Welcome to Lincoln!
Lincoln Elementary is home to approximately 360 Pre-K through fifth-grade scholars. Our staff is dedicated to ensuring every scholar is challenged daily to reach their highest level of social, emotional, and academic development. This year our scholars will participate in several exciting and challenging learning and enrichment opportunities, including character initiatives, rigorous classroom instruction, and use of data to track learning patterns.
The teachers and staff at Lincoln are eager and excited about the opportunity to make a difference in our world ahead. It is this attitude that will enable us to meet the challenges of academic excellence in a positive, fun, and nurturing environment.
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM "Me and My Feelings" Workshop for Parents of Pre-K
March 13, 2020
March 14, 2020
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM JMCSS "Know Your Role" Safety Summit
March 16, 2020
Literacy Night Resources
Click the links below for some FREE parent resources from our Literacy Night on January 30th:
Dress Code Reminder
Remember, students can only wear khaki, navy blue, or black pants. Jeans or pants with large pockets are not allowed. Skirts and jumpers must be the same colors as the pants. The policy states that skirts or jumpers should be knee length. Skirts that are too short will not be allowed without leggings. Students are required to wear a black or brown belt daily. Shirt colors are white, royal blue, or black polo style shirts, with no emblems. Jackets must be white, royal blue, or black with no hoods.
Stay Up to Date with our District App
As we approach back to school, make sure you download our district app! Our app is the FIRST place you will hear about important announcements like school closings. It puts district resources and contact information at your fingertips.
Welcome to Jackson, Tennessee! Home of Blue Suede Shoes, Rockabilly and great barbecue! Also, Jackson is home to the Jackson-Madison County School System. In 2016, our Jackson-Madison County Schools are home to over 13,000 students that speak over 17 languages from very diverse backgrounds. Our district is home to nine elementary schools, three K-8 schools, four middle schools, three traditional high schools, one magnet high school and one early college high school.
Additionally, our district is also home to one Pre-K Center for the youngest citizens ages 2-4. Spend time visiting our school websites to see the unique educational offerings each school provides to the students of the Jackson-Madison County area.