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Firas Jabar, class of 2009, returned this month to visit LCS full of gratitude for what his years at LCS had brought him. His parents choose LSC for him because "They wanted the best for me." They felt that the environment nurtured him and developed in him a desire to keep learning throughout his life. LCS only went up to 9th grade when Firas was there but he felt well pr
LCS Varsity Girls Basketball teams traveled to Lagos to participate in the annual WAISAL tournament. The girls had high hopes after winning the LCS Invitational tournament. It was clear from the start that our girls would have a big chance to retain their title from the previous year. The girls qualified for the Final with a 4 wins, 1 loss record.The championship game was against a strong Abidjan team that had been the only team to beat our Lions in the previous rounds.
For their January 31 trip, the New Horizon Special School club, as usual works with different aspects of the school curriculum.There are several activities the school offers for the students to collaborate and work on. They are:- Girls Imaginary Play Drumming & Dancing Outdoor play- Reading Board games Boys Imaginary play
On Tuesday, February 20th, Lincoln Community School celebrated our 10th grade scholars as they presented their Middle Years Program (MYP) Personal Projects, the culminating learning experience of the MYP, under the direction of LCS Personal Project Coordinator Mr. Michael Bishop-Obbin. The MYP Personal Project has three parts: a 1500-3500 word report, a product, and a process journal.
The Middle School Leadership Team worked hard to collect books for DUNK libraries in Nima and Jamestown. DUNK stands for Developing Unity Nurturing Knowledge.