Students of Lincoln School were kept very occupied this month. Fun events included the pumpkin patch, where the children came outside to pick a pumpkin, play games and read a story. They also participated in the school’s fall planting, by planting bulbs around the front of the school, which they will see in bloom in the spring. They also participated in the very anticipated annual Halloween parade, walking proudly around the school, in front of admiring parents. Smiles were seen on everyone’s faces.
A Busy October at Lincoln School
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