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    Lincoln Park School No. 44
     
    Lincoln Park School No. 44
     
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    Principal: Shalonda Garfield | Shalonda.Garfield@rcsdk12.org
    Assistant PrincipalRedell Freeman | Redell.Freeman@rcsdk12.org
    Parent Contact: Ilka Fernandez | Ilka.Fernandez1@rcsdk12.org
     
    ELT
     
    Program Information
    Start Time: 9:00 a.m.
    Dismissal Time: 3:30 p.m.
    Grade Level: PreK-6
     
    FACTS
    Uniforms Required: No
    Foreign Languages: No
    English Language Learners: Yes
    Honors/Enrichment Classes: Yes
    Early Literacy Program: Yes
    Chorus: Yes
    Band/Orchestra: Yes
    Instrumental Music Lessons: Yes
    Sports: No
    Step Teams: No
    Extended/Expanded Day: Yes
    Saturday School: No
    On-Site After-School Care: No
    Summer Programs: No
    Business/College/Faith Partnerships: Monroe Community College, SUNY Brockport, St. Mary’s Church, Baden Street Settlement, 19th Ward Association, Genesee Mental Health
     
    SCHOOL FEATURES
    • Expanded Learning Time (ELT) School: Students receive additional time for academic, social-emotional, and recreational opportunities beyond those offered during a traditional school day.

    • Emphasis on early childhood, with a three-year-old classroom, two Pre-K classes that focus on early language development.

    • Students are engaged in a well-balanced curriculum based on the Next Generation Learning Standards with a strong focus on ELA and mathematics.

    • High performing committees, such as an active and committed Comprehensive Education Team (CET), and a high-functioning School Based Planning Team (SBPT).
    • Our 25 Book Campaign has a year-end celebration, which includes both student and adult participants.
    • The PTO works closely with the staff to plan school events and celebrations, such as Movie Night, Bingo, Breakfast with Santa and many more.
    • PBIS initiative is a proactive program that addresses social-emotional behaviors and student discipline.
    • Character Education with a monthly focus on six different ethical values, including Citizenship, Trustworthiness, Caring, Respect, Responsibility, and Fairness.
    • Students and staff begin each day with a morning meeting that is made up of four sequential components: greeting, sharing, group problem-solving and morning message, which fosters a community of caring and respectful learners.