Lincoln Middle School Blog

Great Concert Week!

April 29, 2019

Congratulations to all of our student musicians on a great week of performances. We especially thank Mr. Jacobi (pictured) who conducted his last concert at Lincoln. We wish him...

Splendid St. Baldrick's!

March 22, 2019

What a day! I have been completely amazed by the outpouring of generosity to conquer childhood cancers. With our sister school Emerson we raised nearly $420,000! A lesson I ...

Are you kidding me?

March 15, 2019

The momentum behind our drive to support St. Baldrick's has accelerated beyond all comprehension. Today's total is $18,000 more than yesterday!  Check out these loc...

St. Baldrick's

March 8, 2019

Patrick Elwood from @WGNNews interviews Anthony and Olivia about their efforts to support Lincoln's most successful St. Baldrick's drive EVER! #BiggerBolderBalder #Engag...

Students help spread the word on Empathy. I'm looking forward to recognizing ROARS students of the month during the lunch periods on Friday!

Only one week into our drive to support St. Baldrick's, Lincoln/Emerson is now one of the top two current fundraisers for St. Baldrick's in the country.  Also, all ...

Way to go WEB Leaders

January 22, 2019

Great job by our WEB Leaders at last week's 5th grade orientation program. They did a wonderful job making next year's 6th graders comfortable and answering ther questio...

Beautiful Lincoln Voices

December 19, 2018

Fantastic job by all our our Chorus students at last night's Holiday Choral Concert under the direction of Miss LaTragna. (Click the Picture)

Way to go Lincoln Jazz!

December 14, 2018

Congratulations to our student musicians on a great performance yesterday at the Park Ridge City Council Chambers! They impressed the audience with their music and manners,...

Listen to this great performance by Percussion Ensemble last night!

Team 7-2 Field Trip

December 2, 2018

Great job to our 7-2 students on Friday! They packed 200 boxes for a total of 43,200 meals!! They all worked hard, were respectful, and made their teachers proud. In a...

Go Lions!

October 17, 2018

Miss Lindgren gets the 8th Grade Girls Basketball Team fired up to take on our arch rival Emerson.

Pesonalized Learning

October 4, 2018

Students in Mrs. Sebo's Social Studies class create their own version of Sumerian signature scrolls. 

Comfy Learning Spaces

September 19, 2018

Students take full advantage of comfortable seating while working on their writing in Miss Gronwick's class. 

Students in Mrs. Porrello's class put their minds and furniture to use in doing an online review activity.

Behold Mrs. Taglia's second breathtaking mural!

Our super-motivated 8th grade leaders began their WEB training just two days before the start of school, and knocked 6th grde orientation out of the park!.  WEB (Where Ever...

A Fond Farewell

May 26, 2018

Congratulations to Mrs. Rickert, Mrs. Nardi, Mrs. Lones, and Mr. Haase as they head into their last week at Lincoln. They have each done so much making a positive difference in ...

In conjunction with Memorial Day weekend, students from Mrs. Wandell's Social Studies class Skype with Vietnam veteran David Estes (among others) for a Q & A on his...

Way to go Lincoln Chorus! They earned a "Superior" rating at the Great America Chorus festival this past Saturday. Thanks to Mrs. Nardi for doing such a wonderful job ...

Jazz Fest a Huge Success!

April 15, 2018

Congratulations to the Lincoln Jazz Band on their fabulous performance at the District 64 Jazz Fest last Thursday. Lincoln Jazz held their own in a packed line-up that featured ...

Mrs. Jackson's class took full advantage of today's weather! Perfect for a good book.

Read to Feed

April 3, 2018

We're pleased to announce that our globally minded students raised a total of $8,738.60 through our Read to Feed campaign. This translates into the following: 1...

Our students say it all.

March 23, 2018

A poingant tribute from Mrs. Lones' class.

I was so proud of our students these last couple of weeks as they pledged to accept others' differences and treat them with respect.  Thanks to Mrs. Mulvihill for organ...