• Welcome to Lincoln Elementary School
  • Home of the Lions
  • Proud member of the Fort Campbell Kentucky School District
  • Mailing Address
  • Lincoln Elementary School
  • 4718 Polk Road
  • Fort Campbell, KY 42223
  • Principal: Dr. Renee' Butler
  • Assistant Principal: Dr. Nichel Swindler
  • Phone: (270) 640-1212
  • Fax: (270) 439-2335

Oh the Places

10/27-31 Red Ribbon Week
10/31 Popcorn, Juice, Spirit Day
11/7 Fall Festival-5-7 PM
11/10 Veterans Day Program 2:00 PM
11/11 Veterans Day/No School
11/13 Student of the Month 2:00
11/20 Thanksgiving Luncheon

School Hours

Office: 7:30 am - 4:00 pm


  • Tuesday early release at 2:00 PM
  • Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday
    • Grades K-5:  8:30 am to 3:15 PM
    • Pre Kindergarten:
      • AM Session: 8:15 - 11:00 AM
      • PM Session: 12:15 - 3:15 PM

Important Links:


October Newsletter

Lunch Menu

CSIApr Report

Registration For Students
Registration Daily - 7:30 - 4:30

DoDEA Schools to Adopt Common Core State Standards

Adopting the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) will benefit DoDEA's highly mobile student population which moves frequently between public schools and DoDEA schools. Learn more in the DoDEA press release.

DoDEA's Mission

Educate, Engage, and Empower Each student to succeed in a dynamic world.

Vision Statement

Lincoln community will show PRIDE:

  • Perseverance
  • Respect
  • Integrity
  • Determination
  • Excellence
  • School Rules: PAWS

  • P - Be Prepared
  • A - Act Responsibly
  • W - Work Hard
  • S- Show Respect

News and Announcements

support group

October 2014

Lincoln Community will show PRIDE.
Perseverance    ●  Respect  ●  Integrity  ●   Determination  ●  Excellence
DoDEA's Mission
Educate, Engage, and Empower Each student to succeed in a dynamic world.

Lincoln's Continuous School Improvement Goal

Goal 1: By May 2017, all students will improve their reading skills by
evaluating, interpreting and responding to text.


  • Evaluating text: identify theme, main ideas, settings, cause/effect, author’s purpose, point of view, persuasive techniques and structure
  • Interpreting text: figurative language, make predictions, formulate questions, distinguish fact from opinion, identify sources of specific information
  • Responding to text: using written form, support ideas with text details
    Intervention: Guided Reading


Goal 2: Students will improve skills in number sense by May 2015 as measured by local and standardized assessments. Number sense is understanding number and number relations, demonstrating proficiency in computation and numerical estimation, and understanding operation concepts.

Intervention: Exemplars




Fall Has Arrived!

PRINCIPAL's Corner, Dr. Butler

Thank you to our School Board representative SGT Ken Applegate for continued service to Pierce Village and Welcome to Ms. Renee’ Watkins for her new position as representative for McAuliffe Park ”

October is a busy month for Lincoln. We will have conferences on October 2nd and a teacher work day on October 3rd. Fall Break is 6-10 October followed by the observance of Columbus Day on the 13th. We will resume school on the 14th and work hard until Thanksgiving. Our Book Fair is from 26 September until 3 October. Book Fair events include Pastries with Parents on 26 September from 8:30-10:30, and Family Night on 30 September from 2:00-6:00. Check our webpage or the Lincoln PTO Facebook page for more information.

We had a very successful Tornado Drill last week. The students responded promptly and showed excellent listening and safe behavior! We will continue practicing drills throughout the year to be as prepared as we can be for any unexpected emergencies that come our way.

Dr. Renee Butler, Principal

Featured Staff at Lincoln

Music Teacher

Music Teacher

Hello!  My name is Miss L and I am the K-5 music teacher as well as after
school chorus director at Lincoln Elementary.  I am from Pennsylvania, and
attended Penn State University for a B.S. in K-12 Music Education.  Teaching
has always been a passion of mine; there's nothing better than seeing the
light bulb click when a child finally understands a problem.  I chose music
because I love to sing and play instruments - I love my job!  If I'm not at
school you can find me traveling, reading, helping at my church, cheering on
Penn State, the Steelers, and the Penguins, or taking photographs.  One day
after completing my masters in instructional technology, I hope to have a
side photography business.  One of my favorite books is Pride & Prejudice by
Jane Austen, but I'm sure that will change as I am constantly reading.  My
main goal as a music teacher is to inspire students to become life-long
participants in music.



Director Brady's First 100 Days

Director Brady-100 Days


No Bullying Every child is entitled to feel safe in the classroom, in the hallway and on playgrounds and buses. BullyStop Bullying Now interferes with a student's ability to learn. All of us, teachers, administrators, students and parents, must work together to eliminate unacceptable bullying and harassing behavior. Together we can make our schools safe places to learn, grow and thrive. Visit our Stop Bullying Now website for more informationabout DoDEA's committed to providing all students with a safe and supportive learning environment

Reading Counts quizzes

Lincoln now has access to all 40,000+ quizzes offered by Scholastic Reading Counts. You can search for quizzes at Scholastic's Reading Counts web site. Your child can take a comprehension test on any book in this list. Lincoln's Library does not own copies of every book. However, if you get books at the public library or the bookstore, the quiz may be available for testing at school.



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