Lincoln Elementary School

Student Clubs

Chess Club

The Lincoln Chess Club is open to Lincoln students in grades 2 – 5.  No experience is necessary as club participants can learn from playing each other.  There will also be adult volunteers offering tips one game at a time. All you need to bring is a desire to learn and have fun. 

The Lincoln Chess Club will meet on Mondays from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm in Lincoln’s Multi-Purpose Room. The Lincoln Chess Club is sponsored by the Lincoln PTA.  Chess Club will conclude with the district wide chess tournament. 

If your child in interested in joining chess club, get the full info and permission slip HERE.  Any questions, feel free to contact Karyn Kain at

2018-2019 Leo's Obstacle Course and Running Club

All students in 1st – 5th grades are eligible to join the club. Once committed, students are encouraged to come and actively participate each week in the 8-week Spring Season. The Obstacle Course Race Club will be chaired and managed by Lincoln parents Tanya Chwojko and Sandy Azzinaro and will be led by (non - parent) Niko Karavolos (coach Niko), of Team Ignite NFP


Please note: depending on the condition of the field, participants may get a little dirty, knees may pick up a little dirt or get muddy! The students in Leo’s OCR Club will participate and engage in a variety of fitness activities such as, but not limited to, running, games and obstacle courses during their lunchtime recess


1st Graders: 10:55 – 11:25

2nd 3rd and 4th Graders: 11:25 – 11:55

5th Graders: 11:55 – 12:25


In order to participate, please complete the attached permission slip and return to the office by Friday, April 5th.


Tanya Chwojko

2017 - 2018 Leo's Obstacle Course and Running Club Chair



Junior Great Books

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Junior Great Books is a text based discussion group for Grades 1 - 5.  The program inspires students to think for themselves through careful reading of thought-provoking stories.  Students read and discuss classic and global literature through the shared inquiry method.  Junior Great Books helps students develop essential literacy skills—reading carefully, thinking critically, and listening intently.


First introduced to schools in 1962, Junior Great Books is now used by more than one million students in all 50 states and in countries around the world.  JGB brings literature to life and helps students discover a joy of reading children's classics, folk tales and fairy tales, poetry, and modern short stories from cultures around the world.


Click HERE to go to the Lincoln Junior Great Books Page.