Lincoln Middle,

an IB World School

Welcome to Lincoln

Great Things Are Happening at Lincoln Middle an IB World School

Dear Parent and/or Guardian of Lincoln Middle School Student:

A huge thank you to our parent community for joining us for Student Led Conferences!  We had a great turnout and it was a pleasure watching our students take ownership for their learning and academic progress.  Every student was required to make a Student Led Conference presentation for parents.  Even if you were not able to make it to conferences, your son or daughter should be able to present to you.  In addition, all students should have a writing portfolio with at least twelve essays in it from different content areas.  If you want to see your child’s progress in writing, please ask to see their writing portfolio.
March and April are important months for Lincoln, as our students and teachers begin the final preparations for state testing.  We have worked hard this year to help students improve their writing and reading skills.  We have also communicated to students the importance of showing what they know on the CMAS test.  During the week of April 1st, all students will take the reading and writing assessmentDuring the week of April 8th, all students will take the math assessment and 8th grade students will take the science assessment.  We would really appreciate it if you can avoid doctor’s appointments and absences during this time.  It is also important for students to have a good night’s rest and a healthy breakfast on test day.  

We are still in need of parent letters for the CMAS kick-off day.  We would love for every student to have a letter to open This is easy!  Just write a letter to your son or daughter telling them your hopes and dreams for them.  Next, encourage them to do their  best on state assessments.  If you email me the letter, I will put it in an envelope and make sure they receive it:

Lincoln Middle School is excited to announce the opening of our Telehealth Medical and Mental Health Clinic!  Please pay attention to the attached information that tells parents how to sign up for this service.  

Thank you for your continued support of Lincoln.  

Warm Regards,

Penny Stires
Lincoln Middle, and IB World School
(970) 488-5700

Telehealth Medical and Mental Health Clinic at Lincoln Middle School

Click here for more information
Click here for enroll information-Spanish or English

Mandatory Spring Sports Meeting for All Spring Sports-Softball, Golf, Girls Soccer, Track and Field
March 27, 2019 5:00-6:30pm Lincoln Gym. Important information, pizza, and meet the coaches.

Inaugural COPACK Silent Auction April 11, 2019 

Former Lancer Sarah Fanning is paying it forward to COPACK and organizing a Silent Auction to raise money for scholarships for students attending a COPACK trip. The auction will be held at Intersect Brewery 2160 W. Drake Road A-1 on April 11, 2019, 6:00-7:30pm. View items, eat, drink from 6:00-7:00pm. Bidding starts at 7:00pm. Food, door prizes and fabulous auction items. Beverages will be available for purchase. Come show your support for COPACK.
We hope to see you there.
Follow COPACK  on Instagram @co_pack

Check out these Lincoln Musicians of the Month

Do you shop at King Soopers? Sign up for Community Rewards and Lincoln gets money!

Follow these steps: (tell your friends and family)

1. Log in to :
2. Click on the Savings and Reward drop down menu
3. Select Community Rewards
4. Enter the code QJ810 to enroll in Lincoln's program
5. Enter your alternative ID or your King Soopers Reward Card number. Enrollment is complete!

A message from the Health Department regarding Influenza and Norovirus

Click here to learn about symptoms and information 
Spanish-click here

 5th Grade Middle School Transition Information

Counselors will visit feeder elementary schools with Registration information in February. The Counselors will collect those forms from the schools March 1.
Please keep an eye out for paperwork coming home. Elementary schools have more copies if your student was absent. Please check with the 5th grade teachers.
If you have any questions please contact Lincoln Registrar, Mrs. Eddy at 970-488-5707 or email
School Choice applications Round 2 are open 2/11/19 at 8am. Click here for more information
5th Grade Middle School Visit: Friday, May 10, 2019 9:30-11:30am.
Is your 5th grade student interested in Music at Lincoln? Click here for more information.

Congratulations to Lincoln Lancer Alumni Julio Duron, Wrestling Heavyweight 4A Champ in Nevada

Julio is a student at Basic Academy High School in Henderson, Nevada where he took the state 4A title at Heavyweight. Congratulations! Once a Lancer, always a Lancer!

PSD Choice/Open Enrollment 2019-2020 Information

To register your student for choice you can get more information by clicking here.

Purchase your 2018-2019 yearbook now!

Don't miss out on your memories. $35.00. Click here to order yours today

Our Night Custodian Brenda Benavidez on her 27 years at Lincoln. 

People of PSD: Brenda Benavidez

"It feels like home to me." Brenda Benavidez attended Lincoln Middle School. For the past 27 years, she has worked in the very classrooms she once sat in as a student. Thank you Brenda, for all you do. #ClassifiedEmployeeWeek

Posted by Poudre School District on Thursday, October 11, 2018

Pay Attention to Attendance

Parents and Guardians here is some important tips on improving your child's attendance at school. Showing up for school is the key to academic success!
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Attendance works-Spanish

We are conducting an Attendance Challenge at Lincoln. The grade with the best attendance rate wins a dance party. So be cool and get to school!

Join our Kindness Movement

Like our Lancer Uplift page and join the movement! Kindness matters.

New Student Registration for 2018-2019

All registrations are done by appointment. Please contact Registrar, Monica Eddy at 970-488-5708.  Click here for all forms and required documentation.

2017-2018 News

Congratulations to the winners of the Between The Lines Book Challenge

Silas Thornton and Avery Jackson each won the grand prize of $100.00 for reading the most books and submitting projects about their books. We are so proud of them for going above and beyond and becoming Lancer Readers. Way to go! You can view their projects in the Media Center.

Congratulations to our Odyssey of the Mind Team for competing in the World OM Tournament!

Lincoln Lancers  Sammi, Roxi, Wren, Soleia and Gwenyth represented Lincoln at the World OM Tournament. Way to go Lancer Ladies! We are so proud of you.

AVID-Advancement Via Individual Determination

At Lincoln Middle an IB World School we go the extra mile to help students achieve their dreams. Check out this video about  AVID at Lincoln.

Rock Your Lunch

Thank you to our PTO and the Bohemian Foundation for providing Lincoln students with a variety of bands and music during our lunch.
Check out PSD TV-Rock Your Lunch at Lincoln.

Congratulations to Ana Meschievitz-Roman on her winning My Favorite Teacher Contest essay from Barnes and Noble about Ms. Rebecca Wren. 

Ana entered the Barnes and Noble My Favorite Teacher Contest.
Her essay about Ms. Wren won the local competition. Ana's essay will be entered in the
Regional contest. Good Luck to Ana and Ms. Wren! 

Congratulations to our 2018 ACE Employee of the Year, Lincoln's Head Custodian, Kathy Yardley.

Kathy was nominated by the staff and students at Lincoln and chosen from a list of nominees for the award. They are all finding out what we at Lincoln already know. Kathy is the best. We all appreciate her and her dedication to Lincoln. Way to go Kathy. We are all proud and happy for you!

Congratulations to Lincoln's own Henry Johnston.

Henry competed in the state level competition of the National Geographic Bee. Way to go Henry. Lincoln is proud of you!

Learning Afar- Costa Rica Service Learning Trip

Check out the latest edition of the Online Magazine, Learning Afar, created by Lincoln Students who attended the Costa Rica Service Learning Trip 2017.

Lincoln 6th Graders Visit CSU.

CSU Student-Athletes, first-generation students share their story with Lincoln 6th Graders here