Bridging supports between Home, School, and our Community-Supports include domestic violence, substance abuse, utilities, food, housing, clothing, academic resource, legal issues, etc.
Title I-Building coordinator-holding the annual meeting, tracking building Title I budget & record keeping, and ensuring Title I building compliance, leads Family & Community Engagement Committee
Social/Emotions Support-Individual and small groups, crisis intervention
Zones of Regulation (What Zone are you in?)The Zones of Regulation is a curriculum geared toward helping students gain skills in consciously regulating their actions, which in turn leads to increased control and problem solving abilities. Using a cognitive behavior approach, the curriculum’s learning activities are designed to help students recognize when they are in different states called “zones,” with each of four zones represented by a different color.
Restorative Practices- This is an emerging social science that studies how to strengthen relationships between individuals, as well as, social connections within communities. At Lincoln we start our day with a circle and use this process as the main resource to resolve conflicts.
Trauma Informed Care-Becoming “trauma-informed” means recognizing that people often have many different types of trauma in their lives. People who have been traumatized need support and understanding from those around them. Often, trauma survivors can be re-traumatized by well-meaning caregivers and community service providers. Understanding the impact of trauma is an important first step in becoming a compassionate and supportive community.
Engagement/Immersion Events-Grandparents Day, College & Career Week, Open House, Pastries for Parents/Families, National Walk to School Day, Fall Festival, Thanksgiving Lunch & Learn, Family & Community Engagement Committee, National Bring your Family to School Week, Spring Fling, Student Led Conferences (coming soon), Family Tutoring/Learning Labs, Family Lending Library...
“I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” ― Maya Angelou