LINCOLNWOOD ELEMENTARY IS HOME TO MANY OUTSTANDING ENRICHMENT AND EXTRACURRICULAR PROGRAMS, INCLUDING THOSE LISTED BELOW.
- Otherwise known as School-Age Child Care (SACC), this program offers before and after-school care options for students in kindergarten-5th grade. Click on the link
to learn more.
RIGHT AT SCHOOL
- A flexible After-School Care and Enrichment programs sponsored by the PTA. To learn more, click on the link
BATTLE OF THE BOOKS FOR PRIMARY STUDENTS (K-2)
- This program runs between November and April. Students read, with the help of their parents, 18 books from a list of 20+ books and write 2 questions per book. The students meet in April and May to put together teams, practice answering questions and then participate in the Battle of the Books in May. For more information, contact Tawnya Hoefakker
BATTLE OF THE BOOKS (4th & 5th)
- This program runs from November to April as well. Students read a set number of books and form teams which compete in a district-wide competition in May. For more information, contact Beth Schenker
- This program for kindergarteners, first and second graders happens every Friday at 8:15am from September through May. Students are given small charms for each week they participate. For more information, contact Corinne Stamos
or John Gallagher
- Chorus is composed of 4th and 5th grade students who work with Mr. Smith on Friday mornings at 8:15am. The chorus performs for the winter and spring shows, at the Teacher Luncheon in May and at other times in the year as needed. For more information, contac James Smith
. PROBLEM SOLVERS
- A year-long program for 4th and 5th grade students interested in analyzing problems and creating solutions. Guided by Mrs. Chase, the teams compete in regional and state competitions. Contact Jeanne Chase
for more information. Sports
- Lincolnwood students are invited to take part in many sport opportunities throughout the year including flag football and basketball. Information on student age and sign up specifics will be sent home.
Girls on the Run
- 4th and 5th grade girls are welcome to enter into a lottery for participation in Girls on the Run, a fall activity. Contact Corinne Stamos
for more information.
- Comprised of 4th and 5th grade students who are selected in the fall as class representatives, the student council holds annual elections in September, facilitates school-wide service projects and serve as leaders in their classrooms and in the school. For more information, contact Mashawntla Gatlin
- A program for kindergarten-third grade students and their parents which focuses on the foundations of literacy and activities parents can do at home to promote literacy with their students. For more information, contact Tawnya Hoefakker