Welcome to Imagine Lincoln!
Imagine Lincoln Public Charter School, in Temple Hills, Md., provides a challenging learning environment for students at the elementary and middle school levels. Our goal is to develop dynamic individuals through hard work, academic achievement, and character education.
We offer a high-quality, rigorous curriculum and moral development in a safe, nurturing learning environment. We set high expectations for every student and professional staff member alike, and we seek continuous improvement through parental and community involvement.
Continue to check this site for updates and the latest news and information about our school. And we invite you to contact us with questions at email@example.com.
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Two Hour Delay
We will be operating on a two hour delay schedule for Monday December 9th due to icy conditions.
Imagine Lincoln Open House
December 18th 10:00am
January 15th 5:30pm
January 16th 10:00am
We are currently accepting open enrollment for 5th Grade and 8th Grade.
We are currently hiring for 7/8 grade RELA teacher. MSDE secondary RELA certification and at least 3 years of experience is a must.
News & Events
Favorite Teacher Award sponsor by Gazette:
Joshua Jones nominated Imagine Lincoln’s Marcus Johnson for the Favorite Teacher Award. You can vote now through November 8th for Marcus at the link listed below.
GIANT REWARDS PROGRAM BENEFITS OUR SCHOOL
You can help! Log on to www.giantfood.com/aplus and choose “Designate Your School” from the A+ menu on the left to register your card online. Then, each time you shop at Giant using your Giant Card*, you will earn CASH for our school! Each month, the amount of CASH awarded will be updated on the Giant website. Our school will receive a check at the end of the program. The money can be used for any of our school’s educational needs!Taking just a minute of your time to register your Card can make a huge difference to our school. We need your support! Please be sure to register using ID #18218 at www.giantfood.com/aplus. Also, don’t forget to encourage your friends and neighbors to do the same. It could mean the world to our children!
GET YOUR SUPPLIES
Attention Parents: We have updated the list of 2013-2014 school supplies for students in Kindergarten through Grade 8. Please click this link to download the complete list for each of your scholars.
IMPORTANT DATES FOR BEFORE &AFTER SCHOOL CARE
Springboard, the folks who provide our school’s before- and after-care program, will be in attendance on August 8, 2013 at 6:30 pm, or call them at (800) 341-3177
DR.EKANEM IS 2013 TEACHER OF THE YEAR
Congratulations to Dr.Ekanem, an Eighth Grade/Math & Science teacher, who has been selected as the 2013 Imagine Lincoln Teacher of the Year. The annual Teacher of the Year award, which recognizes individuals for their outstanding work and dedication to their school community, is one of the highest honors an Imagine school can bestow on a staff member. Dr.Ekanem is eligible to be considered for the Maryland Region Teacher of the Year award. The regional winner will then be nominated to enter the Imagine Schools Teacher of Year award.
UNIFORM CLARIFICATION: SHOES
Parents, please take a moment to review the uniform policy because we are strictly enforcing it this year. Specifically, only rubber-soled uniform shoes are permitted — i.e., shoes such as Hush Puppies, loafers, and mules (with or without laces) are fine. Athletic footwear or fashionable boots are never permitted during school, with the exception that tennis shoes and sneakers may be worn for gym only, and boots that help with traction for safe walking are allowed during inclement (snow or ice) weather days. The complete uniform policy may be found in the Parent Handbook, or please click here for more information.
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Are you a passionate educator interested in joining the Imagine Lincoln team? Click here for more information.
Who Is Imagine Schools?
Imagine Lincoln Public Charter School is a member of Imagine Schools, a full-service charter school management organization that operates more than 70 schools across the nation and helps nearly 80,000 parents and guardians educate their children.