• 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

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Family Read Night

Pre-K Registration

Spelling Bee (Grades 3-5)

Movie Night (6:00 PM/Student of the Month

No School for Students



School Hours

Office: 7:30 am - 4:00 pm


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

Important Links:

Updated Calendar-13-14

April Newsletter

Lunch Menu

CSIApr Report

Re-Registration For Students
Re-registration will be April 7-11.  The times are 8:30-2:30 pm each of these days.
Pre- K will also register on April 7-11. Your child must be 4 years old by September 1,2014 to be able to register. 
We look forward to seeing you during this important week.  This would really be beneficial for new Pre-K students to register this week as well.

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 students 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

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February 2014

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

Lincoln's Continuous School Improvement Goals

Goal 1: All students will improve their written communication skills across the curriculum as measured by selected system wide (TN3 language test) and local (school-wide writing) assessments by May, 2014. Communication is using written language to explain thinking and convey information in a focused, organized way.

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.



Principal’s Point:

Principal’s Point
Spring means outside fun and games.  This is a good time to reinforce the rules of the road bicycles, walking and games that involve balls and other thrown objects.  Wearing helmets, looking right, left, right before crossing a street and checking for traffic when chasing a ball or other object out of the grass are all great rules intended to keep our children safe!  We will be talking about these springtime safety rules and habits here as well to help you encourage students to follow them. 
For your calendar:  April 18 will be our next day that students do not report. 

Dr. Renee Butler, Principal

School Psychologist

"Loving parents teach their children to walk alone.  They stay far enough from them so that they cannot actually support them, but they hold out their arms to them...Thus, children walk alone with their eyes fixed on their parents' face, not on the difficulties in their way.  Children support themselves by the arms that do not hold them, and constantly strive towards the refuge in their parents' embrace, little suspecting that in the very same moment they emphasize their need of them, they are proving that they can do without it, because they are walking alone."~Quoted in "Necessary Losses" by Judith Viorst.

Dr. Ana Carmona

Technology and You Day

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technology day

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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