JOGATHON! (5/18)

Lincoln Park Lions are collecting pledges  (lap or lump sum) for our Booster Club’s Jogathon on May 18th.   We had so much fun running through the park last year that we will be returning again this week.  If you’d like to come and run with your student, volunteer at a way station… Read more »

Family fun – RUN!

Come join the Lincoln Park Running Club on May 21 and June 11!   Run, walk, skip, prance or cheer us along at the Fernhill (5/21) and Lents (6/11) Park $5 5K races.   Do you know about Portland Parks & Recreation’s $5 5K series?   Portland Parks & Recreation’s 5k Series are family-friendly 5k… Read more »

Help Wanted: garden party (3/18)

It has been a long hard winter and our garden needs some TLC.  Please come join our tireless garden educator, Jennie, and the gang on: Saturday,  March 18th 9 to noon   Please enter the building from the east door (135th) Meet in the cafeteria Wear layers suitable for the weather (that… Read more »

Have You Filled A Bucket Today? (C A R I N G)

December might be my favorite (if craziest) month at Lincoln Park because our character trait is CARING!  In the month of December, we practice and celebrate caring and kindness, focusing on the small actions of human contact that make the dark days of winter a little brighter – smiles, high-fives, helping hands,… Read more »

R E S P E C T !

November is all about respect, our character trait of the month.  In our classrooms and our hallways, we show respect every day, but we take time this month every year to talk about what respect means. Treating others they way they’d like to be treated Listen with your ears, brain and heart… Read more »

Holiday assistance information

Links to community programs- list will be updated as information becomes available   Christ The King Christmas Luncheon 3 December, 1-3 pm, Milwaukie Buffet meal and gifts for children to register, call: 503 515 9190 and leave a message with your phone number, # adults attending, number and ages/genders of your children… Read more »

October: Conflict Resolution

This month’s character trait is Conflict Resolution.  We’re working on using strategies from the problem-solving wheel to solve kid-sized problems. At Lincoln Park, we use the following steps for solving a problem: Stop Calm Down Take 3 deep breaths Think of a solution Is it fair? Will it work? Try it out… Read more »


Cooperation is the name of the game this month!   As I pass through the halls, I see many examples of cooperation, of students, teachers and families helping eachother.  We have lots of new students and new teachers – everyone has been working together to make them feel welcome and ready for adventure!… Read more »