Lincoln's Vision Statement
Lincoln's vision is to promote collaboration between staff, parents, students, and community in order to achieve academic and personal excellence. We strive to cultivate a safe learning environment, which fosters all students to achieve at their maximum potential and to develop into responsible, respectful, and caring students who are lifelong-learners prepared to meet the challenges of a culturally diverse society.
Lincoln's Mission Statement
The staff at Lincoln Elementary is committed to inspiring and teaching our diverse student body to fully realize their academic and creative potential through a rigorous curriculum.
Lincoln's Math SMART Goal
The median average of all students in grades 3-5 at Lincoln Elementary who score "proficient" or above on the Math OCCT "Number Sense & Operations" standard will meet or exceed 64% in the 2016-2017 school year.
Lincoln's Reading SMART Goal
The median average of all students in grades 3-5 at Lincoln Elementary who score "proficient" or above on the Reading OCCT "Inferencing and Drawing Conclusions" standard will meet or exceed 67% in the 2016-2017 school year.
Currently, our enrollment is approximately 365 students.
Lincoln houses grades pre-k through fifth grade. Pre-K sessions are morning and afternoon.
Presently we have 45 staff members who serve our Lincoln students.
Lincoln is located at 601 SW Park Avenue. We are just south of Central Mall and pride ourselves of being the oldest school in Lawton.
In the Lincoln Elementary Library we house approximately 8500 items for student, parent and teacher use. This includes children's literature, children and teacher magazines, teacher instructional materials, research materials, instructional videos for teacher use, and a parent section. We encourage all of our parents to join the library. They will be added to the computer and can check out up to five books to keep for as long as two weeks. Parents may come as often as they would like. The library is open before school from 8:30 until 9:00 and after school from 3:15 to 4:00.
We have two stationary computer labs that house 30 desktop computers each. The computers run various programs for students. Our reading programs include Reading Eggs, Study Island, and Reading Plus. Our math programs include Mathseeds and Reflex Math, All grades visit the lab to use these programs every day.
The middle part of the building was built June 7, 1922 at a total cost of $50,622.70. The auditorium was remodeled in 1955 and the north wing was built in 1947.