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Lincoln Prairie Weekly Update November 16

Good Afternoon,

Did you ever have a week where each day felt just as good as the day before in one way or another? That was what this week felt like for us! We took time during Monday Night’s Parent Teacher Student Association meeting to reflect on what we are most grateful for. Please check out Caryn Sterricker’s note in this week’s newsletter for more information. Tuesday, the Lincoln Prairie staff came together in celebration of Friendsgiving. Our Middle Level Student Ambassadors led an uplifting assembly for their peers on Kindness Wednesday. The Lincoln Prairie staff spent time “dreaming” about the future of learning, our school environment and our EXPO as well. Both yesterday and already today we have witnessed students and staff pulling together to help each other get through the day to day experiences here at school! It has definitely been a week of feeling inspired by the attitudes and abilities of others! Whose attitude has inspired you this week?

We are looking forward to seeing you tomorrow at our Annual Pancake Breakfast & Book Fair!

Parent Teacher Student Association Information

Please take a few minutes to check out this week’s Lincoln Prairie Press by clicking here.  As a reminder, information on events, volunteer opportunities and extras are included in this newsletter each week. There will not be a Lincoln Prairie Press next week due to the short week.

District 54 Cold Weather Response Plan

In order to help parents better prepare for the severe cold weather and snow we often get during winters in our community, I wanted to share with you the District 54 Severe Cold Weather Response Plan. You can access the plan by clicking here. Though District 54 makes every effort to keep our schools open and operational, circumstances beyond our control oftentimes dictate school closings.

5Essentials Survey

Once again, we are asking parents to take the 5Essentials Survey. The information collected provides our school feedback to help guide our work. We need at least 20% of our parents to participate in order to have results reported back to us. Please read through the 5Essentials Parent Survey letter from Superintendent DuRoss for more information by clicking here.

We wish you and your families a beautiful Thanksgiving holiday. We are so grateful to be part of the Lincoln Prairie community with you!

Have a great weekend!

Amanda Stochl, Principal & Carol Novak, Assistant Principal