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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
Posted Monday, Nov 23, 2015 
Parents were invited for the third coffee for the 2015-16 school year on October 27 at Nkomode.The focus for the month was on "Communicating with Parents about Your Child's Learning." Head of School Dr. Dennis Larkin commented that the goal of this coffee conversation was to help parents understand the types of assessments used by LCS and to explain how assessments are reflected on student report cards.
Posted Tuesday, Oct 27, 2015 
In an ideal world, everybody would be presented with equal opportunities. However, every now again, we must acknowledge the unfortunate situations many people are in around us, and take action. One such organization, Village of Hope, has been a beacon of hope for all orphans and street kids. Sponsored by the Church of Christ, Ghana, they currently house and care for over 265 students.
Posted Tuesday, Oct 27, 2015 
Run For A Cure Africa Ghana went on its 3rd edition of the 5K Run Walk For A Cure to raise awareness of breast cancer in Ghana.The now traditional 5K Run/ Walk started on Saturday October 10 from the :LCS and brought more than 1000 participants of all ages and fitness level on a fun-filled event to support the work of the foundation while raising awareness on breast cancer and contributing to a worthy cause.RFCA Ghana is a volunteer based, non-profit organization that seeks to educate, screen and treat women of Africa in breast cancer.
Posted Wednesday, Oct 21, 2015 
Students and staff showed their Lincoln pride the week of October 12 – 16 by participating in our school-wide Spirit Week activities! The theme for the week was Kindness. Together we joined together to celebrate our school's commitment to a kinder community and world! Each day of the week had a theme along with activities planned. Here are a few highlights from the week
Posted Wednesday, Oct 21, 2015 
The PYP Parent Academy kicked off its first monthly Feature Teacher session for parents on October 7. These sessions are designed to highlight various aspects of our program through the expertise of our very own teachers. This first session featured our information literacy experts, ES Librarian, Lisa Fagan-Brown and ES IT Teacher, Andrew Shuttleworth.
Posted Wednesday, Oct 21, 2015 
Parents gathered for the October PTO Breakfast Forum in the High School Library on October 6. The theme for the Forum was books. Highlighting the coffee morning was the launch of LCS Parent, Astha Singh's book, "Congo a Journey" a fiction set in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Posted Thursday, Oct 15, 2015 
The morning of EdCampAcc I still really had no idea what to expect. Remember, I had never been to an EdCamp before and neither had anyone who was helping me plan. We had around 80 teachers registered which was fantastic. I also had a steady stream of emails from people regretfully informing me that they would not be able to make it. That was expected, but made me a bit nervous too.
Posted Thursday, Oct 15, 2015 
On October 2nd, LCS welcomed participants and facilitators to AISA's Child Protection Professional Learning Institute hosted at our school. October 2 and 3rd, 21 participants and 10 facilitators from across the continent came together to gain momentum on this very important topic.
Posted Wednesday, Oct 14, 2015 
As part of a Nonfiction unit of study examined through the MYP global context of scientific and technical innovation, Mrs. Hunter and Mrs. Toutounji's Grade 10 English students were required to create information brochures on self-selected science/technology issues.
Posted Wednesday, Oct 14, 2015 
When Dr. Laura Anderson asked us to create an artwork to teach about "kindness", we were thankful for this very public opportunity to show a collaborative installation. We devoted quite a lot of time to practice thinking creatively (MYP Arts Criterion C) and to make this thinking visible to all during our group planning process.
Posted Monday, Oct 12, 2015 
Parents were invited for the second coffee for the 2015-16 school year on September 29 at Nkomode. The theme for the coffee was to communicate to parents about the school's various communication platforms. A particular emphasis this year is to actively engage and communicate effectively with the parent community.
Posted Friday, Oct 2, 2015 
Fostering positive relationships and unity within a class is important for students and teachers. In the month of September, each grade level from grades 6-12 went on team building/ bonding Retreats Students returned with fresh motivation, a better understanding of their classmates, and lots of stories to tell. Here are highlights from each trip.
Posted Friday, Oct 2, 2015 
Representatives from Stanford University and Duke University visited our campus this month to speak to students about each of their respective campuses as well as the admissions process. We had over 40 students attend this session to learn more about what Stanford and Duke offer their students.
Posted Thursday, Sep 24, 2015 
The Right to be free club was started by Mr. Alex's class 3C of 2014 after we learned about child labour in UOI and wanted to take action to help raise awareness and help fight child labour in Ghana. We partnered up with a local organization called, Right To Be Free, led by Eric Peasah, who works to rescue, rehabilitate, and reintegrate children rescued from child labor and trafficking.
Posted Wednesday, Sep 23, 2015 
Students (Grades 3-9) began the first round of the Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) Tests for this academic year on Monday, September 14th. The tests will run until October 2nd. MAP tests are a powerful tool for monitoring a student's academic growth over time.

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