VISION: All members of the Lincolnwood School community excel by engaging in meaningful learning. We use our curiosity to explore in a safe, supportive, enriching environment to become responsible members of society.
MISSION: We will never stop learning and growing.
Lincolnwood services students in grades K-5 who live in certain areas of northwest Evanston (attendance area map). Lincolnwood begins its school day at 9:00am. Click for more information on drop-off and pick up procedures, or for the bell schedule as well as childcare and extracurricular programming.
Additionally, Lincolnwood houses STEP for north side Evanston K-5 students. The Structured Teaching Education Program (STEP) is a self-contained, special education program primarily for students who have an Autism Spectrum Disorder. The program is designed to support student success through the development and strengthening of social skills, academic skills, communication skills, independence and learning stamina across all school settings. The program consists of four classes taught and supported by a certified special education teacher and licensed paraprofessionals. In addition, students in the STEP program may receive related services in the areas of Speech & Language, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Social Work, English Language Learner, and Adapted Physical Education, as determined by the IEP team.
Parents, family members, and visitors should all plan to come through the main entrance of the school, on Colfax Street, for any important information related to their children's day. If a student is tardy, they must also enter and check-in at the main entrance on Colfax Street. For more information on attendance or sick policies, please see the health office website.
For more information on parent involvement, please visit the family involvement section of the website. For more information on the curriculum and grade-level specific information, click here.