Welcome to Lincoln Elementary School
Welcome to Lincoln Elementary School
Every Graduate an Engaged Lifelong Learner

242 South Prince Street
Whitewater, Wisconsin 53190

Main Phone/Attendance: (262)472-8500
Para Faltas en el Español: (262)472-8555
Fax: (262)472-8510

Principal: Mrs. Mary Kilar
 
UPCOMING EVENTS
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Whitewater Unified School District is closed for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year.  The recent Supreme Court Ruling overturning the Governors Order of Safer at Home specifically excluded the section of the order that called for school closure. Therefore, the Whitewater Unified School District will remain closed through June 30 to comply with the order.

Additional information regarding at-home learning, WUSD response, and community resources is available at: https://www.wwusd.org/covid-19

For more information on how WUSD is helping out, take a look at our WUSD Cares website:
 https://sites.google.com/wwusd.org/wusd-cares/home

At-Home Learning Documents can be found here: https://sites.google.com/wwusd.org/wwusdelementaryathomelearning/mayjune-at-home-materials


The Whitewater Unified School District is pleased to announce the selection of Dr. Caroline Pate-Hefty as District Administrator.  Click here to learn more


  • Why Whitewater?

    View our promotional video showcasing the district and the amazing staff, students and community members.  We are proud of our many offerings and educational opportunities that exist for our students. Our students succeed because of the high level of community and staff support.
     
  • Lincoln At Home Learning Plan (May-End of Year)

    SEE PRINTED PACKETS FOR HOME LEARNING - ADDITIONAL ONLINE LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES ARE LISTED IN THE ATTACHED LINK:

    UPDATED LINCOLN AT HOME LEARNING PLAN

    VEA LOS PAQUETES IMPRESOS PARA EL APRENDIZAJE EN EL HOGAR: VARIAS OPORTUNIDADES ADICIONALES DE APRENDIZAJE EN LÍNEA SE ENCUENTRAN EN EL ENLACE ADJUNTO:

    PLAN DE APRENDIZAJE EN EL HOGAR ACTUALIZADO para los ESTUDIANTES DE LINCOLN
  • Lincoln Elementary School Noetic Math Contest Results for 2019-20 School Year Announced!


    This year twenty-one Lincoln Pandas braved the new world of online math competitions by participating in the Noetic Learning Math Contest.

    This contest is a semiannual problem-solving contest for elementary and middle school students that is normally given in school as a paper and pencil test.  The goal of the competition is to encourage students' interest in math, to develop their problem-solving skills, and to inspire them to excel in math.

    The Team Winner (the top scorer of each grade-level team) will receive a medal and a certificate.  Students who qualify for the National Honor Roll (the top 10% of students in the nation) will receive medals, web recognition, and certificates.  Students who qualify for the National Honorable Mention (the top 50% of students) will receive ribbons, web recognition, and certificates.  Ribbons and certificates will also be awarded to participants who placed in 1st through 6th place. Due to this year’s move to online schooling, students will receive their certificates and medals at the beginning of the 2020-2021 school year.

    Grade 4 Results

    1st place, Team Winner, and National Honorable Mention:  Jayden Kehrer

    2nd place:  Israel Wence

    3rd place:  Alexander Morales Alonso

    4th place:  Evan Leising and Virginia Nelson

    5th place:  Ben Ehrmann

    6th place:  Cristian Aranda, Laith Bergstrand, Tyler Babcock, Alondra Verduzco, Kaitlin Fuller, and Alyna Miranda

    4th Grade

     











    Grade 5 Results

    Of note:  Three of our 4th grade students (Ben Crone, Eli Kuzoff, and James Grabinski) participated at the 5th grade level.

    1st place, Team Winner, and National Honor Roll:  Eli Kuzoff

    2nd place and National Honorable Mention:  Ben Crone and James Grabinski

    3rd Place:  Jacek Egnoski and Xavier Ortiz

    4th Place:  Evelyn Alcala and Tylen Bucholtz

    5th Place:  Genesis De Jesús Zamora and Malcolm Baker

    5th Grade





































     

  • Amazement and Wonder

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    Something simple as blowing bubbles can capture students' attention and engage them in the learning process. We try to teach things in a variety of ways every day.