International School of Dakar in early November. This event was the end of a very successful season for both the MS Girls and MS Boys soccer teams. This year we had over 50 boys and a record number of girls participating in the program.
Posted Thursday, Dec 15, 2016 
What do scientist do? Use their keen sense of sight to carefully observe the world around them. KG students got an opportunity to practice their observation skill using scientific tools.
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.

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