Home Weatherization Workshop 2/9

Espanol Thursday, 2/9/17, 6-8 pm Lincoln Park Elementary School Anyone can make weatherization improvements at home. Whether you own or rent, whether you’re in an apartment, mobile home, or house, you can make basic improvements to make your home more comfortable by saving energy and money. The Community Energy Project provides over 50 workshops… Read more »

Join Us for Urban Gleaners on Monday January 2nd!

Please join us on Monday January 2nd (1/2/2017) as we continue our fresh food pantry on the last day of Winter Break. We will be in the back parking lot off of 135th and Mill from 9am-10am distributing fresh produce, dairy products, eggs and more! All are welcome to join this FREE… Read more »

Urban Gleaners Returns to Lincoln Park!

Now that school is back in session Urban Gleaners has resumed deliveries to our school! We will be meeting every Monday at 10am by the back doors off of 135th. Please join us for this free fresh food pantry each week! While the offerings vary on a weekly basis there is always… Read more »

the Garden needs YOU!

  Thanks to all the fabulous work put in by our generous garden coordinator Jennie, the LP community and our partners, Outgrowing Hunger and Earth Art + Agriculture, our courtyard garden is something to celebrate – and nourish. We need volunteers to water June 20-24 Water wizards are welcome to take home… Read more »

Running Club’s first 5K!

Klever Kui and Jazzy Jazmine braved the rain (along with Sparkling Simmons, Super Snyder, Marvelous Meg, Ms. Amanda and Ms. Rowe) to run in their first ever 5K race at Fernhill Park. There were also students running from Rigler and Woodmere (including Ms. Aries and her son!)  A good (if damp) time was… Read more »

Tree Planting!

Tree Planting Day at Lincoln Park Elementary   We are very excited to announce that we hosted our own Tree Planting Day at Lincoln Park on Tuesday, April 5th during SUN extended-day program! These trees will not only provide ecological benefits for the area, but will create shade for the summer months… Read more »

Chess For Success

Chess for Success!   Chess for Success is much more than a recreational, after-school club. It’s an intervention and educational support, provided at no cost to families, that closes the achievement gap for economically disadvantaged and minority youth. Through learning chess, students develop high-level critical-thinking and problem-solving skills that improve self-esteem, behavior, and academic performance, including… Read more »

Walking Club!

Who?  You, your friends and family! What?  Lincoln Park Walking Club When?  Monday and Wednesday at 3:30 Where?  Meet at the back doors off 135th Why?  Get active!  Make friends!  Get to know the neighborhood!  

The zoo took us camping!

The Oregon Zoo’s Urban Nature Overnights (UNO) hosted a group of Lincoln & Menlo Park students at the Wildwood Recreation Site.  It was amazing to watch students explore the world outside the classroom and take on new skills and responsibilities.  Our campers did all the work – setting up tents, cooking breakfast,… Read more »