2015 Eustis Award Recipient
Congratualtions to Sue Noseworthy,
this year's Eustis Award recipient!
In recognition of the 53 years of combined service that Joan and Dick Eustis dedicated to teaching, coaching, and administrative capacities, SAU 16 annually recognizes a district employee who has served students with the distinction that exemplifies an SAU 16 education. Their notable and outstanding careers set a positive tone throughout the Exeter area. Together they serve as role models for educators today.
Update: 2015-16 Parent / Student Handbook Now Available
Please click here to view the newly updated Parent / Student Handbook for the 2015-16 school year.
Dear Lincoln Street School Community and Family,
On behalf of our school community, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the 2015-2016 school year. We strive to foster positive relationships to encourage an exciting and productive school year for all of our students. This handbook can be your reference to some of our policies and procedures, but face to face interaction cannot be replaced. To those new to our school community, we encourage you to participate in some of our activities and events so we can come to know each other. To those returning to our school, we hope you are able to reconnect with friends and establish new relationships with your new teachers.
We, at Lincoln Street School, are committed to working together with you to foster every student’s academic, social, and emotional growth. We do this through establishing trusting relationships and providing student centered instruction. Together, we strive to promote challenging learning experiences for our students so they can become productive members of the Twenty-First Century.
We want you all to feel at home and connect with anyone from the LSS community, including the Exeter PTO, our classroom teachers, and anyone else who may come in contact with your child at our school. Please do not hesitate to contact us.
J. Andrew Bairstow, Principal
Jan L. Smith, Assistant Principal
2015 School Librarian of the Year!
The New Hampshire School Library Media Association has the pleasure of awarding the 2015 School Librarian of the Year award to LSS librarian, Helen Burnham. This award recognizes ongoing excellence in school librarianship and leadership in the school library community, at local, regional, and/or state levels. She will be presented with the award at the NHSLMA 2015 Conference on May 15th. She will also be recognized at the 22nd Annual NH Excellence in Education Awards Celebration, also known as the “ED”ies, on Saturday, June 6.
Congratulations to Helen and LSS for this honor.
Lincoln Street School Hires J. Andrew Bairstow as New Principal
Please click here to read more info.